News

08.09.2016

TUM-IAS Fellow Prof. Bernhard Schrefler was re-elected as a member of the IUTAM Bureau

Hans Fisher Senior Fellow, awarded by the TÜV SÜD Foundation, Prof. Bernhard Schrefler (University of Padova), recently commenced his second term as a member of the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (IUTAM)...[more]


29.08.2016

TUM-IAS Hans Fischer Fellow Klaus Kästner and TUM-IAS Host Matthias Tschöp receive prestigious awards of the Endocrine Society

TUM-IAS Hans Fischer Senior Fellow Professor Klaus Kaestner receives the Roy O. Greep Award for Outstanding Research. This annual award recognizes meritorious contributions to research in endocrinology. Klaus Kästner combined...[more]


29.08.2016

TUM-IAS Rudolf Mößbauer Professor Matthias Feige elucidates quality assurance mechanisms within cells

TUM-IAS Rudolf Mößbauer Tenure Track Professor Matthias Feige, member of the TUM-IAS Focus Group Cellular Protein Biochemistry, and an international team of researchers were able to elucidate the mechanisms, which ensure that...[more]


18.08.2016

Research Group of TUM-IAS Host Matthias Tschöp discovers a brain sugar switch

A team of researchers lead by TUM-IAS host Prof. Matthias Tschöp recently published a manuscript with the title “Astrocytic insulin signaling couples brain glucose uptake with nutrient availability” in the high-impact journal...[more]


26.07.2016

Die ZEIT article introduces interdisciplinary work at TUM-IAS

The German weekly newspaper Die ZEIT published an article about interdisciplinary research at TUM-IAS in their last issue. They talked to TUM-IAS PhD student Regine Gradl about her work within the TUM-IAS Focus Group Phase...[more]


21.12.2015

TUM-IAS Fellows among Thomson Reuters’ Highly Cited Researchers 2015

Hans Fischer Fellow Prof. Alessandro Reali (Università degli Studi di Pavia; Focus Group Computational Mechanics: Geometry and Numerical Simulation) and Hans Fischer Senior Fellow Prof. Jane McKeating (University of Birmingham;...[more]


18.12.2015

Research news: Pinpoint targeting instead of shotgun approach

Integrins help cells communicate with and adapt to their environment. Also cancer cells depend on their properties to survive and spread throughout the body. Now TUM-IAS Carl von Linde Senior Fellow Horst Kessler, doctoral...[more]