Visit us in our 2018 anniversary year and join in the celebrations! We will be hosting an exciting lineup of events where you can engage with the history of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and gain unique insights into the future of research.
You can download the program as a PDF in German language (2,6 MB).
12. April 2018 – 31. December 2018
On the occasion of the 150th birthday of TUM the Immatriculation Hall, the central location of the main building on Arcisstraße, will feature an installation on the history of the Technical University of Munich (TUM).
17. May 2018 – 26. August 2018
On May 17, 2018 the Munich Documentation Center for the History of National Socialism will open its special exhibit on the history of the “Technische Hochschule München” (today's Technical University of Munich) during the National Socialist era.
11. June 2018 – 15. June 2018
From June 11 through 15 the Garching campus will once again be filled with summer, sun, and nothing at all, or “GARNIX”! The student team has once again spared no expense to make sure nothing is lacking for all those enjoying "GARNIX" on the campus chemistry field.
6. July 2018 – 31. August 2018
Engineers play the starring roles in the exhibit Visionaries and Everyday Heroes. Engineers – Building – the Future (“Visionäre und Alltagshelden. Ingenieure – Bauen – Zukunft”). It is they who work as inventors, designers and entrepreneurs in construction in order to fulfill the basic needs of society.
9. July 2018 – 13. July 2018
The world's best collegiate beach volleyball players are coming to Munich to participate in the 9th Students' World Championship (WUC) in Beach Volleyball during this anniversary year.
26. September 2018 – 13. January 2019
The Architectural Museum will for the first time feature a complete survey of the architecture in the Kingdom of Bavaria under Ludwig II (1864 – 1886) on the occasion of the 150th birthday of his university. The president of TUM will open the exhibit on September 25, 2018.
10. November 2018
During its own anniversary year TUM is also remembering the 100th birthday of one of its most prominent students and professors.