Collaborative Research Center DGD
The Collaborative Research Center SFB Transregio 109 is supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and brings together scientists from the Technical University of Munich with colleagues from Berlin, Graz and Vienna to pursue groundbreaking research in the fields of geometry, dynamical systems, analysis and computer topology.
TUM-ICL Mathematical Sciences Hub
The TUM Department of Mathematics has joined together with Imperial College London to form the TUM-ICL Mathematical Sciences Hub. The Hub enables exchange visits between the nodes or joint workshop activities, and is financially supported by the respective Mathematics Departments and the TUM Global Incentive Fund.
Saving resources, intelligent networking and optimal use of big data: The DFG-financed Research Training Group AdONE concentrates on Operations Research and Management Science. The researchers develop models and processes for software, which enable efficient planning and management of resources.
Mathematics of Many-Body Quantum Systems
Collaborative Research Center "Mathematics of Many-Body Quantum Systems and Their Collective Phenomena"
The project aims to further develop mathematical techniques, which in turn help to understand physical phenomena in correlated quantum systems. The Collaborative Research Center is a transregional cooperation between scientists of the Ludwig-Maximilian-University Munich (LMU), the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the University of Tübingen.
Cluster of Excellence MCQST
MCQST is examining the scientific basis for complex quantum systems and establishing the technological foundation of quantum technology. The researchers address significant fields of application ranging from quantum computers, powerful quantum information systems and quantum sensors to novel quantum materials.
Former Project: IGDK Munich – Graz
In the International Research Training Group IGDK, financed by the German Research Council (DFG), the high level qualification of doctorate students is supported through involvement in a wide range of interdisciplinary research projects in the areas of optimal control, numeric mathematics and analysis.