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LIT Calls.

Zur Förderung von Spitzenforschung erfolgt zweimal jährlich durch das LIT ein „Call for Proposals“. Projekte können in verschiedenen Projektkategorien eingereicht werden. 

Zusätzlich gibt es Sonder-Calls, mit spezieller Zielsetzung.

Derzeit sind keine Calls offen.

Abgeschlossene Calls.

8. Call, Einreichfrist: 20. November 2019

Anträge in Vorbereitung zur GutachterInnennominierung durch den FWF

7. Call, Einreichfrist: 29. April 2019

Projektanträge derzeit in Bearbeitung durch das JKU interne Expertenteam

6. Call, Einreichfrist 12. November 2018

Genehmigte Projekte: 

  • Günter Klambauer: Self-normalizing networks as enabler of functional modularity in large AI systems / AI-SNN
  • Sudip Poddar: Development of design automation methods for sample preparation on two-phase droplet microfluidic labs-on-chips
  • Armando Rastelli: Entanglement-based quantum key distribution with on-demand photons generated by semiconductor quantum dots
  • Theresa Roland: Human motion sensor system for daily life and analysis ba means of AI

5. Call, Einreichfrist 23. April 2018

Genehmigte Projekte:

  • Isabella Derler: Novel control of calcium entry via light-sensitive unnatural amino acids
  • Andreas Gruber: Brain aneurysm demonstrator
  • Georg Reischauer: Ecosystem response strategies

 

4. Call, Einreichfrist: 13. November 2017

Genehmigte Projekte:

  • Oliver Brüggemann: Chameleomers: Chameleon inspired bio-molecule-responsive structures for detection of wound healing progresses and abnormalities
  • Werner G. Müller: Exchange methods for constrained experimental design
  • Thomas Renger: Towards a multiscale simulation scheme for organic solar cells
  • Jürgen Schöftner: Refined beam models based on the boley method
  • Philipp Stadler: Conductive biopolymer carbonate reduction
  • Ioannis Toulopoulos: Numerical Simulation of incompressible Non-Newtonian flows modeled by power-law Navier-Strokes systems
  • Rudolf Winter-Ebmer: Digitalisation and routine jobs: Unemployment experience and job search
  • Yuriy Zakharko: Nanocavity-coupled carbon nanotubes for quantum photonics

 

 

3. Call, Einreichfrist: 14. April 2017

Genehmigte Projekte:

  • Judith Igelsböck: Upper Austrian Innovation Scripts
  • Günter Klambauer: Deep Learning for in-silicio Toxicogenetics testing
  • Thomas A. Klar: Sted Photochemistry
  • Georg Kofler: Digitalization and Law: The LIT Digitized Village
  • Andreas Müller: Exoskeletal Robotic Systems
  • Stefan Pirker: Recurrence CFD Simulation of Linz/Westring pollutant dispersion 

2. Call, Einreichfrist: 17. Oktober 2016

Genehmigte Projekte:

  • Armin Biere: Logic Technology for computer science Education
  • Oliver Bimber: Towards a Flexible, Scale, and Transparent Thin-Film Camera
  • Karin Bruckmüller: Autonomous Driving in Austria – Preconditions by, and a challenge for Criminal Law
  • Alexander Egyed: Collaborative Engineering in a Multi-Tool Environment
  • Ingrid Graz: From multi-material additive manufacturing of dampers to tailored viscoelastic dissipation
  • Kurt Hingerl: Harmonium
  • Clemens Hofreither: Fast multigrid solvers for Advanced Discretization Techniques in Isogeometric Analysis
  • Astrid Pechstein: Mixed finite elements for smart materials and structures
  • Yolanda Salinas: Degradable hybrid organosilica phosphazene mesoporous nanoparticles for nanomedicine 
  • Gabriela Slavcheva: Cavity-assisted non-classical light states generation with quantu mdots for integrated quantum photonics
  • Irene Tiemann-Boege: Discovery of new Mutations with Ultra-Sensitive Sequencing  

1. Call, Einreichfrist: 15. Juni 2016

Genehmigte Projekte:

  • Bernad Batinic: Wearable Insights: The Potential of Tracking Technology to Enrich Psychological Research
  • Moritz Brehm: Electrically Driven Ge Quantum Dot Lasers towards On-Chip Applications
  • Andreas Ebner: Role of Cell Membrane Associated Hsp70 in Cancer Cell Adhesion and Metastasis
  • Bernhard Etzlinger: 5G Secure Communications in Industrial Production Environments
  • Sepp Hochreiter: Long Short-Term Memory For Self-Driving Cars
  • Martin Kaltenbrunner: Career Accelerator Project Soft Electronics Laboratory SEL
  • Nicole Kronberger: Neuroenhancement in Everyday Life
  • Thomas Lichtenegger: Recurrence CFD – A Novel, Extremely Fast Simulation Technique for Complex Multiphase Flows
  • Stefan Müllegger: Single-Atom Radio Frequency Fingerprinting 
  • Alexandru Paler: Complete Control Software for Reliable Quantum Computers
  • Armando Rastelli: Scalable and Fully Tunable Quantum Dots for Quantum Technologies
  • Milan Stehlik: Modeling Complex Dependencies: How to Make Strategic Multi-Criterial Decisions
  • Thomas Voglhuber-Brunnmaier / Erwin Reichel: Sensing Arthritis with Integrated Novel Tools