Former Carl von Linde Senior Fellow Professor Ingrid Kögel-Knabner to receive prestigious German Environmental Award

With a remuneration of 500,000 € it is the most lucrative environmental prize in Europe. Professor Kögel-Knabner was a Carl von Linde Senior Fellow at the TUM Institute for Advanced Study in 2011. [mehr]


ERC Grants for TUM-IAS Fellows Boekhoven, Knap and Cremers

TUM-IAS is proud to announce that Rudolf Mößbauer Tenure Track Professors Job Boekhoven (Supramolecular Chemistry) and Michael Knap (Collective Quantum Dynamics) have both been awarded an ERC Starting Grant; TUM-IAS Carl von...[mehr]


Direct toxic action of beta-amyloid identified by a team around Carl von Linde Senior Alumnus Professor Arthur Konnerth – Cause of early cellular dysfunction in Alzheimer’s disease recognized for the first time

Hyperactive neurons in specific areas of the brain are believed to be an early perturbation in Alzheimer's disease. For the first time, a team around Carl von Linde Senior Alumnus Professor Arthur Konnerth was able to...[mehr]


Light in the Nanoworld – Quantum Light Sources Pave the Way for Optical Circuits

An international team headed up by Professor Alexander Holleitner and Professor Jonathan Finley and Rudolf Mößbauer Tenure Track Assistant Professor Michael Knap, physicists at the TUM, has succeeded in placing light sources...[mehr]


Call for Applications: Anna Boyksen, Hans Fischer, Hans Fischer Senior and Rudolf Diesel Industry Fellowships

TUM-IAS hereby invites applications for Fellowships in the following categories of its Fellowship program: Anna Boyksen Fellowships for outstanding scientists from outside TUM who intend to explore gender- and diversity-relevant...[mehr]


Successful T cell engineering with gene scissors

The idea of genetically modifying a patient’s own immune cells and deploying them against infections and tumors has been around since the 1980s. But to this day modified T cells are still not as effective as natural T cells and...[mehr]


What is the perfect quantum theory? Artificial neural network resolves puzzles from condensed matter physics

For some phenomena in quantum many-body physics several competing theories exist. But which of them describes a quantum phenomenon best? A team of researchers from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and Harvard University...[mehr]

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