Events @ Infineon Hub
We don't just run events. We offer a special event location.

You can join us at the Infineon Hub at TU Wien in different ways:

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We love technology! You too?

We organize regularly events for students, graduates, young professionals and everyone who is interested in technology. Meet scientists of TU Wien or tech experts, expand your knowledge in technology and build a network to push your future career.

Get more information about each event by clicking on the colored boxes below.

Use the hub as  Free Working Space

You can hardly find a place to study at the university? We have the solution! Every Tuesday from 9 am to 5 pm you can use the hub for studying or working on projects. We are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and offer a great atmosphere as well as free drinks and snacks

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Who can book the hub and how does it work?

Nearly everyone* can organize an event, but please remind yourself that our focus is on technology. Just send us an email with information about your event and we will get in touch with you.

*(e.g. students and PhD’s in general, student representatives, associations, start ups, technical institutions, scientists, tech experts,…)

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Webinar Series: “30 minutes with Infineon Austria” // Friday, 30 July 2020 // 09:00 - 10:00

GROW - Get ready for opportunities! Student & Graduate Programms @ Infineon

Infineon SummerSchool 2020 Online Event! // 31 August - 4 September 2020 //

The SummerSchool 2020 with its topic Machine Learning will take place under the motto "embedded brains @Infineon"

Online talk: women in data science // time and date: tba

Talk by Daniela Pinczolits & Olivia Pfeiler who are among the leading forces in research, development and technology within the fields of Infineon quality management and data science.

*postponed* Free Working Space // Every Tuesday // 10:00 - 18:00

Find the ideal setup for networking, studying and meeting colleagues. Coffee and cold beverages included.

Past Events

Thomas Pock is a Professor of Computer Science at Graz University of Technology, where he is leading the vision, learning and optimization (VLO) group. The focus of his research is image processing, computer vision, inverse problems, convex and non-smooth optimization and machine learning. Prof. Pock will present his latest approaches to learn better models for solving inverse vision problems. He will show how the models can be successively improved and their parameters learned from data.

Are you interested in a PhD programm in the microelectronics sector? Infineon has created the ultimate PhD Excellence Program for you! Our experts and an active PhD student will give you insights into the program and share their personal experiences with you. In addition, you will get the exclusive opportunity to apply for our high potential student pipeline. This way you are always up to date about current PhD positions in your field of expertise.

The Infineon Hub is a location Partner of Industry Meets Makers.

This Year the first Virtual Future Tech Bootcamp took place where Infineon and Thales Austria participated with the topic “IoT on Train” featuring the Infineon SENSE2GOL Radar Sensor

You want to apply for a job but you have no idea how to do it professionally? Infineon‘s top-recruiter share their personal experience and give insider tips to get hired. Furthermore you get a personal application check for free!

It was the first webinar of our upcoming webinar series “30 minutes with Infineon Austria”.

Mario Drobics, Thematic Coordinator for Internet-of-Things at the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH

Digitization throughout the entire product lifecycle accelerates the development and production of complex industrial products while improving product quality and functionality. However, the increasing connectivity of (critical) cyber-physical objects, which goes hand in hand with digitization, also leads to new security requirements, which can only be solved insufficiently with existing methods. The IoT4CPS project developed guidelines, methods and tools for secure IoT-based applications in the areas of Connected & Autonomous Vehicles and Industry 4.0.

It addresses security and safety of IoT systems in an integrative approach across the whole lifecycle and across different integration levels. This is done by addressing three main areas of research:

  • Safety & Security Design and Methods
  • Security & Verification Analysis
  • IoT Life-Cycle Data Management

Can you answer all questions?
The quiz focuses on general knowledge and is not dedicated to tech-related questions. Meet up online with friends in our virtual IHub to compete against other teams!

How to participate?
Form a team of four (diverse knowledge fields help)

next Hub Quiz

A Pub Quiz at Infineon Hub? It's a Hub Quiz!

Can you answer all questions?
The quiz focuses on general knowledge and is not dedicated to tech-related questions.
Meet up with friends in our IHub to compete against other teams!

How to participate?
Form a team of four (diverse knowledge fields help)

next Hub Quiz

On over 50 m² of free working space at the IHub at TU Wien, you and your colleagues are provided with an environment that enables for working on your projects independently and for fostering your future career. Whether you are a technical student, graduate, professional or technology enthusiast – everyone is welcome to join the community and to connect, create and challenge with us.

next free working space

Two-day Workshop by Dr. phil. Markus Rheindorf focusing on elements of English scientific style, structure, positioning and argumentation in English scientific writing and how to avoid common mistakes.

“Chips: Where does the journey lead to?”

Clemens Wasner is Founder & CEO of Enlite AI and board member of AI Austria. The goal is to promote sustainable use of AI in Austria by connecting players from academia, economy and society.

How to apply professionally. Job application coaching for technical geniuses.

How to convince a company, when you apply for a job? Infineon‘s top-recruiter share their

 personal experience and show you interesting techniques to present yourself and get hired.

› Free application photos

Live streams of Infineon SummerSchool 2019 with its topic Sensor Systems wich took place with the motto “Sense the world!” from August 26-30, 2019

Aim was a unparalleled insights into the world of Infineon sensors – covering automotive, magnetic and consumer sensors

› theory with top experts from Infineon and world-class professors

› Networking

› PhD Pitches

Celebrating the end of exams, listening to cool beatsand connecting with other students.

 › Free entrance, drinks and snacks

› A creative and technology-based programme

› The possibility to connect with specialists from technology and science

› A little touch of summer feelings

Der Computer – die bahnbrechende Erfindung des 20. Jahrhunderts, welche das Leben aller Menschen nachhaltig beeinflusst hat. Doch wie wurde diese Entwicklung wahrgenommen? Dr. phil. Oliver Sukrow (Forschungsbereich Kunstgeschichte, TU Wien) referierte über den Computer im Spannungsfeld zwischen „Freiheitsmaschine“ und „Kontrollapparat“. Der Vortrag spürte auch der architektonischen und künstlerischen Inszenierung des Computers in den Bild- und Vorstellungswelten nach.

What can I protect? How to apply for a patent. What are trademarks and registered designs?

› Dipl.-Ing. Georg Puchberger (patent attorney) and Dr. Maximilian Bonta (patent attorney trainee), both Puchberger & Partner Patentanwälte, gave a basic introduction to intellectual property rights.

What is the job of chemists and physicists at a semiconductor manufacturer? › Infineon Employees Dr. Matthias Wegscheider & Dr. Katharina Schragl was talking about the interesting job of chemists and physicists

› in collaboration with Jungchemiker Wien

Vom alumni club der TU Wien

› Informationen zur Innovationsfabrik und aktuelle Forschungsprojekte

› Einblicke in den Reinraum – Industrie 4.0 hautnah erleben

› Expertentalk zu Unternehmensbereichen

› Kontakte zu TOP-Expertinnen und Experten von Infineon knüpfen

› Einen potenziellen Arbeitgeber der Industrie kennenlernen und einen Job finden

Workshop with Prof. Schlund and Christina Schmidbauer, TU Wien, Institute of Management Science, about instructing a collaborative robot with a theortical part about basics of robot programming, challenges in robotics, technical limitations an a practical part including a competition

Live streams of Infineon WinterSchool 2019 with its topic Chip Fab of the Future wich took place with the motto “Be part of it!” from February 25 to March 1, 2019

With lectures about:

  • Design and Functions of a Semiconductor Wafer Fab
  • Development of Products along the whole Value Chain
  • Design for Manufacturing – Ensure Automotive Design Package Quality
  • The Role of a Unit Process Engineer in Front End Production
  • Advanced Process Control
  • The Evolution of Machine Learning Systems

by Prof Thurner Technical University of Vienna

Complexity Science: From Data to Knowledge

  • How does society work?
  • How to make financial systems safer?
  • How to rethink medicine?
  • Project with Infineon

Warum Chips auch MINT-StudentInnen schmecken

› Triff Rafael Janski (TUtheTOP-Absolvent, PhD der techn. Chemie und nun Senior

Development Engineer), unsere Recruiterinnen und unseren Betriebsrat zu einem

persönlichen Erfahrungsaustausch bei Café und Croissants.


On 16.10.2018 the Infineon Hub at TU Wien in Paniglgasse has opened with the motto connect.create.challenge.

It is a room where Infineon PhDs,Master degree students and Partners of TU Wien can find a space for (net-)working.

Also there are a lot of events for students and makers to get in touch with Infineon.