Associated Faculties

Business Administration Computer Science Electrical Engineering
tum-logo welpe_isabell_1x1_kleinProf. Dr. I. Welpe
Strategy and Organization
broy_manfred_1x1kleinProf. Dr. Dr. h.c. M. Broy
Software and Systems Engineering
bruegge_bernd_1x1Prof. B. Brügge, Ph.D.
Applied Software Engineering
diepold_klaus_1x1_kleinProf. Dr.-Ing. K. Diepold
Data Processing
eberspaecher_joerg_1x1_kleinProf. Dr.-Ing. J. Eberspächer
Communication Networks
kellerer_wolfgang_1x1Prof. Dr.-Ing. W. Kellerer
Communication Networks
krcmar_helmut_1x1Prof. Dr. H. Krcmar
Information Systems
 lmu-logo harhoff_dietmar_1x1Prof. D. Harhoff, Ph.D.
Innovation Research, Technology Management and Entrepreneurship
hess_thomas_1x1Prof. Dr. Th. Hess
Information Systems and New Media
Kretschmer_Tobias_1x1_kleinProf. Dr. T. Kretschmer
Strategy, Technology and Organization
picot_arnold_1x1Prof. Dr. Dres. h.c. A. Picot
Information, Organization and Management
spann_martin_1x1Prof. Dr. M. Spann
Electronic Commerce and Digital Markets
kranzlmueller_dieter_1x1Prof. Dr. D. Kranzlmüller
Communication Systems and System Programming
butz_23Prof. Dr. A. Butz
Media Informatics

Faculties

Several faculties of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München and the Technische Universität München build the basis for CDTM.
These include the Departments of Management, the Department of Informatics and the Department of Electrical Engineering.

The academic excellence of these universities and the close connection to industry allow CDTM to compete with private and international institutions.

Supervisory Board

Several professors from the TUM and the LMU constitute the Supervisory Board of CDTM.
Its operative business is run by the two Scientific Directors, the CDTM Management Team, consisting of 10-12 PhD students, and the Administration Office.

Learn more about the specific research fields, teaching institutions and professional backgrounds of the CDTM Board Professors.

Students

While major strategic decisions are discussed and taken with the Board, the Management Team and students generally manage and organize the center themselves: Every student participates in at least one of the various task forces ranging from marketing to IT.

Thereby, students are encouraged to take over responsibilities and acquire skills by organizing and coordinating tasks.