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Colloquia for our Professorship in Biomedical Imaging

22 - 25 February, WebEx
It is a pleasure to invite you to the colloquium for our Professorship in Biomedical Imaging. The public part will be (among other topics) a short educational presentation at Bachelor‘s level 2rd year in Biomedical Engineering on topic Fundamentals of Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

Be part of the Gründungsgarage Vol. XVI.

Are you ready to change the world of tomorrow? Then now is your time. Become part of the Accelerator Program and spend a semester in intensive workshops and individual coaching sessions with mentors who will support you in your business idea. Apply now!


Grazer Linuxtage: Digital event for free soft- and hardware

In workshops and talks various topics related to free/open source software and open hardware platforms will be discussed!
Want to present a project? Become a speaker!
Want to help? Become an angel!
Interested? Join!


Vacation job program „T³UG – Teens treffen Technik“

For employees at our institute there is the possibility to inspire vacationers for natural sciences and technology. Students aged 15 and older can apply for vacation jobs at the FIT Info Day.


Faculty News

Styrian robotics specialist is bought up by US group Verizon

Due to the coronavirus, doctors are not only researching vaccines, but also treatment methods. Researchers face a particular challenge: the incredible amount of data. Therefore, our Know-Center shall help to find ways for data exchange. Companies should also be able to benefit from this development.


More privacy for using WhatsApp and Co.

Two of our cryptography experts Daniel Kales and Christian Rechberger developed, together with their colleagues at Darmstadt University of Technology, privacy-protecting security software for mobile messenger services. "ContactGuard" was awarded the 8th German IT Security Award 2020.

Jobs, Grants, Open Calls

Academic Staff

Project position in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) education for young people and the general public at the Institute for Software Technology
Apply until March 15, 2021

PhD / Postdoc position for Research on Interpretable Deep Learning and Brain Modelling at the Institute of Theoretical Computer Science.
Apply now! Project running until March 2023.


Theses and Projects

Bachelor's Thesis / Master's Project in Machine Learning and Neuromorphic Computing at the Institute of Theoretical Computer Science.
Start: as soon as possible!


Grants, Open Calls

Science Park Start-up Idea Competition
Every year Science Park Graz organises the Start-up Idea Competition to inspire and encourage entrepreneurs of all ages and backgrounds to realize their dreams. This is your opportunity to release the potential of your idea and be in for the chance of winning a cash prize of €2,000 in one of six categories. Deadline: February 28, 2021.

Women's STEM Award 2021
For the eighth time, Deutsche Telekom praises the Women's STEM Award. STEM graduates from all over the world can submit their thesis with focus on one of the strategic growth areas: Cloud, Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security and Networks of the Future. The best thesis will be awarded 3,000 euros. In addition, each innovative topic will be awarded 500 euros. Your bachelor or master thesis is (almost) completed? You studied a STEM subject (Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics)? Perfect. Apply until March 14, 2021 with your thesis and convince the jury!

Promotion Award 2021 of the Forum Technology and Society for dissertations and master theses
Briefly argue (3000 characters) why your dissertation or master thesis is or can be important for society. Send your arguments and convince the competent jury. Deadline: March 15, 2021

Doctoral Examinations

Info: Candidates can take the final examination (presentation and oral exam) online via video conference call (e.g. Webex) if all parties involved agree. The requirement of publicity can be ensured as follows: Candidates may distribute the meeting link; requests to participate in the video exam can also be sent by e-mail to the chairperson of the exam commission.

Maria Catarina Lopes Dias – Continuous Detection of Errors using Electroencephalography
04 March, 15:00, WebEx

Johannes Konrad Strasser – tba
18 March, 11:00, WebEx




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