School of Computation, Information and Technology

Integrated research and degree programs designed for the future: The TUM School of Computation, Information and Technology (CIT) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) unites the disciplines of Mathematics, Informatics, and Electrical and Computer Engineering. The research and teaching activities range from theoretical knowledge to its application. In line with our mission statement, we focus across disciplines on the major challenges of our time, such as the digital transformation. At the same time, our expertise remains firmly embedded in our core disciplines.

The founding of the TUM School of Computation, Information and Technology is part of TUM's structural transformation. Inspired by its international peers, TUM is transforming its internal structure into a modern matrix organization. In a move away from its traditional, discipline-specific departmental structure, seven schools with a broader focus will be linked by Interdisciplinary Research Centers. In this process, the former departments of Mathematics, Informatics, and Electrical and Computer Engineering will pool their competencies.


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TUM and Google strengthen cooperation

The Technical University of Munich (TUM) and Google are driving forward research into cybersecurity and artificial intelligence (AI). Thanks to funding from Google, seven new research projects are being launched at TUM to investigate critical questions at the interface of cybersecurity and AI.

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TUM Connect: Professor Luise Pufahl at the center of the science-practice encounter

Under the slogan "Discuss. Network. Co-create.", experts from the world of science met with company representatives at the TUM Connect event series on 23 November 2023 to discuss current issues and challenges.

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First Global Technology Forum at TUM Campus Heilbronn

The dynamic of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is present in academia, industry, and society at large. Academics can help make sense of where and how to apply AI while explaining its effects. To this end, TUM Campus Heilbronn invited its partners in the AI hub to the first TUM Campus Heilbronn Global Technology Forum.

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TUM researchers develop rapid test for severe infections

A team working with Prof. Oliver Hayden has developed a method for assessing the number and structure of aggregated blood platelets that can potentially help quantify the risk of a severe COVID-19 infection. They have thus identified a predictive biomarker for the seriousness of an infection. This will allow treatment adjustment at an early stage.

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hackaTUM 2023: Marathon for creative minds

For the eighth time, highly motivated coders gathered at "hackaTUM" to work on exciting future-oriented projects with leading industry partners.