TUM Mumbai – the liaison office for India

The prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology have been TUM's close partners in India since 2001. Since 2014, TUM Mumbai has been serving as an interface between TUM and India with its diverse opportunities in terms of research, education and innovation. The office establishes contacts with Indian stakeholders, supports Indo-German projects and initiatives, and regularly places TUM faculty members at international research events.

News and Insights from the TUM Mumbai liaison office

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TUM Mumbai Insights: “I consider myself a climate warrior” – Interview with alumna Snehal Munot

Snehal Munot graduated with a master's degree in Sustainable Resource Management from TUM in 2017. The TUM alumna has always been conscious about her surroundings and about the socio-environmental impacts of…

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TUM Mumbai: Great interest in sustainability projects with India at the TUM Global Week

It has been a busy few weeks starting from TUM Mumbai’s prelude session which captured the office’s services, events, and plans, leading right up to the TUM Global Week 2021. This year’s Global Week had a…

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TUM Mumbai Insights: India among the top twelve destinations worldwide for biotechnology

The biotech sector has become a key sector in India. Its potential to contribute to the country's economic growth and to increase the economic prosperity and health awareness of a population of more than one…

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TUM Mumbai: BayIND online seminar for young researchers features TUM doctoral candidate

As part of its researcher recruitment initiative, the Bavarian-Indian Center for Business and Academic Cooperation (BayIND) organized an online seminar to encourage young Indian researchers to choose Bavaria as…

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TUM Mumbai: Strong focus on sustainability at this year’s Indo-German Research Forum

This year's Indo-German Forum on March 16 and 17, 2021, addressed the multidimensional issue of urbanization and climate change. Numerous international experts from various disciplines participated to share…