Research and Transfer Support
The Research and Transfer Support department supports researchers and research groups at TU Wien in various research and utilisation activities.
One of the major contributions that TU Wien makes to society is in passing on the knowledge gained from its research activities so that society can benefit from them. Leading on from this, the core activities of Research and Transfer Support are focused on providing a service to researchers in collaborative projects, rather than maximising the financial return from them. This ensures that the benefit to society of research projects is the focus of interest. The university’s own system for utilising the expertise at TU Wien, which this department helped to create, is required to bring benefits for individual researchers, research groups and institutes, and for the whole university.
An important goal of the activities of the university’s Research and Transfer Support department is to position TU Wien as a first class research institution, nationally and internationally.
European and International Research Support
As a central service provider at TU Wien, EU Research Support (EURS) provides information and advice to researchers, administrative staff and management in preparing and carrying out EU projects and other international research projects. Horizon 2020, the EU programme for research and innovation (2014–2020), is a key area of our information and advice activities, together with complementary research and technology initiatives. EU Research Support.
Research Marketing organises presentations relating to our key areas for shared TU Wien stands at trade fairs, and supports appearances of research groups at the specialist fairs.
Research Data Management
Center for Research Data Management is TU Wien's point of contact if you have questions handling your research data.
Innovation Incubation Center
TU Wien’s Innovation Incubation Center (i2c) offers bespoke activities on the topic of entrepreneur-ship – from training and incubation programmes,
start-up consultancy and lecture series through to networking events with potential investors and industry partners.
Research Information Systems
The division of Research Information Systems supports TU Wien in this ongoing profile sharpening within the framework of regular evaluations and continuous analyses and guides the strategic development of the research information systems at TU Vienna.