The Center for Digital Technology and Management (CDTM) is a joint institution of the two universities in Munich, the Technische Universität München (TUM) and the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU). The CDTM has 20 years of experience in entrepreneurship education and research and closely cooperates with renowned partners from industry, with start-ups and medium-sized companies.
The European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) is an independent body of the European Union set up to boost innovation and entrepreneurship across Europe, bringing together leading higher education institutions, research labs and companies. Partnering with EIT, the Center for Technology and Management (CDTM) can spread its core mission – to connect, educate and empower the innovators of tomorrow – across Europe and help train a new generation of intrapreneurs and entrepreneurs.
Below you can find a selected list of projects and courses the CDTM has been doing in partnership with one of the EIT innovation communities. Please note that activities before 2019 are not listed.
We are sorry to inform you that CDTM will not (co-)organize any EIT activities in 2020. If you are a student situated in Munich, we encourage you to learn more about our add-on study program Technology & Management. If you are looking for summer schools, have a look at the official EIT pages.
The summer school will teach you how to close the gap between large sets of available health data and digital assistants, to improve medical outcomes in chronic disease through entrepreneurial methods. Applications will be open from June 1st to July 12th!
The summer school aims to address current and future sustainability challenges of the food system through entrepreneurial methods. Applications will be open from May 1st to June 30st!
The aim of this module is to address the entrepreneurial challenges of women striving to found their own healthcare venture. Apply until 12th May 2019.
During InnovaCity employees from Municipalities, Start-ups and Corporates come together to solve urban mobility challenges, learning to apply a user-centered methods while connecting with main stakeholders.
Throughout twelve weeks, you will work in an interdisciplinary and international team of 4-5 exceptional students to develop a new product and business case for the health sector. Apply until 14th April 2019.