Information Technology

Here you can find a summary of innovations in the fields of information and data processing and up-to-date developments on IT equipment and hardware.

This area covers topics such as IT services, IT architectures, IT management and telecommunications.

Autonomous underwater maintenance

Project consortium presents powerful IT infrastructure for innovative dual-arm AUV. Autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs), operated and controlled by artificial intelligence (AI) methods, inspect, maintain, and repair offshore installations underwater. A…

Aircraft in radio contact

TU Graz develops simulation tools for transponder occupancy. The simulation tool developed at the Institute of Microwave and Photonic Engineering shows the site-specific transponder occupancy caused by radar interrogations in…

Into the vortex

TACC supercomputers help scientists probe vortices and turbulence. The subject of vortices might seem esoteric. But their impact does make headlines, as seen recently in an outbreak of tornadoes, swirling…

How robots learn to hike

Steep sections on slippery ground, high steps, scree and forest trails full of roots: the path up the 1,098-​metre-high Mount Etzel at the southern end of Lake Zurich is peppered…

Towards compact quantum computers thanks to topology

Researchers at PSI have compared the electron distribution below the oxide layer of two semiconductors. The investigation is part of an effort to develop particularly stable quantum bits –and thus,…

Intensive care patients speak with their eyes

The study, which received the International Paper Award 2021 of the “American Association for the Surgery of Trauma”, was published online in the Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery…

New AI navigation prevents crashes

Collision-avoidance system gets us closer to robots that can fix satellites or spacecraft in orbit. What do you call a broken satellite? Today, it’s a multimillion-dollar piece of dangerous space…

Robotics technology to service satellites, build structures in orbit

There are 6,500 satellites in orbit, but only about half of them are functional. Once a satellite breaks down or runs out of fuel, it is essentially useless. Repairs, maintenance…

New qubits bring us one step closer to quantum networks

Chromium defects in silicon carbide may provide a new platform for quantum information. The Science Quantum computers may be able to solve science problems that are impossible for today’s fastest conventional…

Form follows function

University of Göttingen computational neuroscientist receives ERC starting grant of 1.5 million euros. The computational neuroscientist Professor Alexander Ecker from the University of Göttingen and the Max Planck Institute for…

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