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.

TUM Sustainability Award

Heinz Maier-Leibnitz-Medal

Recent prizes and awards

Research, Award | 19.01.2021 Highly endowed EU grants for research at TUM - ERC announces five prestigious Consolidator Grants

The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded five Consolidator Grants to scientists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). The recipients will use the funding to pursue research in quantum computers, sustainable aluminum...[more]

Research, Award | 27.11.2020 TUM IdeAward for technologies with high market potential-Prizes for start-up ideas in bioprocess technology, biotechnology and medical technology

Last night three teams were honored with the TUM IdeAward for their technology-based start-up ideas. They respectively developed a rotating chemical reactor for use in the pharmaceuticals industry and water treatment, a...[more]

Award, Research | 26.11.2020 Global bibliometric analysis - "Highly Cited Researchers 2020" - Five researchers of the TUM School of Life Sciences among the most cited worldwide

Prof. Ingrid Kögel-Knabner from the Chair of Soil Science is one of the most cited researches in the agricultural sciences.

Five scientists from the TUM School of Life Sciences are among the most cited in their field. This is shown by the current publication analysis "Highly Cited Researchers 2020". A total of thirteen researchers from the Technical...[more]

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8 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).