Awards for our research
Academic honors, prizes and awards are an important component in recognizing and publicizing excellent research. The recognition of the award winners is thus a contribution to the reputation of the TU Munich as a research-strong educational institution. They make it clear at what a high, international level research is conducted at the TUM School of Life Sciences.
Awards for outstanding scientific achievements are presented by foundations, associations and societies as well as by scientific associations or magazines and by politicians at the state, federal or EU level. In addition, excellent scientists can also be honored through memberships in scientific academies or in political committees.
2020: Prof. Dr. Dirk Haller
2019: Prof. Dr. Michael W. Pfaffl
2016: Prof. Dr. Ingrid Kögel-Knabner
2014: Prof. Dr. Bernhard Küster
TUM Sustainability Award
2020: Prof. Dr. Anja Rammig
2021 Prof. Dr. Kurt-Jürgen Hülsbergen
2016 Prof. Dr. Chris-Carolin Schön
Science Award City of Freising
2022: Prof. Nina-Henriette Uhlenhaut
2019: Prof. Corinna Dawid
2017: Dr. Christina Lehermeier / PD Dr. Carsten W. Müller
2015: Dr. Stefanie Ranf
Recent prizes and awards
Prof. Aurélien Tellier receives the Ctibor Blattný Medal
14 ERC grants have already been obtained by researchers at the TUM School of Life Sciences for their cutting-edge research at the European Research Council (ERC).
TUM Distinguished Affiliated Professors
The honorary title "TUM Distinguished Affiliated Professor" distinguishes leading international scientists who are working at other universities, advancing a scientific area, and developing long-term collaborations with their colleagues at TUM.
For excellent scientific achievements, often also in recognition of their scientist’s outstanding lifetime achievements, numerous scientists of the TUM School of Life Sciences have been awarded the honorary dignity of a doctor:
- Auwärter Konrad, Dipl.-Ing. (FH), Dr.-Ing. E.h.
- Meuser Friedrich, Dr.-Ing.
- Nilsson-Björk Sven, Prof. Dr.phil.