09.04.2018 TECHNIKON

A new employee started to work at Technikon

Michael Sagmeister, BSc. from Spittal an der Drau, Carinthia started to work at Technikon on 9th of April 2018. He studied Mediatechnology and –design (MTD) in Hagenberg/Austria and will support our new business unit NewMedia.

 
05.03.2018 TECHNIKON

A new employee started to work at Technikon

 

Elisabetta PAPURELLO from Torino, Italy, started to work at Technikon on 5th March 2018 and she supports our Project Management Team. She studied Economics at the University of Turin.

15.01.2018 TECHNIKON

A new employee started to work at Technikon

On 15th January 2018, Ms. Mag. (FH) Ursula POLESSNIG from Seeboden, Carinthia joined our team at Technikon. She will work within the Project Management Team.

 
15.01.2018 TECHNIKON

Produktsicherheit aus Villach

Villacher Unternehmen forscht und entwickelt international im Bereich Produktsicherheit

Im Rahmen des Europäischen H2020 Forschungsprojektes VESSEDIA wird unter der Leitung des Villacher Unternehmens TECHNIKON Forschungs- und Planungsgesellschaft mbH an neuen Techniken zur formalen Prüfung der Sicherheit von industriellen und sicherheitskritische Anwendungen geforscht...
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10.01.2018 TECHNIKON

Forschungsprojekt SERENA kratzt an den Grenzen der klassischen Halbleitertechnologie

Entwicklung einer hochleistungsfähigen Hybrid-Integrationsplattform für Radiowellen-Systeme

Das europäische Forschungsprojekt SERENA wurde am 1. Jänner 2018 unter Koordination der TECHNIKON Forschungs- und Planungsgesellschaft mbH aus Villach gestartet. Das Projektteam...
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01.01.2018 TECHNIKON

Project Announcement - SERENA

On 1st of January 2018 the European cooperative research project, SERENA "gan-on-Silicon Efficient mm-wave euRopean systEm iNtegration plAtform" has started. The SERENA project aims to substantially increase the functional performance of high-frequency radar systems as well as significantly reducing their cost. The envisaged SERENA architecture and platform is suitable for a wide range of applications such as safety radar, high-speed wireless communication, or imaging sensors. There is a strong industry pull to substantially reduce the cost of mm-wave systems for future key markets such as 5G wireless communications and autonomous vehicles (automotive radar sensors). The SERENA technology will be based on breakthroughs in Gallium Nitride on Silicon (GaN-on-Si) technology and state-of-the-art volume packaging. The consortium consists of 10 partners from 6 different countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, and Sweden).

 
Announcement Letter SERENA [PDF, 951 KiB]
01.01.2018 TECHNIKON

Project Announcement - FutureTPM

On 1st of January 2018 the European cooperative research project, H2020 FutureTPM "Future Proofing the Connected World: A Quantum-Resistant Trusted Platform Module" has officially started. Our team will research a Quantum-Resistant (QR) Trusted Platform Module (TPM) by designing and developing QR algorithms suitable for inclusion in a TPM. The project consortium consists of 14 industrial and academic partners from 9 different countries (Austria, United Kingdom, Cyprus, Switzerland, Germany, Luxembourg, Ireland, Portugal and Greece).

 
Announcement Letter FutureTPM [PDF, 886 KiB]
GERMAN Announcement Letter FutureTPM [PDF, 875 KiB]
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