"It´s mind-blowing …"
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 – DLR!
Exciting challenges for inquisitive people: write your thesis at DLR!
As a child she dreamt of adventures in space; as a teenager she attended space conferences; she went on to become a trainee at ESA; and today she is a...
Verifying what aircraft can do: the manoeuvres of Ina Niewind, flight test engineer, bring about safety and progress.
As a flight test engineer for...
Join DLR’s team of experts as a visiting researcher: Knowledge for tomorrow – ‘made in Germany’
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 finishing your course!
Scientific excellence? Prove yourself and enter our competitions for ideas!
Those wanting to shape the ‘knowledge for tomorrow’ must start today – with further education and training according to your needs.
Combine theory and practice, and get up close and personal with top-level research in the process. We train through dual studies!
Apprenticeships at DLR are special – here, you can grow further and try new things, according to Stefan Ratke.
Cutting-edge research in good company: our non-scientific employees achieve great things.
Katja Leuoth, Columbus Flight Director – first day on the job with Columbus at DLR and what it means to support astronauts at work in space.
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 leisure.
Researchers at DLR are working on a wide range of technologies for the future – for example, exhaust heat utilisation in cars.
Car engines only con...
Have you decided that you want to launch your career at DLR? If so, send a speculative application to the institute or facility of your choice!
Do you still have questions about applying to DLR? We have the answers.
29 April 2014
Scientists will answer your questions at the Bonding Recruitment Fair in Dresden.
8 May 2014
We are happy to give you advice on career opportunities at DLR.
9 May 2014
Scientists will answer your questions at Connecticum Berlin.
28 May 2014
Scientists will answer your questions at the Bonding Recruitment Fair in Karlsruhe.
5 June 2014
Scientists will answer your questions at IKOM Munich.
24 June 2014
Talk to our scientists and learn about career opportunities at DLR.