Persönlicher Status und Werkzeuge

Prof. Dr. Konrad Weckerle

Honorary Professor at TUM since 1999

Field

European Business Law

Contact Details

Business Card at TUMonline

Career

Professor Weckerle studied business administration at the Universities of Stuttgart and Mannheim between 1961 and 1964. Subsequently he worked as a research assistant in the Department of Civil Law, Law of Civil Procedure and Philosophy of Law at the University of Mannheim while also studying law at the Universities of Mannheim and Heidelberg. This was followed by the first state exam in law, internships and a doctoral degree. During this time he worked as an assistant professor at the University of Mannheim where he worked with the Rector and Dean. In 1972 Professor Weckerle embarked on a career in industry where he worked in film and television and in international wholesale. As of 1977 he was a member of the board of directors of Bayerischer Lloyd AG and Rhein-Main-Donau AG. In 1992 he was appointed chairman of the board of directors of Rhein-Main-Donau AG. In 1996 he also became chairman of the board of directors of Bayernwerk Wasserkraft AG, which was later renamed E.ON Wasserkraft. Professor Weckerle continues to be a member of several supervisory boards and holds numerous honorary positions in business, politics and public life.

    Functions

    • Regional chairman of the Senioren Union der CSU (2005)
    • Chairman of the board of directors of Rhein-Main-Donau AG (1992-2003)
    • President of the Bavarian Electricity Industry Association and speaker of the Bavarian Industry Association (1993-1995)
    • Member of the board of directors of Rhein-Main-Donau AG (1987-1992)
    • Member of the board of directors of Bayerischer Lloyd AG (1977-1987)

    Awards

    • Bavarian Order of Merit (2007)
    • Medal for outstanding services to Bavaria in a united Europe (2006)
    • Recipient of the Karl Max von Bauernfeind Medal and the Golden Needle of Honor for services to TUM (2003)
    • Grand Decoration of Honor in Silver for Services to the Republic of Austria (1993)
    • First Class Cross of Merit of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany (1993)