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A Digital Summer Semester 2020 – New Formats and Innovative Tools

A Digital Summer Semester 2020 – New Formats and Innovative Tools

Students at the TUM School of Management have coped quite well with the switch to digital learning formats for this past summer semester. How about our professors? How have they adapted to online teaching? What particular challenges came with the transition to online tools, and how did their lectures differ from their regular lectures on-site? We asked some of our professors at TUM School of Management.

Die Zukunft des digitalen Studiums hat begonnen – BMW spendet eine Million Euro für Digitalisierung der Lehre an der TUM

Die Technische Universität München (TUM) ist ins Sommersemester gestartet, das aufgrund der Corona-Pandemie weitgehend online stattfinden wird. Damit alle Studierenden nahtlos weiter studieren können, hat die TUM kurzfristig die digitale Lehre massiv ausgebaut. TUM Partners of Excellence und Privatpersonen unterstützen die TUM dabei, die Fortentwicklung digitaler Lehr- und Prüfungsformate sowie den Aufbau virtueller Labore zu beschleunigen.

International researchers and industry experts visiting for “Future of Retail Operations” workshop

International researchers and industry experts visiting for “Future of Retail Operations” workshop

Leading international scientists and industry experts came together on October 24-26 for the “Future of Retail Operations” workshop at the recently opened TUM Campus Heilbronn. Organized by Prof. Dr. Alexander Hübner (Chair of Supply and Value Chain Management, TUM Campus Straubing) and Prof. Dr. Stefan Minner (Chair of Logistics and Supply Chain Management, TUM School of Management), the participants discussed latest research, new industry practices, and upcoming trends and innovations in retail operations such as omni-channel operations, operations-marketing interfaces, distribution concepts, and retail analytics.