TUM San Francisco - the liaison office for North America

Since 2015, TUM San Francisco has been promoting TUM's research and innovation topics in North America and intensifying TUM's relationships with top U.S. and Canadian institutions. The liaison office keeps the TUM community informed about trends in higher education and developments in research and industry in North America.  As the first point of contact for TUM researchers and staff, the office supports transatlantic projects and establishes contact with local stakeholders.

News and Insights from the TUM San Francisco liaison office

TUM San Francisco: The future of global innovation collaborations in the Bay Area

San Francisco street life scene

In May, the Bay Area Council Economic Institute released a major report on the future of innovation collaborations in the Bay Area. To mark the… [read more]

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

TUM representatives at the opening of DWIH in San Francisco

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… [read more]

TUM San Francisco: Productive exchange between German Hub and Stanford German Students Association

Participants of the exchange between Stanford German Student Association and members of the German Hub in San Francisco

On February 25, Oliver Schramm, German Consul General in San Francisco, hosted a meeting for the Stanford University German Student Association (SGSA)… [read more]

TUM San Francisco: Alumni Chat with Enrique Lin Shiao

Screenshot des Zoom-Calls mit TUM-Alumnus Enrique Lin Shiao

Professional success, DNA research, and passionate commitment to science - three topics in which Enrique Lin Shiao is well versed. On November 9,… [read more]

TUM San Francisco: Global Dialogue Series event gives insights into entrepreneurial success

Screenshot of the Zoom call with all participants

Should you take your startup international? When is the best time? How do you do it? On October 28, four experts from academia, business, and the Bay… [read more]