Research and development at FH Vorarlberg

FH Vorarlberg is one of the strongest research universities of applied sciences in Austria. Applied research and experimental development is primarily carried out in cooperation with regional companies and organisations as well as with international scientific cooperation partners. This means that the questions are derived from the requirements of companies and institutions or come from companies. The findings of the research projects in turn benefit the economy. The university is therefore an important knowledge centre for the regional economy.

How you can work with us ...

For you and your company, this means that we are very happy to listen to you and take care of your questions and concerns. Irrespective of the size of your company - we are also happy to work with smaller companies and often work with them. Tailor-made for your company, you can entrust our research centres with a project or commission student projects, bachelor or master theses. We are interested in your request.

 

The research portfolio of FH Vorarlberg

FH Vorarlberg has a total of 5 research centres: "Digital Factory Vorarlberg", "Energy", "Microtechnology", "User-Centred Technologies", "Business Informatics" and the "Research Group Empirical Social Sciences".

 

Further information you will find here.

Research Centre for Business Informatics

Contact us!

Dr. Heinz Seyringer
Head of the Research

+43 5572 394159
heinz.seyringer@fhv.at

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Dipl. Soz.Päd. (FH) Hans-Jürgen Lofner, MA
Research Coordination/-Controlling

+43 5572 792 2003
hans-juergen.lofner@fhv.at
forschung@fhv.at

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Depending on the question, businesses can commission research centres and research groups with projects or student project works.
Call us or send your inquiry per mail. We'd like to consult you and refer your issue to the right contact person.

 

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