.digital office - facilitating and encouraging digitalization!

The .digital office coordinates the implementation process of the digitalization strategy and is responsible for facilitating and designing implementation measures and specific digitalization projects. In doing so, the .digital office supports the institutes and departments in the implementation of these projects and ensures the interconnecting of existing digital competences at TU Wien in order to avoid redundancies and to ensure cost efficiency.

Digital Survival Café

[Translate to English:] Hängebrücke, Jungel

Take part in the Digital Survival Café and geht yourself connected you with contact persons for all digital issues at TU Wien! Every second Thursday, experts answer your questions on topics related to collaboration, digitalization, web presence, information security and much more. Topics and dates are kept up to date at TU coLAB, opens an external URL in a new window.

Digitalization projects

[Translate to English:] Digitalzation projects at TU Wien

The .digital office coordinates, supports and connects various projects within the scope of the digitalization strategy.

Objectives of the digital transformation

Digitalisation Objectives

TU Wien's digitalization strategy  has defined objectives in the areas of research, studying and teaching, administration and infrastructure which are to be realized. These objectives can be condensed into a number of core topics: digital skills, smart campus, data, analytics & prediction as well as platforms and networks.


[Translate to English:] collaboration

Digital tools can be used to make working together with colleagues and in teams a lot simpler. At TU Wien, various new services are currently developed to facilitate collaboration even more.


[Translate to English:] Information update events

.digital roadshow and .digital updates - jointly designing the digital transformation


[Translate to English:] .digital office team

You can find your contact persons at the .digital office here

Current .dblog posts

The .digital blog offers posts on interesting topics on digitalization matters in general and the digital transformation at TU Wien in particular:

Student Life Hacks: Student topics brought into focus

With the Student Life Hacks 2022+, more students than ever were involved in the projects this year. And the results show that many things at TU Wien are developing exactly as the students would like them to.

[Translate to English:] Student Life Hacks der TU Wien

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In this almost completed year, the Student Life Hacks broke new ground: for the first time, students were asked directly to select the topics that were most important to them from a pool of topics. The topic pool was created from a large number of individual ideas that have been submitted to the .digital offie over the years and have now been condensed, bundled and prioritized. Projects for direct implementation were developed from the three top topics that emerged from the voting. These projects mainly revolved around how students deal with the wide range of services offered by TU Wien. This was analyzed, always with a focus on the opinions of the students.

Where can I find the services for students?

The three projects took a closer look at how exactly calendar entries and calendars are handled, access to the numerous TU services and topics for final thesis at TU Wien are found.

Two of the projects have already been successfully completed. All TU Wien students were invited to contribute their opinions. The multi-stage process consisted of individual interviews and workshops and was accompanied by a large-scale survey, which enabled the project team to gain a wide range of insights into tried-and-tested tools.

At the same time, it became clear that many of the items on the students' wish list are already being actively implemented. The idea of an individual start page for studies will be made possible with the latest TUWEL update. The presentation of current dates also corresponds to the opinions of the student body. As a result, smaller sub-areas can be considered for further development, which could further improve the systems.  

The project team would once again like to thank all students who have contributed with their opinions! Your participation is what makes the success of the projects possible.