How does TUM function as a modern scientific enterprise and one of the leading universities in Europe? Our university is organized in a dynamic structure geared towards the challenges of the future. Change is our only constant.
Schools and departments form the academic foundation of our university, connected by integrative research institutes at the interfaces between disciplines. Through system-integrative networking in the course of our extensive TUM Agenda 2030 structural reforms, we are building a matrix organization for innovation in research and teaching.
- Center for Functional Protein Assemblies (CPA)
- Catalysis Research Center (CRC)
- Research Neutron Source Heinz Maier-Leibnitz (FRM II)
- Institute for Food & Health (ZIEL)
- Central Institute for Translational Cancer Research (TranslaTUM)
- Walter Schottky Institute – Center for Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials (WSI)
- World Agricultural Systems Center – Hans Eisenmann-Forum for Agricultural Sciences (HEZ)
To help make their projects a success, our scientists and guests have access to an outstanding technical infrastructure.
Our unrivaled research and teaching profile is rounded out and completed by close institutional partnerships.