Studying remotely

Teaching at the University of Vienna will take place in the form of remote learning for the entire summer semester. We are working on solutions for courses that absolutely require attendance as well as for necessary written exams.

02.07.2020 | [more]


Remote learning until 30 June 2020

Teaching at the University of Vienna will take place in the form of remote learning for the entire summer semester 2020. Here you'll find information for (prospective) students, teachers and other employees.

02.07.2020 | [more]

The left panel shows a micrograph of a 50 nm wide YIG waveguide. The antenna allows for the excitation of spin waves which then propagate along the stripe. The right panel shows a zoomed in section of the waveguide and compares its size to the one of the corona virus.

Magnonic nano-fibers opens the way towards new type of computers

Magnetism offers new ways to create more powerful and energy-efficient computers. A joint team reports a critical advancement in the field of ultralow power computation.

02.07.2020 | [more]

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ShanghaiRanking: TOP 100 in five subjects

Shanghai Ranking - The University of Vienna is among the TOP 100 in five subjects and among the TOP 50 in two subjects: Communication 14, Mathematics 36, Ecology 51-75, Athmosperic Sciences 76-100, Political Sciences 76-100.

29.06.2020 | [more]

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Open PhD positions

Currently a number of PhD positions are available in the area of History and Cultural Studies, Mathematics, Physics and Social Sciences.

24.06.2020 | [more]

Schematic of the photonic quantum simulation of delocalized chemical bonds.

Bright future for a quantum simulator

EPIQUS, to which Philip Walther of the University of Vienna is a consortium member, is a project funded by the European Commission that aims to develop a chip-scale quantum simulator that is based on integrated photonics.

23.06.2020 | [more]

Far-right activists often organise events such as hikes, festivals or summer camps.

The Appeal of Far-Right Politics

Why do "ordinary" citizens join far-right organisations? Agnieszka Pasieka explores how far-right groups offer social services, organise festivals and shape their own narrative to attract new members.

19.06.2020 | [more]


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