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A doctor talking to a patient
01/19/2023
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General practice: Roundtable project brings citizens and researchers together

Shaping medical research together

The TUM Institute of General Medicine and Health Services Research has launched a research roundtable. The objective: Helping members of the public at large better understand general medical research – while benefitting from their knowledge and experience at the same time. The next meeting of the roundtable in Munich is set for January 26, 2023; participation is open to anyone interested.

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Campus news Research Event
Entrance of the Hochschule für Politik
01/10/2023
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January 11: Chairman of the Munich Security Conference at TUM

Ukraine discussion with Christoph Heusgen

What is currently happening in Ukraine? What are the prospects for peace? Dr. Christoph Heusgen, Chairman of the Munich Security Conference, will join political scientists Prof. Nicole Deitelhoff and Prof. Tim Büthe on Wednesday January 11 in a public discussion of these topics. The event will also be available as a live stream.

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Research Event
11/29/2022
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Course offered for digital political communication

Understanding and applying Data Science in social media

No one can succeed in political communication without a fundamental understanding of data analysis. A new certificate course at the TUM Institute for LifeLong Learning will open up the world of data collected via social media accessible to those interested, even without special skills in IT or statistics.

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Artificial Intelligence Studies Event
Professor Tim Büthe
11/25/2022
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November 28: Public lecture on the current state of research

War and peace in Ukraine

What can researchers in international relations tell us about the causes of war and the possibilities for restoring peace? And how do these insights contribute to a better understanding of the war in Ukraine? Tim Büthe, a professor of international relations at the Hochschule für Politik at TUM, will provide an accessible overview of the current state of research on November 28 starting at 6 p.m. The event at the TUM Think Tank is open to the public and will also be live streamed.

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Research Event
11/23/2022
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The first TUM Student Club Fair: A Forum for engagement and exchange

TUM Student Clubs present themselves

Since “Akaflieg” was founded around 100 years ago, students at TUM have been involved in numerous initiatives. Today, there are more than 140 student groups at our university. They are dedicated to social causes and sustainability, to groundbreaking technologies and innovative entrepreneurship, or to the arts and intercultural dialogue. At the first TUM Student Club Fair, all members of the TUM family can experience this diversity: On November 29 and 30, student initiatives will present themselves at the Munich campus.

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Campus news Studies Event
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11/07/2022
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Idea competition celebrates its 10th anniversary

TUM IDEAward to be presented on November 24

For ten years now the TUM IDEAward has been honoring entrepreneurial ideas which address the challenges facing society while creating added value. The anniversary will be celebrated with a special event on November 24 from 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm: Guests can look forward to a varied program featuring pitches, presentations and opportunities for personal exchange. The event is driven by personal encounters and is being held in the university's Audimax main auditorium. Registrations are open as of right now.

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Campus news Entrepreneurship Event
10/25/2022
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KinderUni children's university visits TUM

Fascinating lectures for young researchers

Raising enthusiasm for science and instilling a passion for research is the declared objective of Munich's KinderUni children's university. The Technical University of Munich (TUM) has five lectures for KinderUni participants at the Technical University of Munich campus in downtown Munich as well as at the TUM Garching campus. The target group comprises children between the ages of seven and 12 years.

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Sustainability Studies Teaching Event
10/24/2022
Reading time: 10 Min.

Not to be missed: Service for students

Dates, offers, suggestions

Go on a mathematical online puzzle hunt, get to know Japanese companies or have lunch with the TUM President: Current offers, dates and ideas for our students.

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Campus news Studies Event
Elly Gotz
10/21/2022
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Elly Gotz will speak on October 26

Holocaust survivor to visit TUM

Elly Gotz (94), a survivor of the Kaufering concentration camp, relates experiences from his life. On October 26 at 11:30 am he will speak at the Munich Campus and take questions. The event will also be streamed live.

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Event
Prof. Klaus Diepold
10/13/2022
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Prof. Diepold on improvisation, creativity and Artificial Intelligence

"When AI produces amazing pictures, is it really art?"

On October 23, 2022, an improv theater evening entitled "Improvisation und Computer" will take place in the Theodor Fischer lecture hall. Admission is free for employees and students of TUM. In addition to the members of the Fastfood Theater, Klaus Diepold, Professor for Data Processing, will also take to the stage. In this interview he talks about whether or not Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be creative and how improvisation is connected to engineering sciences.

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Artificial Intelligence Campus news Teaching Event
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