Events


Due to the fact that all major events are prohibited in Bavaria until at least October because of Covid-19, the SoTiC symposium will be postponed by one year to September 2021. For further information please... [mehr]


Sonntag, 27. September 2020, 11:00 Uhr Sprecherin: Prof. Dr. Laura Fabbietti, Experimentalphysik (E12) – Physik der Hadronen und Kerne Titel: Per Aspera ad Astra: Von Beschleunigern zu Neutronensternen und... [mehr]


On October 28th, Prof. Dr. Gregor Kemper (TUM Department of Mathematics) will give a talk entitled “A Drone Can Hear the Shape of a Room”. Can walls and flat surfaces be recognized using sound waves?... [mehr]


On November 4th, Dr. Anthoula Papageorgiou (TUM Department of Physics) will give a talk entitled “Pretty with a Twist – Complex, Porous, Chiral Nano-Patterns Arise from a Simple Linear Building Block”.... [mehr]


On November 11th, Prof. Dr. Gordon Cheng (TUM Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering) will give a talk entitled “Solving Hard Problems with Neuroengineering: Sensitive Robots are Safer”. Sensitive... [mehr]


On November 18th, Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Ludwig (TUM Department of Architecture) will give a talk entitled “Living Bridges: How Traditional Indian Building Techniques Can Make Modern Cities More Climate-Friendly”.... [mehr]


Sonntag, 22. November 2020, 11:00 Uhr Sprecherin: Prof. Dr. Daniel Cremers, Professur für Bildverarbeitung und Künstliche Intelligenz Titel: Vergangenheit und Zukunft der künstlichen Intelligenz In seinem... [mehr]


On November 25th, Prof. Dr. Oliver Lieleg (TUM Department of Mechanical Engineering) will give a talk entitled “Artificial DNA Can Control Release of Active Ingredients from Hydrogels”. Lieleg and his team have... [mehr]


On December 2nd, Prof. Dr. Sherry Suyu (TUM Department of Physics) will give a talk entitled “New Measurement of the Universe’s Expansion Rate Using Cosmic Lenses”. Knowing the precise value for the Hubble... [mehr]