Interested in knowing more about collaboration opportunities with DLR Air Transportation Systems?
We invite you to join us in contributing to aviation research to realize future of air transportation systems. DLR teams up with universities and industry in technology conceptualization, assessment, development and providing new applications.
Having DLR as a partner enables the access to a network of research facilities and years of experience. It provides the chance to explore new ideas together with motivated young researchers guided by senior scientists and managers at German Aerospace Center. By establishing an alliance to get into emerging markets and share resources and capabilities, both DLR and your organization will investigate the newest topics and cooperate on some of the most intelligent, high-performance and reliable technologies.
The strategic orientation of DLR Air Transportation Systems as well as its skills and experience supports our core competencies by a range of collaborations with other government agencies, industry and academia. This provides chances in different forms from student work-packages to European projects such as Horizon 2020.
Doing research with us
Are you looking for more information on how DLR Air Transportation Systems fosters research topics and adopts its focus toward new opportunities?
Do you find it helpful to have an information package about doing research with DLR Air Transportation Systems?
Want to know who is the right point of contact at DLR Air Transportation Systems?
Are you a student who is motivated to do his research with us and look for a supervisor or mentor? Or simply looking for research topics for your studies?
The International Relations Office supports international students, guest scientists, startups, universities and companies as source of information for those interested in teaming up with DLR Air Transportation Systems. Through International Relations Office, universities and companies can explore available chances in research programs, contracting opportunities, research grants and calls.
You may contact our internationals relations officer to schedule an appointment via email or in person on Monday through Wednesday, 14:00 to 16:00.
Note for students, potential guest scientists and Startups: When meeting with the International Relations Office, it is helpful if you prepare materials to discuss your capabilities, such as the following: