Munich

How innovation works: Welcome to the eSIM revolution

Michael Tagscherer has been Chief Technology Office (CTO) at the Munich-based security technology group Giesecke+Devrient (G+D) since July 2019. A newly created position. As a computer scientist and...

Tomorrow is Good: “I think my wife will like it”

Last Friday we were invited to a special location for Lightyear, in Munich. Through the organization of a rally for a group of car collectors, we were asked to give an exclusive preview of Lightyear...

Testing ultra-economical LED street lights

Munich is one of the cities which, as part of the EU project Smarter Together running from 2016 until 2021, has already installed some intelligent lamp posts, equipped with energy saving LED-lights....

Schrödinger’s Cat Learns To Fly

To be dead and alive at the same time, is that possible? Even though it contradicts conventional human understanding, in the case of Schrödinger’s cat it is possible – if only in theory....

The Innovation Station: the solar car from Munich

Okay, it’s not a Lightyear with a driving range of at least 400 or even 800 kilometres and an almost-all-solar concept, but still, the Sion from Munich based Sono Motors is an interesting car....

Science Slam: scientific entertainment for everybody

Sometimes science can be pretty dry. For example, when we talk about new molecular structures that have groundbreaking properties. This is usually difficult for the layperson to understand. But...

One of the fastest supercomputers lives in Munich

“SuperMUC-NG” is the rather unspectacular name of the new supercomputer, which started its operation at Leibniz-Rechenzentrum (LRZ) in Munich/Garching. In the future, it will calculate...

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