After the Technical University of Munich won all of SpaceX's four Hyperloop Pod Competitions in Los Angeles, Elon Musk announced a new worldwide competition: the Not-a-Boring Tunnel Competition. Eager to bring the victory to Munich again, a small team of highly motivated students decided to found a new student initiative dedicated to building the fastest tunnel boring machine in the world – TUM Boring.
Our members come from a wide variety of study backgrounds, including Engineering Science, Robotics-Cognition-Intelligence, and Mechanical Engineering. We gained experience at TUM Hyperloop, CDTM, and Google. We hold scholarships from Apple, Studienstiftung, and Manage&More. We built our own drones, small-scale electric vehicles, and even a first tunnel boring machine prototype prior to the competition's announcement.
To achieve our insanely high goals, we need the best of the best. While most of our members will naturally be engineers, we believe in an interdisciplinary approach and encourage applications from all disciplines. Our main application phase is over, however if you still really want to become part of this initiative, drop us a short email at email@example.com and if you are a great match for the team, we will get back to you with further steps!