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- October 12, 2016October 12, 2016Read more
On October 7, the final presentation day of the EIT Health Trend Seminar 2016 took place at CDTM, a joint institution of the Technical University Munich and Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich. In front of many guests including representatives of the universities (LMU and TU Munich), this year’s project partners (Profil...
- August 16, 2016August 16, 2016Read more
Summer is at its peak and our batteries are recharged – the perfect time to start our Trend Seminar 2016! This time we will work in cooperation with EIT Health, one of the largest healthcare initiatives worldwide giving us an insight look into current and future health-related topics with scientific...
- August 11, 2016August 11, 2016Read more
The CDTM Deep Learning Autonomous Drones Elective enters its final stage: After one intense week of coding and hacking every team reveals its drone steering algorithm to the public in a final race. Nine teams have experimented with bleeding edge deep learning networks, image detection and smart controlling algorithms to...
- July 5, 2016July 5, 2016Read more
Authors: Anne Greul & Jann Speyer Arriving at the School of Information in Berkeley really felt like coming home. The university lives up to the expectations we had prior to our stay. Besides being one of the best academic institutions in the world, the campus lies in the beautiful scenery of California...
- June 28, 2016June 28, 2016Read more
Author(s): Steffan Iwan & Irman Abdić In order to foster the international relations among young entrepreneurs from China and Germany, the UnternehmerTUM and the Tsinghua xLab organized the TIE^2 program (referred to later as simply “TIE”). In the middle of May, 14 entrepreneurial minded students from Germany flew to Beijing for ten...