International Politics at TUM in Munich.
Our promise to dig deep at the intersection of international politics, economics and technology.
Muntum provides with Gaining Insights a platform at the intersection areas of international politics in Munich at TUM.
Why is it so important to deal with international politics in Munich? The short answer: The Technical University of Munich (TUM) offers a wide range of fields of studies in Munich. Moreover, Munich itself is quite international and home to many strong businesses. This makes International Politics extremely relevant.
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COVID-19 & Political Momentum
HOW DOES THE COVID-19-PANDEMIC AFFECT INTERNATIONAL POWER STRUCTURES?
A tremendous political momentum was triggered by the current crisis. Its impact on the European economy is unprecedented. Join our webinar to gain insights in how this political momentum is affecting your field of study. Marius Hachenberg, a true expert at the intersection of international politics, economics and technology, will share his insights with you and answer your questions.
July 17, 4-5 pm
Ethics & Artificial Intelligence
IS ETHICS HOLDING BACK THE EU IN THE AI ARMS RACE?
Europe neither championing AI development nor its application is dealing with elemental questions being the first to publish the Ethics guidelines for trustworthy AI. Together with you, we want to investigate this topic and discuss potential strategies for Europe to strive to the forefront while remaining true to its principles.
Took place on December 9
Game theory and climate change
CAN INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS SAVE THE PLANET?
Climate change is probably the biggest challenge of the current century. While every single action of reducing CO2 emissions is taking us one step closer, there needs to be joint international effort to save the planet.
Join this event to gain exciting insights from a new perspective: The impact of game theory on climate change.
Our panel speakers Prof. Klaus Schmid, Dr. Florentine Koppenborg and David Ryfisch will share insights from both theory and practice. Prof. Miranda Schreurs, an expert on climate policy, will lead through the discussion.
Took place on August 9
International security and trade
CANADIAN PERSPECTIVES ON INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND NAFTA
Together with top diplomats of the Canadian embassy, we are investigating the current state of International Security and NAFTA negotiations.
Chatham House Rule applied.
Took place on March 25