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Prof. He Lianzhen, Vice President, International Zhejiang University and Vice Recotr Christa Schnabl, University of Vienna signing the cooperation agreement

University of Vienna and Zhejiang University sign cooperation agreement

On August 6, a delegation of Zhejiang University visited the University of Vienna. Christa Schnabl, Vice Rector for Educational Affairs, welcomed the guests from China.

08.08.2018 | [more]

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Gareth Clay

Experiences of a Visiting professor at the University of Vienna

Gareth Clay is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography at the University of Manchester, UK. In 2018 he is an Ida Pfeiffer Visiting Professor. In his blog post, he talks about re-learning German and exploring the local countryside.

07.08.2018 | [more]

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Petition for an increased EU budget for research and innovation

The Initiative for Science in Europe (ISE) has launched a petition for an increased EU budget for research and innovation. The petition is also supported by The Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities.

23.07.2018 | [more]

Videos
Robert Brünjes

Robert Brünjes explains his research

"As soon as you have answered a research question, at least three new questions arise", says environmental geoscientist Robert Brünjes in the new video series, in which young scientists are portrayed.

17.07.2018 | [more]

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Science and Society: Summer School for Public Engagement

At the Science & Society: Summer School for Public Engagement expert trainers will provide you with the practical and technical know-how of science communication and guide you through your first steps of reaching out to society.

16.07.2018 | [more]

University

Data Science Summer School @ Uni Vienna

The summer school on "Deep Learning and Visual Data Analysis" (September 3-7) brings together students, researchers and professionals to explore recent developments in the field. Apply until July 23!

13.07.2018 | [more]

Blog

Master’s programme after Bachelor

A master’s programme – yes? No? And, if yes: Which one? This decision shapes your life. Barbara Hamp from Teaching Affairs and Student Services blogs about the wide range of master’s programmes.

12.07.2018 | [more]

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