TUM Future Learning Initiative

Making full use of the creative potential of students to develop innovations for dynamic, future-oriented teaching – that is the goal of the TUM Future Learning Initiative (TFLI).

Numerous students have developed ideas, worked out proposals in teams or individually and found creative solutions for improvements in studies and teaching. 13 contributions made it to the final.

Until October 4, all students and employees of the TUM had the chance to select their favorites. Thank you for your vote!

The winners will be announced shortly.

See the pitch videos of all finalists here:

Download the proposals here:

BreakMore – Team Quintessence

Learning by Drawing – Felix Behrmann, Adrian Steffan

Open Innovation Challenge – Julian Dlugosch

Sustainable Living Lab – Veronica Becker, Florian Kotthoff, Daniel Maugg

TUMscape Synergizer – Benjamin Degenhart

Game Oriented Teaching – Shyam Rangarajan

Moral Video Games – Maximilian Braun, Clara Valdes-Stauber

Programming Language Center – Christian Graßmann, Gerassimos Kolaitis

StoryTUMing – Benjamin Degenhart

TUM Honor Code – Habib Sellami

Visualization Hub – Matthias Baur, Severin Böhmer, Paul Engstler, Benedikt Goderbauer, Benedict Gruber, Bernhard Hausleitner, Julian Lachner, Paul Oppenrieder, Elia Zonta