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

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TUM San Francisco: Science Course for Journalists "Data - Resource of the Future?"

As part of the science course for journalists entitled "Diving into Science", organized and conducted by the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina and the Robert Bosch Stiftung on the topic of "Data -…

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TUM San Francisco: TUM students awarded for fastest pod design in SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition

WARR Hyperloop Team from Munich wins in Los Angeles: All of the hard work has paid off. A team of students from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) was one of two European university groups to win top…

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TUM San Francisco: Transatlantic ties then and now

TUM San Francisco, together with the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), organized its first joint New Year’s Reception on January 19th, 2017 at the German Consulate General in San Francisco. The event was…

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TUM San Francisco: An environmental entrepreneur to develop a unique sustainable energy solution

Alumni Experience Stories: The Power of Ocean Waves: Marcus Lehmann was picked for the 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 list for energy. He is the project lead of CalWave, an effort to harness ocean waves to generate…

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TUM San Francisco: Professor Thomas Auer to spur transatlantic academic exchange

Energy Efficiency Innovation Seminars 2016 in California and Oregon: To inspire the next generation of architects and engineers, urban planners and construction managers, Professor Thomas Auer, chair for…