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JKU YOUNG COMPUTER SCIENTISTS.

Explore digital worlds, learn how computer games are created, or why cyber security is so important. Exciting workshops await, ranging from computer graphics to bioinformatics.

As part of the JKU Young Computer Scientists program, you will meet internationally renowned researchers and experts. During the workshop sessions, you not only learn from them, you also find out more about prospective careers and degree programs. 

As a JKU Young Scientist, we also offer a unique opportunity to complete a summer internship at the JKU or at a well-known IT company in Upper Austria. 

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Capacity

Max. 15

Number of Workshops

5

Sign Up

Sign up for the 2022/2023 academic year beginning 9:00 AM on October 3; registration closes on November 7 at 11:59 PM.

 

Terms of Participation

  • Those eligible to take part in the program must attend a school in Upper Austria (6th class AHS, 2nd class BHS, 10th grade on) and be interested in the field of computer science.
  • A basic understanding of programming (i.e. at school or through independent study) is a plus but not required.
  • When signing up, you will be required to complete an additional questionnaire.
  • The number of participants is limited to 15.

Workshops

The program consists of 5 workshops that provide insight into many facets of computer science. Each workshop will take place on a Friday and should be completed. The workshops will begin with a base-knowledge lecture on the subject area and then continue with a hands-on activity.

 

2021/2022 Academic Year

Topic Date Time Instructor Location
CV/Application Review November 5, 2021 3.30-5.00 PM Mag.a Maria Silwanis

Science Park 1, MT128

Kick-Off and Partner Fair

November 12, 2021 5.00-7.00 PM  

Science Park 3, HS18

Game Design, opens an external URL in a new window March 4, 2022 9.30 AM-1.00 PM Prof. Günter Wallner Science Park 3, Room 218
3D Game Programming in Unity, opens an external URL in a new window March 4, 2022 1.30-5.00 PM Dr. Markus Weninger Science Park 3, Room 218
How to simulate a traffic system on a computer?, opens an external URL in a new window March 18, 2022 1.30-5.00 PM Prof. Herbert Prähofer LIT - Open Innovation Center, Upper Level
Evereything Logical?, opens an external URL in a new window April 1, 2022 9.00 AM - 12.30 PM Prof.in Martina Seidl LIT - Open Innovation Center, Upper Level
Echo Sounder: What Bats Can Teach Us, opens an external URL in a new window April 29, 2022 1.30-5.00 PM DI Stefan Baumgartner LIT - Open Innovation Center, Upper Level
Closing Ceremony October 7, 2022 5:00 - 8:00 PM   Science Park 3, HS 18

 

2022/2023 Academic Year

Topic Date Time Instructor Location
Deadline October 3 - November 7 11.59 PM    
CV/Application Review November 18, 2022 03.30 - 5.00 PM Mag.a Maria Silwanis Science Park 1, MT128
Kick-Off and Partner Fair November 25, 2022 05.00 - 07.00 PM   Managementzentrum, HS 16
Game Design, opens an external URL in a new window March 3, 2023 09.30 AM - 01.00 PM Prof. Günter Wallner LIT Open Innovation Center, Seminarraum 1. OG
Game Programming in Unity, opens an external URL in a new window March 3, 2023 02.00 - 05.30 PM Dr. Markus Weninger LIT Open Innovation Center, Seminarraum 1. OG
Wie simuliert man ein Verkehrssystem am Computer?, opens an external URL in a new window March 10, 2023 01.30 - 05.00 PM Prof. Herbert Prähofer LIT Open Innovation Center, Seminarraum 1. OG
Echolot - Was wir von der Fledermaus lernen können, opens an external URL in a new window March 24, 2023 01.30 - 05.00 PM DI Stefan Baumgartner LIT Open Innovation Center, Seminarraum 1. OG
Alles logisch? March 31, 2023 09.00 AM - 12.30 PM Prof.in Martina Seidl LIT Open Innovation Center, Seminarraum 1. OG
Internship Summer 2023      
Closing Ceremony October 2023 tba   tba

 

Summer Internship

Those who attend at minimum of 3 out of the 5 scheduled workshops are eligible to apply for a paid summer internship at a renowned IT company in Upper Austrian during the summer of 2022. It is, however, up to the individual companies to decide which intern will be accepted. Participation in the program does not automatically guarantee an internship position.


We would like to thank our cooperation partners for supporting the JKU Young Computer Scientists program:

 

Please note!

When signing up, please indicate whether or not you are interested in a summer internship. Only then will you have an opportunity to get one!

Cooperation partners 2021/22 part 1
Cooperation partners 2021/22 part 2