There are many exciting job opportunities for women in the field of geodesy and geoinformation. Hence, the Department for Geodesy and Geoinformation would like to encourage female students and researchers to consider a career in this field. If you have ideas or questions regarding this topic, please contact us.

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Irene Himmelbauer is awarded the 2023 Outstanding Student and PhD candidate Presentation (OSPP) Award of the European Geosciences Union (EGU).

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Swarnalee Mazumder was awarded the 2023 Women4Geo scholarship of the Research Unit Remote Sensing and worked on "Forecasting Heatwaves in Central…

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Female students statistics

The following charts were updated in August 2023 (data source: TISS) to give an overview of the percentage of female students in geodesy at TU Wien in comparison to the overall situation at our university. Please note that due to the relatively small number of total students in our field, the yearly variation is quite high.

Diagram showing the percentages of female beginners for geodesy studies in comparison to all studies at TU Wien since 1992

Percentage of female beginners

Students are counted as beginners only if they start studying geodesy for the first time, thus mainly bachelor students are included, but also master and doctoral students with other previous studies than geodesy at the TU Wien.

Diagram showing the percentage of female enrolled students in geodesy in comparison to all studies at TU Wien since 1992

Percentage of female enrolled students

Bachelor, master and PhD

Diagram showing the percentage of female graduations in geodesy in comparison to all studies at TU Wien since 1992

Percentage of graduations by female students

Bachelor, master and PhD