In 2018, St. Pölten UAS’s 105 research projects generated revenue of EUR 2.7 million. Interdisciplinary projects have grown in importance in recent years as a means to identify suitable answers to modern-day issues and devise appropriate solutions.
The Josef Ressel Center for Blockchain-Technologies & Security management is a research institution operated by the St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences. The research objective is making secur...
Active Machine Learning for automatic identification of handwriting in 12th century manuscripts
Evaluation of the effectiveness of rehabilitation measures after reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament using simplified gait analysis
Comprehensive service programme to increase the transformation capacity and transformation speed of SMEs in Eastern Austria with regard to digital innovations
Platform for digital makers, for interaction, efficient sharing of knowledge & experiences and nationwide coordination of activities
Investigating the technical feasibility of a fully automated marshalling yard to strengthen single wagonload traffic
EMRESS develops models to quantify the strength of software protection techniques.
Experimental development for highly-automated shunting operations in railway freight traffic
Establishing advanced analysis methods for modelling, classification and similarity retrieval of gait patterns to enable novel data-driven ways to access 3D gait databases
(No) Baggage: About things brought along, left behind and newly acquired in the context of flight and expulsion (1945/2015)
Reconstructing the meaning of things (symbolic and identity-creating) in the context of flight and expulsion as well as the concrete use or appropriation of things in everyday life using a biographica...