TUM Sustainability Award by the Vice President for Research, Prof. Dr. Gerhard Kramer in recognition of outstanding research work in the field of energy-efficient construction and the implementation of closed material cycles (source: TUM certificate).

A paper on blue-green infrastructure planning with attention to local water balance and the influence of climate change and seasonality was published in the conference proceedings of Aqua Urbanica 2022.

In the current issue (10/2022) of "Stadt+Grün”, an article on the project scientific accompanying research: “Climate friendly building – model project” was published.

How do you envision the future of the campus? To become truly sustainable, it has to change! But how? And when? These and other questions will be discussed at the TUM Sustainability Day on October 27, 2022. If you want to imagine, explore and discuss the future of the TUM Campus, join us!

We are part of the “Gebäudeforum klimaneutral” of the German Energy Agency (dena).

How can cities be made livable in the face of climate change and settlement pressure? On the occasion of the Week of Climate Adaptation (12-16 Sept.), the interdisciplinary research project "Green City of the Future" is organizing a two-part input with presentations on the research results and a…

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Werner Lang from the Chair of Energy Efficient and Sustainable Planning and Building publishes his article "'Green Light' for the Ecological Transformation" in the publication "Political Studies 503: Designing the Living Space of the Future" of the Hanns Seidel Foundation.

On June 01, 2022, the young talent award "auf IT gebaut" ( for innovative, digital solutions in the construction industry was awarded by the RKW Competence Center under the patronage of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy at…

Dr. Simone Linke from the Institute of Energy Efficient and Sustainable Design and Construction contributes to "What will the green city of the future look like?" in the ARD Campus talks.

The Institute of Energy Efficient and Sustainable Design and Building takes over the academic responsibility for the certificate program "Ecological Building" from the TUM Institute for LifeLong Learning.