Informatics and business informatics are young and innovative disciplines which play a central role in our modern information society. The application of these disciplines, information and communication technologies (ICT), is gradually penetrating into all areas of life and evolving at a rapid pace. The development and use of ICT is affecting not just business and administration but the personal lives of a growing number of people.
The key role of informatics calls for intensive efforts in research and teaching. The Faculty of Informatics strives to play an active role in national and international research. Its activities are guided by the principles of academic excellence, the networking of research and teaching, and by a sense of awareness for the social responsibility it has.
The faculty consits of seven institutes and the central services “Office of the Dean” and the “Coordination and Communication Center”. The major fields of studies are computer science and business informatics, which are the biggest and fourth biggest courses of study, respectively, at Vienna University of Technology. The five main research areas are Distributed and Parallel Systems, Computational Intelligence, Business Informatics, Computer Engineering, and Media Informatics and Visual Computing.
Vienna PhD School of Informatics: Call for Applications.
The Faculty of Informatics at the Vienna University of Technology invites students from all countries to apply for its Vienna PhD School of Informatics.
Fri, April 11, 2014 — News
Events and Dates
From Neanderthals to Ambient Assisted Learning. Javier Jaén. —
Javier Jaén will discuss in this seminar how technology has changed and will change education.
Mon, April 28, 2014 12:00 — TU Wien, Bibliothek 187/2 — Forschung, Vortrag
From Founder to Business Angel & Social Investor. Michael Altrichter. —
Living the entrepreneurial dream?
Tue, April 29, 2014 17:00 –19:00, s.t. — TU Wien, Zemanek-Hörsaal — Lehre, Vortrag
User Mobility Patterns. Prof. Peter Scheuermann. —
A Gold Mine for Intrusion Detection of Mobile Devices.
Wed, April 30, 2014 14:30 — TU Wien, EI 2 Pichelmayer-Hörsaal — Forschung, Vortrag
Modeling and Solving the Patient Admission Scheduling Problem. Prof. Andrea Schaerf. —
The Patient Admission Scheduling problem consists in scheduling patients within a planning horizon into hospital rooms in such a way to maximize medical treatment effectiveness, management efficiency, and patient's comfort.
Tue, May 6, 2014 17:30 — TU Wien, EI 2 Pichelmayer-Hörsaal — Forschung, Vortrag
There and Back Again. Privatdozent Dr. Arthur Zimek. —
Outlier Detection between Statistical Reasoning and Efficient Database Methods.
Thu, May 15, 2014 17:00 — TU Wien, Hörsaal 6 — Forschung, Vortrag
Lecture by Ivan Sutherland (Turing Award 1988). Ivan E. Sutherland. —
The Turing Award is recognized as the "highest distinction in Computer science" and "Nobel Prize of computing". The award is named after Alan Turing, mathematician and reader in mathematics at the University of Manchester.
Fri, May 16, 2014 16:00 –18:00 — TU Wien, Treitl Informatikhörsaal — Forschung, Vortrag
Active Fault Diagnosis for Uncertain Systems. Davide M. Raimondo. —
Component malfunctions and other faults pose a significant threat to the safety and efficiency of complex systems, such as aircrafts, power systems, and chemical plants.
Mon, May 19, 2014 16:30 — TU Wien, EI 2 Pichelmayer-Hörsaal — Forschung, Vortrag
From lab to market – will it work?. Philipp Liegl. —
Lessons learned from founding a spin-off at TU Vienna
Wed, May 21, 2014 17:00 –19:00, s.t. — TU Wien, Zemanek-Hörsaal — Lehre, Vortrag
Building Applications for the Cloud: The Wrong, the Right, the Solid Way. Prof. Frank Leymann. —
Since the advent of Cloud Computing Technology the question of how to use the cloud for moving existing applications to the cloud or how to build new applications for the cloud gets more and more pressing.
Thu, May 22, 2014 15:30 — TU Wien, EI 10 Fritz Paschke-Hörsaal — Forschung, Vortrag