Vaccinations are an important factor in containing the COVID-19 pandemic. TUM students and staff can now be vaccinated on a total of 5 dates in July without pre-registration at Munich and Garching Campus.
Earnings of top managers with DAX-listed companies in 2020 were lower for the third consecutive year, primarily due to a decrease in corporate profits and the bonuses that are linked to them. This was revealed in the annual study by the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and DSW, an advocacy group for private investors. The study concludes that closer alignment of executive compensation with long-term goals created the right incentives to manage the companies through the pandemic crisis.
Future technologies meet architectural history: This year the Technical University of Munich (TUM) will once again participate in the Kunstareal-Fest art festival with a number of contributions. Visitors will be able to try out digital construction technologies themselves and will discover the special architectural aspects of the Kunstareal museum district itself on guided tours.
In addition to chemical factors, mechanical influences play an important role in the natural growth of human organs such as kidneys, lungs and mammary glands – but also in the development of tumors. Now a research team at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has investigated the process in detail using organoids, three-dimensional model systems of such organs which are produced in the laboratory.
Why have stock prices rebounded so quickly during the pandemic? What insights have researchers gained on capital markets during the crisis? In this interview, Prof. Christoph Kaserer gives a preview of his public Covid-19 Lecture that he will give online on Wednesday, July 14 at 6:15 pm.
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the space flight concern ArianeGroup have signed a memorandum of understanding covering research, innovation and student education at the launch of the new building for the Department of Aerospace, Aeronautics and Geodesy on the TUM Ottobrunn campus.
After a semester that was once again dominated by the Corona pandemic, the examination phase will soon begin. In order to enable all students to participate as safely as possible, including in on-campus exams, TUM is making up to five free self-tests available to all of its students on a one-time basis from 14.07.2021.
Plants rotting in the soil are valuable for more than just compost. In fact, plant residues play a crucial role in keeping carbon in the soil, which is important for reducing the planet's CO2 emissions. This is the conclusion of a new study by researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and other institutions.
The rapid transformation of the working world and technological progress are creating a need for continuing education on a permanent basis. TUM has responded by establishing the TUM Institute for LifeLong Learning (TUM IL³). In this interview Prof. Claudia Peus, the founding director and the TUM Senior Vice President for Talent Management and Diversity, discusses the programs offered by TUM IL³.
The Sars-CoV-2 coronavirus can also affect the nervous system. Prof. Andrea Winkler and Prof. Paul Lingor, both from the Clinic and Polyclinic for Neurology at the Klinikum rechts der Isar of the Technical University of Munich, will provide information about acute and chronic effects in an online lecture on Wednesday, July 7, 6:15 pm. In advance, they give a little insight in this interview.
Climate crisis, sustainable development, digitalization - the challenges and opportunities for young engineers are enormous. How can they equip themselves for them? How do they best act in accordance with society's needs? And how do they become fit for the European labor market? Answers to these questions are provided by the EuroTeQ course offering for students, which was published yesterday.