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Martina Mara

Can We Ask... Why do Alexa, Siri & Co. have Female Voices?

We’re young, so we can: Gregor has asked our researchers to answer some of your questions!

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Ein mobiler Industrieroboter und eine Frau stehen inmitten einer projizierten Unterwasser-Korallenhöhle.

CoBot Studio: Clean-Up – Deep Space Edition

The LIT Robopsychology Lab's next study is hosted in a fascinating underwater scenario at the Deep Space 8K in the Ars Electronica Center Linz.

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Leuphana University

LOST Workshop at Leuphana University Lüneburg

On March 31st and April 1st, Laura Thäter participated in the workshop of the LOST (Leuphana Organizastion Studies) group at the Leuphana University…

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The LIT OIC Introduces Itself: The Digital Marketing & Social Media Research Group

We spoke with members of the Digital Marketing & Social Media research group to learn more about their research and why teaching is so important.

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Laptops for students from Ukraine

Supporting displaced students in Linz

Dynatrace donates notebooks to students from Ukraine

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Richard Küng

Can We Ask... Would It Make Sense to Turn High Beams Up to the Speed of Light?

We’re young, so we can: Gregor has asked our researchers to answer some of your questions!

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F.l.: Hans-Peter Pichler, Patrick Haidinger

The LIT OIC Introduces Itself: FiveSquare

We spoke with Hans-Peter Pichler and Patrick Haidinger about why they decided to set up their company, FiveSquare, at the LIT OIC.

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JKU professors as mentors at "Linz hACkT

The city of Linz is hosting a Hackathon/Makerthon, opens an external URL in a new window from March 11 - 13, 2022. All interested parties are invited to spend this weekend working together…

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11. Call for Proposals at the LIT

Projects for the LIT Call 11 may be submitted until May 2nd.