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US Ambassador visits FH Upper Austria – Campus Hagenberg

  Alexa Wesner, the Vienna based US Ambassador, visited the FH Upper Austria faculty in Hagenberg. Besides information about the various degree programmes she was also interested in our research and the joint cooperation between the FH Upper Austria and US-American universities as well as development opportunities for local start-ups in Hagenberg. During the tour of the house...  Read more

Worldwide unique phase-contrast computer tomograph for non-destructive materials testing at the University of Applied Sciences in Wels

  Recently a new computer tomograph for non-destructive materials testing became operative at the  School of Technology and Environmental Sciences, Wels.   The materials testing device, which has a price-tag of 380,000 euros, is the first of its kind worldwide and was developed by the Belgian company Bruker-Skycan in co-operation with the University of Applied Sciences Upper...  Read more

Open Day at the FH Upper Austria on 20th March 2015

  Visitors to the Open Day can experience campus feeling live on site of the FH Upper Austria campuses in Hagenberg, Linz, Steyr and Wels on the 20th March between 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Personal guidance, workshops, campus tours, lab experiments, project exhibitions and lectures about each degree programme. Each campus has put together its own information programme.  Read more

2nd International Summer Workshop on IT Education & Research

  11th – 13th June 2015, Hagenberg Campus  Read more

Logistikum Steyr of the FH Upper Austria joins international research network

  FH-Prof.  Dr. Markus Gerschberger of the Logistikum Steyr (UASUA Campus Steyr) is now a member of the renowned international research network ISCRiM – International Supply Chain Risk Management. Its aim is to generally improve research efforts in the field of Supply Chain Risk Management, as well as to optimise the design of supply chains and the management of the risks...  Read more

FH Food technology – aid project for Moldova

  The Republic of Moldova, formerly known as Moldova, is the poorest region of south-east Europe and, due to poverty, is characterized by depopulation. This is leading to an increase in poverty for the older generation and the children, who are left behind with no future prospects. For a year now the UASUA-study programme “food technology and nutrition” in Wels under the...  Read more

Two new double degree study programmes with the University of Calabria

  The University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria has been cultivating a good relationship with the renowned Italian University of Calabria for years.  Now this international cooperation is being extended. A UASUA-delegation headed by CEO Dr. Gerald Reisinger has recently launched two new double degree programmes in the fields of Software Engineering in Hagenberg and Innovation...  Read more

The best IT-Master thesis from Latvia originates from Hagenberg

  Recently Aleksandra Petrakova, a former exchange student from the TU Riga, was distinguished for her master thesis, which she completed at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria in Hagenberg. Her thesis, headed “Medical Data Mining”, was the best master thesis in the field of IT and Computing.  Read more

The University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria enhances cooperation with Australia

  So far, the UASUA has two partner universities in Australia: the University of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland and the Edith Cowan University in Perth. Now there is one more to come. Professor Dr. Daniel Chandran of the University of Technology in Sydney (UTS) has spent his teaching and research stay at the UASUA for the first time. The Australian gave two lectures in the...  Read more

Open House day of the UAS Upper Austria on 14th November

  “Be a student for a day at UAS Upper Austria”. That was the slogan of this year Open House Day at all four locations in Hagenberg, Linz, Steyr and Wels.  From 9 am to 6 pm campus tours, exercises in the lab, project displays, lectures and talks gave an insight into a student’s daily life. Each school had put together an individual informational programme and workshops for its...  Read more

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