Prof. Alexander Hübner and Prof. Clemens Thielen are conducting research on resource management and optimization processes at the TUM Campus Straubing. The topic has taken on decisive significance for the healthcare sector in the course of the pandemic. In an interview the two researchers share some insights on their Covid-19 lecture “Personnel Deployment and Bed Planning in the Hospital”, to be held on June 9.
An international collaboration of scientists at institutions including Technische Universität München, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg and Centro de Fisica de Materiales have been named the winner of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s new Materials Chemistry Division Horizon Prize: Stephanie L Kwolek Award.
“I truly believe that diversity in backgrounds, countries, and trainings enables new inputs that spur research and makes it more fruitful and exciting.”
Professor Claudia Doblinger, who leads the Innovation and Technology Management Professorship at TUM Campus Straubing for Biotechnology and Sustainability, and is one of the members of the Center for Life Science Management & Policy, discusses her team’s research and teaching priorities.
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) will launch five new degree programs in the upcoming winter semester. TUM is expanding its course offerings in the new Department of Aerospace and Geodesy as well as in the interdisciplinary field of management, technology and sustainability.
The circular economy can have a decisive impact on Germany achieving its climate, resource conservation and sustainability targets. The Circular Economy Initiative Deutschland has now published recommendations for policy makers, the private sector and researchers. Prof. Magnus Fröhling of the TUM Campus Straubing for Biotechnology and Sustainability is part of this initiative. In this interview he explains how a circular economy can get underway.