• Video: 150 years TUM

    Film about the anniversary year

    Since 1868 Technical University of Munich is shaping the future. Now we are looking back at our eventful anniversary year. TUM thanks all contributors, who helped and took part.

  • Alumni Sami Haddadin

    awarded with Leibniz Prize

    The German Research Foundation has awarded the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize to TUM Alumnus Sami Haddadin, Professor of Robotics and Systems Intelligence at TUM. As most important German science prize it is endowed with 2.5 million euros.

  • TUM Ambassador 

    will hold Nobel Lecture

    TUM Ambassador, Dr. René-Jean Essiambre, will hold the Nobel Lecture for Arthur Ashkinden, the Nobel Prize winner in Physcis of 2018.

  • Pianist and Engineer

    Sylvia Dankesreiter

    Engineer in the morning, family in the afternoon, piano practice or concert performance in the evening. TUM Alumna Sylvia Dankesreiter has been an enthusiastic musician since childhood.

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    Get in touch!

At home in the TUM Network

Did you study or complete your doctorate at TUM? Currently, there are already more than 67,000 TUM alumni and students who benefit from the TUM network, which will accompany them throughout their lives.

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TUM Alumni

Prof. Dr. Cornelia Höß

was the third female medical superintendent of a gynaecological department in Bavaria: for years she has been sharing her experience in the TUM Mentoring Programme for Students by Alumni with joy and commitment. Read the full story!
Graphic: ediundsepp

Graphic: ediundsepp