Kayo Inaba and Jean Robert Tyran

Kyoto University: Joint Workshop on Research Cooperation

From September 6 to 7 of 2018, representatives of Kyoto University and the University of Vienna gathered for a joint workshop to discuss current academic ties and intensify future research cooperation.

11.09.2018 | [more]

Left to right: Ruoting Peng, Thorsten Hüffer, Benny Chefetz, Thilo Hofmann, Tamara Polubesova, Marina Karpov, Stephanie Castan.

Joint seminar on microplastic

Researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Department of Environmental Geosciences discussed possible interactions between microplastic and pollutants in sewage sludge, which is used as agricultural fertilizer.

03.09.2018 | [more]


The new registration system

As of now, there are changes in the registration system for examinations and courses. Marlene Brugger from Teaching Affairs and Student Services explains everything you need to know in a blog post.

03.09.2018 | [more]


Workshop on Earth Observation with Chinese Satellite Systems

On 11 June 2018, the first workshop on Earth Observation with Chinese Satellite Systems was held in the Aula of the Campus of the University of Vienna.

31.08.2018 | [more]


My experience at univie: summer school 2018

Mariam took part at the univie: summer school for International and European Studies 2018 in Strobl. In this blog post she tells you about the courses, free time activities and her personal highlights.

30.08.2018 | [more]


Everything you need to know about ORCID

Many academics around the world already use it – the ORCID iD. It is a code to clearly identify academic authors. Since June 2018, the University of Vienna has been a member institution of ORCID.

29.08.2018 | [more]


Remote islands harbour higher numbers of non-native species

The effects of island remoteness from the mainland on the number of species found on islands differs strongly for non-native compared to native species. A research team led by Dietmar Moser, Bernd Lenzner and Franz Essl found out.

28.08.2018 | [more]


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