Graduate School of BioEngineering
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Due to the spread of Coronavirus we ask you to refrain from visiting the GSB office in person until further notice, in order to reduce the risk of infection.
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The Graduate School of BioEngineering (GSB) is a Thematic Graduate Center for Doctoral candidates at various TUM departments doing research in Bioengineering, Biomedical Technologies, Medical Physics, Medical Computer Science and related subjects. The GSB is the contact point for all matters relating to the Doctoral program, from registration all the way to graduation, for both interested students and for Doctoral candidates. The GSB offers continuing education courses and promotes international exchange and networking among its members.
Interdisciplinary and international
The Doctoral candidates who belong to the GSB all work on interdisciplinary projects in which they combine methodologies and key questions from Medicine, Biology, Physics, Information Technologies and Electrical Engineering. Thus a Doctoral program at the GSB always involves the readiness to engage with the content and cultures of other subjects.
The GSB actively promotes this interdisciplinary approach. All Doctoral candidates have to have two supervisors belonging to different departments. The entire membership of the GSB comes together at events such as the annual Summer School, where they have an opportunity to familiarize themselves with research in BioEngineering and related disciplines outside of their own respective specialty areas and to exchange and interact with instructors and other Doctoral candidates with similar research interests.
In order to promote international exchange, the GSB provides the Doctoral candidates registered at the GSB with organizational and financial support for studies abroad.
In addition to their own research, the Doctoral candidates are required to participate in various courses and workshops and to work in projects. In this context the candidates can put together their own individual program to fit their specific requirements and interests. Interdisciplinary events such as workshops on good scientific practice, self-management or handling conflict situations are a mandatory part of this program.
If you would like to participate in a Doctoral program at the GSB, you will first have to find a supervisor for your research project and define the project's topic. In the next step you will then be able to apply for membership in the GSB.
Detailed information on working towards a doctorate at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is available on the website of the TUM Graduate school.
You'll find potential Doctoral supervisors on the list of members of the Munich School of BioEngineering.