Category Archives: Past Events Munich

MIT Club of Germany Invites to 2021 Symposium on Oct16/17

This year’s Meeting will be dedicated to the broad topic area of Climate Change and its effect on different aspects of life.

Germany will be under pressure to fulfil its various climate targets and develop its capabilities and solutions over the coming decades to play a leading role on the world stage. In the event the MIT Club of Germany would like to explore what this may entail and how it will affect our lives, work, attitude, and governance.

For more info please contact Clemens Rinnebach (

Munich Dialogues on Democracy On Sep 30, 2021, 7pm – in person Meeting

Munich Dialogues on Democracy presents:

Democracy Rules: How we can reinvent our social contract

In conversation with Professor Jan-Werner Mueller, who is Roger Williams Straus Professor of Social Sciences Professor of Politics at Princeton University

Join in Person on: Thursday, September 30, 2021 at 7 pm in Munich

For further details about the event and the location please contact Clemens Rinnebach (

CLIMATE CHANGE MATTERS: The MIT-Club of Germany invites on July 28, 2021

Climate Solutions using the En-ROADS Decision Model.

Date:  July 28, 2021, 5.00 to 6.30 pm CEST = Central European Summer Time

MIT-Club of Germany Event Series:
Climate Change Matters – In search of environmental solutions for a better world

Climate Change has become a major pressing issue across the globe. The UN has put climate action on the top of its priority list. MIT’s Climate Change Initiative equally underlines the importance and relevance of the need for encompassing solutions and actions. In line with this emerging focus on climate change and sustainability, we started a new virtual event series in October 2020.

The key focus of the series is on discussing approaches and solutions that can bring about a positive impact in our fight against climate change.

For more details please contact Clemens Rinnebach (

Ivy Circle Munich Stammtisch Q2-2021 took place on June 25, 2021 – (indoor-outdoor mixed format)

The Ivy Circle Germany – Munich Chapter 2021-Q2 “Stammtisch” took place on Friday, June 25th, 2021, 6:30 p.m.

I really enjoyed that evening. We met at the Monopterus in the English Garden and walked over to the Seehaus for having drinks and food. We were approx. 15-20 people with Alumni from Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Princeton, Wharton (Upenn), Stanford and Cambridge – a great and diverse group of people – different nationalities and very different professions and experiences ranging from entrepreneurs and start-up managers to corporate managers, consultants, interim managers and university professors, coming from all over Europe, Asia and the US. I really enjoyed being part of that group.

Hope to see all of you soon again.

For further details please contact Clemens Rinnebach (

The MIT Clubs of Germany and France invite to “Quantum Computing” on June 2, 2021

The MIT Club of Germany is happy to direct your attention to further events of related MIT Alumni Clubs around the world.
This time, please see the following announcement of an intriguing event of the MIT Club of France:

Quantum Computing.
Professor William D. Oliver | MIT Center for Quantum Engineering Director.

Date:               Wednesday, June 2, 2021, 7 – 8 pm CEST = Central European Summer Time; corresponds to 1 – 2 pm US-EDT = U.S. Eastern Daylight Time.

For further details please contact Clemens Rinnebach via

MIT Diversity and Inclusion | in celebration of the 9th German Diversity Day on May 26, 2021

MIT Diversity and Inclusion |
in celebration of the 9th German Diversity Day.

Speakers:  Prof. Tim Jamison, MIT Associate Provost and Robert R. Taylor Professor of Chemistry, Dr. John Dozier, MIT Institute Community and Equity Officer.

Date:   Wednesday, May 26, 2021, 7 to 8 pm CEST = Central European Summer Time; corresponds to 1 to 2 pm US-EDT = U.S. Eastern Daylight Time.

Location:   Virtual, moderated in Germany.

For further info please contact Clemens Rinnebach via