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Automotive research in Austria

Automobile research in Austria

  • AIT – Austrian Institute of Technology: Integrated vehicle concepts, electrical drive systems, lightweight construction, traffic infrastructure, co-modal transport systems

  • CTR – Carinthian Tech Research: Sensor technology, quality control, electronics, engine development, electromobility
  • Joanneum Research: Smart technologies, automobile components, surface technology, traffic telematics, robotics

  • LIT AI LAB – JKU Linz: learning digital systems (artificial intelligence)

  • PCCL – Polymer Competence Center Leoben: Fiber composites, plastics technology, elastomer and surface chemistry

  • RISC – Research Institute for Symbolic Computation: Industrial software applications, virtual product design, simulation of manufacturing processes, control systems

  • RECENDT – Research Center for Non Destructive Testing: Infrared spectroscopy, optical coherence tomography, laser-ultrasound, nanoidentation

 

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