Honorary Doctors

Garbės daktaro vardo teikimo ceremonija. Eisena


  1. EMMANUEL MACRON, President of the Republic of France (2020)
  2. IAN B. SPIELMAN, Professor, National Institute of Standards and Technology (USA) (2020)
  3. GÉRARD MOUROU, Professor, Nobel Prize Laureate, International Center for Zetta-Exawatt Science and Technology (France) (2020)
  4. TOMAS VENCLOVA, Professor, Yale University (USA) (2017)
  5. MARIE-CLAUDE VIANO, Professor, Lille 1 University - Science and Technology (France) (2017)
  6. OTMAR SEUL, Professor, Paris Nanterre University (France) (2017)
  7. PETER SCHEMMER, Professor, University of Heidelberg (Germany) (2016)
  8. SANJAY MATHUR, Professor, Cologne University (Germany) (2016)
  9. JÓN BALDVIN HANNIBALSSON, politician, economist and diplomat (Iceland) (2015)
  10. MICHAEL SHUR, Professor, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, (USA) (2015)
  11. GRAHAM R. FLEMING, Professor, University of California Berkeley (USA) (2013)
  12. HARTMUT FUEß, Professor, Darmstadt University of Technology (Germany) (2013)
  13. THOMAS RUZICKA, Professor, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (Germany) (2012)
  14. MARKUS WOLFGANG BÜCHLER, Professor, University of Heidelberg (Germany) (2012)
  15. ROBERT HUBER, Professor of Biochemistry, Nobel Prize Laureate, director-emeritus of Max-Planck Institute and  professor of the Technische Universität in Munich (Germany) (2011)
  16. ANDRZEJ GOSPODAROWICZ,  Professor, Wroclaw University of Economics (Poland) (2011)
  17. ALGIS MICKUNAS, Professor of Philosophy and Phenomenology, Ohio University (USA) (2011)
  18. JURIJ KUZMENKO, Professor of Philology, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Germany) and the Institute for Linguistics Studies of Russian Academy of Sciences (2011)
  19. ANDRES METSPALU, Professor of Medicine, Tartu University (Estonia) (2010)
  20. IMRE KÁTAI, Professor of Mathematics, Budapest Eötvös Loránd University (Hungary) (2010)
  21. HELMUT KOHL, Professor, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt am Main (Germany) (2008)
  22. GEORG VÖLKEL, Professor, University of Leipzig (Germany) (2008)
  23. WOJCIECH SMOCZYŃSKI, Professor, Jagiellonian University in Krakow (Poland) (2007)
  24. REINHARDT BITTNER, Professor, Tubingen University Academic Hospital in Schtutgart (Germany) (2007)
  25. GUNNAR KULLDORFF, Professor, Umeå University (Sweden) (2006)
  26. JACQUES ROGGE, President of the International Olympic Committee (2006)
  27. PIETRO UMBERTO DINI, Professor, University of Pisa (Italy) (2005)
  28. VASSILIOS SKOURIS, Professor, President of the European Court of Justice (2005)
  29. VLADIMIR SKULACHEV, Professor, Moscow M. Lomonosov University (Russia) (2005)
  30. ALEKSANDER KWAŚNIEWSKI, President of the Republic of Poland (2005)
  31. FRANCIS ROBICSEK, Carolinas Heart Institute at Carolinas Medical Centre in Charlotte, North Carolina (USA) (2004; deceased in 2020)
  32. PETER GILLES, Johan Wolfgang Geothe University (Frankfurt am Main, Germany) (2004; deceased in 2020)
  33. PETER ULRICH SAUER, Professor, Hanover University (Germany) (2004)
  34. SVEN EKDAHL, Professor, Prussian Secret Archives in Berlin (Germany) (2004)
  35. ERNST RIBBAT, Professor, Münster University (Germany) (2002)
  36. JURIJ STEPANOV, Professor, Moscow University (Russia) (2002; deceased in 2012)
  37. DAGFINN MOE, Professor, Bergen University (Norway) (2002)
  38. ANDRZEJ ZOLL, Professor, Cracow Jagellonian University (Poland) (2002)
  39. EDUARD LIUBIMSKIJ, Professor, Moscow University (Russia) (2000)
  40. WOLFGANG P. SCHMID, Professor, Göttingen University (Germany) (2000; deceased in 2010)
  41. SVEN LARS CASPERSEN, Professor of Economics, President of the World Rector’s Association, Rector of Aalborg University (Denmark) (1999)
  42. LUDWIK PIECHNIK, Professor of History, Cracow Papal Theological Academy (Poland) (1999; deceased in 2006)
  43. MARIA WASNA, Doctor, Professor, psychologist, Rector of Münster University (Germany) (1999; deceased in 2019)
  44. ZBIGNIEW BRZEZINSKI, Professor of government (USA) (1998; deceased in 2017)
  45. FRIEDRICH SCHOLZ, Director of the Interdisciplinary Institute of Baltic Studies, Professor, Munich University (Germany) (1998)
  46. THEODOR HELLBRUGGE, founder and Head of the Munich Children Centre, Institute of Social Paediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, Professor, Munich University (Germany) (1998; deceased in 2014)
  47. JULIUSZ BARDACH, Professor, Warsaw University (Poland) (1997; deceased in 2010)
  48. RAINER ECKERT, Professor, Director of the Institute of Baltic Studies, Greifswald University (1997)
  49. NIKOLAJ BACHVALOV, Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Head of the Computational Mathematics Department, Faculty of Mathematics, Moscow M. Lomonosov University (1997; deceased in 2005)
  50. ALFRED LAUBEREAU, Head of the Experimental Physics Department, Munich Technical University, Professor, Bairoit University (1997)
  51. VÁCLAV HAVEL, President of the Czech Republic (1996; deceased in 2011)
  52. VLADIMIR TOPOROV, Professor, Institute of Slavonic Languages, Russian Academy of Sciences (1994; deceased in 2005)
  53. WILLIAM SCHMALSTIEG, Professor, Pennsylvania University (USA) (1994; deceased in 2021)
  54. TOMAS REMEIKIS, professor, Indiana Calumet College (USA) (1994; deceased in 2013)
  55. PAULIUS RABIKAUSKAS, Professor, Gregorius University (Rome, Italy) (1994; deceased in 1998)
  56. MARTYNAS YČAS, Professor, New York State University (1992; deceased in 2014)
  57. EDVARDAS VARNAUSKAS, Doctor of Medicine, Professor (Sweden) (1992)
  58. VACLOVAS DARGUŽAS (Andreas Hofer), Doctor of Medicine (Switzerland) (1991; deceased in 2009)
  59. CHRISTIAN WINTER, Professor, Frankfurt am Main University (Germany) (1989)
  60. CZESLAW OLECH, Director of International Mathematical Banach Centre, Member of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Professor, Warsaw University (1989)
  61. VALDAS VOLDEMARAS ADAMKUS, Administrator of the 5th Regional Environmental Protection Agency, USA (1989)
  62. WERNER SCHELER, Professor, Germany (1979)
  63. ZDENEK ČEŠKA, Associate Member of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Rector of Charles University, Pr­ague (1979)
  64. JAN SAFAREWICZ, Full Member of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Professor, Cracow Jagellonian University (1979; deceased in 1992)
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