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Open professorships at the TUM Department of Aerospace and Geodesy
9 December 2020
Virtual dive into the world of "Space Safety"
8 December 2020
New Members Welcomed at the Scientific Advisory Board
30. September 2020
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have succeeded in measuring the noise emitted by a turboprop aircraft synchronously on the ground and on the aircraft. With the...
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Combining research, graduate programmes and teaching, Munich Aerospace has succeeded in institutionally interlinking its four member institutions Technical University of Munich (TUM), Bundeswehr University Munich (UniBwM), German Aerospace Centre particularly its institutes located in Oberpfaffenhofen (DLR), and Bauhaus Luftfahrt (BHL).
The nexus of business, research and public policy, Munich Aerospace links great diversity of scientific and technical expertise, sets key research objectives, identifies new research goals and promotes the Munich region as an international centre for technology, the sciences and further education in the field of aerospace now and in the future.