Berlin, Beijing, Bonn, Brussels, Moscow, Tel Aviv - represented at key centres
Staff at the Helmholtz Association's Head Office support the President in the performance of his duties for the members of the Helmholtz Association. Be it as representatives of the research fields, or in managing the decision-making bodies or in the field of reporting and auditing: The whole team contributes to ensuring that the research framework at Helmholtz is right. The staff also play their part in ensuring that the Helmholtz Association's far-reaching strategic re-orientation is a success and that Germany's largest research organisation can use its enormous scientific potential even more efficiently through concerted research.
In view of the rapid spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), many employees of the Helmholtz offices in Berlin, Bonn, and abroad are still working from home since March. The easiest means of communicating with respective contacts from these offices is by email. Everyone involved is trying to carry on working without any restrictions. We ask for your understanding, however, if any delays occur in individual cases.
The following areas are located at the Berlin Office:
To help initiate and establish new strategic networks of scientific excellence between Russia and Germany, the Helmholtz Association has a Moscow Office. The Helmholtz Association chose Russia to be one of its key strategic partners to jointly face the challenges of the future through scientific cooperation. Partners in Germany looking for specific information about Russia and Russian seeking contacts in Germany now have an excellent starting point to find the right people for their special interests.
The Beijing Office represents the Helmholtz Association in China. Its mission is to further promote cooperation between the scientists from the 17 Helmholtz Centres and their partners in the Chinese scientific community. The emphasis of this cooperation lies on strategic and long-term projects. It provides specific information about China's policy, its workforce, academic opportunities and research projects for partners in Germany.
The Berlin HIDA office is supported by the Helmholtz office in Berlin Mitte. Currently, a meeting place is being set up for all aspects of training and further education in Information & Data Science. The HIDA office enables exchange and networking in the field of data sciences for the entire Helmholtz Association.