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Conference Report: HL7 FHIR Developer Days

Biomedical Engineering Sciences student Mahmoud Alakraa reports from an international conference. 
Verleihung des Diversitas Preis

“Diversitas 2016”: Mitterlehner honors universities and research institutes

Science Minister Reinhold Mitterlehner presented the “Diversitas” award in Vienna for the first time on 6 December. Together with Department Head Iris Rauskala, Mr. Mitterlehner honored eight projects from Austrian universities and research institutes that are driving the topic of diversity management.  

ESN on tour: CEP conference in Pécs

Peter Alexander Eftimov's report from the Central European Platform in Pécs, Hungary.
BKA/Denise Rudolf

Assistive technology: second place at the WINTEC award

Ein Team vom Institut für Embedded Systems belegte den 2. Platz beim Preis des Sozialministeriums für Inklusion.  
International Week

First International Week at UAS TW: An enriching experience

Under the motto “Technology Connects People” (TCP), the first International Week was held at UAS Technikum Wien from May 23 – 27, 2016.  
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Blog Writing Competition "Robotics and AI"

At the beginning of summer semester 2016, a blog writing competition was arranged between the blog Robotics and AI and Lisa Nazarenko of the Department of Humanities. This competition was exclusively for students of UAS Technikum Wien. 

10 ways to have fun while studying at Harvard

Garazi Monzo Contreras from our Master’s program Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine has made a list of the top ten things to do in Boston.
Digitale Fabrik an der Fachhochschule Technikum Wien  Wien. Am Bild v.l.n.r.: Dr. Rainer Stetter (Geschäftsführer der ITQ GmbH, München), Dr. Lothar Roitner (Obmann der FH Technikum Wien, Geschäftsführer des Fachverbands der Elektro- und Elektronikindustr

UAS Technikum Wien celebrates the launch of the “digital factory"

In the past few months a unique teaching and research landscape for industry 4.0 in the field of industrial automation and robotics was created in Austria in close cooperation with leading technology producers on an international level.