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...[more]


Spotting Fake Videos with Artificial Intelligence – Prof. Matthias Niessner Developed a New Algorithm

Today it is often no longer possible to distinguish between real and faked video content just by looking. To help users know for sure whether politicians have actually said what they appear to say in online video clips, Prof....[more]


TUM Distinguished Affiliated Professorship for Joachim Frank – Nobel Laureate in Chemistry receives honorary title from his Alma Mater

Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Prof. Joachim Frank was appointed Distinguished Affiliated Professor of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) yesterday. He also gave a ceremonial address and a lecture for students of his alma...[more]


TEDx talk by Alumna Hans Fischer Fellow Prof. Yana Bromberg

“The big YOU – defining “you” on a microbial level”: TEDx talk by Alumna Hans Fischer Fellow Prof. Yana Bromberg Every one of us is an individual – a unique and discrete entity, mostly separate and independent of its...[more]


Eleven New TUM-IAS Fellows Announced

TUM-IAS is proud to announce that eleven new Fellows will be joining our community! The new Hans Fischer and Hans Fischer Senior Fellows come from institutions in Australia, Brazil, China, Israel, Italy, the UK, the US, and...[more]


Labeling Proteins with Ubiquitin by Rudolf Mößbauer Tenure Track Professor Kathrin Lang Paves New Road to Cell Regulation Research

Human cells have a sophisticated regulatory system at their disposal: labeling proteins with the small molecule ubiquitin. In a first, a team around the Rudolf Mößbauer Tenture Track Professor Kathrin Lang has succeeded in...[more]


Carl von Linde Senior Fellow Prof. Daniel Cremers a Member of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities

Carl von Linde Senior Fellow and TUM-IAS Host Prof. Daniel Cremers (Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition) has been elected a member of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities. With this, the members of the Academy...[more]

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