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As ISTA is a cross-disciplinary research institution, our research groups interact with each other across the boundaries of traditional disciplines. So it’s not only about physics or chemistry or mathematics — but also all the varieties in between.

ZhanybekAlpichshev
Zhanybek


Alpichshev

Non-linear and Time-resolved Optical Spectroscopy of Strongly Correlated Electron Systems

Bingqing Cheng
Bingqing


Cheng

Computational Materials Science

Johann Danzl
Johann


Danzl

High-Resolution Optical Imaging for Biology

László Erdös
László


Erdös

Mathematics of Disordered Quantum Systems and Matrices

Johannes Fink
Johannes


Fink

Quantum Integrated Devices

Stefan


Freunberger

Materials Electrochemistry

Carl Goodrich
Carl


Goodrich

Theoretical and Computational Soft Matter

EdouardHannezo
Edouard


Hannezo

Physical Principles in Biological Systems

AndrewHigginbotham
Andrew


Higginbotham

Condensed Matter and Quantum Circuits

Björn Hof
Björn


Hof

Nonlinear Dynamics and Turbulence

OnurHosten
Onur


Hosten

Quantum Sensing with Atoms and Light

MariaIbáñez
Maria


Ibáñez

Functional Nanomaterials

GeorgiosKatsaros
Georgios


Katsaros

Nanoelectrics

MikhailLemeshko
Mikhail


Lemeshko

Theoretical Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics

Kimberly Modic
Kimberly


Modic

Thermodynamics of Quantum Materials at the Microscale

JeremiePalacci
Jeremie


Palacci

Materiali Molli Lab

KrzysztofPietrzak
Krzysztof


Pietrzak

Cryptography

Hryhoriy Polshyn
Hryhoriy


Polshyn

Emergent Electronic Phenomena in 2D Materials

AnđelaŠarić
Anđela


Šarić

Computational Soft and Living Matter

RobertSeiringer
Robert


Seiringer

Mathematical Physics

MaksymSerbyn
Maksym


Serbyn

Condensed Matter Theory and Quantum Dynamics

GasperTkacik
Gasper


Tkacik

Theoretical Biophysics and Neuroscience

ScottWaitukaitis
Scott


Waitukaitis

Soft and Complex Materials

ChrisWojtan
Chris


Wojtan

Computer Graphics and Physics Simulation

Caroline


Muller

Atmosphere and Ocean Dynamics




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The NOMIS Fellowship Program at Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA) offers excellent postdoctoral researchers the freedom to work on questions at the intersection of two or more scientific disciplines in a unique scientific environment, while also providing the security of outstanding scientific mentorship from proven leaders in their respective fields. A cross-discipline project proposal, to be co-supervised by two group leaders from different disciplines, identifies projects and fellows who demonstrate great flexibility, creativity and collaboration.

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In reaction to the war in Ukraine, ISTA donates to aid organization and funds additional internship positions for students from Ukraine

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