St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences


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CDP – Austrian Center for Digital Production

#Research #Institute of Creative\Media/Technologies #National co-operation project #Internat. third-party funding

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 enterprises to take measures and actions towards transitioning to smart product creation processes.

Inside Trading Cultures

#Institute of Media Economics #National third-party funding

The Top Citizen Science project "Inside Trading Cultures. A Citizen Ethnography of professional book fairs" expands the existing research project „Trading Cultures” by integrating citizen scientists.


#Institute of Creative\Media/Technologies #Interdisciplinary project #National co-operation project #National third-party funding

The goal of this project is to develop image analysis methods for the mining of age- and location-specific visual patterns from buildings as well as for their automated classification.


The project provides an overall concept for a railway based train transfer system under consideration of the best possible use of time during the train transport, like luggage drop off on trains.

Substation Security

#Institute of IT Security Research #Nationale Drittmittel #Nationales Kooperationsprojekt

The project aims at improving security within the automation network of power distribution systems by developing anomaly detection algorithms for the communication networks of substations.

Gender-sensitive multisensory rail vehicle

#Carl Ritter von Ghega Institute for Integrated Mobility Research #Interdisciplinary project #National third-party funding

The aim of the project is to develop a catalogue of requirements for a general increase in attractiveness of public transport with particular focus on gender-based design of rail vehicles. Based on analyzes of perception and preferences regarding environmental factors and comfort factors, as well as extensive surveys of passenger behavior and passenger needs and current problem areas, measures to optimize interior design for the benefit for all can be formulated.