Alfried Krupp Prize for Young University Lecturers
The Krupp Foundation awards the Alfried Krupp Prize to exceptionally talented young professors in natural science and engineering disciplines.
The prize has been presented annually since 1986 and is worth EUR 1 million, earmarked for personnel and material expenses. This funding gives the winners freedom to develop and realize new ideas early on in their professional careers.
The prize is named after Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach (1907–1967), the last sole proprietor of Krupp AG. His assets were bequeathed to a non-profit foundation on his death.
The following members of the TUM have received the Alfried Krupp Prize:
Full Professor of Robotics Science and Systems Intelligence (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering/Department of Informatics)
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sami Haddadin received the Alfried Krupp Prize in 2015.
Full Professor of Micro Technology and Medical Device Technology (Department of Mechanical Engineering) since 2005
Prof. Dr. Tim Lüth received the Alfried Krupp Prize in 1999.
Full Professor of Inorganic and Organometallic Chemistry (Department of Chemistry) since 2016
Prof. Dr. Roland A. Fischer received the Alfried Krupp Prize in 1996.