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Complexity Science Hub Vienna

Harvesting meaningful data out of large data sets – this is what the science of complex systems is about.   The Complexity Science Hub Vienna (CSH) opened in 2016 with the mission of establishing and growing the science of complex systems in Austria. The tasks of researchers are to analyse complex systems conceptually, to model them mathematically and to verify them based on data.   The increasing interconnection of people, organisations, computers and markets often comes with huge growth in the amount of data generated. Complexity researchers aim to extract sense and usefulness from these data. TU Graz is active specifically in the field of complexity research for smart production. Overview of Research Fields


  • Austrian Institute of Technology
  • Graz University of Technology
  • International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
  • Medical University of Vienna
  • Vienna University of Technology
  • Vienna University of Economics and Business

Disaster Competence Network Austria (DCNA) – Scientific Disaster Prevention Network

TU Graz and University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna are launching an initiative in the field of disaster prevention. The Disaster Competence Network Austria (DCNA) - Competence Network for Disaster Prevention was established on the basis of existing cooperation. Full members are all institutions based in Austria whose tasks include scientific security and disaster research. Associate members are those with a need, such as emergency organizations and companies. The aim of the DNCA is to transfer scientific findings into practice. This is achieved through cooperative research and educational activities carried out in cooperation with a wide range of stakeholders, as well as the provision of decision-relevant information and a mobile research infrastructure in the event of a disaster.

Fraunhofer Austria

In the field of visual computing, TU Graz carries out a number of projects in collaboration with Fraunhofer Austria Research GmbH. In these projects, basic and applied research complement each other perfectly.   In visual computing, to put it simply, researchers transfrom images into information and extract information from images. For this, they use techniques of graphical data processing, computer vision, virtual and augmented reality.

Vienna Scientific Cluster

Many fields of science need a lot of computing power, which is what the High Performance Computing Cluster of the Vienna Scientific Cluster (VSC) provides.   A high-performance computing cluster is a group of multiple networked computers. The goal of this partnership of five Austrian universities is to enhance the international competitiveness of the scientific location. Further details for TU Graz staff can be found in the Intranet TU4U: High-Performance Computers


  • Graz University of Technology
  • University of Innsbruck
  • University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna
  • University of Vienna
  • Vienna University of Technology

Continuing Education

TU Graz collaborates with other universities, research institutions and companies in order to provide the wide range of continuing education programmes and courses.