A report on Garching

Garching Research Center (Garching-Forschungszentrum)

Town in Bavaria, Germany, near Munich.

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Garching Research Center (Garching-Forschungszentrum)

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Munich

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Capital and most populous city of the German state of Bavaria.

Capital and most populous city of the German state of Bavaria.

Mariensäule at Marienplatz
Aerial view
Lion sculptures by Wilhelm von Rümann at the Feldherrnhalle
Alps behind the skyline
Munich city large coat of arms
Munich in the 16th century
Plan of Munich in 1642
Marienplatz, Munich about 1650
Banners with the colours of Munich (left) and Bavaria (right) with the Frauenkirche in the background
Unrest during the Beer Hall Putsch
Bombing damage to the Altstadt. Note the roofless and pockmarked Altes Rathaus looking up the Tal. The roofless Heilig-Geist-Kirche is on the right of the photo. Its spire, without the copper top, is behind the church. The Talbruck gate tower is missing completely.
Satellite photo by ESA Sentinel-2
Bavarian State Chancellery
Groups in the council: Left/PARTEI: 4 seats SPD/Volt: 19 seats  Greens/Pink List: 24 seats  ÖDP/FW: 6 seats  FDP/BP: 4 seats  CSU: 20 seats  AfD: 3 seats
Plaque in the Neues Rathaus (New City Hall) showing Munich's twin towns and sister cities
Munich's boroughs
The New Town Hall and Marienplatz
Frauenkirche
Viktualienmarkt with the Altes Rathaus
Wittelsbach Square at night, 1890, by Aleksander Gierymski
Ludwigstraße from above, Highlight Towers in the background
Königsplatz
Building in Schwabing
Nymphenburg Palace
Schleissheim Palace
BMW Headquarters
Hofgarten with the dome of the state chancellery near the Residenz
Allianz Arena, the home stadium of Bayern Munich
Olympiasee in Olympiapark, Munich
Munich Marathon
Surfer on the Eisbach river wave
Deutsches Museum
The Glyptothek
Bavarian National Museum
BMW Welt
National Theatre
Gasteig
The Golden Friedensengel
Vassily Kandinsky's Houses in Munich (1908)
Portrait of Oskar Maria Graf by Georg Schrimpf (1927)
Logo of Bavaria Film
Oktoberfest
Tollwood Winterfestival
Schäfflertanz in Neuhausen, 2012
Weisswurst with sweet mustard and a pretzel
Helles beer
Augustiner brewery
Beer garden in Munich
The party ship Alte Utting
Bahnwärter Thiel
Blitz Club
Main building of the LMU
Main building of the Technical University
University of Applied Sciences (HM)
TU Munich's Garching Campus
Academy of Fine Arts Munich
University of Television and Film
Fraunhofer Headquarters in Munich
European Southern Observatory's headquarter in Garching
BMW Headquarters building (one of the few buildings that has been built from the top to the bottom) and the bowl shaped BMW Museum
Siemens-Forum in Munich
The HypoVereinsbank tower
Public transport network
Westfriedhof platform of the Munich U-Bahn
Munich's S-Bahn at the Marienplatz station
Munich main railway station
Munich motorway network
Munich International Airport (MUC)
Dachau
Erding
Freising
Fürstenfeldbruck
Landsberg
Landshut
Moosburg
Starnberg
Wasserburg am Inn
Lake Starnberg
Ammersee
Chiemsee
Walchensee
Tegernsee
Großer Ostersee
Kirchsee
Simssee
Wörthsee

Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Garching

Technical University of Munich

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The new building of the Polytechnische Schule München in 1869
The main building of the Technische Hochschule München in 1909
Lecture hall in the former Institute of Chemistry in 1909. An early version of the periodic table can be seen on the wall.
The research reactor FRM I, nicknamed the atomic egg, has become a landmark of the city of Garching, even being featured in its coat of arms.
The TUM campus in Garching with the Department of Mechanical Engineering to right
Aerial view of the main building (dark brown) in downtown Munich (2007)
Aerial view of the TUM campus in Garching (2011)
Interior of the faculty building for the Departments of Mathematics and Informatics
Entrance to the Main Campus in Munich
The Werner von Siemens Auditorium Maximum on the Main Campus
TUM has operated two research reactors on its Garching campus, the egg-shaped FRM I from 1957 to 2000 and the FRM II (with the curved roof) since 2004.
Heinrich Otto Wieland, professor at TUM from 1913 to 1921, won the 1927 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Carl von Linde, lecturer at the TH Munich, discovered the refrigeration cycle that led to the development of the modern refrigerator.

The Technical University of Munich (TUM or TU Munich) (Technische Universität München) is a public research university in Munich, with additional campuses in Garching, Freising, Heilbronn, Straubing, and Singapore.

Munich U-Bahn

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Electric rail rapid transit network in Munich, Germany.

Electric rail rapid transit network in Munich, Germany.

Munich U-Bahn network
Munich U-Bahn Police after a football game
Georg-Brauchle-Ring station (U1)
Olympia-Einkaufszentrum
Sendlinger Tor platform U1/U2
Candidplatz U1
Feldmoching
Dülferstraße
Munich underground construction near Siegestor, 1967.
Oberwiesenfeld platform.
Theresienwiese
Neuperlach Zentrum
Fröttmaning
Garching
Großhadern
U7 departing from Westfriedhof station
U8 train in Silberhornstraße
Interior of Class A train
Class C1 train at Garching-Hochbrück
Interior of Class C1 train
Class C2 train
Possible route of the new U9 line as planned in 2018
Proposed U26 Tangent Line
Fröttmaning
New pedestrian tunnel at Marienplatz station
Renovated Karlsplatz (Stachus) mezzanine level
Renovated Münchner Freiheit station platforms
New covering roof at Münchner Freiheit

Currently, only the U6 line crosses the municipal border to the town of Garching.

Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics 2016

Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics

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Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics 2016

The Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics (MPA) is a research institute located in Garching, just north of Munich, Bavaria, Germany.

Campus Garching

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The central street of the Campus Garching with the TUM Department of Mechanical Engineering to the right (2012)
Interior of the faculty building for the TUM departments of Mathematics and Informatics
Headquarters of the European Southern Observatory
The Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (left) and the TUM Informatics and Mathematics building (right)
The TUM Institute for Advanced Study (left) and the new multipurpose building GALILEO (right)
Town sign to the campus
Exterior view of the U-Bahn station Garching-Forschungszentrum
The research reactor FRM I, nicknamed the atomic egg, has become a landmark of the city of Garching, even being featured in its coat of arms.

The Campus Garching (Hochschul- und Forschungszentrum Garching) is a campus of the Technical University of Munich and a number of other research institutes, located around 10 km north of Munich in Garching.

Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics

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Part of the Max Planck Society which operates 87 research facilities in Germany.

Part of the Max Planck Society which operates 87 research facilities in Germany.

The institute is located in Garching, Germany, which in turn is located 10 km north-east of Munich.

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Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics

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Agreement Signed for MICADO Camera for E-ELT.

The Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics is a Max Planck Institute, located in Garching, near Munich, Germany.

Directors general of ESO (from left to right): Lodewijk Woltjer, Harry van der Laan, Catherine Cesarsky, Tim de Zeeuw and Xavier Barcons

European Southern Observatory

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Intergovernmental research organisation made up of 16 member states for ground-based astronomy.

Intergovernmental research organisation made up of 16 member states for ground-based astronomy.

Directors general of ESO (from left to right): Lodewijk Woltjer, Harry van der Laan, Catherine Cesarsky, Tim de Zeeuw and Xavier Barcons
La Silla cluster of telescopes
The ESO 3.6 m Telescope
The New Technology Telescope
Dome of the Danish 1.54-metre telescope that has been in operation at La Silla Observatory since 1979.
A 360-degree panoramic view of the southern night sky from Paranal, with telescopes in foreground
The Very Large Telescope and the star system Alpha Centauri.
Globular Cluster 47 Tucanae
ESO science archive
Artist's impression of ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre.
ESOcast is a video podcast series with the latest news and research in astronomy.
VISTA's infrared view of the Orion Nebula
The Helix Nebula
The Globular Cluster Omega Centauri
A 340-million pixel starscape from Paranal
NGC 2264 and the Christmas Tree cluster
The Centre of the Milky Way
NGC 2467 and Surroundings
The Horsehead Nebula
Messier 78: a reflection nebula in Orion
The WR 22 and Eta Carinae regions of the Carina Nebula
The hidden fires of the Flame Nebula
Early morning on Paranal
The future ALMA array on Chajnantor (artist's rendering)
Rare 360-degree Panorama of the Southern Sky
370-million-pixel starscape of the Lagoon Nebula
The Milky Way panorama
The Omega Nebula
Centaurus A
Glowing Stellar Nurseries
The R Coronae Australis region imaged with the Wide Field Imager at La Silla

ESO's European departments moved into the new ESO headquarters in Garching (near Munich), Germany in 1980.

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Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics

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Physics institute investigating the physical foundations of a fusion power plant.

Physics institute investigating the physical foundations of a fusion power plant.

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The IPP has two sites: Garching near Munich (founded 1960) and Greifswald (founded 1994), both in Germany.

Garching-Forschungszentrum station

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Garching-Forschungszentrum is a Munich U-Bahn station in Garching.