Scientific cooperation with the People's Republic of China is an essential building block in TUM's global networking, even though complex framework conditions and geopolitical tensions are increasingly shaping the scope for cooperation.
At the China Round Table, among other things, we shed light on the science-policy implications of the German government's new China strategy. In addition, there will be information on current China activities within TUM as well as the possibility to exchange insights and for discussion. The meeting is open for registration for all TUM employees.
Please register by sending an e-mail to Birgit Reinbold.
The detailed program as well as the Zoom dial-in details will be sent to all registered persons at the beginning of October.