Research Projects of MUAS

Our research focuses on projects that support the education and training of our students. To achieve this, we apply to public funding agencies for research and development projects in cooperation with industry, universities, and other higher education institutions.


Currently, the Munich University of Applied Sciences houses over 75 research and development projects. Special emphasis is placed on sustainable development as well as the promotion of business start-ups, the latter of which is achieved in cooperation with the Strascheg Centre for Entrepreneurship (SCE) .


Project manager and departmentProject title
Prof. Dr. Patricia Arnold
Department 11
SUCCESS - Study Success and Opportunities for Refugees in Higher Education
Prof. Dr. Thomas Bausch
Department 14
AlpFoodway - a cross-disciplinary, transnational and participatice approach to Alpine food cultural heritage
Prof Dr.-Ing. Oliver Bohlen
Department 04
ReVISEDBatt - Resonances, Vibrations, Shocks, External mechanical forces and Detection methods for Lithium-Ion-Batteries
Prof Dr.-Ing. Oliver Bohlen
Prof. Dr. Simon Schramm
Department 04
UNABESA - Universal connection of Battery Storage Systems from Electric Vehicles for Stationary Applications
Prof. Dr. Celine Chang
Department 14
Interreg Bayern - Österreich: Trail for health Nord
Prof. Dr. Andre Dürr , Department 02
Prof. Dr. Klemens Rother , Department 03
Consideration of sequence effects in service life estimation of hollow section joints
Prof. Dr. Constance Engelfried
Department 11
How do you live? - Discovering the narrative of others
Prof. Dr. Nathalie Eßig
Department 01
NewTrend: Call EeB: New tools and methodologies to reduce the gap between predicted and actual energy performances at the level of buildings and blocks of buildings
Prof. Dr. Nathalie Eßig
Department 01
CESBA (Common European Sustainable Building Assessment) Alps
Prof. Dr. Nicole Pötter
Department 11
Chances of access to vocational training for young refugees with a right to remain in Germany - opportunities and barriers in guidance and support
Prof. Dr. Christian Schweigler
Department 05
Biomass-fired Boilers with Condensing Heat Utilization by Means of a Sorption Heat Pump
Dr.-Ing. Volker Stockinger
Department 05
Municipal grid-connected energy supply ? Vision 2020 using the example of the municipality of Wüstenrot, project phase III