TUM Department of Aerospace and Geodesy moves to Ludwig Bölkow Campus

F.l.t.r.: Alexander Mager (LBC GmbH), Stefan Gramolla (Airbus), Dr.-Ing. Michael Klimke (TUM), Svenja Erbar (TUM), Gloria Stamm (Munich Aerospace), Jennifer Weißenberger (Munich Aerospace), Dr.-Ing. Andreas Schuster (LBC GmbH)

4 February 2019 - The office of the newly constituted TUM Department of Aerospace and Geodesy has moved to Ludwig Bölkow Campus in Taufkirchen/Ottobrunn. In establishing this representation office, the Technical University of Munich promotes the development of a European research and academic training centre in close proximity to companies like Airbus and IABG in the south of Munich.

This new hub, headed by Dr.-Ing. Michael Klimke, will bundle around 50 percent of Germany’s total academic research activity in the aerospace and aeronautics sectors. To achieve this, the new department is harnessing TUM’s long-standing expertise in engineering and natural sciences, creating 30 new professorships, and tapping into strategic collaboration with businesses and research institutions in the greater Munich area.

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