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]

On Nov 7th 2019, MSNE program welcomed Prof. Robert Riener (ETH Zurich) for a guest talk, attracting more than 50 students, CyberTUM team members and researchers. This talk initiated the winter semester guest talk series (->series schedule).     [more]

Three papers accepted at the IEEE International Conference on Cyborg and Bionic Systems ( taking place in Munich from September 18-20: A prototype of a P300 based brain-robot interface to enable multi-modal interaction for patients with limited mobility. Jonas... [more]

Just a pricture from 2019 Neuruns Soccer Team attending at the ENB Elite Cup 2019 in Regensburg, a soccer tournament among Elite Network of Bavaria study programs. Our training schedule and strategy for 2020 edition is already set up... (just a message for all other teams!) Read... [more]

This year two "Neuruns"-teams build-up among MSNE students and faculty, one team for the 5.5 km challenge and another team competing on a 11 km track. The event was again well-organized by TUM Junge Akademie, so it was a great pleasure to go for one or two rounds (or even three ;)... [more]

TUM recently published an interview with MSNE Program Director Prof. Gordon Cheng on purposive learning. The interview refers to an 2019 article in Science Robotics journal: G. Cheng, K. Ramirez-Amaro, M. Beetz, Y. Kuniyoshi: "Purposive Learning: Robot Reasoning about the... [more]

On May 16 2019, a group of 16 MSNE students joined an invitation by Brainlab AG. The talks from R&D gave an excellent overview on challenges in neural image processing and neurosurgery toolchains. A guided tour in the company museum illustrated the development of devices and... [more]