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We want to hear your opinion about face-to-face teaching!

On November 3, 2021 from 10-12 a.m. there will be a student council general assembly (Fachschaftsvollversammlung, FVV) where we want to hear your opinion about face-to-face teaching. In a Zoom meeting, we will inform you not only about face-to-face teaching possibilities, capacities for research internships, but also about the upcoming NAT School formation.

In addition to the survey on face-to-face teaching in the moodle course, you will find, as in the previous year, a digital chair contact fair, in which different chairs will present topics for theses or research internships to you. Feel free to check them out right now!

You will receive the link for the Zoom Meeting via the moodle course or your semester’s group chat.

We are looking forward to your digital attendance!

Your Student Council of Chemistry

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#LecturesForFuture – How to achieve sustainable mobility

According to the motto #LecturesForFuture, scientists around the world have given lectures offering insights into scientific work on climate crisis and further relevant societal challenges. These lectures aim to open up a critical public discourse on climate-, environmental- and sustainability-related topics.

Prof. Hubert Gasteiger, a TUM chemistry professor, has now also dedicated one of his lectures to the #LecturesForFuture project. In his talk he addresses the question of sustainable mobility and gives interesting insights into the current research and remaining challenges regarding battery electric cars and fuel cell electric vehicles.

The transformation of our mobility is the subject of numerous heated debates in living rooms and talk shows and is intensely discussed by politicians, business, society and the media. Often, you might be asked about your opinion because you study “something with chemistry…”. This is why we strongly recommend you to watch this lecture and gain a basic understanding of the technology, chances and challenges. It should be the responsibility of us all (as ongoing scientists, engineers, managers, decision-makers and voters) to bring some objective arguments into this discussion.

Here is the link to the lecture (accessible for everyone with a TUM account): 

https://tum.cloud.panopto.eu/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=09c5f363-1f84-4dd7-955a-ad2c00773e2e

Best,

Franziska, Philip, Matthias

PhD students

Chair of Technical Electrochemistry