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Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology - ETIT

"technology for the future"

The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at TU Wien is developing technologies of the future that also constitute the basis for digital transformation and a sustainable economy. Through global networking, they enable secure and unlimited access, in terms of time and space, to information, and ever-increasing technological support for all aspects of life, medicine and industrial production, as well as a secure supply of sustainable energy. The key technologies for this being researched in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology are micro-, nano- and quantum electronics, photonics, biomedical electronics, information and communication technology, automation and robotics, autonomous systems and artificial intelligence, actuator- sensor- and precision metrology and sustainable electric power generation and distribution systems.

The core interest of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology is to contribute towards solving the challenges of the future through academic and scientific excellence in research and teaching, to communicate methodological knowledge and detailed technical knowledge to students, to develop successful innovations in research cooperations with industry, and to provide sound scientific evidence for social discussion and decision-making processes.

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TU Wien - Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

[Translate to English:] TU Wien Campus Gußhaus

Gußhausstraße 25-29
1040 Wien

Phone: +43 1 58801 35000

dekanat.etit@tuwien.ac.at

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[Translate to English:] Ciara Burns während der Atlantik-Überquerung
Ciara Burns, Ciara Burns, a master’s student in Biomedical Engineering, rowed the Atlantic in 42 days 2 hours and 30 minutes.
For me to fulfil this dream and to be able to connect it with biomedical research at TU Wien has been incredible.