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  • “This is meaningful living at its best!”

    Mentor Karl Fordemann

    “This is meaningful living at its best!”

  • “I wanted to give back to TUM”

    Mentor Viktoria Leonhard

    “I wanted to give back to TUM”

    TUM Alumna Viktoria Leonhard never misses out on opportunities for further education and is always on the lookout for new projects. She has twice volunteered her experience as a TUM Mentor. Most recently, she started the Alumni Group Stuttgart. And she does all this alongside her management position at Allianz.

  • “I love simple solutions”

    Manager for Digitalization Katsiaryna Apalkova

    “I love simple solutions”

    TUM Alumna Katsiaryna Apalkova is supporting companies in their efforts to become competitive for the future. Alongside digital solutions, corporate culture also plays a decisive role in this transformation process.

  • “Doing my doctorate at TUM was an unforgettable time“

    Professor Ying Zhang

    “Doing my doctorate at TUM was an unforgettable time“

    For her doctorate, Ying Zhang went all the way from China to Munich. Her experiences related to this intercultural exchange enriched her so much that she initiated the Women of TUM Network together with other female TUM Alumni.

  • “We are on the same wavelength”

    Alumni trip initiator Falk Lamkewitz

    “We are on the same wavelength”

    Falk Lamkewitz is planning an Alumni trip to Ecuador. He has already taken part in many trips of this type and knows that the time spent studying at TUM creates a special relationship of trust and opens up unique insights into other countries and cultures.

  • “Connecting ideas and people is my passion”

    TUM Doctorate Candidate Dora Dzvonyar

    “Connecting ideas and people is my passion”

    Bringing fresh perspectives into the world, exchanging ideas and meeting new people: TUM PhD candidate Dora Dzvonyar is a true all-rounder when it comes to bringing together research with industry or making it accessible to the general public.

  • “I visit Bavaria every year”

    Bavaria Enthusiast Dr. Yukou Mochida

    “I visit Bavaria every year”

    Over half a century has passed since Dr. Yukou Mochida spent his days at the researchers’ desk at TUM. In all these years, he has never lost sight of his guest alma mater. On the contrary. Bavaria has also become a professional focus for the Japanese.

  • “That crucial extra mile”

    Deep Sea Engineer Gunnar Brink

    “That crucial extra mile”

    Exciting, what goes on several 1,000 miles under the sea – incredible that we know so little about it. A biophysicist of all people has the ambition to change that. Dr. Gunnar Brink provides some insights into deep-sea drones and education with depth.

  • “Together science fiction becomes reality”

    Biotech-Netzwerker Jérôme Lutz

    “Together science fiction becomes reality”

    Bringing people together and creating innovation – that is exactly what Jérôme Lutz always wanted to do. When the urge got too strong to hold back, he left his job and started up as a networker in the biotech scene.