The University has nominated representatives for specific tasks that fall outside the normal purview of its central administrative divisions.
University Official Data Protection Officer
The University Official Data Protection Officer instructs and advises the University Executive Board and the University members on the obligations according to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other data protection legislation and monitors their compliance.
- Official Data Protection Officer: Dr. Rolf Gemmeke
- Permanent Deputy: Dr. Marco Wehling, LL.M.
- University Official Data Protection Officer's Website
University Women's Representative
The University Women's Representative is tasked with ensuring that female researchers, teachers and students suffer no disadvantages on the basis of their gender. She supports the University's leadership in its endeavors to achieve full equality of opportunity and esteem by removing remaining barriers that discriminate between the sexes.
- Dr. Margit Weber
- University Women's Representative's Website
University Representative for Students with Disabilities
The University Representative for Students with Disabilities assists and advises the University's leadership on measures designed to accommodate the special needs of disabled students and enable them to participate fully in study programs.
Conflict Resolution Officers
Conflict Resolution Officer for Professors and Academic Staff
The Conflict Resolution Officer advises and supports staff members who assert that their personal rights have been infringed in the course of their academic work at LMU - in particular by the exploitation of their status as subordinates. At the request of the alleged victim, conflict resolution officers prepare a proposal on how the issue can best be dealt with, if possible with the active participation of the person implicated by the complainant in the alleged infringement.
- Conflict Resolution Officers: Prof. Dr. Dieter Frey, Prof. Dr. Stefan Zahler
- Deputy: Prof. Dr. Frank Fischer
Conflict Resolution Officer for Students
The Conflict Resolution Officer for Students advises and supports students who assert that their personal rights have been infringed in particular by discriminatory behavior on the basis of ethnic origin, sex, religion or philosophical beliefs, disability, age or gender identity, by members of the University.
Ombudsperson for Self-Regulation in Science
The Ombudsperson for Self-Regulation in Science acts as a confidential advisor to those who report concrete grounds for suspicion of misconduct in relation to research by a current or former member of LMU, and personally investigates the allegations on the basis of the information received.
Der Staff Council at LMU is available to all members of staff as an elected representative pursuant to Article 69 (1c) of the Bavarian Staff Representation Act (BayPVG).
Representative for Severely Disabled People
The Representative for Severely Disabled People represents the interests of staff with disabilities, providing advice and help on social, building-related and technical factors and ensuring that the special arrangements for severely disabled job candidates are respected.
The anti-discrimination officers advise on options for action in the event of discrimination.