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High-performance computer CARO (Computer for Advanced Research in Aerospace) at DLR site Göttingen is one of the 150 most powerful systems in the world
Data science, computer science, system administration, software engineering: To achieve our ambitious goals – in space as well as on Earth – we rely on highly qualified experts and state-of-the-art IT infrastructure. And that's why we're looking for you!
Whether as a data scientist for research in the field of data analysis, or as a software developer for flight simulators or mission software for space robotics, or as a computer scientist for research into innovative approaches in the field of artificial intelligence, for the design of a new type of analogue quantum computer, or as a system administrator for the institute's IT - DLR projects promise diversity and collaboration on exciting topics. You can expect meaningful work with high social relevance.
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But that's not all: Here you can find more information about benefits and corporate culture at DLR.
Start your mission at DLR now! Discover our current vacancies in the fields of computer science, quantum technologies and technology & infrastructure. We look forward to receiving your application!
Find out what your future colleagues are already working on here:
Institute for Software Technology
FIELD OF STUDY: Computer science | NOW: Institute of Structures and Design
Quantum technologies for the future
Dr Karla Loida is the Strategic Project Manager for the DLR Quantum Computing Initiative
Julia Gonschorek is a geoinformatics specialist and heads the Helmholtz Innovation Lab OPTSAL
FIELD OF STUDY: Computer Science | NOW: Institute for Software Technology
Data scientists optimise neural networks to support doctors in skin cancer screening.
Henry Rotzoll works with satellite information about our planet.
Friederike Klan mines untapped data sources