Research

Scientists at IST Austria conduct research in three clusters.

Research

IST Austria is an interdisciplinary research institution that aims to break down the traditional boundaries between disciplines. The focus is currently on basic research in the life sciences, the physical sciences, and mathematics and computer science. IST Austria fosters both theoretical and experimental research, with an emphasis on close and meaningful collaborations between the two camps.

DISTRIBUTED ALGORITHMS AND SYSTEMS

NON-LINEAR AND TIME-RESOLVED OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY OF STRONGLY CORRELATED ELECTRON SYSTEMS


PLANT DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY

RNA-BASED GENE REGULATION

COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND DIGITAL FABRICATION



HIGH-RESOLUTION OPTICAL IMAGING FOR BIOLOGY

GENES, CIRCUITS, AND BEHAVIOR


ALGORITHMS, COMPUTATIONAL GEOMETRY, AND COMPUTATIONAL TOPOLOGY

MATHEMATICS OF DISORDERED QUANTUM SYSTEMS AND MATRICES

QUANTUM INTEGRATED DEVICES


THEORY OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS, APPLIED AND NUMERICAL ANALYSIS

DEVELOPMENTAL AND CELL BIOLOGY OF PLANTS

SYSTEMS AND SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY OF GENETIC NETWORKS


PHYSICAL PRINCIPLES IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS


DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF CONCURRENT AND EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

CONDENSED MATTER AND QUANTUM CIRCUITS

GENETIC DISSECTION OF CEREBRAL CORTEX DEVELOPMENT


NONLINEAR DYNAMICS AND TURBULENCE

QUANTUM SENSING WITH ATOMS AND LIGHT


SYNAPTIC COMMUNICATION IN HIPPOCAMPAL MICROCIRCUITS


TISSUE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL PATTERN FORMATION


THEORETICAL ATOMIC, MOLECULAR, AND OPTICAL PHYSICS

SELF-ORGANIZATION OF PROTEIN SYSTEMS



STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY OF MEMBRANE PROTEIN COMPLEXES

STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY OF CELL MIGRATION AND VIRAL INFECTION


CONDENSED MATTER THEORY AND QUANTUM DYNAMICS

NEUROIMMUNOLOGY IN HEALTH AND DISEASE


MORPHODYNAMICS OF IMMUNE CELLS

THEORETICAL BIOPHYSICS AND NEUROSCIENCE


SEX-CHROMOSOME BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION

DISCRETE AND COMPUTATIONAL GEOMETRY AND TOPOLOGY


COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND PHYSICS SIMULATION



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