The Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest research organisation. Its 18 research centres are akin to national laboratories, managing much of Germany's science infrastructure in six overarching research programmes in: Energy; Earth and Environment; Health;Aeronautics, Space and Transport; Matter; and Key Technologies.
The Association has a workforce of approximately 38,000 people working for 18 Research Centres which host over 250 Research Institutes across the whole of Germany.
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Executive postsIndependent Young Investigator Group Leader (f/m/d) with Tenure Track in Artificial Intelligence for OptoacousticsNeuherberg (bei München)Helmholtz-Center München - German Research Center for Environmental Health (HMGU)
Executive postsYoung InvestigatorBraunschweigHelmholtz-Centre for Infection Research (HZI)
Executive posts28567: Engineer Electrical or Transport Engineering or similar - Head of the Department of Resilience of Maritime SystemsBremerhavenGerman Aerospace Center (DLR)
The Helmholtz Association
€4.5 billion per annum
six research fields
19 research centres
50 research institutes
Germany's largest research organisation
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