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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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Security Vulnerability in Browser Interface Allows Computer Access via Graphics Card

Researchers at TU Graz were successful with three different side-channel attacks on graphics cards via the WebGPU browser interface. The attacks were fast enough to succeed during normal surfing behaviour.

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Media Service

Barbara GIGLER
Press officer
Phone: +43 316 873 6006
Mobile: +43 664 60 873 6006

Phone: +43 316 873 6066
Mobile: +43 664 60 873 6066

Philipp JARKE
Phone: +43 316 873 4566
Mobile: +43 664 60 873 4566

currently on maternity leave


Novel UV Broadband Spectrometer Revolutionises Air Pollutant Analysis

The laser-based technology developed at TU Graz enables the continual real-time analysis of air pollutants and their interaction with other gases and sunlight.

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TU Graz Provides Water Planning Tool with Future Forecasts up to 2055

When water suppliers are faced with the question of how well their systems are prepared for future developments such as climate change and population growth, they now have an answer.

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A child's hand grips a bicycle handlebar. In front of it is a green brake lever

Bicycle Handlebars as a Risk of Injury

TU Graz and the “Große schützen Kleine” association have investigated abdominal injuries in children following bicycle accidents as part of a Master’s thesis. Result? The design of the handlebars makes a big difference.

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New Method for Analysing Nanoporous Materials

Using only a single electron microscope image, researchers at TU Graz can determine the type and exact position of so-called guest atoms in high-tech materials. They also come closer to solving the mystery of the blue colour of aquamarine.

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A number of children and two men are standing around a wooden board above which hangs a dummy head wearing a bicycle helmet.

Even More Space to Explore and Discover: TU Graz Opens New MINKT Open-Air Laboratory

With its MINKT laboratory, TU Graz offers children and young people a programme that is unique in Austria. Now there is even more space for experimentation. Under the motto “Power Station Earth”, stations on renewable energies, climate protection and sustainable urban development await in the new…

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Eight men smile into the camera. The man on the far left and the far right wear festive robes, the six men in the middle hold red document rolls.

Sub Auspiciis Doctorates for Six Academics in Graz

Two computer scientists, two mathematicians and a physicist from TU Graz and a philologist from the University of Graz received their doctorates on 15 March 2024 in a joint ceremony in the auditorium of the Old University of Graz under the auspices of the Federal President.

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[Translate to Englisch:] Screenshot of a computer game in which the character is guided through the level along a red line

Accessible Computer Games: Game Lab at TU Graz provides accessibility toolkit for game engine Unity

This makes it easier for game developers to implement game aids for people with disabilities. The toolkit focuses on players with visual impairments.

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Mystery of Curling Paper Solved

Paper printed on one side starts to curl with a delay of up to a few days. Researchers at TU Graz have discovered that this is due to solvents in the ink that over time migrate towards the unprinted side of the paper.

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TU Graz Develops Digital Twin for Flexible Parcel Postage

Non-rigid postal items with flexible packaging – such as poly bags – pose problems for logistics companies during automatic sorting. Thanks to modern simulation methods, there is now a widely applicable solution.

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