The Robert Piloty Prize is awarded for outstanding achievements and exceptional research and development work in the fields of computer science, electrical engineering and information technology as well as applied mathematics. The Robert Piloty Prize is generally awarded every two years. It is endowed with a total of 10,000 € and a medal.
TU Darmstadt honours renowned scientists with the Robert Piloty Prize
For their research and pioneering work in the field of information and communication technology for visualisation, virtual and augmented reality as well as architectures and design of embedded electronic systems, Professor Jürgen Becker and Professor José Luis Encarnação have been awarded the TU Darmstadt's Robert Piloty Prize 2022. The accolade, which the TU awards for outstanding achievements in computer science, electrical engineering and information technology as well as applied mathematics, is endowed with a total of 10,000 euros and a medal.
Internationally renowned personalities honoured
TU awards Robert Piloty Prize to computer scientist and mathematician
Prof. Dr. Klara Nahrstedt and Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Dahmen have been awarded the Robert Piloty Prize 2018 of the TU Darmstadt for their many years of outstanding research and development work. The internationally renowned personalities each received a representative Robert Piloty medal and prize money of 5,000 euros.
Award for outstanding research
TU Darmstadt awards Robert Piloty Prize for the first time / Two winners honored
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Phuoc Tran-Gia and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Weikum were awarded with the Robert Piloty Prize 2016 today (October 28) at TU Darmstadt. The scientists share the 10,000 Euro prize for outstanding achievements.