We are very delighted to announce that 14 new faces have joined the ranks of the TUM-IAS Fellows this year! For the first time, two Fellows are joining the TUM-IAS community as part of the new Philosopher in Residence Fellowship program which is financed by the TÜV Süd Foundation.
This time, the majority of our new Anna Boyksen, Albrecht Struppler, Hans Fischer, Hans Fischer Senior and Philosopher in Residence Fellows come from the United States of America and we look forward to welcoming other Fellows from Denmark, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom and Switzerland. The Fellows will be hosted by seven different TUM Schools located at the TUM campuses of Garching and Freising as well as the main campus in the city of Munich and the University Hospital Rechts der Isar.
Two Fellowships for scientists specialized in the fields of Digital Twin and Trustworthy AI have again been financed by the Siemens AG and one Fellowship in the research field of Artificial Intelligence for the Built Environment is funded by the TUM Georg Nemetschek Institute.
Albrecht Struppler Fellow
PD Dr. Michael Zech, University Hospital Rechts der Isar, Technical University of Munich
Host: Prof. Julien Gagneur, Computational Molecular Medicine, TUM School of Computation, Information and Technology
Anna Boyksen Fellows
Hans Fischer Fellows
Prof. Elizabeth Qian, Georgia Institute of Technology
Hosts: Prof. Daniel Straub, Dr. Iason Papaioannou, Engineering Risk Analysis, TUM School of Engineering and Design & Prof. Elisabeth Ullmann, Scientific Computing and Uncertainty Quantification, TUM School of Computation, Information and Technology
Hans Fischer Senior Fellows
Prof. Heather J. Kulik, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Hosts: Prof. Christopher J. Stein, Theoretical Chemistry & Prof. Jennifer L.M. Rupp, Solid-State Electrolyte Chemistry, TUM School of Natural Sciences
Philosopher in Residence Fellows
Prof. Roberto Giuntini, University of Cagliari
Hosts: Prof. Hans-Joachim Bungartz, Scientific Computing, TUM School of Computation, Information and Technology, Prof. Stefania Centrone, Philosophie und Wissenschaftstheorie, TUM School of Social Sciences and Technology & Prof. Klaus Mainzer, Philosophy and Philosophy of Science, TUM School of Education