Non-EU Teaching Mobility

The University of Vienna supports short-term teaching visits (up to 90 days) by faculty members of partner universities outside Europe. Application deadline is 1 February 2015.

20.01.2015 | [more]


Ayse Caglar: Moving Movement

Istanbul, Montreal, Berlin, Florence, Budapest, and Göttingen – anthropologist Ayse Caglar has studied, lived and worked in all these cities. Now she is working on urban restructuring and migrants at the University of Vienna.

20.01.2015 | [more]


PhD positions in Marie Skłodowska-Curie Network COLLDENSE

The Marie Skłodowska-Curie European Training Network COLLDENSE, focused on soft-condensed-matter science, is seeking candidates for 15 PhD student positions at the 7 universities and 2 industrial laboratories involved. Apply now!

16.01.2015 | [more]


Breaking the wall of illusion

At the Falling Walls Conference, physicist Anton Zeilinger demonstrates how the growing knowledge of quantum physics will change the way we perceive ourselves and the reality surrounding us. Watch the video of the lecture.

11.01.2015 | [more]


Top ten science story for Gabriela Barreto Lemos and Anton Zeilinger

Discover Magazine choses the paper "Quantum imaging with undetected photons" by e.g. Gabriela Barreto Lemos and Anton Zeilinger from the University of Vienna as the top ten science story of the year 2014.

10.01.2015 | [more]

Studying & teaching

Research Grants for Young Researchers

PhD-candidates or Post-Docs can apply at their home university to make use of the partnership agreement with the University of Vienna offering the possibility to spend a one month research-stay at the University of Vienna.

08.01.2015 | [more]


The origin of the language of life

The genetic code is the universal language of life. The research team of Bojan Žagrović at the Max F. Perutz Laboratories of the University of Vienna and the Medical University of Vienna has revealed several surprising clues.

19.12.2014 | [more]

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Show us how you play and it may tell us who you are

Scientists around Alice Auersperg from the University of Vienna presented parrot species as well as crow species with the same set of toys and found out that the birds willingly brought objects into complex spatial relationships.

15.12.2014 | [more]


Hot topic: Taking the edge off the topology of ring polymers

The scientific journal “Soft Matter” has highlighted the research of the Likos Group on “Multi-blob coarse graining for ring polymer solutions” as one of the 2014 Hot Papers. It was also chosen for the December cover of the...

02.12.2014 | [more]


How do our muscles work?

Scientists led by Kristina Djinović-Carugo at the Max F. Perutz Laboratories of the University of Vienna and the Medical University of Vienna have elucidated the molecular structure of the essential muscle protein α-Actinin.

27.11.2014 | [more]


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