Technische Universität Wien

Reviewers: 64

2nd in Austria

Reviews: 960

2nd in Austria

Merit: 2,966

3rd in Austria

Openness: 9.7%

6th in Austria

Journal Editors at Technische Universität Wien

Reviewers from Technische Universität Wien

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    Thomas Strasser

    Thomas Strasser earned his master’s degree and PhD from the Vienna University of Technology. He is currently a senior scientist in the Energy Department of the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology. Before that, he spent more than six years as a senior researcher at PROFACTOR. Dr. Strasser is an active lecturer at the Vienna University of Technology, guest professor at the Salzburg University of Applied Sciences, co-author of 150+ publications, recipient of two patents, active participant in IEEE conferences, associate editor of Springer and IEEE journals, senior member of IEEE, founding member of the 4DIAC open source initiative, and involved in IEC SC65B/WG15.

  • Reviewer

    Rui A. P. Perdigão

    TU Wien Physicist, Earth System Dynamicist and head lecturer in Fluid Dynamical Systems. Editor in the EGU journal Earth System Dynamics.

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    Stefan Haessler

    I did my undergrad studies at TU Dresden and Lund University with Karl Leo and Anne L'Huillier, PhD thesis at CEA Saclay and Université Paris-Sud with Pascal Salières, a Postdoc at Photonics Institute of TU Vienna with Andrius Baltuska, another Postdoc at LOA in Palaiseau with Rodrigo Lopez-Martens, and finally joined CNRS as a research scientist. I'm still at LOA, studying Attosecond Physics in Plasmas and related optical technologies.

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    Mostafa Moonir Shawrav

    I am Mostafa Moonir Shawrav, originally from Bangladesh, currently working as a Post-doctoral Researcher in an European Research Council (ERC) funded project at Institute of Sensor and Actuator System (ISAS), Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien), Austria. During my first post-doc, I worked at the Institute of Solid State Electronics (FKE), TU Wien. During my PhD, I worked in a Marie Curie Initial Training Network Project (ENHANCE) and Austrian Science Funded Project (CRYSPEC2) at the same university. Earlier, I worked as the Research Assistant at ICTEAM,Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), Belgium. Prior to that, I completed M.Sc. in Nanotechnology from university of Twente, The Netherlands. I finished my master thesis at NanoElectronics group of MESA+ - Institute for Nanotechnology. I completed my B.Sc. in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB). For more information, please visit: or