People and Units NAT

People and Units NAT

Student Council Speakers

The Student Council Speakers are the central point of contact, both internally and externally. Do you want to get involved but don’t know exactly where to start? Then get in touch with us!

Frowin Wild
Jannik Husemann

Unit of study and teaching

WG Studies

The working group (WG) Studies supports the Study Program Revision Committee and student observers in aptitude assessment procedures (EfV) and degree programme orientation procedures (SOV).

Ole Fleischhauer
Anselm Schmack

Quality Management Circle

The quality management circles (QM) are constantly working on improving teaching for the various degree programmes. For this, representatives of students and the faculties come together in a committee to discuss major challenges.

WG Didactics

The WG Didactics supports the class speakers in case of any lecture-related problems, prepares QM circles, helps with feedback, and analyses the results of lecture evaluations in order to award prizes for good teaching.

Sebastian Ludwig
Delia Thalmayer

Study Program Revision Committees

The Study Program Revision Committees review and amend degree programmes while student representatives contribute the student perspective on changes.

Appointment Commissions

TUM appoints or renews professorships through an appointment committee, which consists, among others, of two student representatives. They ensure that the professors’ teaching concepts create real benefits for the students.

University Politics Unit

WG HEPftH (Higher Education Policy for the Hopeless)

The working group HEPftH (Higher Education Policy for the Hopeless) works together to develop strategies to solve various problems at university policy level and thus work towards generally better study conditions in the School of Natural Sciences.

Eugenie Zaitseva

Representatives on the School Council

The School Council is the highest authority of the School under the chairmanship of the Dean. The committee advises and decides on general teaching matters, habilitations, the granting of teaching authorisation, the appointment of professors, and other fundamental matters.

Mirjam Fischer
Jonas Petzold

Representatives on the TUM Student Parliament

The TUM Student Parliament (FSR) is an assembly of the Student Representation (SV) of the TUM, comprising all student councils. The meetings of the FSR take place every 3 weeks at different locations. At these meetings, topics such as university groups, SV events, the allocation of Germany Scholarship, and more are discussed; delegates and representatives are elected; and motions for financial resources or event equipment are submitted. The meetings are open to the public and all students have the right to propose motions and hold the floor.

Anastasiia Abielian
Delia Thalmayer
Emanuel Basler
Ekaterina Sofina
Marina Ruoff

Representatives on the Study Grants Committee

The study grants are used to improve study conditions and teaching. The Study Grants Committee (StuZuKo) decides each semester on the distribution of funds, which are mainly used for tutorials, support for lecture scripts, and new practicals in accordance with the curriculum.

Communication Unit

Representatives for Food Chemistry

The representatives maintain contact between the student council and the Food Chemistry (LC) degree programme. They are also the point of contact for food chemistry students who have not yet had any interaction with the student council.

Leon Mayr
Jennifer Knauer

Representatives for Chemical Engineering

The representatives maintain contact between the student council and the Chemical Engineering degree programme (CIW). They are also the point of contact for chemical engineering students who have not yet had any contact with the student council.

Alexander Achhammer
Rafael John

WG Recruitment

The WG Recruitment is looking for new members for the student council. It offers various smaller events in the main Physics/Chemistry building.

Internal unit

IT Representative

The IT representatives take care of the student council’s IT matters.

Joachim Ottinger
Julian Leberfing