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03.04.2018

New Acting TUM-IAS Managing Director: Tatjana Steinberger

As of April 1, 2018, Tatjana Steinberger has taken over the position of an acting managing director of the TUM Institute for Advanced Study. Having served as a program manager of the TUM-IAS for the past eight years, no one can...[mehr]


27.03.2018

Antonia Wachter-Zeh receives the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Prize

We are happy to announce that TUM-IAS Rudolf Mößbauer Tenure Track Prof. Antonia Wachter-Zeh (TUM Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering), head of the TUM-IAS Focus Group "Coding for Communications and Data...[mehr]


22.02.2018

Kaye Morgan receives prestigious Phillip Law Postdoctoral Award

We are happy to announce that our TUM-IAS Hans Fischer Fellow Dr. Kaye Morgan won the 2017 Philip Law Postdoctoral Award for the Physical Sciences. This award is open to outstanding early-career researchers (in the area of the...[mehr]


22.02.2018

Breakthrough for peptide medication - The “Holy Grail” of peptide chemistry: Making peptide active agents available orally

Peptides, short amino acid chains that control many functions in the human body, represent a billion-dollar market, also in the pharmaceutical industry. But, normally these medications must be injected. A research team led by the...[mehr]


16.02.2018

Krishnendu Chakrabarty was awarded a Fellowship from JSPS in the “Short-term S: Nobel Prize Level” category

We are happy to announce that our TUM-IAS Hans Fischer Senior Fellow Professor Krishnendu Chakrabarty (William H. Younger Professor of Engineering at Duke University and chair of Duke’s Department of Electrical and Computer...[mehr]


15.12.2017

Camilla Hollanti receives Väisälä Prize in Mathematics

We are pleased to announce that our TUM-IAS Hans Fischer Fellow Professor Camilla Hollanti, who is currently on sabbatical leave from Aalto University, was awarded the Väisälä Prize in Mathematics. The prize is given to one to...[mehr]


13.12.2017

DNA origami technique enables the building of virus-sized structures

Using the DNA origami technology, Hendrik Dietz - TUM-IAS Carl von Linde Senior Fellow and Professor of Biomolecular Nanotechnology at TUM - has been building nanometer-scale objects for several years. Now Dietz and his team have...[mehr]


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