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The application period for this year’s Call for Fellowships expired by the end of October 2020. This time, the TUM Institute for Advanced Study invited applications for Fellowships in the following categories of... [mehr]


TUM Innovation Networks aim to foster innovative, high-risk, high-gain research projects spanning multiple disciplines. They are a central element of our institutional strategy, TUM Agenda 2030. The teams who... [mehr]


We are proud to announce that eight new members have joined the Advisory Council of the TUM Institute for Advanced Study. A warm welcome to: Prof. Hendrik Dietz, Chair of Biomolecular Nanotechnology   Prof.... [mehr]


We are proud to announce that our TUM-IAS Annual Report 2019 is online and available as pdf-file! As in the last years, the report presents the Institute’s work of the past years: new Fellows and familiar... [mehr]


Food for thought for the time after Corona The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic confronts the international community with cross-border challenges of historic proportions. As a result, the world is undergoing a fundamental... [mehr]


We are very pleased to announce that 14 new faces have joined the ranks of the TUM-IAS Fellows! This time, the majority of our new Anna Boyksen, Hans Fischer, Hans Fischer Senior, and Rudolf Diesel Industry... [mehr]


We are proud to announce that Hans Fischer Fellow Dr. Luca Magri (University of Cambridge) has been awarded the prestigious ERC Starting Grant for his project PhyCo. In this project, he will combine machine... [mehr]


A digital twin is a digital replica of a real-world physical entity (El Saddik 2018). The concept is already widely used in the manufacturing sector. In the built environment sector, digital twins are gradually... [mehr]


Soils play a major role when it comes to the long-term storage of CO2 and the resulting reduction of this gas in the atmosphere – therefore they can contribute to slowing down climate change. In order to gain a... [mehr]


Eleftheria Zeggini has been appointed to the Chair of Translational Genomics at the TUM School of Medicine as Liesel Beckmann Professor. The university is awarding the professorship, named after its first female... [mehr]