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Scientists at the TUM Campus Straubing conduct basic research and technological developments on renewable resources (NawaRo). This applies both to their material use, for example in the chemical and plastics processing industries, and to their energy recovery. A further field of work is the development of strategies for the sustainable and environmentally compatible supply of raw materials. In addition, the economic aspects surrounding the production and marketing of renewable raw materials are examined. This will support decision-makers in politics and administration as well as raw material producers and the raw material processing industry in order to use more renewable raw materials sustainably in the future. A particular strength of the TUM Campus Straubing is its cross-industry and cross-disciplinary approach, in which the various disciplines work closely together. These include the natural, engineering, ecosystem and economic sciences in order to be able to comprehensively cover questions ranging from molecules to the marketing of renewable raw materials in teaching and research.

Research in professorships and chairs


TUM Campus Straubing

Schulgasse 22
D-94315 Straubing

Management Office

Margit Faltermeier

Phone: +49 (0) 9421 187-0

Research coordinator

Dr. Marina Zapilko

Phone: +49 (0) 9421 187-113