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International Seminar about Supply Chain Risk Management in Steyr

  From 7th to 9th September international researchers focused intensively on how to anticipate, minimize and manage the risk in supply networks. At the invitation of Steyr FH-Professor Dr. Markus Gerschberger they came to the 16th 'International Research Seminar on Supply Chain Risk Management' (ISCRiM) to present their latest research results and discuss future joint research...  Read more

Taiwan meets Upper Austria

  University and political leaders from Taiwan visit FH Upper Austria Wels Campus  Read more

FH Upper Austria welcomes experts from 14 different countries

  International Days in Social Work at Linz Campus  Read more

Marshall Plan scholarship holders of the FH Upper Austria

  Congratulations to the students Thomas Gölß (BUT), Michael Jan Freudenthaler (BUT),  Edwine Lehner (BUT), Philipp Seidl (MME), Simon Höglinger (MME), Vanessa Hinko (MME) and Thomas Bernwinkler (BMI) who received the Marshall Plan Scholarship in the presence of H.E. Alexa Wesner (Ambassador of the U.S. to Austria) and Dr. Wolfgang Petritsch (President Austrian Marshall Plan...  Read more

And the award goes to... Hagenberg!

  Even three movie awards in L.A., New York and Zagreb went to the Digital Arts Master graduates of University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria for their final movie "Le Constructeur de Malheur". Since then the 9-minute-long short movie has been presented at various festivals all around the world. The creative heads behind this animation movie are Kristin Müller, Manuel Preuß,...  Read more

International Fair at Steyr Campus

  The International Week at the FH Upper Austria School of Management in Steyr took place from 17 to 20 May and once again offered numerous highlights. The “International Fair” on 18 May took participants on an exciting journey around the world. This fair, held by exchange students, was a special attraction with its range of multicultural folklore, music and national cuisine...  Read more

Eco-Energy Engineer researches in Spain

  About 2.6 billion people – about half of developing world - lack access to safe water (WHO). Excessive amounts of microbes, chemicals or pollutants make some water unsafe to drink and cause water-related diseases. As a result contaminated water must be treated before it can be used for human consumption. In her internship at IMDEA Aqua in Madrid, Martina Reisner will engage in...  Read more

What is this thing called ... Internet of Things?

  Lucia Carrion Gordon is spending this semester with us as a guest professor and teaching the students on several Hagenberg based degree programmes more about the characteristics and challenges of the IoT and the technologies it involves. A native of Ecuador, Ms Carrion Gordon studied IT und Management at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador (PUCE) and has been...  Read more

Finnish professor specialising in film in Linz

  A film expert like Hannu Sirkkilä from our Finnish partner university HUMAK is always sure to attract interested listeners. That was indeed the case in the course “Social Reality in Finnish Films” held in mid-May at Linz Campus of the FH Upper Austria, when students of social work were confronted with the question “What can prospective social workers learn from films?”....  Read more

“The first employee was really a big step"

  HAGENBERG. Verena Mitterlehner from Rechberg was APPtimal Software’s "Entrepreneur of the Month". From an individual entrepreneur to a small business with three employees: this path was successfully taken by Verena Mitterlehner in July, 2014. "It took quite a lot of consideration to employ the first employee at my company APPtimal software solutions. It was a big step for me."...  Read more

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