Welcome to WWTF

The Wiener Wissenschafts-, Forschungs- und Technologiefonds (Vienna Science and Technology Fund) is a non-profit organisation established to promote science and research in Vienna. The Fund’s funding tools and methods are designed to strengthen top research in Vienna. Some of its calls are explicitly directed at promoting promising young scientists.
The WWTF obtains its funds from the “Privatstiftung zur Verwaltung von Anteilsrechten”, a private foundation in the financial sector which was set up in order to manage equity interests.

WWTF NewsAbout WWTF

The "Open Proposers' Day" for our new pilot call in the new field of „Environmental Systems Research: Urban Environments“ is taking place on Tuesday, November 29 starting at 1 pm at edu4you, Frankgasse 4, 1090 Wien. A special section for female applicants will be held from 3:30 until 5 pm. More information on the call is available here.

Final Symposium - WWTF Diversity & Identity Projects 2010/2011 on November 15./16, 2016 in Vienna. Event details.

The Open Access Policy for projects funded by WWTF can be found here.

Funding Programmes & CallsFunding Programmes & Calls

OPEN FUNDING CALLS

The new pilot project call Environmental Systems Research: Urban Environments 2017 is open now. You can find the call fiche here.

The Mathematics and ... Project Call 2016 is now in the reviewing phase - 22 full proposals have been received.

The new Vienna Research Group Call 2016 "Complexity Science" is being processed. The call closed on Thursday, July 14, 2016 .

RECENT FUNDING DECISIONS

The new Life Sciences Project Call 2016 has been decided by the international expert jury - 5 projects are being funded.

The Call for Summer Schools in the Social Sciences and Humanities (with means of the City of Vienna, Wien Kultur) has been decided by the international expert jury. WWTF Board of Directors confirmed the recommendation of the call jury. Seven summer schools are funded.

The Vienna Research Groups Call 2015 - Computational Biosciences - has been decided by the international call jury. Jörg Menche joins CeMM and Filipa de Sousa joins the University of Vienna Wien, Department of Ecogenomics and Systems Biology.

Funded ProjectsFunded Projects

Walter Schachermayer (MA14-008) organises the renowned conference on High-Frequency Trading on 22.-23. September 2016 at the SkyLounge of Universität Wien.

Christoph Becker (ICT12-046) publishes at ICSE'16 on sustainability in software engineering → article

VRG14 group leader Christopher Campbell (MFPL, University of Vienna) receives a FWF START Prize 2016.

Dirk Praetorius (MA14-044) elaborates on the increase of storage density by heat-assisted magnetic recording for hard drives → article

Markus Aspelmeyer (ICT12) publishes in Nature on the connection of quantum systems → Nature , → Uni Artikel

Jürgen Kleine-Vehn (boku) (VRG10-006) publishes on the specific role of the hormone auxin for plant growth in PNAS.

Andreas Weinhäusel (LS11) is organizing the 3rd Austrian Biomarker Symposium 2016.

Georg Weissenbacher, Vienna Research Groups publishes in "Proceedings of the IEEE" on automatic hardware verification.


WWTF Project Database: Brief information about funded projects and persons.