With more than 200 scientific and general staff members, currently 14 research groups, the educational research center Educational Technologies and the research platform Data Science @ Uni Vienna, the Faculty of Computer Science participates in many national and international cooperation projects, together with economic and scientific partners.

In addition to working on current research topics, these cooperations also facilitate research-led teaching and the integration of advanced students into an attractive, international research climate.

The academic research at the Faculty of Computer Science is focused on the following four main research areas:

  • Graphs and Networks
  • Data Science
  • Intelligent, Distributed, and Secure Systems
  • Human-Centered Computing

 

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* PCR-tested, vaccinated or recovered (2.5 G): Participants must have been PCR-tested or vaccinated, or must have recovered from a COVID-19 infection to...

Ende September hielt Prof. Reichl im bulgarischen Kulturclub Velingrad einen Vortrag über die Entwicklungsgeschichte moderner Computer.

Simone Kriglstein now part of the SIGCHI Executive Committee and elected as Adjunct Chair for Knowledge Sharing

ACM SIGCHI is an international community of professionals interested in research, education and the practical application of human-computer interaction. It aims to enable its members to shape the way people interact with technology and to understand...

Call: Marie Jahoda Stipendium 2022 - Bewerbungen bis 28.11.2021 möglich

Mit dem Marie Jahoda-Stipendienprogramm fördert die Universität Wien hochqualifizierte Wissenschafterinnen, die ihre wissenschaftliche Laufbahn aufgrund von Pflege- und/oder Betreuungsaufgaben im familiären bzw. nahen Umfeld unterbrochen oder...

At this year's opening of the University of Vienna Photo Competition, Oliver Hödl presented his newly developed Lego MIDI piano and played a new piece composed from 16 samples by students of the LV Network-Based Communication Systems.

Im Beitrag des ORF-Magazins "Thema" werden unter anderem die Virtual Reality Simulationen gezeigt, die in einer Kooperation von Prof. Hlavacs mit der Medizinischen Uni Wien für das Projekt "Pediatric Virtual Reallity Laboratory (PedVR-Lab)" erstellt...

Oliver Hödl stellt im Sparkling Science Podcast sein Projekt "Sparkling Instruments" vor: Schüler*innen wurden auf spielerische Weise für MINT-Fächer begeistert, in dem sie selbst digitale Musikinstrumente bauen und diese in einem abschließenden...

On June 22, 2021, Austria's highest endowed science prizes were awarded: Prof. Dr. Monika Henzinger is the 2021 Wittgenstein Laureate. The Faculty of Computer Science extends its warmest congratulations. (Photo credit: FWF/Daniel Novotny)

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