Technical University of Munich

Technical University of Munich

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Location: München - Bayern
Arcisstraße 21, 80333 München

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’We don’t want to get rid of the car’

Transport - Jun 26
Transport

NewIn: Allister Loder. As a professor of mobility policy, Allister Loder is studying a topic of great current interest - but one that stirs up strong emotions. In the new issue of NewIn, he explains how an engineer ended up working in the social sciences, what Munich could learn from London, and how he plans to learn more about people's everyday mobility needs.

Health - Jun 25

Center for Child and Adolescent Health launched

Health

TUM part of newest German Center for Health Research.

Health - Jun 21

Insight into the molecular mechanisms of ALS

Health

Newly discovered subtypes and sex differences create new approaches for drugs. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, ALS for short, is a mysterious neurodegenerative disease that is almost always fatal.

Physics - Jun 19

Administrative Court confirms lawful operation of the FRM II

Physics

Victory against the Bund Naturschutz lawsuit. The Bavarian Administrative Court has confirmed the legality of the operation of the FRM II research reactor.

Innovation - Jun 18

Robotics Institute Germany established

Innovation

Ministry of Education and Research funds top robotics consortium in Germany.

Environment - Jun 17

Understanding the Green Sahara’s Collapse

TUM Scientists Develop New Method for Early Detection of Climate Tipping Points. Abrupt shifts within complex systems such as the Earth's climate system are extremely hard to predict.

Politics - Jun 14

Impact of Russian social media campaigns less pronounced than often assumed

Politics

War-related disinformation most effective among conspiracy-minded people.

Environment - Jun 12

’A grand festival of sustainability’

Environment

TUM Sustainability Day 2024 at the Garching Research Campus. Sustainability is not a buzzword at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) but a serious mission.

Microtechnics - Jun 25

Transmitting the sense of touch via the Internet

Microtechnics

Compression standard for haptics published. What JPEG, MP3 and MPEG are for images, audio and video, haptic codecs are for transmitting the sense of touch via the Internet.

From two images to a 3D object

Computer Science

New, more precise 3D reconstructions for autonomous driving and preservation of cultural artefacts.

Physics - Jun 19

A ’Quantum’ Insight

Physics

Special exhibition 'Light and Matter' makes quantum physics tangible.

Mathematics - Jun 18

German students rank middle of the pack in creative thinking

Mathematics

PISA study. The creative thinking ability of 15-year-olds in Germany corresponds to the OECD average.

Sport - Jun 14

’Soccer is still a chaotic game’

Sport

Sport informatics professor Daniel Link on data analysis at the European Championship. Prof. Daniel Link uses artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze sports games.

Research Management - Jun 13

’The most important foundation of our work is trust’

Research Management

Good scientific practice.

TUM commemorates Prof. Friedrich L. Bauer

Computer Science

Father of informatics in Germany.



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