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Engineering & Natural Sciences:

Chemistry & Polymer Engineering Technologies

Course No.

Title

Course Description

Instructor

Length

Capacity

7

Invisible Helpers: Functional Polymers and Their Role in the Quality of Everyday Life in the 21st Century

The presentation takes a look at functional polymers that have become indispensable in our daily lives and often used without thinking much about them: in cosmetics, detergents, filtering, as well as in medicines and implants.

Univ. Prof. Dr. Oliver Brüggemann

90 min.

12 Persons

8

Plastics - Designed Smartly and Manufactured Quickly

Computer-aided design and 3D visualization, rapid prototyping using various methods. School students can design funny and interesting components and print them out.

Univ. Prof. Dr. Zoltan Major

10-40 min. (variable)

30 Persons

9

Experience Polymers - Why Do We Even Need Plastic?

Why do we need plastics and polymers and how are plastic parts for smartphones, flat screens, electric cars and medical technology made?

Univ. Prof. Dr. Georg Steinbichler

90 min.

50 Persons

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Mathematics

Course No.

Title

Course Description

Instructor

Length

Capacity

10

GeoGebra - Behind the Scenes of Dynamic Mathematics

GeoGebra is free mathematics software that was developed at the JKU and is now used by millions of students all over the world. This presentation provides a behind-the-scenes look of this international project in which hundreds of volunteers work together online. There will also be a demonstration of the interactive material and the latest developments in 3D and tablet versions.

Univ. Prof. Dr. Markus Hohenwarter

60 min.

60 Persons

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Mechatronics

Course No.

Title

Course Description

Instructor

Length

Capacity

11

The Art of Lightweight Construction

When is it important to use lightweight construction? In planes and rockets, of course, so that they can take off. And cars: heavier cars need more fuel and that is environmentally damaging. Bridges also need to be light as they not only bear the weight of motor vehicles, they have to bear their own weight. This presentation looks at the principles of lightweight construction. Students also get to try their hand at building a lightweight structure that must pass a stress test.

Univ. Prof. Dr. Martin Schagerl

90 min.

Unlimited

12

Pioneers in Space - From Johannes Kepler to James T. Kirk

Johannes Kepler discovered that planets revolve around the sun, thereby laying the foundation for modern space travel as artificial celestial bodies follow the same laws. Isaac Newton explained the forces that lead to these movements. Over the centuries, science and research culminated in putting a man on the moon on July 20, 1969. Now what? In 200 years will there really be a James T Kirk taking the Enterprise to boldly go where no man has gone before?

Univ. Prof. Dr. Martin Schagerl

90 min.

Unlimited

13

Mobile Communication and Wireless Sensor Networks - Mobile Phones and Mechatronics?

We use mobile communication technology every day by just making a call using our mobile phone. Why is this technology used in factories and machines in only isolated cases? The presentation provides answers by looking at the research being conducted now.

Univ. Prof. Dr. Andreas Springer

15-45 min.

50 Persons

14

Mobile Communications, Mobile Phones, and Co.

How does it work and what is there to research? We use mobile communication technology every day by just making a call using our mobile phone. The presentation explains a mobile phone's basic function and the problems and issues researchers are currently addressing.

Univ. Prof. Dr. Andreas Springer

15-45 min.

50 Persons

15

Microsystems Technology: The Crazy World of Miniarization

Modern manufacturing technologies allow us to create tiny systems combining mechanical, electronic, and additional functions - so-called microsystems. These are part of larger systems found in cars, for example (crash dectectors, airbag release).

Univ. Prof. Dr. Bernhard Jakoby

15-45 min.

50 Persons

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Computer Science

Course No.

Title

Course Description

Instructor

Length

Capacity

16

Pervasive Computing: The Best Computers are the Ones We Can't See!

The presentation focuses on the latest developments in Pervasive Computing in which computers are a part of our daily lives but 'hidden' in everyday objects such as glasses, belts, and clothing.

Univ. Prof. Dr. Alois Ferscha

60 min.

Unlimited

17

Visual Computing - The Four-Dimensional Future of Intelligent Cameras, Displays, etc...

The future of monitor screens and camera technologies has already begun - and they are four-dimensional! Cameras of the future can measure light coming from different angles. In the future, the pixels on screens will be able to produce different light components for different beam angles. The result: 3D images! The presentation focuses on future display screens, how images will be captured, and lighting technologies.

Univ. Prof. Dr. Oliver Bimber

60 min.

Unlimited

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