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Austrian Institute of Technology

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Austrian Institute of Technology

The Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) is an Austrian application-oriented R&D company, employing more than 850 people in various locations across Austria. Its name was changed from Austrian Research Centers (ARC) to the current name in June 2009.

Their website states: "The ARC Group is committed to creative and efficient cooperation of natural, economic and social science experts with the ultimate aim of consolidating and extending Austria’s position as a business locatio the face of international competition."

Subsidiaries

AIT has the following subsidiaries:

  • Seibersdorf research GmbH
  • business services GmbH
  • Nuclear Engineering Seibersdorf GmbH
  • systems research GmbH
  • Funktionswerkstoffe Forschungs - und Entwicklungs GmbH
  • Kplus Advanced Computer Vision GmbH - ACV
  • Kplus Leichtmetallkompetenzzentrum Ranshofen GmbH - LKR
  • Kplus ECHEM Kompetenzzentrum für Angewandte Elektrochemie GmbH
  • Österreichisches Forschungs - und Prüfzentrum Arsenal Gesellschaft mbH

See also

External links

  • http://www.ait.ac.at/


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