Who are we looking for?
At DLR Institute of Solar Research: preparation of tests for solar production of hydrogen at Synlight facility
Basically, we’re looking for you! Whether your background is in chemistry, economics, IT or anything in between, our wide-ranging projects require your expertise because our research goes far beyond the aerospace industry. Of course, it’s no use having the most sophisticated scientific experiments without highly skilled specialists who can make them technically and administratively possible.
We develop hydrogen-powered vehicles and conduct research into alternative energy storage systems, future rail transport, the first German quantum computer, digital prototype production and new software technologies – and that’s just for starters. At our 55 institutes and facilities nationwide, we work together to develop groundbreaking solutions to address the challenges that humankind is facing now and will face in the future.
If you’re interested in working in research and development, research funding and science management, administration, and technology and infrastructure, we need your help. DLR can only achieve its full potential with people who have all of these skills on board.
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Around 5000 scientists work in our institutes and facilities. Every year, they supervise more than 950 doctoral theses and 700 research projects and final theses. Around 75 young people also join us as trainees every year across 11 training programmes. We offer eight dual study programmes that offer the perfect combination of university education and hands-on experience.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Institute of Transportation Systems
FIELD OF STUDY: Space Science and Engineering (SpaceMaster) | NOW: Institute for Software Technology
Institute of Communications and Navigation
Linda Bolay is a mathematician at the Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics
Steffen Flade is developing a hydrogen fuel cell powered aircraft
At DLR, 11,000 bright minds combine their knowledge, talent and research to shape the future together.