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In the vacuum chamber at the Walther Mei▀ner Institute metal atoms are precisely
In the vacuum chamber at the Walther Mei▀ner Institute metal atoms are precisely deposited on silicon wafers. The resulting thin metal layers are the basis for tiny superconductive circuits which act as qubits.
Join us on a journey into the world of quantum physics, where researchers are developing fast quantum computers and highly sensitive sensors. We also introduce a founding team that wants to produce sustainable and climate-friendly building materials from hops. And Vice President Alexander Braun explains in an interview, how TUM is becoming a data-driven university.

  • "We don’t want to send paper anymore" - Interview with CIO Alexander Braun

  • Art and culture at TUM

  • Connected, for a lifetime

  • People

  • "Education can work wonders" - Portrait of Master’s student Nektarios Totikos


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