TUM families

  • “I am interested in the questions that lie in between the different topics”

    Architect Lavinia Herzog

    “I am interested in the questions that lie in between the different topics”

  • “My work is an ongoing expedition”

    Photographer Bernhard Edmaier

    “My work is an ongoing expedition”

    Already in school TUM Alumni Bernhard Edmaier experienced the geography's books images as insufficient. The geologist turned his hobby into a vocation and uses his photography to show how breathtakingly beautiful inanimate nature is.

  • “Medicine is our passion”

    Medical couple Inas Abdelaziz and Hossam Sherif

    “Medicine is our passion”

    Inas Abdelaziz and Hossam Sherif were able to advance their research work at TUM thanks to a postdoc scholarship. Despite great cultural differences, they and their German colleagues had a common goal in mind: to help people.

  • “The time we spent together at TUM made us strong”

    Researchers Yasmine and Heba Aguib

    “The time we spent together at TUM made us strong”

    There are many stories one can tell about the sisters Yasmine and Heba Aguib, for example, how interdisciplinary works, but also how to live out cultural exchange and bring it into international research projects in a beneficial manner.

  • „Studying at TUM must be great!“

    Four TUM Alumni in one family

    „Studying at TUM must be great!“

    The entire range of TUM: four TUM Alumni in one family, three generations and each one has studied a different subject. Once a year the family gathers around Professor Josef Rampl, who has celebrated his 100th birthday in May 2017.

  • “Do you remember back then, when…?”

    The Thurners – a TUM Family

    “Do you remember back then, when…?”

    They studied at TUM at different times, but both have wonderful memories if their alma mater. Professor Gerald Thurner, his daughter Professor Veronika Thurner and her husband Michael Arbesmeier are a TUM family.

  • “The variety of our experience took us a long way”

    The Reimanns: A TUM Family

    “The variety of our experience took us a long way”

    Deep in brewing country, their passion for wine-making brought them together. Since then, Anna and Stephan Reimann have operated their own winery, “Cantzheim”, on the Saar. Everything began studying horticulture at TUM.