This week, a cohort of our Master students visited the Lidl warehouse in Straubing, a hub managing logistics for 81 stores and offering nearly the complete range of products. The visit gave us detailed insights into the in- and outbound processes and order picking, providing a firsthand understanding of its operational challenges.
The TUM Campus Straubing is international! Following the success of the TUMCS International Day, another cultural event highlighted the campus’ diversity. On Friday, 10 November 2023, the Diwali fest was celebrated on campus. Diwali, the festival of lights, is the most significant holiday for Hindus, similar to how Christmas is celebrated in Western cultures.
What are food producers doing to keep shelves full despite rising energy and capital costs? What makes food logistics more difficult? These and other questions were discussed by food producers and over 150 students and researchers from seven universities in an online workshop.
Pallabi Bhuyan, Postdoc at Prof Marc Ledendecker’s Professorship of Sustainable Energy Materials, is one of the first people at TUM Campus Straubing (TUMCS) to receive a Humboldt Fellowship. In this interview, Pallabi talks about the fellowship, another award she received in India and her research here in Straubing.
The TUM Campus Straubing (TUMCS) for Biotechnology and Sustainability said farewell to its graduates in a ceremony on Friday. More than 90 Bachelor’s and Master’s students received a certificate and a sustainable mini city tower as a small gift from the hands of Rector Prof. Volker Sieber, Vice-Rector Prof. Anja Faße and Dean of Studies Prof. Cordt Zollfrank.
On Monday, 23 October 2023, the Straubing Sustainability Talks will take place for the first time at the TUM Campus Straubing (TUMCS) – a new joint format of the Hochschulstadt Straubing e.V. and the TUM Campus. The central topic of the colloquium is dealing with CO2 and what mankind can do to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.