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4th Global Aerospace Summit to take place in Bavaria
4th Global Aerospace Summit to take place in Bavaria
 
26 Juli 2022 - For the fourth time, researchers and experts from Munich Aerospace's innovation network and from the Bavarian partner regions (Regional Leaders' Summit) will meet for the Global Aerospace Summit in Herrsching, Bavaria, from 19-21 September 2022.
The three-day event will focus on...
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Mobility of the future: Munich Aerospace launches a new Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on...
Mobility of the future: Munich Aerospace launches a new Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on...
 
8 July 2022 - How can we keep traffic infrastructure from collapsing? Under the research movement "Urban Air Mobility", experts around the world are working on a solution to better meet logistical challenges in a sustainable way and provide insights into their issues as part...
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Munich Aerospace PhD scholarship in the field of satellite communication
Munich Aerospace PhD scholarship in the field of satellite communication
 
28 June 2022 - Munich Aerospace awards one PhD scholarship in collaboration with Bundeswehr University Munich and the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in the field of satellite communication
In collaboration with the Chair of Signal Processing at the Bundeswehr University Munich (UniBwM) and the DLR...
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5 questions to Dr. Gerd-Achim Gruppe, Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Munich Aerospace...
5 questions to Dr. Gerd-Achim Gruppe, Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Munich Aerospace...
 
15 June 2022 - On the occasion of the ILA 2022 in Berlin, pioneers and political decision-makers in the aerospace industry provide personal insights and assessments of current industry trends. Chairman of the Board of Trustees Dr Gerd-Achim Gruppe outlines the most important trends...
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Urban Air Mobility: Future-oriented transport system from the Aerospace Region Munich
Urban Air Mobility: Future-oriented transport system from the Aerospace Region Munich
 
12 May 2022 – As part of a newly launched Air Mobility Initiative (AMI), Bavarian companies and researchers from the Munich Aerospace research group "Urban Air Mobility" are accelerating the development of electric air transport. In a newly published online course, participants of the...
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Further education network "training-aero" bundles offers for companies
Further education network
 
10 May 2022 - The project consortium "training-aero" bundles aviation-relevant further training offers and thus closes gaps in the education offers for companies. The network is being realised within the framework of the federal programme "Establishment of further education networks" with the support of...
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Gianluigi Liva on "Communication Techniques for Large Scale Satellite IoT Systems"
Gianluigi Liva on
In this talk, Munich Aerospace research group coordinator Dr. Gianluigi Liva from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) discusses the main challenges, from a communication theory perspective, entailed by the development of large scale satellite IoT systems.
Satellite networks addressing the data collection from massive populations...
Munich Aerospace awards 1 PhD scholarship sponsored by Airbus
Munich Aerospace awards 1 PhD scholarship sponsored by Airbus
 
13 January 2022 – In collaboration with the Chair of Carbon Composites at the Technical University of Munich, Munich Aerospace awards one doctoral scholarship on "Fibre Preforms and Architectures for Efficient Enzymatic Recycling" sponsored by Airbus D&S. The scholarship is aimed at qualified university graduates...
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Global Aerospace Campus panelists from 5 countries on "Advanced (Urban) Air Mobility"
Global Aerospace Campus panelists from 5 countries on
Whether for commuter traffic, freight transport or disaster control - new air traffic concepts should make everyday life easier and be climate-friendly at the same time. This requires not only new business models, but also technological innovations. The aircraft of the future must fly as...
Munich Aerospace Executive Mirko Hornung on "Advanced (Urban) Air Mobility" at MTL CONNECT 2021
Munich Aerospace Executive Mirko Hornung on
With the significant progress in battery storage, sensor and communication technologies as well as computational power, Munich Aerospace Executive Board Member Professor Mirko Hornung provides an overview about the vast number of small to large flying demonstrators developed and tested in the last years. Beside...
Second final report of the research groups published
Second final report of the research groups published
 
18 November 2021 – More scientific output, a higher application orientation and more intensive research cooperation: Munich Aerospace's final report takes positive stock of the research projects funded by Munich Aerospace between 2016 and 2020. In addition to evaluations of the research and scholarship programme,...
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Munich Aerospace awards 1 PhD scholarship sponsored by Airbus
Munich Aerospace awards 1 PhD scholarship sponsored by Airbus
 
17 November 2021 – In collaboration with the Chair of Carbon Composites at the Technical University of Munich, Munich Aerospace awards one doctoral scholarship on "Fibre Preforms and Architectures for Efficient Enzymatic Recycling" sponsored by Airbus D&S. The scholarship is aimed at qualified university graduates...
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Munich Aerospace awards 2 PhD scholarships within Galileo services
Munich Aerospace awards 2 PhD scholarships within Galileo services
 
4 November 2021 – Munich Aerospace awards two doctoral scholarships within the newly founded research group "GNSS Receiver Algorithms for Advanced Galileo Services" to support young scientists. The scholarships are aimed at qualified university graduates who have completed their studies in a field relevant...
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Munich Aerospace funds tens new research groups and 19 young researchers
Munich Aerospace funds tens new research groups and 19 young researchers
 
13 September 2021 – The Bavarian research network Munich Aerospace is setting up ten new research groups with 19 doctoral scholarships for young researchers in aerospace. The collaborative projects focus on satellite-based innovations and the future field of “Green Aerospace”. For the first time, two...
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Rocket science goes green
Rocket science goes green
 
11 May 2021 - At Munich Aerospace, Paul Lungu conducted research on green rocket fuels, and now he works at Isar Aerospace, developing one of Germany’s first commercial launch vehicles. The vehicle design is to slash satellite transport costs to as low as one...
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Online Edition of Forum Munich Aerospace: Programme released
Online Edition of Forum Munich Aerospace: Programme released
 
1 April 2021 – In summer semester 2021 the "Forum Munich Aerospace" lecture series will be available online for the first time. In five lectures, the speakers report on latest developments in the field of aerospace from different perspectives.
Munich Aerospace contributes during the...
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Munich Aerospace awards 16 PhD scholarships
Munich Aerospace awards 16 PhD scholarships
 
17 February 2021 – Munich Aerospace awards doctoral scholarships in the field of aerospace research to support young scientists. The scholarships are aimed at qualified university graduates who have completed their studies in a field relevant to aerospace and are now aspiring for a...
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Open professorships at the TUM Department of Aerospace and Geodesy
Open professorships at the TUM Department of Aerospace and Geodesy
 
9 December 2020 – The Department of Aerospace and Geodesy (LRG) of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) invites applications for three professorships to begin in winter semester 2021/2022.
With more than 50 professorships, including 30 new appointments, the TUM Department of Aerospace and...
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Virtual dive into the world of "Space Safety"
Virtual dive into the world of
 
8 December 2020 –  With the support of astronaut Dr. Thomas Reiter, Munich Aerospace publishes a second online course covering the topic “Space Safety”.
How can we prevent satellites from colliding? How safe are astronauts on the ISS? What are the benefits of their...
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Global Aerospace Campus announces Space Safety Online Course
Global Aerospace Campus announces Space Safety Online Course
How can we prevent satellites colliding? How can satellites be protected from meteorite impacts? How important are satellites in today’s age? Experts from the European Space Agency, Technical University of Munich, German Aerospace Center, Bundeswehr University Munich and Ludwig Maximilians University Munich address all these...
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
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...
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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Munich Aerospace

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.

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