4th Global Aerospace Summit to take place in Bavaria
26 Juli 2022
For the fourth time, researchers and experts from Munich Aerospace's research and 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.
Mobility of the future: Munich Aerospace launches a new Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Urban Air Mobility
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.
Munich Aerospace awards one PhD scholarship in collaboration with Bundeswehr University Munich and the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in the field of satellite communication
28 June 2022
In collaboration with the Chair of Signal Processing at the Bundeswehr University Munich (UniBwM) and the DLR Institute of Communications and Navigation, Munich Aerospace awards a PhD scholarship on "Machine-Learning Based Dynamic Radio Resource Allocation for Future Satellite Systems". The scholarship aims at qualified university graduates who have completed their studies in a field relevant to aerospace and are now aspiring for a doctorate.
Programme of the Online Edition of Forum Munich Aerospace 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.
Bauhaus Luftfahrt rethinks the future of long-haul aviation
21 July 2020
Munich Aerospace partner Bauhaus Luftfahrt has developed a new concept for the improvement of long-haul aviation. Their Hy-ShAir concept focusses, among others, on the use of altnerative energy sources.
Joint TUM and DLR future lab on AI in Earth observation
4 May 2020
Munich Aerospace research leader Xiaoxiang Zhu is to lead a future lab on artificial intelligence in Earth observation. Scientists from our partners TUM and DLR succeeded in the federal competition “International Future Labs for Artificial Intelligence”.
The Munich Aerospace research network publishes its first scientific space report. Entitled “New Horizons in Space Technology”, this English-language publication documents the state of space research, looking at promising new technologies and potential applications.
Munich Aerospace Alumnus Abolfazl Lavaei contributed his PhD thesis to the automated control of stochastic cyber-physical systems (CPSs). In this essay, he describes the impact of his work on the safety and reliability of autonomous CPSs in a formal as well as time- and cost-effective way.
The new Munich Aerospace image brochure gives you hot-off-the-press information relating to research cooperation, eLearning offers, PhD scholarship programme and the Ludwig Bölkow Campus innivation hub.
New Urban Air Mobility concepts are being developed worldwide and Kay Plötner of the Bauhaus Luftfahrt think tank explains the advantages and disadvantages of these concepts for people and the environment.
Cube Sats, Skyhopper and Mini-Launchers: Forum Munich Aerospace Programme published
7 November 2019
The lecture series Forum Munich Aerospace has been launched this winter semester as a series of eleven lectures on the latest developments in aerospace combined with special historical perspectives of the industry, held both at Ludwig Bölkow Campus and the TUM campus in Garching.
Since July 2019, Dr. Maximilian Moll heads the Munich Aerospace Research Group "Data-driven Aviation Management". The young researcher's goal is to help the environment by improving the coordination between air and rail transport.
Munich Aerospace Scholarship Holder receives IFAC Young Author Award
12 June 2019
Munich Aerospace Scholarship Recipient Abolfazl Lavaei has been selected as one of the top three finalists for the IFAC Young Author Award at the 15th IFAC Symposium on Large-Scale Complex Systems: Theory and Applications (LSS), 2019.
From 27 to 31 May, researchers from the seven partner regions Bavaria, Georgia (USA), Québec (Canada), São Paulo (Brazil), Shandong (China), Western Cape (South Africa) and Upper Austria gathered at a scientific conference in São José dos Campos.
Munich Aerospace Summit: Kick-Off at Ludwig Bölkow Campus
11. April 2018
Over 80 invited guests from industry, science and consulting followed the invitation of TUM International, the consultancy maexpartners and Munich Aerospace to attend the first Munich Aerospace Summit.