Horizon2020 project "ARCHES" receives Austrian WSA Award 2020 for the use of key enabling technologies in barrier-free art education.
Daniel Cornel, researcher in our Integrated Simulation Group, was nominated for the TÜV Austria Science Award 2020 in the category Uni/FH.
The Horizon2020 project ARCHES, coordinated by VRVis, was shortlisted for the Horizon Impact Award from more than 200 projects.
The new VRVis website is nominated for the eAward 2020 in the category "PR and Marketing".
VRVis was honored for its achievements in the patent area at the new "Innovations Award" of the business magazine Trend and the ÖGVS - Gesellschaft für Verbrauerstudien.
The Horizon2020 project ARCHES coordinated by VRVis convinced the jury in the category "Social Affairs".
VRVis and SOBOS convince with new forecasting solution for water levels in rivers at the IÖB-Challenge of viadonau.
Monika Wißmann, FEMtech intern at VRVis, receives the "IEEE Women in Engineering Best Student Paper Award".
Katharina Krösl won the Best Research Demo Award with the live demo of her project "XREye".
On March 3, 2020, Katja Bühler, head of our Biomedical Image Informatics Group, was awarded with the renowned TU Women's Prize.
VRVis receives together with the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna the Zero Project Award 2020.
The EU-funded participatory research project "ARCHES" was awarded the eAward 2020.