TUM Global News

On this page you can find information about international events, further training offers from universities from all over the world, news on cooperative research projects and more. Also, you always get the latest news from TUM's representatives in Brussels, Mumbai, Beijing, San Francisco and São Paulo.

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TUM Brussels: Chips for Europe – building on our strengths

Semiconductors are at the center of a global technology race and the digital transformation of our world. Global supply is insufficient to meet the rapidly increasing demand. Since 2020, we have been experiencing a shortage of chips, in Europe and…

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TUM Ambassador Prof. David Lapola in Brazil: uncovering the secrets of the rainforest

The Amazon Rainforest covers an area half the size of the United States of America. It spreads over nine countries, with thousands of rivers running through it, and is home to countless species of animals and plants, only about 20 percent of which…

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TUM San Francisco: Opening ceremony of the newest German Center for Research and Innovation

At the beginning of the year, the German Center for Research and Innovation (DWIH) opened its sixth branch office worldwide in San Francisco. Due to Corona, the official ceremony had to be postponed. At the end of April, the time had finally come:…

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Welcome Services Newsletter for International Researchers – May 2022

It's getting warm again, we want to get out more – and May, appropriately enough, has plenty of leisure activities for that: For example, enjoy a leisurely stroll through the yard sales in Munich's diverse neighborhoods, savor vegan as well as meaty…

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EuroTeQ Collider: Web event Leave no waste behind – Towards a sustainable future

The EuroTeQ collider on the topic Leave no waste behind is in full swing. At an online event on May 11, you can learn more about how this challenge can be solved in cooperation between politics, industry, universities, and society and get first…

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TUM Beijing: Successful German Research Week in China

From April 17 to 23, the DAAD Beijing Office hosted the German Research Week, which was attended by more than 900 Chinese students and scientists. Representatives from a total of eleven Chinese and German institutions were invited to the virtual…

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Nepal Talks event at TUM: Interaction with Dr. Mahabir Pun

On May 9, students and alumni of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the LMU, on behalf of the organization Nepal Talks, cordially invite all interested parties to the info event Building nation through innovation at the main campus of TUM.…

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TUM and KNUST plan Cooperation Center in Ghana

The Technical University of Munich (TUM) and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology (KNUST) in Ghana are further expanding their partnership with plans to establish a joint TUM-KNUST Cooperation Center on the Kumasi campus. TUM star…

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Stay abroad via TUM without borders: Diving in Mexico, soccer in South Africa

Christopher Chvalina is studying sports science at TUM. Right now, he is in South Africa for an internship. He teaches soccer to children and young people from the townships near Cape Town. His journey however began in Mexico. Christopher's stays are…

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Event series with the TUM Graduate School: Funding opportunities for doctoral students for stays abroad

As part of a four-part virtual event series in April, the TUM Graduate School, the TUM Global & Alumni Office with the TUM Global liaison offices TUM São Paulo and TUM San Francisco, and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) will provide…