The Medical Engineering program

The Right Technology is Key: Real-World Practices in the Medical Engineering Program

What would hospitals be without ventilators, for example? Students enrolled in the Medical Engineering program are learning how to design medical...

From left: Blanka Šimánková Hornová, Stanislava Pachrova (College of Polytechnics Jilhava), Johannes Miesenböck (regional manager) Herta Neiß, Roman Sandgruber (JKU), Klaus Landa (Upper Austria Museum Association)

New Strategies for Museums and Tourism

An international project focuses on digitization strategies for museums and tourism.

Robert Wille (left of the roll-up) talks about the LIT OIC and his lab.

The LIT OIC Introduces the LIT Secure and Correct Systems Lab

Nine institutes are working at the LIT Secure and Correct Systems Lab to ensure that electronics are safe and working the way they are supposed to.

F.l.: Michael Haslgrübler, Bernhard Anzengruber, Michaela Murauer

Real-World Experience Counts: Smart Concepts for Solid Industries

Putting a hand to the task: Pro2Future researchers completed a welding course at Fronius.

Start of the JKU Science Holidays Program

"Interactive Science – Kick-Off for the JKU Science Holidays Program"

Starting August 3, 600 children will experience the Johannes Kepler University Linz campus as a space of interactive science.

von links: Kepler Salon Intendant Norbert Trawöger, Schriftstellerin Valerie Fritsch, Historiker und Autor Philipp Blom, Burgschauspielerin Dörte Lyssewski und JKU Rektor Meinhard Lukas

Gentle Utopia

The first Long Night of Utopia featured intricate thoughts, ethereal insight, and soothing sounds.


60 Days and Counting to the Start of the Semester

Only 60 days to the start of the new academic year. Perhaps you still have a few questions, such as: Where will I be living?

Viola Bauernfeind

JKU Researcher Presented with the Zonta Award

Viola Bauernfeind was presented with the ZONTA Award in recognition of her commitment to science/academia and to social issues.

Professor Clemens Schmitt

New Research Findings Give Lymphoma Patients a More Precise Prognosis

New findings could significantly improve the prognosis for patients newly diagnosed with "diffuse large cell B-cell lymphoma".