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Facing Corona together

We are currently facing a situation that is new for all of us. In times of uncertainty, it is important to understand how the Corona crisis will affect us, as well as how it will affect the economy.

The TUM School of Management would like to take this opportunity to share its knowledge with you. We believe, that in times like these, it is now more important than ever to stand together.

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News & Expert Knowledge

Find the latest news and what our Professors say about the impact of Corona on the economy.

COVID-19: A Case of “Frustration of Contract”?

The SARS-CoV-2 virus has led to a worldwide pandemic. In order to slow down the exponential increase of infection numbers, various severe restrictions were gradually introduced in Germany. The nationwide lockdown decreed on March 22 paralyzed many areas of life and the economy. It is clear that the effects of the Corona pandemic have far-reaching economic consequences. It is equally obvious that some industries, such as the event and tourism industry, or aviation were faced with the prospect of insolvency from one day to the next due to the shutdown. Can Corona therefore justify a frustration of contract (Störung der Geschäftsgrundlage) according to German law?

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“Regarding electrical mobility technology, the German automotive industry currently lacks behind

The Coronavirus has been very costly for Audi; with over 20% fewer cars sold, a 30% drop in sales, and a 750 million euro loss in the first half of the year alone. “We are currently in the middle of the biggest transformation in the history of our industry. A determined turnaround is necessary for Audi, and for the entire industry, not just since Corona. When it comes to digitization, we are sitting in the second row,” says Markus Duesmann, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi AG. In the front row: a visionary from California – Tesla. Today, Tesla’s stock value is higher than those of BMW, Daimler and VW combined. The reason: From the very beginning, Tesla strove to build a computer on wheels.

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TUM Start-Up Kinexon Facilitates Restart in US Sports

Kinexon, the start-up founded by graduates of the Technical University of Munich (TUM), develops hardware and software that traces the movements of athletes, but which can also be used to automate production processes in industry. A new contact tracing technology developed by the company is now playing a role in the restart of the major US sports leagues.

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Study on Homeschooling During Corona

85 percent of surveyed households in which school-age children live had digital school lessons or a digital exchange with teachers during the Corona epidemic, and the success of homeschooling depends heavily on the digital literacy of teachers. These are the findings of the eGovernment MONITOR 2020 study by the Initiative D21 and the Technical University of Munich (TUM), conducted by Kantar. Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar, Founding Dean and Delegate Officer of the President – TUM Campus Heilbronn and Professor for Information Systems at TUM, contributed to the study on the part of TUM.

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Innovation as an Answer to the Crisis

After a vast amount of virtual meetings, many employees are experiencing fatigue towards video calls. Often virtual events cannot keep up with real experiences, and interpersonal exchange falls by the wayside. The team of Streavent offers a solution: With a personalizable and technologically sophisticated streaming platform, events can (re-)gain character and become a real experience for the participants. The story shows, besides all the serious consequences the pandemic has brought with it, the crisis is also a time for pioneers. We talked to the founder Lysander Homm, who is studying Management and Technology at the TUM School of Management, about the power of innovation and the role of the university.

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Leadership and Followership 5.0: The Next Chapter for Work and Collaboration in Firms

The Corona Crisis continues to accelerate the digital transformation of firms. Recent organizational and psychological research shows that leaders need to change their leadership behavior in order to best motivate and create trust amongst their employees, while followers, in remote settings, must develop different skills and display different behaviors in order to be successful.

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Corona Crisis Gives Stronger Impulses for Digitization Than It Does for Sustainability

A special survey recently conducted by the Bertelsmann Foundation, the TUM Campus Heilbronn and the MÜNCHNER KREIS set out to trace the impact of the Covid19 pandemic on the world of work. More than 200 experts were interviewed for the survey, and agree that the digital transformation within companies has been accelerated by the crisis. Furthermore, they expect lasting changes for specific industries and operating procedures, whereas current trends towards greater sustainability are expected to be temporary in nature.

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The Corona Disruption: Adaptation is the Key to Survival

The COVID-19 crisis has changed our lives tremendously overnight. It has impacted the way we live as a society, how we educate our children, and how businesses operate. Even though we experience this disruption in our lives as unique, historically, disruptions of businesses and whole industries are not uncommon.

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“We shouldn’t withdraw into the virtual world”

The Corona crisis changed the working world in no time at all: Home office, web meetings and hygiene measures are now part of our everyday routine. Prof. Klaus Bengler of the Chair of Ergonomics at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) investigates what we can learn from these experiences.

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Equal opportunities through digital teaching

When over a thousand students attend a lecture, is it possible to find time for individual participants’ problems? Dr. Stephan Krusche of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has developed a digital teaching concept that offers a solution and has now been announced the winner of the 2020 Ars Legendi Prize for excellence in university teaching in engineering sciences and informatics.

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Trust, Blockchain, and Smart Contracts – Virtual Workshop at the Chair for Technology and Innovation Management

“Trust, Blockchain, and Smart Contracts” was the topic of an online workshop held last week at TUM School of Management. Organized by Professor Joachim Henkel and Daniel Obermeier from the Dr. Theo Schöller endowed Chair for Technology and Innovation Management, the event brought together 27 scholars from internationally renowned universities.

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Working & learning during Corona: Executive & Young Professional students share their stories

Part-time education while also working can be tough – especially in times like these when everything has to be done remotely. Meanwhile, adapting to new routines and finding ways to be effective at home may also serve as a chance to grow and to fully embrace the possibilities of digitalization – which matches an approach that’s deeply embedded in the Executive Education Center’s DNA.

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Open up the Universities!

“Universities have to present their own opening concepts, independently and proactively. At the beginning of the crisis, universities proved they could cope with the demands of digital teaching very well…

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The Impact of the Corona Crisis on the Trades Industry – Taking Stock

In March 2020, Prof. Dr. Gunther Friedl and Benedikt Tratt from the Chair of Controlling at the TUM School of Management published a study on the impact of the Corona crisis on the trades industry together with the Ludwig Fröhler Institute for Handicraft Science.

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TUM Knowledge Base: Recommendations for (Virtual) Teams and their Leaders

The German government describes the #WirVersusVirus Hackathon as “one of the largest and most successful community campaigns against the coronavirus and its effects.” Together, people of all ages and professions searched for solutions – and numerous great projects were created. TUM Professor Dr. Joachim Henkel also believes that the best solutions do not always come from experts, but often from people who work outside the field of the respective problem. We interviewed him about crowdsourcing.

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Crowdsourcing – The best solutions do not always come from experts

The German government describes the #WirVersusVirus Hackathon as “one of the largest and most successful community campaigns against the coronavirus and its effects.” Together, people of all ages and professions searched for solutions – and numerous great projects were created. TUM Professor Dr. Joachim Henkel also believes that the best solutions do not always come from experts, but often from people who work outside the field of the respective problem. We interviewed him about crowdsourcing.

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The future of digital studies has arrived

The Technical University of Munich (TUM) has started its summer semester, which will take place primarily online due to the coronavirus pandemic. At very short notice, TUM has drastically expanded its digital curriculum so that all students can continue their learning activities without interruption.

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Professor Lütge: “It is now important to gradually revive public and economic life”

The corona pandemic could trigger the biggest economic crisis since World War II, experts are warning. Governments have taken unprecedented measures to fight the SARS-CoV-2-virus including the restriction of fundamental rights. But is the price perhaps too high? For weeks, life in Germany and other countries worldwide has been largely paralyzed. In the pursuit to keep things going, millions are currently working digitally at home. But what about those who can not adapt quite as easily? Professor Christoph Lütge from the Department of Corporate and Business Ethics at the TUM School of Management shares his insights on corporate responsibility and strategy in times of the coronavirus as well as his point of view on necessary next steps.

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Helfen.München: Looking forward today to tomorrow’s beer

Since the coronavirus has taken hold of Germany, a wave of solidarity has been rolling over the country. Within a very short time, companies, associations and private individuals have launched initiatives to help all kinds of people affected. Kathrin Khadra, a master’s student in electrical engineering and information technology at the Technical University of Munich, is one of the supporters. She initiated the platform Helfen.München – and a decisive factor made the project successful.

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“We need to rethink our optimisation principles”

Prof Johannes Fottner worked as an engineer in the economy for many years, before he accepted the Chair of Materials Handling, Material Flow and Logistics at the Technical University of Munich in 2016. In his research, he examines the technical and process-related aspects of logistics and supply chains in particular. The coronavirus crisis has revealed major deficits in supply chain management, Johannes Fottner explains in an interview. But, he says, the current situation is opening up plenty of opportunities – for the economy as well as for science.

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In-ear sensors to help in fight against COVID-19

A team at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) plans to use high-tech biometric sensors for 24-hour monitoring of COVID-19 patients in home isolation. The goal of the study is to find out whether rapid treatment in response to deteriorating vital signs can improve the chance of survival and ease the workload of intensive care units. The study got off to a quick start thanks to donations.

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“Short-term decisions can have a long-term impact on our world”

The weapons deployed in the fight against the covid-19 pandemic also include artificial intelligence. AI might be able to recognize patterns in the spread of the disease, for example. These new possibilities raise ethical issues, however. Christoph Lütge holds the Chair of Business Ethics and is the director of the Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). He has joined colleagues from other respected universities and research institutions to establish the Global AI Ethics Consortium.

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#WirVsVirus: a Hackathon Against the Pandemic

In March 2020 28,300 participants, many of whom were students, researchers, staff and alumni of the Technical University of Munich (TUM), gathered online to participate in what would become one of the world’s largest hackathons: #WirVsVirus.

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Minister President appoints TUM economist to new advisory committee

A new Economic Council by Bavarian Minister President Dr. Markus Söder will include Ann-Kristin Achleitner, Professor of Entrepreneurial Finance at TUM School of Management, among its members.

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Interview with Prof. Dr. Maximilan Lude: “The Corona crisis creates a momentum of the new”

The current Corona crisis is causing offices in Germany to empty and forcing many companies to switch to remote work and virtual meetings on very short notice.

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Interview with Dr. Alexandra Mittermaier: “We are witnessing great solidarity”

Almost 23,000 people have actively participated in the #WirVersusVirus Hackathon sponsored by the German government. Around 1,500 projects were worked on. Initiatives like this fall into the category “Social Entrepreneurship”

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Working together to promote digital learning

For the time being the corona pandemic has made it impossible to hold courses in lecture halls and seminar rooms. Nevertheless TUM wants to make sure that its 43,000 students suffer no serious consequences and they will still be able to continue their studies in the upcoming summer semester without extraordinary limitations. TUM President Thomas F. Hofmann is asking for support in order to implement a massive expansion of digital teaching.

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“Panic buying harms us all”

The scramble for toilet paper and pasta is leaving supermarket shelves empty. The coronavirus pandemic is having a huge impact on people’s purchasing behaviour, notes Alexander Hübner. The businesseconomist who teaches at the Technical University of Munich has a critical view of panic buying and explains how basic supplies are also safeguarded in the current crisis.

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Study: Effects of the Corona pandemic on pensions

The corona pandemic will place a much greater burden on contributors in the future, while the level of security for pensioners will rise. This is the conclusion of current calculations by the Munich Center for the Economics of Aging (MEA) at the Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy (MPISOC).

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The impact of the Corona crisis on the trades sector 

The Corona crisis and the associated restrictions on public life are giving the trades sector in Germany a hard time. On the one hand, the measures taken have led to a drop in demand, in some cases considerably. On the other hand, companies are facing challenges in trying to keep production up and running because supply chains are interrupted and employees are absent due to illness or quarantine. This quickly leads to existential hardships, especially for small companies.

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Interview with Prof. Sebastian Müller: “I’m sceptical that the recovery on the markets will come soon”

The coronavirus has brought stock markets around the world to their knees. Share prices have taken a nose dive, investors are unsettled and no improvement is yet in sight. Sebastian Müller, Professor for Finance at the TUM School of Management, has been researching anomalies on financial markets for years. During an interview, he talks about the current crisis and considers how stock owners may best respond to the situation.

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A Message from the Dean

Public life stands still, containment of the coronavirus is the top priority at the moment. That is why the TUM School of Management has also mainly closed its doors. Teaching and examinations have been suspended, and the libraries are not allowed to be visited. In order to ensure the health of our employees, we have switched to working from home. At the same time we want to provide you with the best service possible and the quality you are used to from the TUM School of Management: but now online.

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ARD-alpha: Prof. Dr. Gunther Friedl about economic consequences of corona crisis

Empty shelves of flour and toilet paper, miles of traffic jams on the borders. The consequences of the Corona crisis are deeply worrying people. “The situation is serious, but we don’t need to worry about security of supply in Germany for the next few weeks.” This was emphasized by Prof. Dr. Gunther Friedl, Dean of the TUM School of Management yesterday evening in the Corona consulting hour (Sprechstunde) on ARD-alpha.

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How does the Corona crisis affect our students?

The Coronavirus has been paralyzing public life for days, and students are also affected. Although most students are on their semester break at the moment, time off does not necessarily mean time off.

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Professors on YouTube

Prof. David Wuttke on Panic Buying

Prof. David Wuttke on Exponential Growth

Only available in German: Prof. Horst Wildemann zum Thema "Wie beschleunigt die Corona-Krise Innovationen?"

TUM in the media

The below media was taped and broadcasted in Germany, thus the following is only available in German

Dekan Prof. Gunther Friedl im ZDF heute Journal

Ein Kommentar von unserem Dekan, Prof. Gunther Friedl, zur Maskenaffäre im ZDF heute Journal (ab Minute 13:00).

Prof. Hutzschenreuter im ZDF heute Journal

Das Coronavirus hat Audi tiefrote Zahlen beschert, doch auch zuvor war die deutsche Automobilindustrie bereits geschwächt: “Bei der Elektro-Mobilität hinkt die deutsche Automobilindustrie derzeit hinterher – das gilt für fast alle Leistungsindikatoren. Diese Situation stellt für alle deutschen Automobilunternehmen, insbesondere für VW und Audi, eine kritische Herausforderung dar. Um die Lücke zu schließen, ist ein radikaler Wandel notwendig. Schnelligkeit ist im Wettlauf um die Führung in der “neuen” Automobillandschaft von höchster Bedeutung”, so Prof. Dr. Hutzschenreuter im ZDF heute Journal.

Prof. Krcmar in der Heilbronner Stimme

Prof. Dr. Helmut Krcmar im Interview mit der Heilbronner Stimme dazu, wie Corona die Arbeitswelt verändert.

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Dekan Gunther Friedl in ZDF heute und im ZDF heute Journal zum Wirecard-Bilanzskandal

Beitrag vom 22.07.2020 im ZDF heute Journal (ab Minute 8:22)

“Bei einem DAX-Unternehmen wie Wirecard müssen tatsächlich viele Personen zusammenarbeiten, um solch einen Betrug zu decken.”, kommentiert Prof. Dr. Gunther Friedl.

Unternehmen sollten den Neustart nach Corona als Gelegenheit zum Aufbruch nutzen

Die deutsche Industrie kann die Folgeschäden durch Covid-19 minimieren, wenn sie eigene Instrumente für einen schnellen Wiederanlauf nutzt.

Ein Gastkommentar von Prof. Wildemann im Handelsblatt.

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Zoom Fatigue: Wenn der Videochat zur Qual wird

Nicht überall wird gelockert – zahlreiche Menschen tauschen sich statt in Hörsaal und Büro immer noch in Videochat-Apps aus. Auf Dauer kann das frustrieren und auf die Seele schlagen. Wie man das Phänomen “Zoom Fatigue” trotzdem in den Griff bekommt.

Dekan Prof. Dr. Gunther Friedl über die Gründe zur Zoom Fatigue.

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Ist die Corona-Warn-App nur etwas für Privilegierte?

Die Corona-Warn-App hat das Potenzial, hierzulande eine nicht unerhebliche Rolle bei der Eindämmung der Pandemie zu spielen. Allerdings ist sie nicht für alle Deutschen verfügbar – noch nicht. Ein Makel, mit dem die Gesellschaft aber leben müsse, sagt der Wirtschaftsethiker Christoph Lütge.

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Professor Hutzschenreuter comments in ZDF heute

Professor Hutzschenreuter comments on the corporate governance system of public listed companies, i.e. the responsibilities of not detecting manipulation earlier, related to the Wirecard case in ZDF heute (starting minute 1:25).

Dekan Gunther Friedl im BR zu „Wann können die Studierenden zurück?“

Vor Kurzem veröffentlichte die FAZ einen Gastbeitrag von Prof. Dr. Gunther Friedl, Dekan der TUM School of Management. Das Thema: “Öffnungspläne an Unis.” Der BR hat dieses Thema nun in seinem politischen Magazin “kontrovers” aufgenommen.

Sehen Sie hier den Beitrag in der BR Mediathek oder lesen Sie den Artikel hier.

Prof. Krcmar zum Thema Home-Office bei kleinen Unternehmen

Etwa drei Monate ist es her, dass die Bundesregierung inmitten der Hochphase der COVID-19-Krise in Europa, die Unternehmen dazu aufforderte ihre Büros zu schließen und ihre Mitarbeiter in die Home-Offices zu schicken, um den rasanten Anstieg der gemeldeten Corona-Infizierten schnellstmöglich unter Kontrolle zu bringen. Die Arbeitsabläufe der meisten Unternehmen änderten sich dadurch von heute auf morgen fundamental…

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Prof. Krcmar zum Thema "Künstliche Intelligenz"

Künstliche Intelligenz wird künftig stärker von Gesellschaft und Politik gestaltet. Die neue Zukunftsstudie von Bertelsmann Stiftung und MÜNCHNER KREIS geht der Frage nach, wie Künstliche Intelligenz (KI) in den kommenden Jahren die Bereiche Leben, Arbeit und Bildung verändern wird. Mehr als 500 ExpertInnen aus Wirtschaft und Wissenschaft gaben dafür ihre Einschätzungen ab. Die Corona-Pandemie dürfte den Prognosen zufolge die Verbreitung von KI-Technologien weiter beschleunigen.

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“The situation is turning everything upside down”

The situation turns everything upside down,” says Professor Helmut Krcmar, Founding Dean TUM Campus Heilbronn and Vice Dean TUM School of Management in a recent interview with the Heilbronner Stimme. In the interview, he goes on to talk about the sudden switch to online lectures, discusses the challenges and opportunities of virtual learning, especially for our students in Heilbronn, and gives a brief outlook on possible developments in the future.

Read the full article (in German) here.

"Öffnet die Universitäten!" - ein Gastbeitrag unseres Dekans Gunther Friedl in der FAZ

“Hochschulen müssen eigenverantwortlich und offensiv eigene Öffnungskonzepte vorlegen. Sie haben zu Beginn der Krise gezeigt, dass sie mit den Anforderungen der digitalen Lehre sehr gut […] zurechtkommen. Sie müssen jetzt zeigen, dass sie den Weg hin zu einer neuen Kombination von Präsenz- und Digitallehre eigenverantwortlich gestalten können. Sogenannten Blended Learning Konzepten, also dem intelligenten Ineinandergreifen von Onlineangeboten und Präsenzlehre gehört die Zukunft. Die Coronakrise könnte dafür ein Beschleuniger sein. Wenn die Hochschulen hier wieder ihre Vorreiterrolle einnehmen, profitiert letztlich die gesamte Gesellschaft.”

Ein Gastbeitrag unseres Dekans Gunther Friedl in der Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung vom 10. Juni.

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Dekan Gunther Friedl in den ZDF heute Nachrichten zur Entwicklung der Arbeitslosenzahlen

Ein Statement zur Entwicklung der Arbeitslosenzahlen von Dekan Gunther Friedl ab Minute 6:08.

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Medizinethikerin Alena Buyx bei „Maybrit Illner“ zur Lockerung der Corona-Regeln „Viel mehr Eigenverantwortung“

Welche Folgen haben die Lockerungen der Corona-Regeln für jeden Einzelnen? Wie kann man die Gefahr steigender Infektionszahlen gegen die Folgen andauernder Beschränkungen abwägen? Und wie lassen sich bei den Lockerungen Prioritäten setzen? Darüber spricht Alena Buyx, Professorin für Ethik der Medizin und Gesundheitstechnologien und Mitglied im Deutschen Ethikrat, in der Talk-Show „Maybrit Illner“ im ZDF.

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Reuters TV Beitrag zum Monitoring von Covid-19-Erkrankten mit Ohrsensoren

Die Nachrichtenagentur Reuters hat einen Beitrag zum Forschungsprojekt Telecovid gedreht. Gemeinsam mit dem Referat für Gesundheit und Umwelt der Stadt München will die Technische Universität München (TUM) erforschen, ob ein Monitoring mit Ohrsensoren Risikopatientinnen und -patienten mit Covid-19 mehr Sicherheit bieten kann: Bei einer Verschlechterung des Gesundheitszustands kann so besonders schnell ein Transport in eine Klinik veranlasst werden.

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Professor Hutzschenreuters Artikel "Die Unternehmenslandschaft retten" veröffentlicht in der FAZ

Mit dem Angriff des Coronavirus auf unsere Gesundheit ist eine Basissicherheit der
Wirtschaft weggefallen. Unternehmen müssen sich darauf einstellen.


SZ berichtet: Studieren in Zeiten von Corona - Vorlesung per Video

Angesichts der Corona-Krise wird das Sommersemester an der Technischen Universität in Garching ausschließlich digital ablaufen.


Zweiteiliger Filmbericht über aktuelle Forschungsansätze der TUM zur Eindämmung des Coronavirus

Das Coronavirus hält die Welt in Atem. Parallel zur Versorgung von Erkrankten im Klinikum rechts der Isar entwickeln Forschende in vielen Bereichen der TUM neue Ideen, die Covid-19-Kranken dabei helfen können, wieder gesund zu werden. Eine zweiteilige Dokumentation von Sat1 zeigt, woran bayerische Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler im Kampf gegen das neue Coronavirus gerade arbeiten.


Virologe Dr. Dieter Hoffmann beim Tagesgespräch zur Corona-App

Große Datenmengen könnten dabei helfen, Infektionsketten zu unterbrechen, indem mögliche Corona-Infizierte beispielsweise mit einer App informiert werden. Offene Fragen in diesem Zusammenhang wurden beim Tagesgespräch im BR und auf ARD-alpha diskutiert. Virologe Dr. Dieter Hoffmann war als Telefongast in der Sendung.


Virologin Prof. Dr. Ulrike Protzer bei ARD-alpha

Ist das Tragen von Masken sinnvoll? Sind selbst gemachte Stoffmasken eine wirkliche Alternative? Ist eine Übertragung durch die Luft möglich? Kann ich mich an Türklinken anstecken? Welche Hygienemaßnahmen sind in einem Privathaushalt sinnvoll? Die Virologin Prof. Dr. Ulrike Protzer hat in der Corona-Sprechstunde vom 7. April die Fragen von Zuschauerinnen und Zuschauern rund um den Covid19-Erreger beantwortet.


Pneumologe Dr. Gregor Zimmermann bei ARD-alpha: Was passiert bei Covid-19 in der Lunge?

Bedeutet Asthma immer ein erhöhtes Risiko für einen schweren Verlauf von Covid-19? Auf was sollten Menschen mit anderen Lungenerkrankungen jetzt achten? Wie beeinflusst das Herz die Lungenfunktion? Der Pneumologe Dr. Gregor Zimmermann vom Klinikum rechts der Isar der TUM hat in der Sendung „Corona-Sprechstunde“ Fragen der Zuschauerinnen und Zuschauer von ARD-alpha beantwortet.


Prof. Dr. Alexander Hübner im Handelsblatt: Trend zum Regionalen wegen Corona

Die Corona-Pandemie wird nach Einschätzung eines Wissenschaftlers von der Technischen Universität München die Verbraucher stärker an regionale Händler binden.


Medizinerinnen und Mediziner zum Coronavirus in den Medien

Wie ansteckend ist das Virus? Wann wird es Medikamente und Impfstoffe geben? Medizinerinnen und Mediziner der TUM und des Klinikums rechts der Isar geben in den Medien regelmäßig Einschätzungen zum Virus und zur Pandemie ab.


Corona-Pandemie: Shutdown um jeden Preis?

„Seit zwei Wochen herrscht in Deutschland quasi Stillstand. Aber was kommt danach? Experten warnen jetzt schon vor der größten Wirtschaftskrise seit dem zweiten Weltkrieg. Ist der Preis der aktuellen Maßnahmen vielleicht zu hoch?“ Was sagte Prof. Dr. Christoph Lütge, Professor für Wirtschafts- und Unternehmensethik an der TUM School of Management dazu? Näheres im F.A.Z. Podcast für Deutschland (ab Minute 10’35″).

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Kommentar von Professor Hutzschenreuter in ZDF heute

Professor Hutzschenreuter kommentiert den Einfluss der Covid-19 Pandemie in deutschen Unternehmen.


Christoph Lütge im Interview mit dem Roman Herzog Institut: „Responsible AI ist der richtige Weg“

Christoph Lütges Credo: „Die gesellschaftliche Akzeptanz digitaler Technologien wird wesentlich von ethischen Regeln abhängen.“ Was bedeutet das in Zeiten der Corona-Krise.