FAQ

Any Questions about TMS?

Your chances are very limited but we don’t say never. Greatly depends on your subject of study, as we’re trying to match the number of participants evenly between them.

No, failure to attend the Pre-Event will result in a failed attempt on the course – unless you inform us in time, in this case, we’ll just never enroll you.

Yes, as the Post-Event is for you to submit the reimbursement form with all bills for the project. One person is the team is responsible for collecting all the invoices and filling out the form. Make sure that this person submits everything on the Post-Event.

No, the first two days are where teams are formed and it’s not possible to catch up. Failure to attend the first two days will result in a failed attempt on the course – unless you inform us in time, in this case, we’ll just never enroll you.

Yes, failure to show up without notice will lead to a failed course.

We will fail you. We have more than 200 applications every semester and feel that this is only fair if you needlessly take away the opportunity of someone else to take part in the course.

Starting with SoSe 2019 we are introducing a new selection process. Find more info here.

Every working day (including pre-event) of the two weeks from 09:00-18:00; weekend optional 

The team work on the idea of their choosing, the only limitation is it needs to be a product with a hardware component (e.g. machatronic, mechanical). It can not be a software/platform product.

A two week course hosted by TUM Lab for Product Development and Lightweight Design, designed to foster innovation.

Giving students the chance to work on real world problems, exploring the potential of new technologies or challenges by developing new solutions.

Our goal is to promote innovation and facilitate the creation of new spin-outs at TUM.