Bavarian Maximilian Order for Science and Art

The Maximilian Order is a prestigious accolade presented by the Free State of Bavaria to reward outstanding achievements in the fields of science and art. The order was established by King Maximilian II in 1853 and was initially awarded until 1932, when it was discontinued. In 1980 the order was rei

The computer scientist Professor Manfred Broy was awarded the Bavarian Maximilian Order in 2012.

The order is conferred by the Bavarian Minister-President every two years and the number of living members of the order is limited to 100.

The following members of the TUM have been awarded the Bavarian Maximilian Order since its reinstatement:


In brackets: Year in which the award was received

The information provided was current at the time the award was received


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