Each year, the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA) opens its doors to give prospective PhD and internship candidates an insight into what it is like to study and do research at the institute.

Due to delays caused by the recent cyberattack on ISTA, the Virtual Student Open Day originally scheduled for 24 November 2022 has been postponed. Updates on the rescheduling of this event will appear here in due course.

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Program

Updates on the program for the rescheduled event will appear here in due course

ISTA is using Zoom for its online events. If you would like to become familiar with this platform and perform a technical test, please click here.


What to expect

The Virtual Open Day is a great opportunity to explore our programs and campus virtually, wherever you are. The program includes a range of live sessions from the Graduate School Office, academics and students. You can find out about the PhD program, the ISTA research experience, the support services, the ISTA campus, and much more by attending one of the talks.

Learn more about research opportunities

It is possible to do a PhD on a topic which aligns with the research interests of our faculty, which currently falls within the following broad research areas, called Tracks:

 

Biology

In case you cannot access YouTube, this video is also available here.

Neuroscience

In case you cannot access YouTube, this video is also available here.

Physics

In case you cannot access YouTube, this video is also available here.

 

Computer Science

In case you cannot access YouTube, this video is also available here.

Data Science & Scientific Computing

In case you cannot access YouTube, this video is also available here.

Mathematics

In case you cannot access YouTube, this video is also available here.

You can learn more about our study tracks and research groups here.

Chemistry & Materials

Visit the dedicated webpage to learn more.

Campus tours

Take a virtual campus tour to learn more about the founding principles of ISTA as well as its past and future developments.

In case you cannot access YouTube, this video is also available here.

 

For questions, please feel free to contact the Graduate School Office, phd.admissions@ist.ac.at.


 

 

 

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