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NewIn: Anne Tryba

Entrepreneurship is more than start-ups

Many problems can be solved with an entrepreneurial mindset and approach. Prof. Anne Tryba is conducting research into how this ability can be taught. In this issue of NewIn, she discusses what this has to do with the concerns of many students and her own experiences.

Community Entrepreneurship Research Studies
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Don't miss: Service for students

Dates, offers, suggestions

Attend a Cantonese trial lesson, take part in the campus run, learn more about intercultural communication: Current offers, dates and ideas for our students.

Community Campus news Studies
Master's student Nektarios Totikos in Boston

Portrait of Master's student Nektarios Totikos

"Education can work wonders"

Studying at TUM and writing his Master's thesis at MIT was not a given for Nektarios Totikos, who spent part of his childhood and youth in youth welfare facilities. What got him so far? Intelligence, hard work and a great deal of perseverance.

Community Artificial Intelligence Studies
Dr.-Ing. Alexander Braun, TUM's Senior Vice President for digitalization and IT systems
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Digitalization at TUM

"We don't want to send around pieces of paper anymore"

"Together, we want to embrace this digitalization journey, empowering each member of our university’s administration and science management to work more efficiently." The clear statement on the new website is accompanied by a call for every individual at TUM to commit to the journey. TUMcampus spoke with Senior Vice President Dr.-Ing. Alexander Braun, who has been in charge of digitalization since January 2022.

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NewIn: Katja Thoring

How work environments shape creativity

In this episode of "NewIn", we introduce Prof. Katja Thoring. At the intersection of product, space, architecture and technology, she explores how work environments influence creativity in a variety of ways.

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Support for 1005 students

New record for Deutschlandstipendium scholarships at TUM

The success story of the Deutschlandstipendien at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) continues. With 1005 scholarships, the number has reached four figures for the first time in the winter semester of 2023/2024. The number of sponsors has also continued to rise: This year, there are 127. Since the start in 2011, almost 8000 students at TUM have received this financial support; this corresponds to a total funding volume of 28.8 million euros.

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In the vacuum chamber at the Walther Meißner Institute metal atoms are precisely deposited on silicon wafers. The resulting thin metal layers are the basis for tiny superconductive circuits which act as qubits.

Latest highlights from university life

New issue of the "TUMcampus" magazine

Join us on a journey into the world of quantum physics, where researchers are developing fast quantum computers and highly sensitive sensors. We also introduce a founding team that wants to produce sustainable and climate-friendly building materials from hops. And Vice President Alexander Braun explains in an interview, how TUM is becoming a data-driven university.

Community Campus news
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A new era for medicine and health

TUM School of Medicine and Health opened

As part of its TUM AGENDA 2030, funded by the Excellence Strategy of the Federal Government and the Länder, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has opened the TUM School of Medicine and Health at a ceremony. It combines the former Faculties of Medicine and Sport and Health Sciences. It aims to leverage brand-building synergy potential for the future of prevention, diagnosis, therapy, and rehabilitation.

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AStA chair Lukas Frias Santos provides an insight into the activities of the Student Representation

Working in the students’ interests

Whether it’s committee work, sustainability projects or the legendary festivals on campus – the commitment of TUM’s Student Representation is vital for the university. In student bodies, the TUM Student Council, the General Students’ Committee (AStA), and university boards, students work tirelessly for the interests of their fellows, and for a vibrant campus life. Lukas Frias Santos gives an insight into their work.

Community Campus news Studies
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Bertermann's painting "Convergence" was donated to TUM

Combining science and art

Alumnus, architect, and artist Claus Bertermann has donated a three-part painting to the Technical University of Munich (TUM). The abstract composition is entitled "Convergence" and stands for the connection between art and science, as Bertermann explained at the handover. He wanted to express his gratitude to TUM, where he graduated in architecture in 1993.

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