The Mechanical Engineering Student Council (FSMB) represents all students at the Technical University of Munich Department of Mechanical Engineering. Apart from being involved in decision-making on the Department Board and in the university to improve conditions for students, the FSMB is also active in many other areas.
Mechanical Engineering Student Council
Self-made take-off: Since 1924 AkaFlieg has been designing and building aircraft. When everything works, then the students become pilots.
Akaflieg München e.V.
Model aerobatics: The members of AkaModell build remote-controlled model aircraft. The high point of their efforts is to fly the models.
In the globalDrive initiative, TUM students, together with students from universities outside of Germany, work on projects in the area of automotive technology.
In their own construction office, the Gas Turbine Team designs, tests and optimises aspects of, for example, motors and acoustics.
In this initiative students develop medical technology for developing and newly-industrialised countries and not only provide the products but also offer information transfer and help people to help themselves.
MedTech One World Students
On the way into space: Students construct their own cube satellites. "First MOVE" took off into space at the end of 2012. Participants are now working on its successor "MOVE II".
The student racing stable: Every year the TUFast teams construct a new formula student racing car. In student formula contests they compete against international teams.
Practical robotics: planning, design and construction of robotic systems is what TUM Phoenix Robotics is dedicated to. Amongst other projects, they are building a multi-functional robot vehicle.
Reaching for the stars: Whether it is a matter of space elevators or interstellar travel, the scientific working group for rocket technology and astronautics devotes itself to practice-oriented projects in the area of aeronautics.
TUM Boring - Innovation in Tunneling is about a more productive future where less time is wasted in traffic. To that end, the group aims to build the world's fastest tunnel boring machine and compete in Elon Musk's Not-a-Boring Competition. TUM Boring - Innovation in Tunneling
Travelling in a high-speed train at a speed approaching that of sound: The student group TUM Hyperloop is working on this vision and is developing a concept for a safe and sustainable means of transport for the future.
The place to meet on campus: C2 peps up life on campus and brings students together with, amongs others, pasta Fridays, pizza weeks and the weekly pub quiz.
C2 – Die Campus-Cneipe
Make contacts: Students of all subjects organise career fairs in all three TUM locations, including in the Department of Mechanical Engineering's main building, which offer workshops and lectures, bringing students and companies together.