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With fault-tolerant implementation the effort and complexity increase, but the resulting quality is better.

Error-Free Quan­tum Com­pu­ting Gets Real

For quantum computers to be useful in practice, errors must be detected and corrected. At the University of Innsbruck, Austria, a team of experimental physicists has now implemented a universal set of computational operations on fault-tolerant quantum bits for the first time.

Rainer Blatt

Guten­berg Rese­arch Award for Rai­ner Blatt

This year, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz is awarding its most prestigious research award to Innsbruck quantum physicist Rainer Blatt. He will receive the Gutenberg Research Award 2022 today in Mainz at this year's annual celebration of the Gutenberg Forschungskolleg.

An embryo of Ciona intestinalis, epidermal cells are shown in Magenta,  bipolar tail neurons in green

Impor­tant genetic ori­gin of our senses iden­ti­fied

Researchers have deciphered the function of a gene that is essential for the formation of neural structures in the head of vertebrates and their perception of the environment.

Flagge der Ukraine weht im Wind.

War in Ukrai­ne: Uni Inn­bruck helps

The University of Innsbruck is dismayed by the war in Ukraine. A crisis team has been set up to deal with the situation and is working on concrete steps to support cooperation partners

AURORA President Jón Atli Benediktsson (center) and Rector Tilmann Märk (r.) hand over the donation from the AURORA universities to Tetyana Kaganovska, Rector of Kharkiv University (l.).

Aurora Uni­ver­si­ties sup­port part­ner uni­ver­sity in Ukraine

The universities of the Europe-wide Aurora University Network are currently meeting in Innsbruck. The rector of Karasin University Kharkiv is also a guest - she reported on the situation in her city and was presented with 51,000 euros in financial support for her university.

Taschachhaus in den Ötztaler Alpen

Alpine sustaina­bi­lity at moun­tain huts

The Munich Section of the German Alpine Club and the Department of Geography at the University of Innsbruck have successfully completed their project "Alpine Sustainability at Huts - ANAH". This was the first time that the interrelationships of various factors in the management of alpine bases were scientifically investigated with methods for measuring the indicators.

Graphene structure

Glimpse inside a gra­phene sand­wich

In the search for novel types of superconductors – phases of matter that that conduct electric current without loss – scientists are investigating materials that consist of multiple layers. A team led by Mathias Scheurer from the University of Innsbruck has studied in detail the properties of a system of three twisted graphene layers and gained important insights into its properties.

Nano particles trapped between mirrors

Mi­cro­ca­vi­ties as a sen­sor plat­form

Sensors are a pillar of the Internet of Things, providing the data to control all sorts of objects. Here, precision is essential, and this is where quantum technologies could make a difference. Researchers in Innsbruck and Zurich are now demonstrating how nanoparticles in tiny optical resonators can be transferred into quantum regime and used as high-precision sensors.

28204 Students in the year 2021
129 Lectures in the year 2021
55 Millionen Drittmittelerlöse im Jahr 2021