The big day has finally arrived yesterday—this year’s Ars Electronica Festival is underway!
Artificial intelligence is the theme of this year’s Ars Electronica. The 2017 media art festival’s encapsulating motif is provided by the “Beyond Humans” research project.
A top foreign university will once again be featured in the Campus Exhibition at the 2017 Ars Electronica Festival. This year’s special guest is UCLA–The University of California at Los Angeles.
2017 Future Innovators Summit: In this interview, Hideaki Ogawa introduces the creative think tank for big questions about the future.
The Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing MEVIS and Taiwanese media & sound artist Yen Tzu Chang have organized a workshop for pupils.
TIME OUT the seventh in this ongoing series of exhibitions, is now running at the Ars Electronica Center in cooperation with Linz Art University. In this interview Katharina Pichler tells us about her work REFRAMING
Johannes Kepler University’s faculty includes outstanding research scientists whose work is quoted in some of the most highly respected .
For her proposal to send a robot with artistic skills into outer space, robotics engineer Sarah Petkus was the recipient of an Honorary Mention from the 2016 art&science@ESA.
The 7th installment in the TIME OUT exhibition series opened yesterday. The Blog is spotlighting the participating students. In this edition, Lisa Bickel and Clemens Niel tell us about their work.
Today is the exhibition opening of TIME OUT .07! Sarah Hiebl and Marlene Reischl, two of the artists, talked to us.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Golden Nicas!
The Pedagogy and Psychology Institute at Johannes Kepler University of Linz received funding for a research project on wearables. We talked to Prof. Bernad Batinic.
The Patient Innovation-platform has brought forward many revolutionary ideas for treating all kinds of diseases.More at the exhibition “Beyond the Lab: The D.I.Y. Science Revolution at Ars Electronica Center.
Who make up the next generation of young scientists at Johannes Kepler University? And what exactly are they working on? We talked to Prof. Alois Ferscha about a series of talks entitled Next Generation JKU.