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Banner with text: 5th workshop on molecular communications, November 11th, 2021, 16:00-19:00 (CEST), Virtual Workshop

Virtual Workshop on Molecular Communications

Latest research results of the interdisciplinary and emerging field of molecular communications

Virtual (free registration) molecularcommunications.eu
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Bernhard Jakoby

JKU Researcher Presented with Highly Prestigious International Award in Engineering

Linz mechatronics engineer Bernhard Jakoby is now an "IEEE Fellow." Jakoby's research at Johannes Kepler University Linz in the field of mechatronics,…

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Testing device

Testing Face Mask Effectiveness Using New Methods Developed at the JKU

The face mask will most likely symbolize 2020. While face coverings are currently “the new normal” in our everyday lives, many still dispute their…

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Best Paper Award and First Place to Paul Treml at DVM2020

In September 2020 Paul Treml was given the Best Paper Award at the Symposium DVM2020 - 2020 IEEE International Conference on Dynamics and…

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Magic Darts | JKU LIT @ Ars Electronica 2020

From 09 to 13 September 2020, the ARS Electronica Festival for Art, Technology and Society took place at JKU for the first time. As part of his master…

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Tumor cell shredder

JKU Develops a Device Designed to "Shred" Tumor Cells

Simply shredding metastases in the body – something that sounds so simple could actually soon become a reality. A device developed at the JKU shears…

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Interview: How Mechanical Engineering Powers the World
 

Returning to the JKU after a professorship in Vienna, Prof. Michael Krommer talks about a new chapter in Mechatronics.

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ICMIM 2020 in Linz

Die 6th annual IEEE MTT-S International Conference on Microwaves for Intelligent Mobility will be held in Linz, Austria.

Johannes Kepler University Linz
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Nature as a Model: Lizard Airways Help JKU Researchers Create Air Filters
 

Researcher and JKU scientist Anna Stadler was inspired by studying lizards that can spend long periods under the sand without suffocating.