Robotics Day 2022

The Pictures from Robotics Day 2022

After a two-year break, the traditional showcase of robots finally took place again.


Summer School: UAS Technikum Wien sends five students to Silicon Valley

Five participants of the Silicon Valley Summer School can spend a month at San José State University (SJSU). In addition to a product development course, the programme also includes company visits to Apple, Intel & Co.

International Week 2022: International Get-Together with Focus on EDU@Home

The spotlight of International Week 2022 at UAS Technikum Wien in mid-May was on the further development of universities worldwide in times of the pandemic.

Robotics for Industry and Agriculture: Completion of the first Blended Intensive Program at the UAS Technikum Wien

Interdisciplinary and intercultural project work: for the first time, the UAS Technikum Wien conducted an Erasmus+ funded Blended Intensive Program together with the Finnish Lapland UAS and the Dutch Fontys UAS. The final week took place in Vienna in May.

Cooperation deepened: UASTW delegation trip to Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts

Following the visit from Lucerne in November 2021, a high-ranking delegation from UAS Technikum Wien traveled to HSLU in early May to further expand the ties between the two universities.

Head of International Office Agnes Kriz nominated by Ministry as EHEA-expert

As a member of the team of national experts for the European Higher Education Area, Agnes Kriz is also a member of the national Bologna Follow-Up Group.

Integration initiative: UASTW delegation visits HAS Ungargasse

Violeta Kaličanin, Osman Erkan Öztürk and Mahmoud Adam from the Finance Department of UAS Technikum Wien visited HAS Ungargasse as integration ambassadors.

Magnetic force as an ascent aid: Start-up tests innovative ski touring binding in Sports Technology labs

Martin Edelsbrunner is a graduate of the UAS Technikum Wien and has developed an innovative ski touring binding system that uses the power of magnets as an ascent aid. Data on how the magnetic binding works is now being collected in the sports technology labs at the University of Applied Sciences.

How do quantum computers actually work?

What is a qubit? And can quantum computers really do everything better than classical computers?  To conclude the quantum technology series in the Technikum Podcast, here are the most important facts about quantum computers at a glance.