November 2017.

LIT Lecture am 15. November 2017

Platz für Forschung!

Denkende  Autos, U-Bahnen auf Computerchips, Fingerabdrücke von Atomen - wenn Sie wissen wollen, worum es an der JKU geht, sind Sie herzlich eingeladen, an der LIT Lecture Series teilzunehmen!


"Moving data with silicon lasers" Moritz Brehm (Institute for Semiconductor and Solid-State Physics)

"Wearable Insights" Fabiola Gattringer (Institute of Education and Psychology)

"5G Secure Communications" Andreas Springer (Institute for Communications Engineering and RF-Systems)

LIT Lecture


15. November 2017


12.00 - 13.30 Uhr


Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
Altenberger Straße 69
4040 Linz


Uni-Center, Festsaal A


Moving data with silicon lasers

Silicon photonics aim to reduce the global energy consumption and increase data transfer rates in current electronic devices and data centers by using light to move data instead of electrical current. To this end, laser-sources must be directly implemented on this type of a silicon platform.

Moritz Brehm

Wearable Insights

The project explores the potential of wearable technologies designed to enrich psychological research by providing opportunities to collect less reactive “objective” data in real-life settings. Complementing survey data with behavioural or physiological data can enhance what we know about psychological constructs and help test the credibility of questionnaire-based findings.

Fabiola Gattringer

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5G Secure Communications 

Machines will make up the majority of wireless communication users in future. To ensure that these devices can operate securely and communicate, we put forth an interdisciplinary approach combining cryptographic methods with physical unique communication and location parameters.

Andreas Springer