Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres
Germany’s Largest Research Organisation
Annual Budget spent across six major Research Programs
Scientists and Science Managers
Managing Germany’s science infrastructure from particle accelerators to polar research ships
Global bottlenecks are predictable - in the reliable supply of energy and the safe disposal and treatment of wastes, residues and emissions. Helmholtz energy researchers are looking for solutions to meet the needs of present and future generations.
Health Research in the Helmholtz Association aims to unravel the complex causes of major chronic diseases and develop novel strategies for prevention, early diagnostics and effective therapies for the benefit of patients. Cancer Research, Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases, Infeciton Research, Disorders of the Nervous System, Genetic and Environmental Influences on Common Diseases.
Our goal is to understand the System Earth to ensure that our home planet remains ecologically stable and the climate equilibrium is not knocked out of balance. Helmholtz researchers search for sustainable solutions for the co-existence of industrial society and the natural environment.
Mobility, information, communication, managing the resources as well as environment and security are decisive factors for the economic, ecological and social development of modern national economics.
The Helmholtz research field Matter explores the constituent parts of matter and the forces acting between them over completely different orders of magnitude, from the smallest units, elementary particles, to the largest structures in the universe.
Scientists in the Helmholtz Association's research field Key Technologies work on topics including new components for tomorrow's computers, energy-saving supercomputers, and custom-made materials for use in technology and medicine.
There are 12 vacancies
throughout the Helmholtz Association for scientists and science managers.