In the summerterm 2021, the Institute of Automotive Technology together with the Chair of Urban Structure and Transport Planning and the Munich Center for Technology in Society offers the possibility for students to work on an European benchmark of urban mobility. In cooperation with the institutes, students write their thesis on exciting topics in the field of mobility.
In the project euMOVE, teams of students are meant to explore and compare urban mobility throughout Europe. As a goal, the students compile a report which analyzes various regions and compare them to the status quo in the Munich metropolitan area.
In a first phase, this status quo is to be determined in Munich. In the beginning of the first phase, kickoff-days in the week of the 12.04.2021 take place at university together with the chair supervisors and all team members.
In a second phase, a distinct European area is set into focus for every team and several cities of that region can be visited to gather live-information (end of June / beginning of July 2021). During the third phase, the collected information of all teams is to be analyzed and compiled into an European mobility report. This report is presented at a event of larger scale (end of September 2021).
During the project, students are offered to write thesises in the projects scope for their individual study curriculum.
Your complete set of application documents comprises of one single PDF file including
- Filled in form of application: Here
- Transcript of records of current degree program
Please send the document to email@example.com.
Information event: 03.02.2021, 6-7 pm, Zoom-Link: Here
Application deadline: 15.02.2021
If you have any kind of question regarding the project, please refer to one of the contact persons mentioned below:
TUM Department of Civil, Geo and Environmental Engineering
Chair of Urban Structure and Transport Planning: Carolin Zimmer
TUM Department of Mechanical Engineering
Chair of Automotive Technology: Daniel Schröder
TUM School of Management
Munich Center for Technology in Society: Sophia Knopf