Episode 17: Space research, German-Asian relations and tips on starting university
More and more space missions are being funded by the private sector. Chiara Manfletti, Professor of Space Propulsion and guest on this episode of "We are TUM," knows what this means for the future of spaceflight. She recently joined the TUM School of Engineering and Design from the European Space Agency (ESA).
Students Merle Neumann and Simon Gruber are involved in the Asian-European Society Munich, a student group that brings together German and Asian students, but also works on political and economic relations between the world regions. In an interview, they tell us what inspires them.
The dragon boat race in the Olympic Park is one of the highlights of the academic year. Traditionally, the universities LMU and TUM compete against each other for the fastest boat and the most original disguises. Hidden champions Henrik Eickhoff and Luis Schnürer, research associates at the Centre for Building Materials (cbm), took part this year.
Entering student life marks the beginning of a new phase in life. Emma Jung from the mechanical engineering student council has tips on how to keep track of dates, rooms and contact persons.
Our guests, in chronological order:
Professor for Space Propulsion at the TUM School of Engineering and Design Prof. Dr. Chiara Manfletti; Members of the Student Club Asian-European Society Munich Merle Neumann and Simon Gruber; Research Associates at the Centre for Building Materials (cbm) at the TUM School of Engineering and Design Dr. Henrik Eickhoff and Luis Schnürer; Student and part of the mechanical engineering student council Emma Jung.
published on 09.13.2023