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New Faculty Head

Jussi Behrndt conducts research in the field of modern analysis and on the mathematical foundations of quantum mechanics. He has been the new Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Geodesy since April.   Read more

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TU Graz Dossiers

In monthly dossiers, TU Graz makes its expertise on key topics - from sustainable construction and energy supply of the future to cryptography and cybersecurity - even more visible.

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“I just loved knowing what things are made of.”

This sentence comes from TU Graz researcher Ricardo Buzolin. The 30-year-old is actually a mechanical engineer, but switched to materials science because “every machine is made of materials”.   Read more

Planet Research

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#5: Buildings and Energy

Brian Cody is an engineer with over 30 years of experience in the analysis and design of energy efficient cities, buildings and systems.   Read more

Talk Science To Me

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Between Electrical Engineering, Ballet and the Energy Supply of the Future

She matriculated in Chinese, is a state-certified ballerina and an award-winning doctoral student at TU Graz. Carina Lehmal on her soft spot for electrical engineering and how she is involved in the expansion of renewable energies.   Read more

Face to face

Talking about ...

What language is spoken in Austria?

As a student in Austria, you will soon be confronted with the peculiarities of Austrian German. In this post, Gergő Horváth, Hungarian student at TU Graz, writes about the gap between Standard German and the Austrian variant and how to cope with it.

My name is Gergő Horváth. I am an International Student Ambassador at Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) and I have been living in Austria for the last seven years. I grew up in Hungary where we have to learn some foreign languages, such as German and English, during our school years. In my...

Talking about ...

Communications and Marketing

Barbara GIGLER
Head of Communications and Marketing
Rechbauerstraße 12/I
8010 Graz, Austria
Phone: +43 316 873 6006
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