TUM IDEAward presented to three start-ups

December 07, 2023

The TUM IDEAward was presented to three start-up concepts centered around sustainable technologies. The student teams are developing a sensor system for high-precision agriculture, microalgae for fish farming, and magnetic, energy-saving shock absorbers. Ten teams aspiring to launch a start-up presented their ideas to the audience at the final of the TUM IDEAward. The best ideas were selected by TUM, UnternehmerTUM and the Zeidler-Forschungs-Stiftung, which provided prize money totaling 37,500 euros. The winning teams will also benefit from tailored coaching from TUM Start-up Consulting, guiding them on the path to market entry.

The TUM IDEAward was presented to three start-up concepts centered around sustainable technologies. The student teams are developing a sensor system for high-precision agriculture, microalgae for fish farming, and magnetic, energy-saving shock absorbers.

Which idea could be translated into a successful product? Which team of founders is tackling key challenges facing society? And which start-up is set to create sustainable added value in the future?

Ten teams aspiring to launch a start-up presented their ideas to the audience at the final of the TUM IDEAward. For the first time, more than half of the teams in the final were represented by women.

The best ideas were selected by TUM, UnternehmerTUM and the Zeidler-Forschungs-Stiftung, which provided prize money totaling 37,500 euros. The winning teams will also benefit from tailored coaching from TUM Start-up Consulting, guiding them on the path to market entry.