TUM General Student Advising is offering an info event March 15th 2021, 3 - 4 p.m. (CET) More information and registration information is available online. [more]

Link to Neuroengineering Symposium 2021 website (incuding registration information) [more]

On January 19th 2021, Prof. Gordon Cheng invited MSNE alumni and MSNE students to join a very relaxed eveing event: After a brief heads-up by Prof. Cheng, MSNE Alumni Steffen Schneider, Christoph Kocher, and Ann Kotkat presented their experience within the study program in a very... [more]

“The machine as an extension of the body” Combining neuroscience and robotic research has gained impressive results in the rehabilitation of paraplegic patients. A research team led by Prof. Gordon Cheng from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) was able to show that... [more]

With respect to an extended application period at TUM in summer 2020 and a later start in the lecture periode winter 2020/21 at all Bavarian universities, MSNE admission processes took longer this year. Meanwhile, all interviews have been conducted and all applicants received a... [more]

The paper "Calibration-Free Error-Related Potential Decoding with Adaptive Subject-Independent Models: A Comparative Study" is available under the "Early Access" area on IEEE Xplore. Florian Schönleitner is student in ENB Elite Master Neuroengineering program. (Source Message) ... [more]

Five Students of the Master in Neuroengineering study program (MSNE) won the BCI-Challenge in the 2020 edition of IEEE Brain virtual Hackathon.  Within a 24h Hackathon, the students (Eric Ceballos Dominguez, Jin Hwa Lee, Ashish Rao Mangalore, Svea Marie Meyer und... [more]