Women of TUM – A network for women
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Review Women of TUM Talks 2020
This year’s female speakers from the sciences, business and sports shared and discussed personal and professional insights and gave advice on the topic: Why are people motivated differently? Can motivation be learnt? How do I motivate my team?
Review Women of TUM Talks 2019
„Codes, Big Data & AI – The Digitalised World Says Hi“
Three Women of TUM from the sciences and business gave insights into their working environments and careers, which rely on software, data and artificial intelligence.
Judoka and TUM Medicine student Theresa Stoll wins bronze with the German judo team in the mixed competition at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
Air pistol shooter and TUM alumna Carina Wimmer (Bachelor Health Science 2020) and track and field athlete and TUM alumna Christina Hering (Master Management 2020) were unfortunately unable to capture any medal places.
TUM Women in Leadership
BR´s Production and Technical Director Birgit Spanner-Ulmer
“I always come up with something new again”
Birgit Spanner-Ulmer aims to make the world ″easier“ bit by bit. Since earning her PhD at TUM, she has been dedicating herself to the optimization of products and processes – in the industry, in science and since 2012, in public service broadcasting.
Entrepreneur Catharina van Delden
“TUM is characterised by a culture of support”
TUM Alumna Catharina van Delden has founded a company that today is one of the leading providers of software for Agile Innovation. At TUM, she has gained confidence in her abilities.
University Chancellor Andrea Bör
“In extreme situations I remain very calm and focused”
For decades, TUM Alumna Dr. Andrea Bör has been moving unerringly on the management levels of male-dominated domains. The engineer is now Chancellor of the Free University of Berlin.
TUM Ambassador Alice Gast
„Science only works internationally“
Alice Gast knows how valuable international cooperation is. The President of Imperial College London has previously worked as a researcher on projects all over the world. Together with TUM President, Wolfgang A. Herrmann, she recently launched a strategic partnership between the two universities.
TUM Ambassador Polly Arnold
„We all have a bias towards men“
Polly Arnold is one of the leading specialists in the field of synthetic chemistry and a strong supporter of young female scientists. As feminist influencer she addresses the under-representation of women in science linking it to the “unconscious bias” we all have.
TUM Ambassador Anca Muscholl
„TUM is a wonderful place for interdisciplinary research“
Today TUM Ambassador Anca Muscholl is an internationally esteemed researcher, who wants to make software better and more secure with her algorithms. Her way into computer science research started at TUM.