Munich Institute of Biomedical Engineering

The Munich Institute of Biomedical Engineering (MIBE) is an Integrative Research Institute (IRI) within the Technical University of Munich (TUM) that fosters interdisciplinary cooperation and synergies between researchers from the broad field of Biomedical Engineering.

MIBE Advent Calendar

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  • Dr. Klaus Wagenbauer

    Klaus Wagenbauer among the "Top 40 under 40"

    24 November 2023 | Dr. Klaus Wagenbauer is among this year's „Top 40 under 40“ of the magazine „Capital“. The physicist has been working on further developing DNA nanotechnology since his doctorate at TUM. 2022, he founded the Spin-off Plectonic Biotech together with other TUM researchers.

  • Julia Herzen, Professor of Biomedical Imaging

    ERC Consolidator Grant awarded to Prof. Julia Herzen

    23 November 2023 | Prof. Julia Herzen is awarded an ERC consolidator grant for her project DEPICT. She aims to develop a physical model to advance high-resolution X-ray imaging on the micrometer scale and thus be able to determine the composition, distribution, and the amount of individual substances in the samples at such high resolution.


About MIBE

At MIBE, researchers specializing in medicine, the natural sciences, and engineering join forces to develop new methods for preventing, diagnosing or treating diseases. The activities cover the entire development process – from the study of basic scientific principles through to their application in new medical devices, medicines and software. Beyond research, MIBE also provides educational opportunities for students and doctoral candidates and fosters entrepreneurship.