IoT- & blockchain-enabled security framework for new generation critical cyber-physical systems in finance sector
On the past 3rd and 4th of June the kick-off meeting of the OptimaSteel project took place. The project is funded by the Research Fund for Coal and...

Event tips


Summer of Robots Vol. 3 - Robotik-Workshop für Kinder und Jugendliche

wissens.wert.welt Klagenfurt, Primoschgasse 3, 9020 Klagenfurt, from 10:00 (multi-day)


IGARSS 2019 - 2019 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium

Yokohama, Japan, from 09:00 (multi-day)

In the spotlight

DIin Katrin Tiffner ...

... from HEALTH, the Institute for Biomedicine and Health Sciences of JOANNEUM RESEARCH, deals with the question of whether a drug can be absorbed through the skin and how it works there. This is being researched in clinical trials using a technology developed by JOANNEUM RESEARCH (OFM, open flow microperfusion). Katrin Tiffner studied electrical engineering at Graz University of Technology with a focus on biomedical engineering. As part of her diploma thesis, she focused on the transport of various substances into the skin. She is currently researching new methods in a cooperation project with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to facilitate the approval of dermatological generics.

Quality- standards

We are certified:

  • EN ISO 9001:2015
  • EN ISO 13485:2012
  • ES ISO 14644
  • GLP - Good Laboratory Practice

A selection of our awards: 

  • HTI 2016
  • SALUS 2015
  • eAward 2015
  • Fast Forward Award 2018
  • EARTO Innovationspreis 2012
  • „Best Student Paper Award“, ISR 2018
  • „Best Application Paper Award”, MEDER 2018