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LIT Open Innovation Center.

The co-working space at the JKU campus pools expertise and skillsets found in academia and in the business community, creating an ecosystem to support cutting-edge technologies, innovation and entrepreneurship.

Located in the 8,000 m2 of open office space, the transdisciplinary research labs and companies, opens an external URL in a new window at the LIT OIC are united by a common focus on technological innovation and how to apply findings to real-world applications.

Constructed in 2019, the contemporary building is a place to conduct research and development in the fields of Artificial Intelligence, Robot Intelligence, IT Security, Information Electronics, and Industry 4.0.

Together with the LIT Factory, the LIT OIC is an open platform designed to not only conduct research into the potential of advancing digitalization, but also create cross-industry solutions and manufacture innovative products.

Address

Altenberger Straße 69
4040 Linz

Office Hours

MON-THURS: 9.00 AM-3.00 PM
 

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News

News 19.09.2022

ELLIS DOCTORAL SYMPOSIUM

AI for Good - The ELLIS Unit Linz is proud to announce the 2nd ELLIS Doctoral Symposium. The conference will take place between September 19 - 23, 2022.

News 27.06.2022

JKU Researcher Presented with a Venia Legendi/Habilitation Certificate

Vice-Rector Christopher Lindinger presented Günter Klambauer with his venia legendi/habilitation certificate.

„The LIT Open Innovation Center supports hands-on, real-world projects from the very start; this not only enables knowledge transfer but also benefits everyone involved.“
Markus Huber-Lindinger - EREMA

OIC Community Highlights from the Past Year