The knock-on effects from urbanisation and environmental degradation has resulted in greater need for efficient transportation systems and sustainable infrastructure. As more cities introduce hybrid and electric vehicles into their roads while deploying intelligent traffic management systems in a bid to transform its transport infrastructure, cities are able to create more efficient, accessible and environmentally responsible transport systems that reduce congestion and emissions, enhance quality of life and pave the way for a more sustainable future. The symbiotic relationship between smart sustainable transport and sustainable infrastructure is evident. Students are therefore encouraged to present a proposal that incorporates smart and sustainable transport and infrastructure for cities.Read more ➤
HYBRID SEMINAR: Learn more about how TUM's Straubing Campus and TUMCREATE, a multidisciplinary research platform of TUM based in Singapore, achieve a harmonious coexistence between economic growth and environmental growth by harnessing the potential of bioeconomy. Presented by Prof. Volker Sieber and Mr Nickolaus Stellner, this hybrid seminar will present you a number of groundbreaking research and practices to pursue global sustainability. 3 October 2023 (Tuesday) . 4pm - 6pm (GMT+8)Read more ➤
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) Asia, the first overseas campus of one of Europe’s leading technical universities based in Singapore, and SBS Transit signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today, formalising the partnership to build a robust talent pipeline and elevate training competencies for the land transport industry.Read more ➤
TUM Asia is planning for a Sustainable Food programme that aims to nurture more experts in these areas by providing advanced scientific knowledge in Food Technology, Food Safety and Food Science to bridge the connection between fundamental knowledge and sustainable industrial applications and address the research and practice gaps across the industries.Read more ➤
The training will give an overview of the nine major phases of the V-Cycle and the role of LTA within the phases. The processes of verification and validation will be explained from a theoretical and practical point of view.Read more ➤
The TUM Asia LEARN Programme adopts a 3-stage model of change to help companies engineer and implement their smart factory transformation blueprint. Companies will progress from a state of awareness, to appreciation and eventual adoption of a holistic transformation strategy that addresses the core elements of Industry 4.0. The full scope of this programme consists of a 3-Day Workshop, 7-Day Overseas Trip, and a 12-Month Mentorship programme.Read more ➤
In support of lifelong learning and skills mastery, TUM Asia now offers a range of Modular Certificate Courses that are funded by SkillsFuture Singapore. Upon the successful completion of each modular courses, students will be awarded with a certificate which will count towards the attainment of the corresponding Graduate Diploma or Specialist Diploma should the individual subsequently decide to enrol into the relevant full-qualification courses.Read more ➤
The jointly-developed Specialist Diploma in Advanced Digital Manufacturing recently completed its first successful training cycle, training more than 20 students who come from a range of industries with funding support from SkillsFuture Singapore. The Specialist Diploma will enroll its next group of students in January 2019, and you can attend a free information session on 14 November 2018 to find out how it can benefit you.Read more ➤
Join Technical University of Munich Asia (TUM Asia) from 29 October – 8 November 2019 for an Innovation and Technology Management Masterclass. Split across three different tracks, the masterclass will explore material and anonymised examples from live company situations, combined with discussions of practical experiences through global industry speakers, and include an industry site visit in Singapore.
Together with the support of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Bangkok, Thailand – the “Industry 4.0: Impact on Technology and Workforce” Dinner Talk is an exclusive initiative started by TUM Asia and FESTO whose objective is to raise awareness and cultivate interaction within the industry, academic and political landscape to exchange expertise and knowledge.
The 2019 Career Week is the time of the year, exclusively open for TUM Asia students and alumni, to make the next step in their career paths. Comprising of Career Recruitment Talks and the Career Opportunity Day, this is an excellent platform for students and alumni to meet with leaders in the industry and hear more about their career and internship opportunities.
TUM Asia is hosting an exclusive Career Essentials Workshop this year and you would not want to miss it! With rising competition in the graduate recruitment market, there is an increasing need for applicants to differentiate themselves when faced with global competition for highly sought-after jobs. The workshop will equip students the knowledge and skills that will help them with their career planning and job search strategies.
It all began with a single idea and a team of students who believed in the power of innovation. Join us from 9 – 10 November in Singapore to meet the team behind WARR Hyperloop, who built and designed their own Hyperloop prototype that became the world’s fastest hyperloop and gained international attention. Be inspired with the possibilities of student entrepreneurial success, from assembling a full student-volunteer team, crowdfunding for over half a million Euros, and to building the actual pods that has set two world-records in the presence of Elon Musk.