Business Computing, Department
Fakultät für Informatik at the TU München/Garching
- Boltzmannstraße 3
- 85748 Garching
- Phone: +49 89 289-01
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Special features regarding teachingEmphasis on the Mathematical-Engineering component; central areas of competence Decision Support Systems and Information Management; orientation to social, technical and economic aspects; connection between manufacturer and user perspective on business software; close cooperation with companies and administration; knowledge transfer through business start-ups.
Special features regarding the international orientationThe Faculty of Computer Science has set itself guiding principles on internationalism. Goals include: high quality in research, teaching and administration due to international character; large proportion of international students (30%), academics (20%) and administrative staff (10%); high language skills of all employees and students in both German and English; high intercultural competence and stays abroad at all levels.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsKTH Stockholm, Schweden; Helsinki University, Finnland; GeorgiaTech, USA; Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya Barcelona, Spanien; KAIST, Korea; Keio University, Japan; University of Copenhagen, Dänemark; TELECOM ParisSud (IPP), Frankreich; Shanghai Jiao Tong University, VR China.
Special features regarding the equipmentModern IT infrastructure in the new faculty building at the Garching Campus; approximately 250 public computer workstations for students; campus-wide wireless access (Laptop University); additional computer rooms in the chairs; student workspaces available 24 hours/day; national Supercomputing Centre LRZ (Leibniz Computing Centre) in the immediate vicinity.
Special features regarding research activities- Information Management, IT-Enabled Value Creation Networks, Service Management, Knowledge Work (CSCW); Planning and Decision-Making Problems and Mechanisms, Decision Support Systems, Algorithmic and Game Theory Fundamentals; Software Engineering: Enterprise architecture management, social software and web collaboration tools, domain-specific software architectures; Middleware architectures, event processing, service computing, distributed management of business processes.
Support for founders“UnternehmerTUM – Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the TUM” is a local cooperation partner that offers entrepreneurs and start-ups full-range services from the idea to the IPO. A team of experienced entrepreneurs, scholars and managers supports entrepreneurs in the development of products, services and business models. Experts provide active supervision in the set-up of companies, market entry and financing – also via venture capital.
Further information on research activitieshttp://www.in.tum.de/forschung/
Further information about study entry phasehttp://www.in.tum.de/
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