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Die Masterstudiengänge Science and Technology Studies (MA STS) sowie Responsibility in Science, Engineering, and Technology (MA RESET) richten sich an Studierende mit fachwissenschaftlichem Interesse am Feld der Science and Technology Studies.

Wissenschaft ⋈ Technologie ⋈ Gesellschaft (WTG) bietet ein fachübergreifendes Lehrprogramm für alle Studierenden der TUM. Viele der Module können in den TUM-Studiengängen eingebracht oder als Zusatzfach belegt werden.

Studiengangs- oder fakultätsspezifische Module, die STS Department Plug-ins, ermöglichen es Studierenden der Natur- und Ingenieurswissenschaften, ausgewählte Konzepte und Methoden der Wissenschafts- und Technikforschung im Rahmen ihres Curriculums kennenzulernen.

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Sommersemester 2021

MCTS & RESET
seminar Between Empowerment and Control: Unpacking Biomedical Approaches towards Life Georgia Samaras
seminar Co-Creation Lab (SCALINGS) Julia Renninger, Federica Pepponi, Carlos Cuevas, Benjamin Lipp, Anja Rueß
seminar Digitalised Media and Publics Nils Matzner
seminar Economic and Political Spaces of Innovation Sebastian Pfotenhauer, Marlise Schneider, Alexander Wentland
seminar Ethics of Responsibility: An Introduction to Applied Ethics (Core Topic MA STS) Jörg Wernecke
seminar Global Histories of Engineering Shehab Ismail
seminar Introduction to Science & Technology Policy (ISPP) Sebastian Pfotenhauer
seminar Law and Governance of Artificial Intelligence Christian Djeffal
seminar Narratives of Industrial Innovation Katrin Hahn
seminar Project Seminar: Applied Ethics of Responsibility Jörg Wernecke
seminar Responsible Research and Innovation in Practice Katrin Hahn
seminar Science in a “Post-Truth” World Bernhard Isopp
seminar Telling Responsible Stories Ruth Müller
seminar Theoretical Reflections on Law and Technology Christian Djeffal
seminar Urban Natures. Landscapes, Infrastructures, Technologies Shehab Ismail
seminar MCTS Methods 2 (Making a Mess with Methods II) Michael Penkler, Olga Sparschuh, Mallory James, Lucas Brunet
seminar MCTS-MINT: MCTS in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Ruth Müller et al.
seminar Practicing Research
exercise MCTS-STEM Mentorship Bernhard Isopp et al.
seminar Advanced Methods in MCTS Nils Matzner
project Entering Virtual Museum Worlds via the Dark Side of Science Communication Andrea Geipel, Katharina Bock
workshop Intercultural Communication & Cultural Awareness – Skills for a Mindful and Effective Way to Communicate with Each Other Isabel Reible
workshop Meaningful Project Management Matthias Haberl
workshop Moderation – How to Guarantee Efficient Communication within Groups Ursula Caser
seminar Science Communication Jeanne Rubner
exercise Statistical Literacy: Basics, Scope and Limitations of Standard Statistical Procedures Cornelia Schadler
seminar Practicing Research in MCTS
seminar Master’s Colloquium MCTS & RESET Mak Takahashi
exercise Thesis Writers’ Workshop (extracurricular) Jennifer Balton-Stier

Wintersemester 2020/21

MCTS & RESET
seminar Basic Theories and Methods of Science & Technology Studies Bernhard Isopp, Mak Takahashi
seminar MCTS 1: Practices and Politics of Science and Technology Anton Schröpfer, Andrea Schikowitz, Zinaida Vasilyeva, Sebastian Pfotenhauer, Sophia Rossmann; Cansu Guner, Nadine Patzelt
seminar MCTS 2: Philosophy of Science and Technology Jörg Wernecke, Samuel Pedziwiatr
seminar MCTS 3: History of Science and Technology Felix Mauch
seminar Making a Mess with Methods Michael Penkler; Georgia Samaras, Anja Rueß
lecture Lecture Series: Current Research at the MCTS Victoria Bauer
exercise Academic Skills Maximilian Braun
seminar Practicing Research [MCTS] Andrea Schikowitz
seminar Ethics of Responsibility: Current Areas of Application Jörg Wernecke
seminar Law and Technology in Action: Current Debates Christian Djeffal
Living in NatureCulture Worlds. Or: How to Care in the Anthropocene? Susanne Schmitt
seminar Technology and History in Capitalism Felix Mauch
seminar What Future of Mobility? Engaging Technologies, Politics, Economic Scenarios, and Practices (WI001147) Sebastian Pfotenhauer; Alexander Wentland
project Immersion Project Bernhard Isopp,
Katrin Hahn, Sophia Knopf, Mak Takahashi, Amy Clare, Svenja Breuer, Antonia Horst, Christina Hitrova, Stefan Esselborn
seminar Technology & Society (Politics, Economics, Ethics, Law, & Media) Sarah Schönbauer, Sebastian Pfotenhauer, Jörg Wernecke, Christian Djeffal
workshop English Writing for Social Scientists C2 Jena Balton-Stier
workshop Moderation – How to Guarantee Efficient Communication within Groups Ursula Caser
seminar Corporate Social Responsibility Marianne Thejls Ziegler
project Entering Virtual Museum Worlds via the Dark Side of Science Communication Andrea Geipel, Katharina Bock
seminar Internship Katrin Hahn, Antonia Horst
seminar Master’s Blog Bernhard Isopp
seminar Science School Katrin Hahn
exercise Practicing Research in MCTS [RESET] Michael Penkler, Nils Matzner
colloquium MA Colloquium MCTS & RESET Andrea Schikowitz, Nils Matzner
seminar Consumer History Karin Zachmann
lecture Ethics in Science and Technology – Part 1 Eva Sandmann, Jörg Wernecke
seminar Technik und Demokratie Claudia Mendes
seminar Technology, Innovation, Society Stefania Sardo
lecture What is Social About Neuro-Engineering? Benjamin Lipp

Wintersemester 2020/21

MCTS & RESET
seminar Basic Theories and Methods of Science & Technology Studies Bernhard Isopp, Mak Takahashi
seminar MCTS 1: Practices and Politics of Science and Technology Anton Schröpfer, Andrea Schikowitz, Zinaida Vasilyeva, Sebastian Pfotenhauer, Sophia Rossmann; Cansu Guner, Nadine Patzelt
seminar MCTS 2: Philosophy of Science and Technology Jörg Wernecke, Samuel Pedziwiatr
seminar MCTS 3: History of Science and Technology Felix Mauch
seminar Making a Mess with Methods Michael Penkler; Georgia Samaras, Anja Rueß
lecture Lecture Series: Current Research at the MCTS Victoria Bauer
exercise Academic Skills Maximilian Braun
seminar Practicing Research [MCTS] Andrea Schikowitz
seminar Ethics of Responsibility: Current Areas of Application Jörg Wernecke
seminar Law and Technology in Action: Current Debates Christian Djeffal
Living in NatureCulture Worlds. Or: How to Care in the Anthropocene? Susanne Schmitt
seminar Technology and History in Capitalism Felix Mauch
seminar What Future of Mobility? Engaging Technologies, Politics, Economic Scenarios, and Practices (WI001147) Sebastian Pfotenhauer; Alexander Wentland
project Immersion Project Bernhard Isopp,
Katrin Hahn, Sophia Knopf, Mak Takahashi, Amy Clare, Svenja Breuer, Antonia Horst, Christina Hitrova, Stefan Esselborn
seminar Technology & Society (Politics, Economics, Ethics, Law, & Media) Sarah Schönbauer, Sebastian Pfotenhauer, Jörg Wernecke, Christian Djeffal
workshop English Writing for Social Scientists C2 Jena Balton-Stier
workshop Moderation – How to Guarantee Efficient Communication within Groups Ursula Caser
seminar Corporate Social Responsibility Marianne Thejls Ziegler
project Entering Virtual Museum Worlds via the Dark Side of Science Communication Andrea Geipel, Katharina Bock
seminar Internship Katrin Hahn, Antonia Horst
seminar Master’s Blog Bernhard Isopp
seminar Science School Katrin Hahn
exercise Practicing Research in MCTS [RESET] Michael Penkler, Nils Matzner
colloquium MA Colloquium MCTS & RESET Andrea Schikowitz, Nils Matzner
seminar Consumer History Karin Zachmann
lecture Ethics in Science and Technology – Part 1 Eva Sandmann, Jörg Wernecke
seminar Technik und Demokratie Claudia Mendes
seminar Technology, Innovation, Society Stefania Sardo
lecture What is Social About Neuro-Engineering? Benjamin Lipp

Sommersemester 2020

MCTS & RESET
seminar Bodies & Beings in Biomedicine Amy Clare
seminar Digital Medicine Christian Djeffal
seminar Ethics of Responsibility: An Introduction to Applied Ethics Jörg Wernecke
seminar Introduction to Science & Technology Policy Sebastian Pfotenhauer
seminar Law, Science and Technology: Law and Governance of Artificial Intelligence Christian Djeffal
seminar Politics, Innovation, and Risks in the Oil & Gas Industry Carlos Cuevas
seminar Project Seminar: Applied Ethics of Responsibility Jörg Wernecke
seminar Research Creation: Sensing Extended Realities Jan-Hendrik Passoth
seminar Responsible Research & Innovation in the Making Nils Matzner
seminar Science in a “Post-Truth” World Bernhard Isopp
seminar Telling Responsible Stories – Telling Stories Responsibly. MCTS, Technoscience and Narrative Culture. Ruth Müller
seminar Urban Natures. Landscapes, Infrastructures, Technologies Felix Mauch
seminar MCTS Methods 2 (Making a Mess with Methods II) Michael Penkler
seminar MCTS-MINT Ruth Müller plus 3 mentorships
seminar Practicing Research (MCTS) Andrea Schikowitz
exercise MCTS-STEM Mentorship Bernhard Isopp plus mentorships
seminar Corporate Social Responsibility Marianne Thejls Ziegler
workshop Meaningful Project Management. From an Idea to the Implementation of Socially Useful Projects. Matthias Haberl
seminar Science Communication Jeanne Rubner
exercise Practicing Research (RESET) Andrea Schikowitz
colloquium Master’s Colloquium MCTS & RESET Sabine Maasen, Andrea Schikowitz

Wintersemester 2019/20

MCTS & RESET
exercise Basic Methods in Science & Technology Studies Isopp, Frahm, Vasilyeva et al.
seminar Basic Ideas and Concepts of Science and Technology Studies Isopp, Frahm, Vasilyeva et al.
seminar MCTS 1: Practices and Politics of Science and Technology Maasen, Müller, Passoth, Pfotenhauer et al.
seminar MCTS 2: Philosophy of Science and Technology Greif
seminar MCTS 3: History of Science and Technology Mauch
seminar Making a Mess with Methods Penkler, Samaras, Felder
lecture Lecture Series: Current Research at the MCTS Bauer (Orga.)
exercise Academic Skills Rossmann
seminar Practicing Research (MCTS) Maasen, Schikowitz
colloquium MA Colloquium MCTS & RESET Maasen, Schikowitz,  Sutter
seminar Living in NatureCulture: How to Care in the Anthropocene Müller
seminar Innovation, Society, and Public Policy Pfotenhauer
seminar Ethics of Responsibility: Current Areas of Application Wernecke
seminar Global Histories of Technology Mauch, Esselborn
seminar Spaces of Participation – Participatory Spaces Schikowitz
project Immersion Project Pfotenhauer,  Pedziwiatr et al.
seminar Technology & Society (Economics, Politics, Ethics, Law, & Media) Müller, Pfotenhauer,  Wernecke, Djeffal, Passoth
workshop Interpersonal Communication Skills for Working Internationally Today Crail
workshop Moderation – How to Guarantee Efficient Communication within Groups Caser
workshop English Writing for Social Scientists C2 Balton-Stier
seminar Master’s Blog Isopp
seminar Science School Hahn
seminar Internship Hahn
exercise Practicing Research (RESET) Michi Penkler
WTPhil
Kolloquium Angewandte Philosophie Slanitz

Sommersemester 2019

MCTS & RESET
seminar Biomedicine, Society, and Controversy Penkler
seminar Ethics of Responsibility: An Introduction to Applied Ethics Wernecke, Bechtold
seminar Fighting Fake Science Pedziwiatr, Wernecke
seminar Industry and Innovation: An Introduction into Concepts and Cases Hahn
workshop Research Creation/Digital Encounters: Technologies of Incompetence Passoth
seminar Telling Responsible Stories – Telling Stories Responsibly. MCTS, Technoscience and Narrative Culture. Müller
seminar Introduction to Science & Technology Policy (WI001124, WI001172) Pfotenhauer, Sardo
seminar Responsible Research & Innovation Hahn
seminar Project Seminar: Applied Ethics of Responsibility Wernecke
seminar Evidence Practices in Environmental Health Research, 1984 – present Blacker
seminar MCTS Methods 2 (Making a Mess with Methods II) Penkler
seminar MCTS-MINT Sutter, Müller
seminar Practicing Research (MCTS) Sutter
exercise MCTS-STEM Mentorat Greif, Schönbauer, Mayer, Pöchhacker
exercise How to Make and Break Statistics – The Basics of Doing, Making and Reviewing Statistics Müller, Pöchhacker
workshop Interpersonal Communication Skills for Working Internationally Today Crail
workshop Meaningful Project Management. From an Idea to the Implementation of Socially Useful Projects. Haberl
exercise Practicing Research in MCTS (RESET) Sutter
colloquium Master’s Colloquium MCTS & RESET Sutter, Maasen
WTPhil
Kolloquium Angewandte Philosophie Slanitz
Kolloquium Wissenschaft in der Praxis. Praktikumskolloquium Slanitz

Wintersemester 2018/19

MCTS & RESET
seminar Basic Ideas and Concepts of Science and Technology Studies Igelsböck, Guner-Birdal
exercise Basic Methods in Science & Technology Studies Cuevas
seminar MCTS 1: Practices and Politics of Science and Technology Maasen, Müller, Passoth, Pfotenhauer
seminar MCTS 2: Philosophy of Science and Technology Greif
seminar MCTS 3: History of Science and Technology Mauch
seminar Making a Mess with Methods Penkler, Passoth
lecture Lecture Series: Current Research at the MCTS Rossmaier u.a.
exercise Academic Skills Sutter
seminar Practicing Research Maasen, Sutter
seminar Living in NatureCulture: How to Care in the Anthropocene Müller
seminar Ethics of Responsibility: Current Areas of Application Wernecke
seminar Innovation, Society, and Public Policy Pfotenhauer
seminar Questioning Narratives of Change in Organizations, Industry and Innovation Cuevas, Thiele, Seibt
seminar Technologies of Difference: Genetics, Race, and the Making of Diversity Blacker
seminar Science & Technology Studies Approaches to Science Communication Davies
seminar Europe by Design: Transnational Infrastructure Projects and the Reconfiguration of Europe Pollozek, Arms, Passoth, Mendes
project Immersion Project Pfotenhauer, Pedziwiatr u.a.
seminar Technology & Society: Economics, Politics, Ethics, Law, Media Müller, Pfotenhauer, Wernecke, Eisenberger, Passoth
workshop English Writing for Social Scientists C2 Balton-Stier
workshop Moderation – How to Guarantee Efficient Communication within Groups Caser
workshop Interpersonal Communication Skills for Working Internationally Today Crail
seminar Internship Vasilyeva, Felder
seminar Master’s Blog & Science School Pepponi
exercise Practicing Research (RESET) Maasen, Sutter
WTPhil
Kolloquium Angewandte Philosophie Slanitz
Kolloquium Wissenschaft in der Praxis. Praktikumskolloquium Slanitz
Workshop Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten in der Wissenschafts- und Technikphilosophie, Teil 2: Praxis Slanitz
Kolloquium Forschungskolloquium: Modellbildung in den Technikwissenschaften Wernecke

Sommersemester 2018

MCTS & RESET
seminar Governing The Body. Biomedicine, Health and Justice in the 21st Century Felder
seminar On What There Is Greif
seminar A Moral Proposal. How to Gain the Power of Judgment in Science and Technology Wernecke, Sandmann
seminar Innovation & Organization. Sociological Perspectives Meyer
seminar This Ain’t No Knowledge Society. Revisiting Theories of Classical/Post/Late Modernity in Digitized Societies Pöchhacker, Passoth
seminar Introduction to Science and Technology Policy Pfotenhauer,  Wentland
seminar Political Objects, Political Subjects. Rethinking Democratic Ordering with MCTS Laurent
seminar Evidence Practices in Environmental Health Research, 1984 – Present Blacker
seminar MCTS Methods 2 Penkler
exercise MCTS in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Sutter u.a.
colloquium Master’s Colloquium Maasen
seminar Methods in MCTS Cuevas
exercise MCTS-STEM Mentorat Pedziwiatr, Sutter
workshop Meaningful Project Management. From an Idea to the Implementation of Socially Useful Projects. Haberl
seminar Statistics. The Basics of Doing, Making and Reviewing Statistics Müller
WTPhil
Seminar Denken, Erkennen und Wissen (Eine Einführung in die Erkenntnistheorie) Wernecke
Seminar Ludwig Wittgensteins “Tractatus logico-philosophicus”. Eine Einführung Jung
Seminar Medien – Informatik – Internet. Philosophie der “Netzkulturen” Wernecke
Seminar Ethik und Verantwortung II: Risikoethik Wernecke
Seminar Ethik und Verantwortung II: Tierethik und Ethik der Biotechnologie Sandmann
Kolloquium Angewandte Philosophie Slanitz
Kolloquium Wissenschaft in der Praxis. Praktikumskolloquium Slanitz