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  • 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.

  • 3rd Global Aerospace Summit in São Paulo

    5 June 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.

  • PhD Scholarship within Key Topic Urban Air Mobility

    15 April 2019

    Our partner Bauhaus Luftfahrt is currently looking to fill a Munich Aerospace PhD scholarship position within the key topic "Urban Air Mobility".

  • Programme announcement for TUM lecture series Launcher Propulsion

    15 May 2019

    In summer term 2019 the TUM Institute for Turbomachinery and Flight Propulsion once again presents the lecture series "Launcher Propulsion".

  • Lecture announcement: "Digital Linearization of Satellites, DiLiSA" at UniBw

    4 April 2019

    On 18 April the UniBw Chair of Signal Processing hosts a lecture on the topic of "Digital Linearization of Satellites, DiLiSA".

  • UniBw Partner Event in Neubiberg

    28 March 2019

    At the UniBw Partner Event, 25 members of the Munich Aerospace Research Network get an insight into the facilities on the campus in Neubiberg.

  • Munich Aerospace at the Satellite Navigation Summit 2019

    25-27 March 2019

    At the end of March, Munich Aerospace is yet again present at this year's edition of the Munich Satellite Navigation Summit.

  • Visit from Québec Startup delegation

    18-19 March 2019

    Representatives of startups from Québec visit the Ludwig Bölkow Campus, the Technical University of Munich and the Universität der Bundeswehr München as part of a delegation trip to Bavaria.

  • Scientific Colloquium at DLR Oberpfaffenhofen

    25 February 2019

    As part of the Scientific Colloquium at the German Aerospace Center in Oberpfaffenhofen, Professor Gerhard Kramer presents the latest findings of his Munich Aerospace Research Group.

  • V.l.n.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)

    TUM Department of Aerospace and Geodesy on Ludwig Bölkow Campus

    4 February 2019

    In February, the office of the newly constituted TUM Department of Aerospace and Geodesy moves to Ludwig Bölkow Campus in the south of Munich.