Stancho Belkovski (1891–1962), Bulgarian architect, head of Higher Technical School in Sofia and the department of public buildings.
August Borsig (1804–1854), businessman
Carl Bosch (1874–1940), chemist, Nobel prize winner 1931
Franz Breisig (1868–1934), mathematician, inventor of the calibration wire and father of the term quadripole network in electrical engineering.
Wilhelm Cauer (1900–1945), mathematician, essential contributions to the design of filters.
Henri Marie Coandă (1886–1972), aircraft designer; discovered the Coandă Effect.
Joachim Milberg (*1943), Former CEO of BMW AG.
Martin C. Wittig (*1964), Former CEO of the management consultant firm Roland Berger Strategy Consultants.
Carl Dahlhaus (1928–1989), musicologist.
George de Hevesy (1885–1966), chemist, Nobel prize winner 1943
Walter Dornberger (1895–1980), developer of the Air Force-NASA X-20 Dyna-Soar project.
Ottmar Edenhofer (born 1961), economist
Krafft Arnold Ehricke (1917–1984), rocket-propulsion engineer, worked for the NASA, chief designer of the Centaur
Gerhard Ertl (* 10. Oktober 1936 in Stuttgart) Physicist and Surface Chemist, Hon. Prof. and Nobel prize winner 2007
Gottfried Feder (1883-1941), economist and key member of the National Socialist Party
Wigbert Fehse (born 1937) German engineer and researcher in the area of automatic space navigation, guidance, control and docking/berthing.
Dennis Gabor (1900–1971), physicist (holography), Nobel prize winner 1971
Fritz Gosslau (1898–1965), German engineer, known for his work at the V-1 flying bomb.
Fritz Haber (1868–1934), chemist, Nobel prize winner 1918.
Sabine Hark (born 7 August 1962), sociologist and professor of gender studies
Gustav Ludwig Hertz (1887–1975), physicist, Nobel prize winner 1925
Olga Holtz (born 1973), mathematician
Fritz Houtermans (1903–1966) atomic and nuclear physicist
Hugo Junkers (1859–1935), former of Junkers & Co, a major German aircraft manufacturer.
Anatol Kagan (1913-2009), Russian-born Australian architect.
Helmut Kallmeyer (1910–2006), German chemist and Action T4 perpetrator
Walter Kaufmann (1871–1947), physicist, well known for his first experimental proof of the velocity dependence of mass.
Heinz-Hermann Koelle(*1925) former director of the Army Ballistic Missile Agency, member of the launch crew on Explorer I and later directed the NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center's involvement in Project Apollo.
Abdul Qadeer Khan(*1 April 1936) Pakistani nuclear scientist
Franz Kruckenberg (1882–1965), designer of the first aerodynamic high-speed train 1931
Karl Küpfmüller (1897–1977), electrical engineer, essential contributions to system theory
Wassili Luckhardt (1889–1972), architect
Georg Hans Madelung (1889–1972), a German academic and aeronautical engineer.
Herbert Franz Mataré (1912-2011), German physicist and Transistor-pionier
Alexander Meissner (1883–1958), electrical engineer
Erwin Wilhelm Müller (1911–1977), physicist (field emission microscope, field ion microscope, atom probe)
Ida Noddack (1896–1978), nominated three times for Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Jakob Karol Parnas (1884–1949), biochemist, Embden-Meyerhof-Parnas pathway
Wolfgang Paul (1913–1993), physicist, Nobel prize winner 1989
Franz Reuleaux (1829–1905), mechanical engineer, often called the father of kinematics
Klaus Riedel (1907–1944), German rocket pioneer, worked on the V-2 missile programme at Peenemünde.
Alois Riedler (1850–1936), inventor of the Leavitt-Riedler Pumping Engine; proponent of practically-oriented engineering education.
Hermann Immanuel Rietschel (1847-1914), inventor of modern HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning).
Arthur Rudolph (1906–1996) worked for the U.S. Army and NASA, developer of Pershing missile and the Saturn V Moon rocket.
Ernst Ruska (1906–1988), physicist (electron microscope), Nobel prize winner 1986
Karl Friedrich Schinkel (1781–1841), architect (at the predecessor Berlin Building Academy)
Georg Schlesinger (1874–1949)
Adolf Slaby (1849–1913), German wireless pioneer
Albert Speer (1905–1981), architect, politician, Minister for Armaments during the Third Reich, was sentenced to 20 years prison in the Nuremberg trials
Ivan Stranski (1897–1979), chemist, considered the father of crystal growth research
Ernst Stuhlinger (1913–2008), member of the Army Ballistic Missile Agency, director of the space science lab at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center.
Kurt Tank (1893–1983), head of design department of Focke-Wulf, designed the FW-190