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To date, financial support for 43 studies.

4th Call for the Linz Clinician Scientist Program

The program has financially supported 43 research projects and studies to date and will now open a new call..

SPAR at the JKU MED Campus; Photo credit: SPAR

Services at the JKU MED Campus

Run errands – big and small – at the new SPAR grocery store located right at the MED Campus, as well as at the main JKU campus..

F.l.: Prof. Eichlseder, Lukas Killingseder, Mag. A. Gaggl, Dean Prof. Haas

Awards Presented to JKU Master’s Thesis

Two junior JKU researchers were presented with awards in recognition of their valuable contribution to the automotive industry.

F.l.: Pernsteiner, Augendopler, Honeder, Feldbauer-Durstmüller, Wolf, Brunner-Kirchmair, Hiebl

Study Focusing on "Business and Religion"

An event organized by the Business School focused on initial findings in regard to "Religious and Secular Values at Family-Owned Firms and Managerial…

F.l.: Isabella Derler, Alberta Bonanni

Isabella Derler Receives Venia Legendi/Habilitation Certificate


Vice-Rector Alberta Bonanni presented biophysicist Isabella Derler with her venia legend/habilitation certificate.

Impressions from the Aorta Symposium

Update Aorta: The Latest from the University Aortic Center Linz

The recent symposium focused on innovative technologies at the JKU medSPACE as well as new approaches to aortic treatment.

Impressions from the opening ceremony of the Kurt Rothschild School of Economics and Statistics

The Kurt Rothschild School of Economics and Statistics Opens Its Doors at the JKU

The new JKU School officially opened and featured an inspiring presentation by Prof. Michèle Tertilt (University of Mannheim)

Honeder at the MED Campus, Photo credit: Maybach

Services at the JKU MED Campus

Regardless of whether you're a doctor, guest or a patient - sometimes it's just time for a coffee break.

Professor Widmer and his piano

Wittgenstein Award Winner Gerhard Widmer Presented with an Additional Prestigious Award

Widmer's work in AI and music was selected as the 2021 Falling Walls ‘Science Breakthrough of the Year’.