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Bruno Buchberger

Franz Winkler

Peter Paule


RISC

Research Institute for Symbolic Computation
(Institut für Symbolisches Rechnen)

is an institute of the Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria.

[RISC image video],
[Double Page Folder], [20+ years of RISC: a 48 pages booklet].


Symbolic Computation is for us

  • algorithmic solutions of mathematical problems,
  • realization and analysis of algorithms via computer science,
  • applications in science, engineering, and industry.

A Short History of RISC:

  • 1987 founded by Prof. Bruno Buchberger,
  • 1989 moved to the Castle of Hagenberg,
  • 1999 new director Prof. Franz Winkler,
  • 2005 new full professor Prof. Peter Paule,
  • 2008 RISC celebrates its 20th anniversary,
  • 2009 new director Prof. Peter Paule,
  • 2013 opening of the RISC extension building.

Initiatives of RISC:


Bruno Buchberger explains the RISC logo


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