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The topic of mental health plays a major role for all students, especially in times of Corona. At the end of the semester, the TUM Student Advisory Service is once again offering the program "TUM4MIND - Relaxed into the Examination Phase" from 1st to 12th August. We wish you good success…

Get in touch with fascinating ideas on how to study and work together. Take part in project sprints, social games, and discuss with us the challenges of today and tomorrow.

The IKOM took place from 27. - 30. June at the campus Garching. We as TUMJA were again present as a cooperation partner at the largest career event of TU Munich and took the chance to talk to many interested students.

Just in time for the Symposium of our Class 2021, the results of our more than one and a half year project work have finally been published by Environmental Research Communications. The work is freely available as it was published via open-access: https://doi.org/10.1088/2515-7620/ac77df …

Die Studienberatung der TUM bietet zum Semesterbeginn erneut die "TUM4MIND – Mental Health Aktionswoche" an, die 2018 erstmals von der TUM: Junge Akademie als Pilotprojekt gestartet wurde! Viel Erfolg und viele interessierte Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer.

Get involved in one of the exciting initiatives in Munich. Most of them start the application process right now! 40 student initiatives and organizations introduce into their work, activities, schedule, and how you might become an active member.

Elena Corella Puertas was a TUMJA scholarship holder in the class of 2013. After her Bachelor's and Master's in Chemical Engineering at TUM, she did her Ph.D. at McGill University in Montreal/Canada. Elena now works as a postdoc at an interdisciplinary research center in Montreal and…

We are proud to announce that our website https://electum.ja.tum.de/ is finally online! Feel free to try out our calculator, where you can estimate and compare the energy consumption of different scenarios of academic teaching.

Matthias Geuß has studied Mechanical Engineering at TUM and Economics at the FernUni Hagen. After his Ph.D. at the TUM Chair of Automatic Control, he has worked for the automotive industry. He became a professor at Hof University in 2018. In 2021, he changed to Coburg University.

The first year of the Cross Challenge as cooperation between TUM and the three art colleges in Munich (HFF, HMTM, and ADBK) is entering its fourth and final month.