In 2019, St. Pölten UAS’s 110 research projects generated revenue of EUR 3 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.

Living City

We develop an innovative concept linking living and health care, and participative architecture, (partial) city planning, primary healthcare, housing development and community work.

Augmented Paper

In addition to conventional QR codes, augmented reality applications have now hit the market –especially the smartphone market due to products with better high-resolution cameras and processors.

Interactive navigation and sounds of the regions at State Museum Lower Austria

Video installation with interactive navigation for the "Lower Austria Room" at the State Museum Lower Austria

MalwareDef– Recognition through description

Defining formal descriptions of potentially malicious actions to allow developing proactive defensive measures


store&go+ looks at developing a prototype for an automatic goods and luggage depository system.


The goal of this project is to use social media and games in a manner appropriate to people’s age to promote sustainable mobility behaviours and to stimulate people to reflect on their own behaviour...

Okto Linked Open Data – constructing an online media-library

Okto, a leading community television broadcaster in Austria, employs a multi-platform publishing strategy to deliver content conventionally, via terrestrial broadcasting or cable TV, as well as via it...


The goal is the development of an electronic food shopping counselor for senior citizens with type 2 diabetes mellitus, focusing on alternative products, usability for senior citizens and flexibility.

Reference budgets for social inclusion

Reference budgets are exemplary household budgets that define the structure of the outgoings of people with low incomes, taking into account the goal of social inclusion.

"Wie tickt die Jugend?"

Study on the political information and communication behaviour of young people in Lower Austria