The University of Klagenfurt is home to a range of priority research fields in which researchers are working on projects to address pressing social issues. Over and above the four faculties and the range of subjects they represent, the following (partly) overarching main areas of research have emerged:
An overview of research activities at the University of Klagenfurt, including projects, publications, events, lectures, scientific functions and prizes, is available online on the Research Information System (FODOK) page.
The Karl Popper Kolleg (KPK) is a research and doctoral institute founded by the University of Klagenfurt in 2015. The links between KPK and the University of Klagenfurt enable promising young researchers to collaborate in the long term with international researchers at the very cutting edge of their fields (scientists in residence).
Framework conditions for research
The University of Klagenfurt offers guidance to staff on how to make their research available through “open access”.
Good academic practice
The University of Klagenfurt has put in place a number of measures to ensure that the principles of good academic practice are observed.
The University of Klagenfurt is a member of the Wissenstransferzentrum Süd (WTZ) knowledge transfer centre. The university has put in place a number of different measures to facilitate knowledge transfer.