Our Physical Spaces

TUM DigiLLab

The TUM Digital Teaching and Learning Lab (TUM-DigiLLab) is a newly established infrastructure for promoting digital skills in vocational and grammar school teacher training. It consists of a digital teaching-learning space, a fully digitalised environment for the development, testing and research of innovative teaching-learning concepts and has an important interface function for advising and supporting researchers, lecturers and students.

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IT-Stiftung EdTech Lab

Equipped with state-of-the-art VR/AR technology, powerful computational resources, and single-user eye-tracking technology, the EdTech Lab enables the exploration and piloting of modern educational technologies and implications of AI in 21st century learning and teaching contexts. With a generous donation from the IT-Stiftung Esslingen, a cutting-edge EdTech Lab is currently under development at TUM.

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TUM Medical Training Center

At the Medical Training Centre (MTC), medical students at the Technical University of Munich train essential skills and abilities for their future contact with patients in a realistic learning environment under professional supervision. Realistic models and modern patient simulators are used. All training scenarios are recorded using a modern audio-video system and then debriefed in detail by the trained instructors. The clinical staff at the MRI also make regular use of this opportunity. To ensure the quality of the courses and check their effectiveness, the course modules are regularly accompanied by research projects.

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ITüpferl is an interactive laboratory, a research workshop and a museum at the same time. It is open to visitors from the Faculty of Computer Science. Whether for alumnus, industry partners, scientists or students - in the research workshop we present modern computer science research and projects. Scientists from the Department of Computer Science work on cutting-edge topics and show you applications and demonstrations from their research projects. 

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Tools & environments

ILVI App – Interdisciplinary Longitudinal Virtual Patient Management

ILVI (Interdisciplinary Longitudinal Virtual Patient Management) is a smartphone application for medical education that organizes students` learning experience from textbook knowledge to case-based learning. Our first module is tailored to teach medical students interdisciplinary diagnostic management in a resource-oriented setting

VR Public Speaking Training for Professionals

To improve public speaking abilities in an engaging and innovative way, we
explore the implementation and effectiveness of an immersive Virtual Reality (VR) platform that
centers around believable public speaking situations and audiences.

Robot Teaming for Leadership Training

Robots are becoming ever more prevalent in society, posing questions related to their role in society in relation to humans. With this project, we aim to investigate the benefits and drawbacks of social robots in leadership roles within organizations.


InstaClone is a lifelike social media educational tool designed to promote data and algorithmic
literacy in secondary schools. It allows students to "look behind the curtain" and gain a deeper
understanding of the underlying mechanisms of social media.


With the Observer Research Tool, student teachers can practise observing and assessing lessons professionally and train their pedagogical-psychological skills in the process. They use the Observer Tool to evaluate filmed lesson scenes and can then compare their assessments with those of experts.

Educational Plattforms & Learning Courses

Video-based Toolbox for Teacher Education

The learning platform stands for multimedia, interactive, and high-quality OER materials for STEM teacher education. It supports educators, student teachers, and teachers in all of the various phases of high school and vocational teacher training in making teaching and learning digital, coherent, and innovative.



Artemis is an open-source learning and research platform with a focus on individual feedback to support interactive and adaptive learning. With its scalable infrastructure, it offers a variety of features including automatic assessment to different exercises, computer-based exams, and communication.


Focusing upon digital, video-based learning and testing environments, the project voLeA’s main research questions are which didactic strategies are most promising for fostering becoming physicians’ patient-communication competence and how this competence can be measured by means of a situational judgement test.

Exploring the World of AI

With "Exploring the World of AI," we developed a MOOC guided by constructionist learning
theory enabling everyone to learn about AI. The course is available in English and German and
has attracted 15.000+ learners since 2021.

Clearing House Unterricht

The Clearing House Unterricht sees itself as an interface between educational research and
educational practice and is aimed toward teachers and teacher educators in all phases of
teacher education. Our service offer includes current research findings prepared as short
reviews, podcasts, explanatory videos, and digital self-learning courses.

Clearing House Unterricht Academy

The Clearing House Unterricht Academy aims to enhance the ability of teacher educators to
competently engage with scientific evidence. By fostering both understanding and confident
utilization of research, we seek to pave the way for evidence-based teacher education and
ultimately evidence-based teaching practices. The support services and training opportunities
we provide are designed to seamlessly integrate scientifically prepared content with practical


Smerge is a version control system for the block-based language Snap! that enables collaboration and tinkering in the K-12 classroom. It is designed with novice programmers in mind, making it easy to use for teachers and students alike.

TUM Moodle Platform

Moodle is the central learning platform of the TU Munich. Moodle offers online learning spaces in which lecturers provide materials and many different activities for communication, collaboration and self-learning. Students can use the Moodle courses independently of time and place and according to their own learning needs.