If attended regularily, the PhD seminars and colloquia of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering may be recognized as subject-related qualification for PhD students. A confirmation issued by the seminar organizer confirming regular participation and the time spent in total is sufficient for the recognition at FGZ-EI, ideally provided (uploaded in Doc-GS) shortly before submission of thesis. As well, the PhD seminars offer a good opportunity for doctoral candidates to get involved in TUM's academic environment (-> Supervision Agreement).
Research units / institutes may direct requests for adaption or additions to this curriculum to FGZ-EI (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Current Topics in Photonic Quantum Technologies - PhD seminar
Time: Monday, 10 - 12 o'clock
Location: WSI, Seminar Room 101
Discussion of recent advances in photonic quantum technologies, such as quantum communication, quantum sensing, quantum metrology and quantum computing. In addition to presentations of recent publications the participating PhD students will regularly present and discuss the progress of their thesis projects.
Time: Friday, 12:30 – 14:00 o'clock
Location: Seminar room at the EES (room number 1025)
Subject: In this seminar topics of scientific interest in the field of electrical energy storage technologies will be presented by speakers and subsequently discussed. Topics covered span from the design and production of electrical energy storage devices to one- or multi-cell devices as well as modelling of numerical Simulations. PhD candidates and external speakers present current fields of research. Please contact email@example.com for further information. This seminar is open to all people enrolled at the TUM.
PhD colloquia "Grid-Application for Electrical Energy Storage Technologies"
Time: Monday, 13:00 – 14:30 o'clock
Location: conference room at the EES (room number 1007)
Subject: In this colloquium technical requirements, current developments and economical aspects for the application and grid integration of electrical storage technologies are discussed. Current publications and conference results in this field of research are discussed in detail.
Please contact holger.hesse[at]tum.de for further information.
This seminar is open to all people enrolled at the TUM.
Time: Wednesday, 9:30 – 11:30 o'clock - every two weeks
Location: Seminar Room 003 (5414.EG.003, Garching-Forschungszentrum, Zentrum für Energie und Information (ZEI), Lichtenbergstr. 4a)
Content: The seminar shows and discusses problems, methodological approaches and results of energy system models and urban energy systems. The main aspect is developing concepts for optimization problems, data provision and processing and the analysis of results.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
The seminar is open to all people enrolled at TUM.
Time:Wednesday, 16:30 - 17:30 o'clock
Location: seminar room 2001 (Karlstraße 45 / 2. Floor)
Content: It covers talks from doctoral candidates, as well as talks from visitors and guest scientists.
Program and further information: http://web.ics.ei.tum.de/~ehrlich/ICS_seminar/index.htm
The seminar is university-wide public. Guests are welcome.
Time: Friday, 10:00 - 12:00 o'clock
Location: Seminar room 1977 (Building 9, TUM Courtyard)
Content: In this seminar, doctoral candidates are presenting their research and invited talks are given by scientific guests. Program an further information at https://www.ei.tum.de/en/lkn/teaching/seminars/doctoral-seminar-communication-networks/.
Open event for members of our university, Guests are welcome!
Time: Friday, 13:15 - 14:45 o'clock (WiSe: Friday, 15:00 - 16:30 o'clock)
Location: seminar room 0406 (Building 4, Landwirtschaftsbau)
Content: In this seminar, doctoral candidates are presenting their research and invited talks are given by scientific guests. Program an further information at https://www.ei.tum.de/en/lmt/teaching/doctoral-seminar-media-technology/.
Open event for members of our university, Guests are welcome!
Combined PhD seminar offered by LNT, LÜT and COD
Time: Wednesday, 11:00 o'clock onwards
Location: Library room at the chair (N2405)
Content: In the LNT-LÜT-COD Doctoral Seminar members of the institute can present and discuss their latest research results. Further information on the website http://www.lnt.ei.tum.de/lehrveranstaltungen/seminare/doktorandenseminar/
Guests are welcome, no registration required.
Time: twice a month, 17:30 - 19:00 o'clock (except during a summer break)
Content: Seminar topics have a focus on "Security in Information Technology", presentations by doctoral candiates and partners of the chair.
The seminar is either public (incl. staff and industrial partners) or TUM-internal (only for staff). No registration required.
Further information on http://www.sec.ei.tum.de/lehrveranstaltungen/phd-seminar/.
PhD seminar offered by MMK (Prof. Rigoll, Prof. Fastl) along with AIP (Prof. Seeber) and VESPA (Dr. Dorr)
Time: Thursday 14:00-15:30 (Winter and Summer Semester)
Content: Topics, organizational details and further information available at https://www.mmk.ei.tum.de/lehre/oberseminar-mensch-maschine-kommunikation/
Topics in Audio Information Processing Research
PhD seminar offered by AIP (Prof. Seeber)
Time: Thursday 9:45-11:15 (Winter and Summer Semester)
Content: Topics, organizational details and further information available at AIP seminar webpage
Time: Announced via Email
Location: Seminar room 4905 (Building. 9, TUM Main Campus)
Subject: Discussion of progress and results achieved in doctoral projects with focus on Electronic Design Automation. Peer discussions and brainstormings, feedback and suggestions are highly appreciated. The event is partially open to the public, guest are welcome and obliged to register first (email@example.com).
Time: Tuesdays, 18:30 - 20:00
Location: Room N4410
Subject: Discussion of progress and results achieved in doctoral projects. The focus is on the fields of research covered at the institute, i.e. information theoretic security, quantum information theory, foundations of signal processing, and beyond. The event is open for TUM employees. Some events are reserved for presentations of our scientific guests.
Time: by arrangement (3 Weekly Semester Hours)
Subject: In this seminar achieved results, challenges and solution methods concerning doctoral projects in the field of electrical drives and power electronics are presented and discussed. For further questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
Time: Monday 13:15 - 14:45
Location: N1812 (Nano Meeting Room)
Subject: Topics according to the research focus of both groups (NANO, CPH). Presentations mostly by doctoral candidates as well as guest talks of external partners. Guests are welcome, no registration required.
Time: Friday, 10:00 – 12:00 o'clock - every week
Location: Building N3 Room 5311
Subject: The seminar shows and discusses problems, methodological approaches and results in the context of hybrid electronic systems. In addition, current publications and conference results in this field of research are discussed in detail. Please contact email@example.com for further information. The seminar is open to all people enrolled at TUM.
Time: Thursday, 16:00 – 17:30 (announcements talks and schedule)
Venue: Seminar room N1110A (TUM Main Campus, Building N1)
Subject: Doctoral candidates, employees, and guests are presenting latest results in their research (overview on MSV research topics) .
Open event for members of our university, guests are welcome! Contact by firstname.lastname@example.org
Date and Time: weekly every Thursday, 10:00 - 12:00
Content: Focus is on NEL research topics. Talks by doctoral candidates and external NEL guests. No registration required, hence please contact Dr. Philipp Rinklin or Prof. Dr. Bernhard Wolfrum first.
Time: Wednesday 12:30 – 14:00 o'clock
Location: Seminar room N4981 (0509.05.981)
In the Doctoral Candidates Seminar Embedded Systems and Internet of Things, current research topics and activities of the group are discussed. For this purpose, the doctoral candidates or members of the group present their research and participate in the discussion. From time to time, external speakers will be invited. State-of-the-art research publications will be discussed and their impact on the research activities of the doctoral candidates will be analyzed.
Guests are welcome. However, please contact email@example.com to register your participation.
Time: Thursdays 15:00 – 16:30
Venue: Seminar room 4981 (0509.05.981)
In the Doctoral Candidates Seminar "Real-Time Computer Systems", current research topics and activities of the group are discussed. For this purpose, the doctoral candidates or members of the group present their current research and participate in the discussion. State-of-the-art research publications will be discussed and their impact on the research activities of the doctoral candidates will be analyzed. From time to time, external speakers will be invited. Guests are very welcome. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register your participation.
Time: Wednesday, 13:00 - 14:30 o'clock
Location: Munich School of BioEngineering, BAI
Content: The PhD candidates get guidance to organize a larger research project, to conduct own measurements, to supervise student projects, to analyze research outcomes, their presentation and publication.
Objective: PhDs get the ability to
- organization of a larger research project
- conduct own measurements
- supervise student projects
- analyze research outcomes
- present research
- publish research
Languages of instruction: English/German
Lecture Series Research Network Hearing
Time: Thursday (according to announcement), 17:00-18:30 o'clock
Location: Hörzentrum München, Klinikum rechts der Isar, Ismaninger Str. 33
Inhalt: Scientific lecture series with internal and external guest speakers
Topic: Hearing Research
After the talks there is the opportunity to talk to the speakers and to start discussions with other participating scientists.
Language of instrictions: German/English