TUM Global Events

On this page, you can learn more about events organized by the TUM Global & Alumni Office together with strategic partners as well as about the events of our liaison officers in Brussels, Mumbai, Beijing, San Francisco, and São Paulo. Moreover, the TUM G&A invites TUM's international representatives and all interested parties of our university to the virtual information series TUM Global Spotlights – an informal, 30-minute exchange in German about news from TUM's international network.


10.30 a.m. – 12 noon (CET)

With this webinar, we offer a detailed insight into the Pathfinder call of the European Innovation Council (EIC). Participants will receive background information on the basic idea of the program along with details on the calls for 2023 as well as advice on how to write an EIC application.

Registration is required for the webinar. Please send us an e-mail to receive the link to the registration form.

The full agenda can be found on the EuroTech website.


Virtual conference organized by DAAD India

In 2023, TUM Mumbai will again participate in this annual international conference organised by the DAAD. The conference will focus on internationalisation of higher education and will be held online from March1 – 3, 2023. It will provide a networking platform for higher education institutions from India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal,Sri Lanka Germany and other European countries to connect with each other. There will be multiple panel sessions to explore cooperation models and focus on bilateral, multilateral, inter-institutional cooperations and strategic partnerships.

We encourage TUM researchers to register for this event as an opportunity to network with potential collaborators from the Indian subcontinent and beyond.

Kindly register here. If you have any further queries relating to this event, please contact Ms. Mohaa Vyas, Senior Regional Manager India, on mumbai@tum.de.

Hybrid conference organized by DWIH New Delhi

This year's Indo-German forum is aimed at scientists, decision-makers and experts from India and Germany who would like to gain insights into current research projects from various disciplines on the topic of sustainable urban mobility. The focus will be on governance, mobility solutions, resilience and green energy generation, supply and efficiency. Organized by DWIH, the conference serves as a wonderful discussion platform for all those who wish to exchange ideas on this topic area.

Two TUM professors will participate in panel discussions on the intriguing and highly topical theme of Sustainable Urban Mobility:

March 22
Prof. Miranda Schreurs: Session 1: Fire-Side Chat – The energy transition and the role of sustainable urban mobility

March 23
Professor Constantinos Antoniou: Panel Discussion – Future integrated mobility and energy systems

Registration will be open in January 2023 via the DWIH New Delhi event website, where you will also find further program details.
If you have any questions, please contact Mohaa Vyas, TUM Mumbai.


As part of our TUM.Africa Talent program, this Expert Talk by TUM Brussels will focus on program applications under Horizon Europe with African partner institutions and will provide some Dos and Don’ts to help prepare a quality proposal.

Horizon Europe is the EU’s key funding program for research and innovation, thus it provides excellent, but highly competitive funding opportunities for the next years (2021-2027). The program targets research in the areas of health, environment, transport and digital transformation with the overarching goal to build a knowledge- and innovation-based society and a competitive economy, while contributing to sustainable development.

The event will take place on April 26, 1:00 – 3:30 p.m. We invite all interested parties to register  for the online event “Horizon Europe and African Partners – Introduction to the EU Research Funding Program and Tricks for Your Successful Application”.



Every year, TUM Global Week offers an interactive exchange platform on international experiences and cooperations as well as current global topics for the entire TUM family.

Through information events, panel discussions, workshops and more, students, doctoral candidates, scientists, administrative staff, alumni and partners can discover the global opportunities and activities of TUM, engage themselves and thus actively shape the expansion of TUM's internationalization. Details of the 2023 program will follow