Data Science & Software Science

Partner for industry and research

Research at Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH) concentrates on equal footing in Data Science and Software Science. The synergy of Data Science and Software Science at SCCH is an important success factor. 

As a COMET competence center, SCCH conducts cutting-edge research on an international level. Together with our scientific partners, especially Johannes Kepler University Linz, SCCH strives toward leadership in the future-oriented fields of digitalization and artificial intelligence.

 

Best Paper Award

Best Industrial Experience Paper

Stefan Mohacsi (Atos IT Solutions and Services) and Rudolf Ramler (Software Competence Center Hagenberg) received the Best Industrial Experience Paper Award for their contribution to the scientific track of the Software Quality Days 2019. The conference was held January 15-18, 2019 in Vienna.

Deep Learning at the Edge

Join the event in Linz

On February 7th, SCCH and its partners from H2020 ALOHA project organize an event on the topic of Deep Learning and Embedded Systems. Take part in existing talks from researchers and professionals in this field.

Hannover Messe

AI meets Software Engineering

The interplay of automation and energy technology, intralogistics, IT platforms and artificial intelligence is driving the digital transformation of industry forward. HANNOVER MESSE's main theme, "Integrated Industry - Industrial Intelligence", demonstrates the potential of this development.

EVOLVE-IT

Facts and figures magazine is online

In the magazine you will find the business figures for 2017, exciting research projects and an overview of our COMET partners.

Disobedience meets digital future

SCCH celebrates at the Tabakfabrik Linz

More than a hundred guests accepted SCCH's invitation to visit the tobacco factory in Linz. In addition to a visit to the Strada del Start-up, the program also included a guided tour of the former "Tschickbude".

Making research visible

Award Submissions

Now it's thumbs up. SCCH has submitted its research projects to the eAward and the Houska Prize.

Scientific Head Data Analysis Systems (f/m)

Job offer

For our research focus Data Analysis Systems we are looking for a Scientific Head to lead an international team of about 20 researchers in the field of machine learning and data analysis. 

Junior & Senior Data Scientist (f/m)

Job offer

We are looking for a Junior Data Scientist (f/m) and a Senior Data Scientist (f/m) to join the “Data Analysis Systems” team of the Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH) to work on research-intensive machine learning and data analysis problems.

RTO Innovation Summit

Expanding the scientific network

Mario Pichler attended the RTO Innovation Summit in Brussels at the beginning of November. More than 400 participants took part in that event. 

Project AUTODETECT

Determine the state of health of machines

The aim of the project is to investigate the scientific and technical basis for the detection, diagnosis and prediction of faults in technical systems. In particular, the research of robust learning algorithms will be used to create the basis for a software platform that can be used as generally as possible to analyze the state of technical systems.

Project Smart Villages started

Digitisation in rural areas

The aim of the Interreg Alpine Space project "Smart Villages" is to prepare communities in the Alpine Space to recognise and exploit the opportunities offered by digitisation. Various cities throughout Europe are already calling themselves Smart Cities. This approach is now to be applied to rural communities as well.

Artificial Intelligence made in Bremen

Review of the delegation trip

From October 16 to 18, the scientific director of the SCCH, Prof. Dr. A Min Toja, took part in the information trip to Bremen.  Top scientists from the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, the University of Bremen and innovative companies such as OHB SE and Blackout Technologies UG attended the event.

Last funding period

Horizon 2020

On October 16th, around 100 participants gathered information about the participation opportunities on Horizon 2020 as the last round of tenders is currently underway, with the highest endowment of 30 billion euros. Keynote Speaker, Priv.-Doz. Dr. Bernhard A. Moser showed how Artificial Intelligence influences our lives.