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Overview: Media Service

The Media Service page contains press releases on current developments involving TU Graz as well as facts and figures and image material in print quality. The Media Service team is the central contact point for journalists, arranges contacts with interview subjects and supports members of TU Graz in their publicity work.
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A Longer Life for Organic Solar Cells

Photovoltaic cells made of organic materials are light and flexible, which is why they are considered very promising. An international research network led by TU Graz is now aiming to increase the stability of the materials.

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Barbara GIGLER
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Philipp JARKE
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currently on maternity leave

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Pioneering research links the increase of misinformation shared by Republican US politicians to a novel perception of honesty

Researchers led by TU Graz unravelled a shift in the way US politicians communicate on social media, which helps explain the proliferation of untrustworthy information.

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ERC Starting Grant for TU Graz Researcher Sonja Wogrin: Innovative Data Aggregation for Decarbonised Power Systems

The aggregation of data for modelling highly complex power systems leads to inaccuracies. With her ERC project, Sonja Wogrin wants to change this and make the planning of future energy systems much more efficient.

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Space weather and satellite security: TU Graz and the University of Graz supply new forecasting service for the ESA's Space Safety Programme

The effects of solar storms on the Earth's atmosphere can cause satellites to crash. To prevent this from happening, the European Space Agency (ESA) is now using SODA, a forecasting service developed in Graz.

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AI Designs Sustainable Electricity Storage at TU Graz

Based on the vanillin made usable for electricity storage in 2020, an AI-optimised prototype of an environmentally friendly electricity storage system is now being developed in an international project.

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On-off switch for enzymes

Researchers at TU Graz have gained new insights into the functioning of a protein found in bacteria, whose enzymatic activity is activated by blue light.

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New CPU security loophole: Analysis of energy consumption allows data theft

Researchers at TU Graz and the Helmholtz Center for Information Security have discovered a novel security gap in all common CPUs that can hardly be mitigated.

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Sergio Amancio Receives 2023 Yoshiaki Arata Award

The TU Graz researcher was recognised for his scientific achievements in science and technology of welding and joining with one of the world’s most relevant awards in this field.

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On the Trail of Landslides and Rockfalls: TU Graz Measurement Method Uses Existing Fibre Optic Lines

By changes in the wavelength of light pulses in fibre optic cables, researchers at TU Graz can measure where rockfalls, landslides, fires and earthquakes are taking place.

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TU Graz Takes over Presidency of TU Austria

On 1 July, TU Vienna Rector Sabine Seidler handed over the rotational presidency of TU Austria to TU Graz Rector Harald Kainz. In the autumn, a new election of the presidium will take place due to new rectors.

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