News from Green Chemistry

May 19th, 2023

Faculty of Technical Chemistry welcomes UNIDO delegate from Thailand

The latest advancements in the field of renewable energy took center stage at a prestigious touring visit by the delegates of UNIDO held at the Faculty of Technical Chemistry, TU Wien, in Vienna.

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April 26th, 2023

M.Sc. Green Chemistry: Application

Apply online until 15th of May 2023
Instructions on how to apply for M.Sc. Green Chemistry using TISS can be found under FAQs.

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April 25th, 2023

MSc Green Chemistry – Student Interview

Elias from Germany is studying the new English-language Master’s Programme Green Chemistry at TU Wien, BoKu and Uni Wien in Vienna. We asked him some questions about his experiences:

April 17th, 2023

Green Chemistry: The Missing Elements

John Warner Student Lecture at TU Wien

April 17th, 2023

Green Chemistry, the Sustainability Pendulum and the Circular Economy

John Warner Scientific Presentation at TU Wien

April 5th, 2023

Great service for the chemical policy

Thomas Jakl, deputy head of Section V - Environment and Circular Economy and head of Department V/5 - Chemical Policy and Biozides at the Ministry of the Environment, on current challenges as well as perspectives for Austrian and international chemical policy.
By Klaus Fischer

Green Chemistry opening statement by Sabine Seidler | Rector TU Wien
October 18th, 2022

Green Chemistry Kick-Off Event: Opening Statements

Opening statements by Marko D. Mihovilovic, Sabine Seidler, Christa Schnabl, Sabine Baumgartner, Thomas Jakl, and Karl Kienzl

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October 18th, 2022

Green Chemistry Kick-Off Event: Chemistry Meets Music

Nuno Maulide (University of Vienna) explains how art and science function together and demonstrates this on the piano.

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October 18th, 2022

Green Chemistry Kick-Off Event: Presentation of the MSc Curriculum

Bettina Mihalyi-Schneider presented the Green Chemistry MSc Curriculum.

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October 18th, 2022

Green Chemistry Kick-Off Event: Video Statement John Warner

Green Chemistry Kick-Off Event: Video Statement by John Warner

Gruppenfoto Personen stehend von links: Georg Reischer, (TU Wien) Marko Mihovilovic (TU Wien), Sabine Baumgartner (BOKU), Christa Schnabl (Universität Wien), Sabine Seidler, (TU Wien) Bettina Mihalyi-Schneider (TU Wien), Kurt Matyas (TU Wien)
October 18th, 2022

Start for Green Chemistry

The winter semester also saw the launch of the new joint master's program in Green Chemistry offered by the TU Wien, the University of Vienna, and the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences.

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February 23rd, 2022

Green Chemistry Master Programme is on Track

We are currently at the onset of two mega-trends of disruptive effects on all aspects of our daily life. While we obtain a first understanding of the impact of digital technologies with an increasing amount of virtual and physical applications, measures to combat climate change, sustainability, and the green deal are presently mere concepts awaiting full-scale technical assessment, before even considering global implementation. Consequently, this is the time to adopt these areas as strategical long-term goals by harnessing the available expertise available at three major universities in Austria (TU Wien, University of Vienna, and BOKU) and amalgamating it in a synergistic fashion. The newly established MSc program Green Chemistry aims at educating leading experts in the CEE (Central Eastern Europe) area in the trans-disciplinary aspects of a wholistic approach towards a new understanding of chemistry en route to a sustainable industry and society. It is specifically designed to enable developments from basic research to industrial application and enhance competitiveness in Austria in future smart technologies. Genuine top-level expertise of the three universities is pooled in a synergistic fashion generating a light-house educational program at internationally competitive level. We specifically want to address motivated young talents and provide an excellent perspective for future careers in sustainability.

Dean Marko Mihovilovic

Trilateral Cooperation

Green Chemistry is a jointly established English-language Educational Initiative between the University of Vienna, the TU Wien, and the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna.

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