News.

News
Die ersten Medizin-Absolvent*innen

The First Faculty of Medicine Graduates: The JKU Congratulates its Graduates with Special Gifts and Virtual Commendations
 

Approximately 35 students in the Faculty of Medicine’s first class experienced 2020 not only as the year of a global pandemic, but also the year they...

News
Bernhard Jakoby

JKU Researcher Presented with Highly Prestigious International Award in Engineering

Linz mechatronics engineer Bernhard Jakoby is now an "IEEE Fellow." Jakoby's research at Johannes Kepler University Linz in the field of mechatronics,...

News
Siegmar Lengauer

"Worthless Life" - The Courts during the Second Republic and the NS Euthanasia Program

A new study at the JKU aims to focus on a particularly important topic: The prosecution of perpetrators who carried out the Nazi’s euthanasia program.

News
Professor Luca Gerardo-Giorda

The New Faces at the TN Faculty

The Faculty of Engineering & Natural Sciences is pleased to welcome eleven new professors to the JKU. Today we spoke with Luca Gerardo-Giorda.

News
VWL Symbolbild

Awards for Business Publications
 

The Institute of Economics covered a wide range of topics in 2020. The most outstanding papers were presented with awards.

News
Daniel Canena

Close Encounters with Viruses: New Technology Aims to Make Europe a Superpower in Microscopy

Advanced microscopy methods focus on the nanometer range (1 nm = 1 millionth of a millimeter). As a comparison, a virus is between 30 and 50...

News
Symbolbild Coronavirus; Credit: Pixabay

New Model to Predict the Progression of Covid-19 Could Ease Healthcare System Burden

A new mathematical model aims at reliably identifying patients who are at a lower risk of deterioration due to Covid-19.

News
Professor Michael Krommer

The New Faces at the TN Faculty

The Faculty of Engineering & Natural Sciences is pleased to welcome eleven new professors to the JKU. Today we spoke with Michael Krommer.

News
Testing device

Testing Face Mask Effectiveness Using New Methods Developed at the JKU

The face mask will most likely symbolize 2020. While face coverings are currently “the new normal” in our everyday lives, many still dispute their...