New start-up on LBC09 November 2017
On November 1, LBC has warmly welcomed „Cloud Ararat GmbH“ (www.cloudararat.com), the latest start-up company joining the campus. The young company recently moved its headquarters from Atlanta, USA to Munich. In addition to profound expertise in the growing market of “Cloud Computing”, Cloud Ararat develops complex solutions for the mission planning, UAV operations and data management of commercial drone services.
Get-together at Testia09 November 2017
On October 27, Testia welcomed several partners of the Ludwig Bölkow Campus to present their NDT (non-destructive testing) capabilities and to inaugurate their new 300 kV High-End Computed Tomography system. The so called "Get-Togethers" take place every 6 - 8 weeks with changing locations and serve the networking on campus.
TUM Partner Event in Garching25 October 2017
25 October 2017 - 25 members of the Munich Aerospace Research Network have followed the invitation to take a tour of selected laboratories and research facilites at the TUM Department of Mechanical Engineering in Garching. Professor Mirko Hornung gave the participants a short introduction to the department structure and also introduced his Institute of Aircraft Design. After Professor Ulricht Walter's presentation of the Institute of Astronautics, the participants took tours at the Institute of Astronautics, the Institute of Flight System Dynamics and the Institute of Aerodynamics and Fluid Mechanics. The event ended with a get-together and the opportunity for exchange among the group and with the professors.[ more... ]
"24h Challenge" at LBC24 October 2017
On October 23, ”Cevotec GmbH“ (www.cevotec.com) has already been the third LBC-based start-up company taking advantage of the “24h challenge” offered by the Airbus Leadership University. Airbus managers enrolled in the “Experienced Manager Programme” support young companies in finding solutions and strategies for a given topic in the frame of the “24h challenge”. This initiative contributes to a rapid and successful growth of the start-ups.
New semester programme for "Forum Munich Aerospace" lecture series06 October 2017
6 October 2017 - In the upcoming winter term 2017/2018, the TUM Institute of Flight System Dynamics once again presents the lecture series "Forum Munich Aerospace". Besides contributions from representatives of the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics and Airbus, there will also be a talk by Dr Frank Anton, member of the Board of Trustees of Munich Aerospace and Head of eAircraft at Siemens. [ more... ]