Austria’s Universities of Applied Sciences Present Their Scientific Work
End of April, the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt (FHWN) hosted the Research Forum of the Austrian Universities of Applied Sciences where the St. Pölten UAS was also represented with several lectures, papers and posters:
- Lecture on the youth study “Pielachtal – Lebenswelt- und Sozialraumstudie” held by Christina Engel-Unterberger, Andrea Nagy, Christoph Ebner and Jelena Hrvacanin
- Poster “Optimisation of the cold food provisions of the Austrian Armed Forces taking into account the nutritional demands in outdoor training” based on the example of the Theresian Military Academy in Wiener Neustadt, by Gabriele Leitner
- Lecture “Analysis of the interaction between data protection and information security using a GDPR ontology” by Peter Kieseberg, Melisa Gafic and Simon Tjoa
- Poster “Coineater: automated detection of cryptomining in web browsers” by Sebastian Schrittwieser, Julian Rauchberger, Tobias Dam, Damjan Buhov
- Lecture “The GDPR and the problem of data deletion in databases” by Peter Kieseberg and Edgar Weippl (together with Andreas Holzinger from the Medical University of Graz)
- Lecture “Regeneration through Whole Body Vibration” by Johanna Strempfl (with Heike Bauer-Horvath from the University of Applied Sciences Burgenland)
Frank Michelberger represented the St. Pölten UAS by chairing the session on Innovation and Mobility.
Research at the St. Pölten UAS
At the St. Pölten UAS, scientists conduct research in six institutes, a Josef Ressel Center on the topic of IT Security, and the Centre for Digital Health Innovation. Interdisciplinary research plays a particularly important role – networking between the different disciplines is growing stronger and the expertise of the individual institutes is increasingly combined. In the year 2018, the St. Pölten UAS generated a turnover of almost 2.5 million EUR with 105 research projects.