Die Forschungsmatrix der TU Wien stellt die Forschungsschwerpunkte und die Additional Fields mit den zugeordneten Forschungsfeldern dar.

Der Forschungsschwerpunkt Computational Science and Engineering mit seinen sechs Forschungsfeldern Computational Materials Science, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Computational System Design, Mathematical and Algorithmic Foundations, Computer Science Foundations, Modelling and Simulation.

Der Forschungsschwerpunkt Quantum Physics and Quantum Technologies mit seinen sechs Forschungsfeldern Photonics, Quantum Metrology and Precision Measurements, Quantum Modelling and Simulation, Nanoelectronics, Design and Engineering of Quantum Systems, Quantum Many-body Systems Physics.

Der Forschungsschwerpunkt Materials and Matter mit seinen acht Forschungsfeldern Surfaces and interfaces, Materials Characterization, Metallic Materials, Non-metallic materials, Composite Materials, Biological and Bioactive Materials, Special and engineering materials, Structure-Property Relationship.

Der Forschungsschwerpunkt Information and Communication Technology mit seinen acht Forschungsfeldern Logic and Computation, Computer Engineering and Software-Intensive Systems, Automation and Robotics, Information Systems Engineering, Visual Computing and Human-Centered Technology, Digital Transformation in Manufacturing, Telecommunication, Sensor Systems.

Der Forschungsschwerpunkt Energy and Environment mit seinen sechs Forschungsfeldern Energy Active Buildings, Settlements and Spatial Infrastructures, Sustainable and Low Emission Mobility, Climate Neutral, Renewable and Conventional Energy Supply Systems, Environmental Monitoring and Climate Adaptation, Efficient Utilisation of Material Resources, Sustainable Production and Technologies.

Die Additional Fields of Research mit ihren vier Forschungsfeldern Development and Advancement of the Architectural Arts, Urban and Regional Transformation, Fundamental Mathematics Research, Mathematical Methods in Economics.