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Rector Lukas at the 2021 Ars Electronica press conference.

Ars Electronica Festival: A New Digital Deal

The fact that digitization is changing our world is not new, but the way it is fundamentally changing what we do and how we do things is.

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Student Artificial Intelligence

The JKU’s Bachelor’s & Master’s in "Artificial Intelligence" via Distance Learning in Bregenz

Starting this fall, the JKU Center for Distance Learning will offer Artificial Intelligence (AI) - one of the JKU’s most promising programs - in...

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Professor Armando Rastelli

Quantum Cryptography: A New Method for Tap-Proof Communications

Present-day society has been built on the virtual exchange of information. When it comes to ensuring truly secure communications, quantum technology...

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Professor Oliver Brüggemann

Molecular Stamp for Plastics

A patent has now been granted in the USA for a molecular stamp developed by chemists at the JKU.

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Symbol image computer; photo credit: Pixabay

Do Computers Always Perform Correct Calculations?
 

An increasing number of circuits on increasingly smaller and smaller surfaces - can we really rely on our computers?

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The Library Quad

Fancy an Espresso? Wanted: A Tenant for a JKU Café-Bar

There’s nothing better than a decent cup o’ joe after work or class! Your concept can help make it happen.

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Quo vadis, Social Partnership? An Academic Perspective in Balancing Transitional Interests..

Proclaimed dead by some yet invoked as a pillar of the state by others: Is Austria’s social partnership at stake?

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Battery: photo credit: Shutterstock

Austrian Science Fund COMET Project Explores the Technical and Legal Challenges of Re-Purposing E-Car Batteries

As part of an Austrian Research Promotion Agency Comet project, the JKU’s LIT Law Lab is conducting research with corporate partners that include...

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Lora Ziller, photo credit: Martin Kremser (Director of Sports, Karate Austria)

A Winning Combination: Lora Ziller Balances Law Studies with Competitive Sports

Thanks to a special support program, Lora Ziller can pursue her law degree while also taking part in competitive karate.