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PhD Honoris Causa

The KMS provides the honorary doctorate to the Belgian Count Dr. Jacques Rogge for the values he represents as Chairman of the International Olympic Committee: self-discipline, commitment, courage and respect.

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Count Dr. Jacques Rogge PhD Honoris Causa RMA 28 October 2010 Professor Fritz Stoeckli PhD Honoris Causa RMA 28 October 2010

The RMA grants the honorary doctorate to the Swiss historian and chemist Fritz Stoeckli for his significant contributions in the field of military history and military applications of chemistry.



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Professor Mitchell Feigenbaum PhD Honoris Causa RMA 28 October 2010

The RMA grants the honorary doctorate to the American mathematician and physicist Mitchell Feigenbaum for his work in the field of nonlinear diffusion, turbulence, and the application of the chaos theory on dynamic systems.

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Professor Friedrich Wagner PhD Honoris Causa RMA 18 March 2009

The RMA grants the honorary doctorate to the German physicist Friedrich Wagner for the quality of his research in the field of thermonuclear fusion and for his inspiring presidency of the European Physical Society.

Professor Allan Millett PhD Honoris Causa RMA 18 March 2009

The RMA grants the honorary doctorate to the American historian Allan Millett for the quality of his historical work in general and his research on World War II and the Korean War in particular.

Mrs. Michèle Alliot-Marie PhD Honoris Causa RMA 22 September 2006

The RMA grants the honorary doctorate to Michèle Alliot-Marie, French Minister of Defence, for her decisive role in the development and progress of the Franco-Belgian cooperation which are the driving force and the example in the area of the European Defence Policy.

Mr. Philippe Busquin PhD Honoris Causa RMA 6 October 2005

The RMA grants the honorary doctorate to Mr. Philippe Busquin, the Belgian Minister of State and former European Commissioner for his determination, his commitment and his key role in the development and progress of scientific research in Europe.