The bi-annual TUM Research Excellence Award includes a €10,000 prize.
Daniel Armanios, BT Professor of Major Programme Management, has been presented with the TUM Research Excellence Award by the Peter Pribilla Foundation at the Technical University of Munich for his significant scholarly contributions to the fields of innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership.
Daniel’s research integrates civil engineering and organisational theory, to better understand how organisations work together to build, manage, and maintain infrastructure amidst complexity. He is interested in how such coordination impacts entrepreneurship, innovation, and sustainable development.
Finalists are reviewed by a panel of judges and assessed on specific criteria such as contribution to research and practice, originality, talent and craftsmanship. The jury evaluated Daniel’s work highly across all criteria, with comments such as ‘excellent craftmanship’ and ‘impressive publication quality and promising pipeline.’