Our magazines and other publications
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- 20 years Walter Schottky Institut (PDF 10 MB; in German)
- FRM II: Neutrons for the world – 2019 (PDF 8,3 MB; in German)
- FRM II: Research with neutrons – 2009 (PDF 4,6 MB; in German)
- TUM Institute for Advanced Study – Annual Report (website with download links)
- Raitenhaslach – place of meeting and science (PDF 8,6 MB; in German)
- Science from Weihenstephan – from Benediktinerkloser to Life Science-Campus (PDF 13 MB; in German)
- TUM School of Life Sciences Weihenstephan (PDF 1,8 MB; in German)
- Zukunftscampus Garching (PDF 5,6 MB; in German)
- Wolfgang A. Herrmann (ed.), Technische Universität München. Die Geschichte eines Wissenschaftsunternehmens (2006) [The history of a science-driven enterprise]. Authors: Martin Pabst und Margot Fuchs. Permalink: university library catalogue
- TUM during the Third Reich (PDF 1,5 MB; in German)
- More research published by the university archive
Michael Molls et al. (Eds.): Wissenschaft, Vernunft, Nachhaltigkeit. Denkanstöße für die Zeit nach Corona (Series: TUM Forum Sustainability). Technical University of Munich 2020. Further details and download (in German)
- mediaTUM: the university's document and publications server – e.g. for PhD theses (beginning 2008)
- University bibliography:All scientific publications from TUM (beginning 1970)
- Peer reviewed journals (search in databases): "Scopus" lists 8,569 for 2019 articles, conference papers and reviews from members of the university
- Publishing your research: Learn how we support our scientists to publish their research