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Sepp Hochreiter

JKU Researcher Sepp Hochreiter receives German AI Innovation Award

WELT presented AI pioneer Sepp Hochreiter with the German AI Award in Berlin.

Thomas Lüftner, Vice President RF & Programs

United Micro Technologies: An International Start-Up Company in the Global Chip Market

Created a year ago, United Micro Technologies (United Micro) is an international start-up company with headquarters in China, Europe, and in the USA…

The 2023 ECN Conference

Linz Hosts the ECN Conference for the First Time!

As a network of 28 universities across Austria, the ECN aims to support entrepreneurial approaches at a university level.

Prof. Richard Küng

Richard Küng Receives ERC Starting Grant: An Impressive Triumph in Support of Quantum Research at the JKU

Richard Küng was presented with a START Award in the summer, and now the European Union has presented him with an ERC Starting Grant.

[Translate to Englisch:] Blauer Banner und der Titel "CALL New Courses in Teaching"

CALL - New Courses in Teaching. Funding to Support the (Further) Development of Teaching Concepts

When it comes to digital and social transformation, educational institutions bear a crucial responsibility: How do we prepare students to cope…

3 Personen stehen vor einem Fenster un schreiben auf Notizzettel die darauf kleben, Es sind ihre Rücken zu sehen

A Look Back at the PhD Summer School Program: FUTURE-PROOF RESEARCH SKILLS

The two-day, interdisciplinary workshop yielded thought-provoking discussions across the participants’ disciplines and between universities.

Biosensor; photo: JKU

JKU Research: Solar Powered, Portable Biosensor is Revolutionizing Metabolic Monitoring

A new metabolic biosensor intends to take advantage of the fact that many biomarkers can detect human sweat.

Stephan Pühringer; photo credit: Violetta Wakolbinger

Cutting-Edge Science: Two JKU Researchers Honored with START Awards

JKU researchers Richard Küng and Stephan Pühringer are recipients of the coveted START Award.

F.l.: Philipp Seidl and Johannes Schimunek , photo credit:personal

The JKU Participates in the World's Largest AI Conference

JKU PhD candidates Johannes Schimunek and Philipp Seidl took part in a conference in Rwanda.