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Science is going on! This theme started the first entirely virtual MSNE Neuroengineering Symposium on April 22nd 2020. MSNE students presented their latest research projects, performed at TUM as well as in many other places worldwide. Looking to the registration list, 75 students,... [more]

The conference FENS2020 is going to be virtual, taking place from 11-15 July 2020. We are happy about accepted abstracts, authored/co-authored by MSNE students: Isabelle Hoxha, Fulvia Del Duca, Stefan Ehrlich, Florian Bergner, Nicolas Berberich, Gordon Cheng: Improving user... [more]

You may find further information at Neuroengineering Symposium webpage. Registration required, please save the date! [more]

MSNE students Florian Schönleitner, Jonas Braun, and Germán Diez-Valencia have been nominated as finalists for the Best Conference Paper at CBS2019. The students received an invitation for writing an extended journal paper in a IEEE Transactions on Medical Robotics and Bionics... [more]

Currently, MSNE program is affected in several ways. @Applicants / Applciations for intake WS20/21 (i.e. lectures starting mid of Oct. 2020) Extended application deadline, see https://www.tum.de/en/studies/application-and-acceptance/Online Assessment continues, however  many... [more]

TUM has cancelled Master's Day event (planed for  March 26th 2020)  ... we will inform you in case we schedule another event! [more]

The Elite Master of Science Program in Neuroengineering (MSNE) will be supported by the Elite Network of Bavaria for another five years (2021-2026). The MSNE program has been offered at TUM since the winter semester 2016/17 and is unique in its kind in Germany. Since its... [more]

Report on student-hosted MSNE guest talk 12th of December 2019 [more]

After a lab tour at the two hosting professorships (Professorship for Bio-inspired Information Processing &  Professorship for Audio Information Processing), Prof. Liu presented her latest reseach work and an impressive live demonstration of tools, well-visited by MSNE students... [more]

TUM has changed the application process towards an entirlye electronic process, using TUM Online Application system. There is no need to send hardcopies to TUM for the purpose of application anymore. VPD processes (-> applicable for non-EU Applicants) still require submission of... [more]