Elite Network: Events


Get-togethers, soft-skill seminars, excursions, lecture series such as the inter­disciplinary series "Elite Network of Bavaria FORUM" and last but not least the graduation ceremony: The most important dates in the Elite Network of Bavaria can be found here.

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Jun 2021
Systemic conversation techniques
Teachers have conversations with pupils, parents, and colleagues. Sometimes those conversations are tricky. Therefore, in this workshop, students learn how to cope with such situations while keeping their resources and possible solutions in mind.

Participation: Students of the Elite Graduate Program "MINT-Lehramt PLUS"
Students talking.
Apr 2021
Summer term kick-off event
The kick-off event is a shorter and virtual substitute for the annual spring school. The spring school had to be canceled two years in a row due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Participation: Students of the Elite Graduate Program "MINT-Lehramt PLUS"
Students talking.
Apr 2021
Internal Retreat in Integrated Immunology
The annual retreat, gives students, faculty, and the external academic advisory board opportunities to network, evaluate teaching, share experiences about internships abroad, and provides impulses for personal career planning.

Participation: Students of the Elite Graduate Program "Integrated Immunology"
Students in a classroom.
Mar 2021
Responsible Research 2021
The graduate programs of the Life Science Campus Großhadern/ Martinsried together with the Graduate Center of the LMU Munich will jointly host an event on responsible conduct in research. Master students, doctoral candidates, postdocs, senior scientists - all are welcome! Registration is now open! https://www.responsibleresearch.graduatecenter.uni-muenchen.de/index.html|To the registration and further information
Poster for an event
Mar 2021
Workshop on Parallel Numerical Methods
In this course, students implement numerical algorithms such as the PCG method on supercomputers using C/C++ and OpenMP or MPI. The resulting parallel efficiency will be observed using feasible numerical problems.

Participation: Students of the Elite Graduate Program "Scientific Computing".
[Translate to English:] Auf dem Bild ist der Supercomputer für den Elitestudiengang Scientific Computing zu sehen.
Jan 2021
Guest lecture on TLA+
Dr. Stephan Merz from IN­RIA will give a talk in the spe­cial lec­ture series of the Elite Grad­uate Pro­gram "Software Engi­neer­ing". The topic of the talk is “The TLA+ Lan­guage and Tool Set”. The lec­ture is orga­nized as an online meet­ing.

Partici­pa­tion: Mem­bers of the Elite Net­work of Ba­varia.
If you are inter­ested, please con­tact the coor­dina­tor of the Elite Grad­uate Pro­gram Dr. Haneberg by mail (haneberg@informat­ik.uni-augs­burg.de).
Audience of a talk.
Nov 2020
Graduation ceremony
The graduation ceremony is the highlight of the active time of our members in the Elite Network of Bavaria. This year the event has to be cancelled due to the corona pandemic.
There are many people standing in a large foyer talking to each other.
Nov 2020
i-Target workshop
This year's au­tumn work­shop in­clud­ed a soft skills train­ing on the topic "Grant writ­ing and get­ting fund­ed". On the sec­ond day there will be lec­tures and dis­cussions on the topic "Tran­scrip­tional altera­tions in can­cer".

Participation: Students of the International Doctorate Program "i-Target".
[Translate to English:] Ein Stift und ein Notizblock liegen auf einem Tisch.
Nov 2020
Global Competition with Team CyberTUM
Sci­ence must go on! This claim is moti­vating the CyberLimb and Cere­Bro teams for months, pre­paring for the Cybathlon 2020 Glob­al Edi­tion, broadcasted live by Cybathlon video plat­form. The Live-Stream is pub­licly acces­sible.

https://www.elitenetzwerk.bayern.de/fileadmin/Links.pdf|Download the Links
Two students of CereBro project team (TUM) are sitting on their office desktop, focussed on their computer screens while discussing with their team leader. On their desktop, blurred by camera’s depth of focus in the foreground of the picture, two so-called brain-computer-interface caps, ready for use.
Nov 2020
Modern methods of immunological research
The semi­nar, which is led by 12 lec­turers, pre­pares stu­dents for re­search in­tern­ships. Mod­ern im­muno­logi­cal re­search meth­ods are dis­cuss­ed by the stu­dents on the basis of cur­rent litera­ture and com­ple­ment­ed by expert knowlegde of the expe­rienced lec­turers.

Participation: Students of the Elite Graduate Program "Integrated Immunology"
Students and lecturers of the Master Program Integrated Immunology discussing a current research method in the seminar room.
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