Since its foundation in the year 1970, the Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt (AAU) has successfully established itself as a distinctive voice reinforcing the canon of Austrian universities, as a globally networked research institution, and as a hub for the acquisition, exchange, and transfer of knowledge across the entire Alps-Adriatic Region. Along with the universities of Graz, Innsbruck, Linz, Salzburg, and Vienna, it is one of the six state universities offering a broad spectrum of subjects.
The scientific achievements of the AAU advance the university’s growing national and international visibility. The AAU contributes to finding solutions for today’s vast challenges by pooling and strengthening various research fields. The establishment of the profile-enhancing research initiatives Energy Management & Energy Technology, Sustainability, Self-organizing Systems and Visual Culture allows holistic approaches and yields excellent research results. The projects carried out at the AAU serve as important impulse generators for the business location Carinthia.
More than 10,000 students attend the Alpen-Adria Universität for the purposes of study and research, including around 1,800 students from abroad. Approximately 1,500 members of staff strive to produce outstanding achievements of the highest quality in the realms of teaching, research and university administration. In total, 35 departments spread across the university’s four faculties serve as sites of work and research at the AAU. In addition, several specialized centres contribute to shaping the university’s specific portrait.
The research group Transportation Informatics (TIG) which represent AAU is mainly involved in MACHINE LEARNING, DATA SCIENCE and NEURO-COMPUTING based modelling, simulation, optimization and control in the frame of selected TRANSPORTATION related COMPLEX SYSTEMS, which are: intelligent traffic systems, autonomous and/or networked vehicles, intelligent mobility & logistics systems, and advanced driver assistance systems.