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New Members welcomed at the Scientific Advisory Board
New Members welcomed at the Scientific Advisory Board
 
30 September 2020 – At its meeting on 29 September, the Munich Aerospace Executive Board and Scientific Advisory Board welcomed four new members to the team. Following the end of the term of his predecessor, the Advisory Board has appointed Dr. Günther Kohlhammer as...
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Global Aerospace Campus announces first international MOOC "Urban Air Mobility"
Global Aerospace Campus announces first international MOOC
Worldwide scientists and aerospace experts are getting prepared for the first international Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Urban Air Mobility.
Stay current on: www.global-aerospace-campus.org
Munich Aerospace launches digitalisation MOOC
Munich Aerospace launches digitalisation MOOC
 
14 September 2020 – Aerospace drives technological transformation while being subjected to profound changes through digitalisation. The new online course “Digitalisation in Aeronautics and Space” allows an insight into this changing world as well as highlighting the impact on working conditions in engineering. The...
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MOOC: Digitalisation in Aeronautics and Space
MOOC: Digitalisation in Aeronautics and Space
Digitalisation is changing our society and the working world, creating new processes and radically altering existing workflows. Aerospace is being impacted like every other scientific field and innovation without digitalisation is no longer conceivable. The three-part MOOC series “Digitalisation in Aeronautics and Space” is thus...
Open professorship for satellite constellations at TUM
Open professorship for satellite constellations at TUM
 
19 August 2020 - The Technical University of Munich (TUM) invites applications for the position of Professor in "Pico- and Nanosatellites and Satellite Constellations" W2 Tenure Track Assistant Professor (with tenure track to W3) or W3 Associate/Full Professor; to begin in summer 2021.
The...
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New solar cells for space tested by TUM and DLR
New solar cells for space tested by TUM and DLR
 
13 August 2020 - Almost all satellites are powered by solar cells – but solar cells are heavy. While conventional high-performance cells reach up to three watts of electricity per gram, perovskite and organic hybrid cells could provide up to 10 times that amount....
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Global Aerospace Campus: Production Automation
Global Aerospace Campus: Production Automation
A growing number of variants and increasing quality requirements are daily challenges for production companies. Our online course on "Digitalisation in Aeronautics and Space" gives insights in the latest scientific ideas for Industrie 4.0.
Further information: www.global-aerospace-campus.org
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Global Aerospace Campus: Cooperating Robotics
Global Aerospace Campus: Cooperating Robotics
Find out about the planning, design and task-oriented programming for human-robot-collaboration. Our online course on "Digitalisation in Aeronautics and Space" gives further insights in innovations in production technologies.
Further information: www.global-aerospace-campus.org
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GAC.impulse: A robot named Pepper interviews Harald Schaub about the Human Factor in Industry
GAC.impulse: A robot named Pepper interviews Harald Schaub about the Human Factor in Industry
The ways in which digitised companies operate will change radically. The company of the future will use digital means to manage its central functions like organisation and value creation. Future leaders will need to understand not only their “generation smartphone plus” employees but will also...

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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.

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