An international project led by TU Graz brings together 15 universities, companies and research institutions with the aim of training urgently needed specialists for the semiconductor industry. The EU is funding the project to the tune of 7.15 million euros.31. October 2023
Professor Tanja Brühl, President of TU Darmstadt, was elected to continue as the President of Unite! Together with the new Unite! Vice Presidents, she will be responsible for developing the strategy of Unite! further as well as overseeing and leading the governance of the alliance.11. January 2023
To close the pilot phase of the Erasmus+ project and launch the future activities, the Alliance will hold the VI Unite! Dialogue in Politecnico di Torino, with task force meetings and public plenary sessions.16. September 2022
The 5th Unite! Dialogue, "New Horizons", took place on 8-10 March, hosted by KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. The two new future partner universities TU Graz and Wroclaw University of Science and Technology presented themselves to the alliance community.17. March 2022
With March approaching, so is the 5th Unite! Dialogue, New Horizons. For the first time, the Horizon 2020 project community will also attend the Unite! Dialogue in the perspective of a further integration of all the components of the Alliancen.24. February 2022
Unite! is a network of universities from currently seven European countries, promoted within the framework of the EU’s European University Initiative. TU Graz has recently joined this high-profile alliance aiming at a new model of a trans-European inter-university campus.8. February 2022
Politecnico di Torino offers all Unite! students the possibility to do a PhD and access the scholarship programme. The offer is addressed to those students interested in pursuing their PhD in the fields of green revolution and ecological transition, renewable energies, digital transition, circular economy or sustainable mobility.