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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.

The Researchly Team

Two JKU Start-Up Companies Nominated for 2023 Danube Cup

The Johannes Kepler University Linz is sending two of its most promising student start-up companies to compete in the 2023 Danube Cup.

Frau mit Mikrofon in der Hand vor großer Leinwand

The 2023 Austrian Citizen Science Conference

The ÖCSK was hosted at JKU on April 19 + 20, 2023 and we were present with our project "How to explain AI?".

Frau am Rednerpult vor einer Projektionswand, darauf zu sehen eine Fotocollage einer Ausstellung

Conference on Public Communication of Science and Technology

Kathrin Meyer is at the PCST in Rotterdam, to talk about "Communicating AI (and the public myths about it) in an interactive exhibition".


Winner of the AI School of the Year at JKU Linz's AI Program

As part of the Federal Competition for Artificial Intelligence, or BWKI, which was organized by the Austrian Society for Artificial Intelligence…


OIC Onboarding

An ideal way to welcome new members to the LIT Open Innovation Center.

[Translate to Englisch:] Idea Hour

Idea Hour: Lessons Learned After Starting a Company

Dominic Girardi about his lessons learned during datavisyn's entrepreneurial journey.

The Challenge participants; Photo credit: Fotosisa

The Student Plastics Challenge - 9 Hours of Innovative CSR

By holding a student challenge, the LIT OIC and "Teach for Austria" sought to draw attention to the importance of sustainability.


ELLIS research programs: Two new proposals accepted

Great news! We are excited to announce that the proposals ‘Machine Learning for
Molecule Discovery’ and ‘Learning for Graphics and Vision’ have been…