In 2020, St. Pölten UAS’s 105 research projects generated revenue of EUR 3,1 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.
Italy’s petroglyphs were carved into rock faces by prehistoric cultures. This project sets out to investigate and document the 3D nature of these petroglyphs for the first time.
Concept development for gesture controlled product presentation at the point-of-sale
Using Visual Analytics to make a pool of current and historical data explorable.
The project "usable privacy box" (upribox) developes a software and creates a device that protects internet privacy and ensures data security.
The European Researchers' Night - a Europe-wide "Night of Science" - highlights the role of research, development and innovation in European society
This project aims at improving the operational security of advanced metering infrastructures by the development of an innovative intrusion detection system tailored to the specific characteristics.
Developing prototypes for an automated control programme in PLCopen from state machines and a learning-capable Part Average Analysis for a real production environment.
TransCoding is an arts-based research project conceived of by the artist and researcher Dr. Barbara Lüneburg, funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF and located at the UAS St.Pölten.
Translating clinical therapy guidelines (CGPs) and protocols for quality assurance into a form suitable for automatic processing
New methods for enterprise data management in the publishing business
The project LIVEFOR aims at enabling corporations their own research activities in the field of live-forensic and analysis of volatile data of a running computer system.