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Technologies, topics, dreams – events with DLR in the winter term 2017
16 January 2018
Join DLR? Start to our orbit at the Karlsruhe job fair
German Trainee Programme
As a child she dreamt of adventures in space; as a teenager she attended space conferences; she went...
Scientific activities / projects
Technically savvy globetrotter with great organisational skills: rocket engineer Wolfgang Jung
En route to the fuel of the future: Martina Neises researches solar hydrogen production.
Innovation is at its greatest when men and women carry out research together. A good example of this...
Course paper / final thesis
Exciting challenges for inquisitive people: write your thesis at DLR!
Join DLR’s team of experts as a visiting researcher: Knowledge for tomorrow – ‘made in Germany’
Ways to apply
Your way to DLR: here's how you should apply.
Want to help shape the world of tomorrow through cutting-edge research? Even students can help!
Out of the auditorium and straight to the major issues for humanity and the future – ideally before ...
Scientific excellence? Prove yourself and enter our competitions for ideas!
Further education and training
Those wanting to shape the ‘knowledge for tomorrow’ must start today – with further education and tr...
Combine theory and practice, and get up close and personal with top-level research in the process. W...
Apprenticeships at DLR are special – here, you can grow further and try new things, according to Ste...
Cutting-edge research in good company: our non-scientific employees achieve great things.
Schools at DLR
When it comes to research, it’s never too soon to start: from the classroom, and straight to DLR!
It's not all about exciting research projects: we encourage a healthy balance between work and leisu...
Have you decided that you want to launch your career at DLR? If so, send a speculative application t...
Do you still have questions about applying to DLR? We have the answers.
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