Efficient structures in management and administration within the TUM School of Computation, Information and Technology ensure efficient internal processes and thus support the academic staff.
The School Executive Board manages the TUM School of Computation, Information and Technology. It consists of:
The departments structure the school into four scientific areas:
The School Office provides centralized services, manage student affairs, and serve as the point of contact for our students and doctoral candidates. It consists of the following units:
- School Services
- Academic & Student Affairs
- Herbert Ehler
- Max Mornau
- Richard Wolf
- Ingrid Heiser (deputy)
School Services support the departments and chairs on a needs basis with centralized
- Services for the management of HR, finances and room allocation and
- Services in areas such as IT, purchasing, repair and copying services.
The Academic & Student Affairs unit consists of the Academic Programs Office and the Graduate Center. The Academic Programs Office manages the operational and administrative aspects of student affairs. The Graduate Center is the service point for doctoral candidates at the School of Computation, Information and Technology.
In addition, there are the following operational units:
- Office of the Dean & Faculty Recruitment
- International Affairs
- Talent Management & Diversity
Specialized committees support the TUM School of Computation, Information and Technology in its strategic positioning to keep apace of global development, to remain internationally competitive and highly attractive for students and staff in research and administration.