Wednesday Coffee Talks

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Wednesday Coffee Talks will be streamed online.

Professor Michael Molls and the TUM-IAS team invite the scientists of TUM and their guests for a virtual coffee each Wednesday. Just log in to the TUM-IAS Coffee Talk - Zoom after lunch between 1:00–2:00 pm and have a virtual coffee with us, meet other scientists and listen to a short talk (10-15 mins) on a recent major TUM publication or issue – aimed specifically at a non-expert audience.

Would you like to receive regular updates on the Wednesday Coffee Talk and the Zoom link?
Just send a short note to events@ias.tum.de!

Upcoming Wednesday Coffee Taks

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]


On December 9th, Prof. Dr. Stephan Sieber (TUM Department of Chemistry) will give a talk entitled “Weak Spot in Pathogenic Bacteria – ClpX-ClpP Protein Complex Could be Starting Point for New Antibiotics”.... [mehr]


On December 16, Prof. Wilhelm Windisch (Animal Nutrition) will discuss if we could do without livestock. Climate change, the increase of the world population and urbanization are great challenges for world... [mehr]


On January 13th, Prof. Dr. Christoph Lütge (TUM School of Governance, Education and Management) will give a talk entitled “Making AI Trustworthy: the TUM Institute for Ethics in AI”. In October 2019, the... [mehr]


On January 20th, Prof. Dr. Matthias Feige (TUM Department of Chemistry) will give a talk entitled “Interleukin Biogenesis: Understanding and Engineering the Language of Immune Cells”. Professor Feige and his... [mehr]


On January 27th, Prof. Dr. Thomas Fässler (TUM Department of Chemistry) will give a talk entitled “New Synthesis Approach for Soluble Silicon Clusters – Anticipating Silicon Solar Cells with Significantly... [mehr]


Past Wednesday Coffee Talks

Medications often have unwanted side-effects. One reason is that they reach not only the unhealthy cells for which they are intended, but also reach and have an impact on healthy cells. Researchers at the... [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]


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 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]


Professor Ernst Rank and the TUM-IAS team invite the scientists of TUM and their guests for coffee each Wednesday. Just come over to the TUM-IAS after lunch between 1:00–2:00 pm and have a coffee with us, meet... [mehr]


Professor Ernst Rank and the TUM-IAS team invite the scientists of TUM and their guests for coffee each Wednesday. Just come over to the TUM-IAS after lunch between 1:00–2:00 pm and have a coffee with us, meet... [mehr]


Professor Ernst Rank and the TUM-IAS team invite the scientists of TUM and their guests for coffee each Wednesday. Just come over to the TUM-IAS after lunch between 1:00–2:00 pm and have a coffee with us, meet... [mehr]


Professor Ernst Rank and the TUM-IAS team invite the scientists of TUM and their guests for coffee each Wednesday. Just come over to the TUM-IAS after lunch between 1:00–2:00 pm and have a coffee with us, meet... [mehr]


Professor Ernst Rank and the TUM-IAS team invite the scientists of TUM and their guests for coffee each Wednesday. Just come over to the TUM-IAS after lunch between 1:00–2:00 pm and have a coffee with us, meet... [mehr]


Professor Ernst Rank and the TUM-IAS team invite the scientists of TUM and their guests for coffee each Wednesday. Just come over to the TUM-IAS after lunch between 1:00–2:00 pm and have a coffee with us, meet... [mehr]