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On October 24th 2022, a MSNE student delegation of 14 TUM MSNE master students visited Brainlab AG Headquarter. After an impressive company museum tour guiding through the last 30 years of brain- and neurosurgery technology, students joined a presentation on state-of-the-art trajectory planning for…

MSNE students and MSNE faculty likewise are curating a speaker's series in neuroengineering, linking the Munich research community. A great opportunity to meet MSNE students and guests from partnering or thematically affiliated programs and research groups such as TUM ENB Master Biomedical…

In winter semester 22/23, 19 new students are starting their journey in TUM's ENB Master Program in Neuroengineering. A diverse group of students from all over the world, with heterogenous backgrounds, united in the idea of generating societal impact by exploring new technologies between…

After a longer pause due to the pandemic, MSNE students cateched the very first opportunity to organize a MSNE student retreat, inviting more than 50 MSNE students and guests to gather in the Allgäu Alps.  Motto while planning has been "Do not expect to much science or too much fun" ... however…

We are happy to welcome Prof. Nitish V. Thakor from Johns Hopkins University/USA!   Prof. Thakor is an IAS Hans Fischer Senior Fellow and part of the Focus Group "Human-Centered Neuroengineering" and hosted by ICS. Over the next years, Prof. Thakor will be visiting us frequently as part of his…

Application period for Winter 2022/2023 intake is Jan 1st until May 31st 2022. Kindly read our instructions for applicants first. Please note that TUM has changed the set of mandatory MSNE application documents recently. New required document is a short scientific essay. Reference letters are no…

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A Student Retrospective by Matthijs Pals

The IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC2021) accepted three papers (co-)written by MSNE students. At 43rd EMBC2021 Annual International Conference, students will be presenting: Title: Visually-guided Grip Selection for Soft-Hand Exoskeleton  Authors: Xingying Chen (MSNE student),…