we are hiring: student research assistant (m/w/d)

The Chair of Building History, Building Archaeology and Conservation is looking for two student research assistant from 1st of Frebruary 1. Februar 2024 with a workload of 12 hours per week. 


Department UPDATE

Freiburg und die Folgen - Konstruktion und Geschichte gotischer Maßwerktürme

PD Dr.-Ing. habil. Christian Kayser

08th of November 2023  

6 p.m.

Room 2350@0503 (Old Library)


Gates, Towers and defiant Walls

A lecture to the Esslinger Stadtbefestigung by Katharina Schaller

November 3rd in 2023  

7 p.m.

at Schickhardt-Halle in the old city hall in Esslingen


Koldewey Society - Summer School 2023

Archaeological building research and protection of cultural assets on the Capitol in Rome. 

From August 28th to September 5th

Application by July 25, 2023 - Application documents: CV, letter of motivation, recommendation from a university teacher

Arrival August 27th - Departure September 6th

For more information or questions about the Summer School 2023, please visit us at the Chair of Architectural History (Room 2326).


Inaugural Lecture by Professor von Kienlin

New Questions for Old Buildings: The Role of "Classical" Building Archaeology in a Digitized World.


18:00 p.m.

Room 2350 


No castle, no Klenze palace, no monastery The building history of Zinneberg Palace near Glonn


19:00 p.m.

Hunting Hall Zinneberg Castle
Zinneberg 3; 85625 Glonn



AJA 2022 - Annual Architecture Exhibition

11.10.2022  to 15.10.2022

The annual architecture exhibition of the TUM School of Engineering and Design is starting its edition this year. Between 12-15 October 2022, various workshops, lectures and activities, as well as an exhibition on the theme of re:connect, re:cycle, re:think and re:build will take place.



Network jewisch cultural heritage

Jewish culture and history are reflected in testimonies, the research and interpretation of which is the goal of various scientific disciplines. Objects of Jewish cultural heritage provide information in many ways about political, social and economic, but also about religious, intellectual and artistic developments up to the present. To systematically document, evaluate and contextualize such objects, bodies of knowledge and traditions, to preserve them and to communicate the knowledge about them to a broad public is a task that can only be successfully and permanently accomplished in an interdisciplinary manner, in international exchange and with the involvement of a wide variety of institutions (universities, museums, preservation of historical monuments, Jewish communities, local and regional initiatives, experts).


Intensive week Regensburg 2022

Work on and in the historic building together with the Chair of Architectural History and the Chair of Fine Arts.