The Johannes Kepler University has always been known for more than just engineering and has a reputation for tradition, technological creativity and accomplishment.
The Linz Institute of Technology, or simply LIT for short, brings these ideals together, becoming the place where tradition meets the future. Researchers from different departments and across faculties in the field of technology and engineering can come together and connect here. Many internationally active companies are involved, providing their support as cooperation partners in order to drive research of tomorrow.
Teaching and research go hand-in-hand at LIT. JKU scientists conduct cutting-edge research and pass their expertise on to the next generation. Students "learn by doing" and are actively involved in conducting 'the research of tomorrow'. All subject areas and departments at the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences work together here.
The LIT Robopsychology Lab was represented by Kathrin Meyer and Thomas Meneweger at the conference on networking and strengthening participation in science at Chemnitz University of Technology.
Be #curious and #courageous and discover #newterritories was the name of the game on Saturday, November 18!
Researchers at the Johannes Kepler University Linz have created a revolutionary neural network called "CLOOME".
Is plastic friend or foe? When produced and used sustainably, at the very least, plastic has the potential to be our friend.
Watch, listen, take in the whole experience! Spend an evening with the LIT Robopsychology Lab and singer-songwriter “Blonder Engel” to enjoy the premiere of the AI song and music video and talk about it with others afterwards. Refreshments and drinks included!
As part of the Farewell Symposium in honor of Professor Georg Steinbichler, we will present current academic/scientific findings as well as proposed solutions in response to the major ecological and economic challenges in the field of climate change and the circular economy, and discuss digital transformation efforts to meet key sustainability goals.
Over 20 theses by Master's degree students in the AI program at the Johannes Kepler University were presented on campus.