Projects

In 2018, St. Pölten UAS’s 105 research projects generated revenue of around EUR 2.5 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.
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CDP – Austrian Center for Digital Production

The St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences will participate in the K1-Center CDP – Austrian Center for Digital Production. The nationwide research cooperation encourages and enables industrial e...

InduSec

Industrial Security (IT/OT convergence) -Qualification network for promoting a common understanding of security among IT and OT experts

DuS - Digitization and Security

Qualification network for transferring IT security knowledge in context of the digital transformation of the economy

SemTreat

Scientific exchange with South Africa in the field of digital technologies

ImmBild

Location is key – especially when it comes to real estate value. “ImmBild” aims at developing a new method for estimating property value using computer vision of satellite data.

EnergyNetworkSec

Developing methods and techniques to detect cyber-attacks on digitized distribution networks of electrical power enhancing its reliability and resilience.

Seed funding to extend research in railway technology

Establishing a research focus on alternative engine systems, energy efficiency, digitisation and automation.

Wearable Theatre.The art of immersive storytelling

The artistic research project Wearable Theatre aims at exploring the narrative and dramatic potential of Virtual Reality (VR) representations and will lay the foundation for future forms of storytelli...

Josef Ressel Center for Unified Threat Intelligence on Targeted Attacks (TARGET)

The Josef Ressel Center for Unified Threat Intelligence on Targeted Attacks (TARGET) is a research institution operated by the St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences. Its mission is to explore nov...

TerminalOnRail2

The project "TerminalOnRail2" examines the technical possibilities of a rail based feeder system for airports based on already existing infrastructure.