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Scientific Service Units

Eight facilities provide research infrastructure on campus.

Scientific Service Units

The Scientific Service Units (SSUs) are one of Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA)´s strategic key factors. These facilities pool scientific infrastructure used by more than one research group to avoid a duplication of efforts and expenses. Their cutting-edge equipment and expert services allow scientists to perform research at an internationally competitive level.

Over the years, the Scientific Service Units grew up to more than 110 employees in nine facilities. In order to meet the needs of existing research groups and to support the start-up of new faculty members, they always strive to adapt and expand their services. Constant learning ensures that they provide excellent know-how for world-class research.

The Scientific Service Units act as an interdisciplinary platform that, in accordance with the mission statement, maximizes the sharing of equipment among multiple research groups.


List of SSU Facilities


Publications with SSU Co-Authorship

Singer J, Singer J, Jensen-Jarolim E. 2020. Precision medicine in clinical oncology: the journey from IgG antibody to IgE. Current opinion in allergy and clinical immunology. 20(3), 282–289. View

Ernst D, Novotny G, Schönher EM. 2020. (Core Trust) Seal your repository! Mitteilungen der Vereinigung Österreichischer Bibliothekarinnen und Bibliothekare. 73(1), 46–59. View

Schlögl A, Kiss J, Elefante S eds. 2020. Austrian High-Performance-Computing meeting (AHPC2020), Klosterneuburg, Austria: IST Austria, 72p. View

Narasimhan M, Johnson AJ, Prizak R, Kaufmann W, Tan S, Casillas Perez BE, Friml J. 2020. Evolutionarily unique mechanistic framework of clathrin-mediated endocytosis in plants. eLife. 9, e52067. View

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Publications with SSU Acknowledgement

Redchenko E. 2022. Controllable states of superconducting Qubit ensembles. Institute of Science and Technology Austria. View

Friml J, Gallei MC, Gelová Z, Johnson AJ, Mazur E, Monzer A, Rodriguez Solovey L, Roosjen M, Verstraeten I, Živanović B, Zou M, Fiedler L, Giannini C, Grones P, Hrtyan M, Kaufmann W, Kuhn A, Narasimhan M, Randuch M, Rýdza N, Takahashi K, Tan S, Teplova A, Kinoshita T, Weijers D, Rakusova H. 2022. ABP1-TMK auxin perception for global phosphorylation and auxin canalization. Nature. 609(7927), 575–581. View

Prattes M, Grishkovskaya I, Hodirnau V-V, Hetzmannseder C, Zisser G, Sailer C, Kargas V, Loibl M, Gerhalter M, Kofler L, Warren AJ, Stengel F, Haselbach D, Bergler H. 2022. Visualizing maturation factor extraction from the nascent ribosome by the AAA-ATPase Drg1. Nature Structural & Molecular Biology. 29, 942–953. View

Sperl G. 2022. Homogenizing yarn simulations: Large-scale mechanics, small-scale detail, and quantitative fitting. Institute of Science and Technology Austria. View

Johnson AJ, Kaufmann W, Sommer CM, Costanzo T, Dahhan D, Bednarek S, Friml J. Three-dimensional visualization of planta clathrin-coated vesicles at ultrastructural resolution. Molecular Plant., S1674-2052(22)00297–0. View

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EU Project

Interreg V A Austria Czech Republic


Contact

Scientific Service Units

Institute of Science and Technology Austria
c/o Scientific Service Units
Am Campus 1, A-3400 Klosterneuburg, Austria

Office: Voestalpine building, ground floor

E-mail: ssu-office@ist.ac.at





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