Forschungszentrum Jülich

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Conducting research for a changing society: This is what drives us at Forschungszentrum Jülich. As a member of the Helmholtz Association, we aim to tackle the grand challenges of our times. How can we make a success of the energy transition and mitigate the effects of climate change? What challenges are emerging due to the increasing digitization of our society? Will we succeed in understanding the human brain? And how can we facilitate the transition to a bio-based sustainable economy? Come and work with us at our scientific institutes, in our technical or administrative infrastructure, or in research management alongside roughly 6,400 colleagues at one of Europe’s biggest research centres and help make a contribution to solving societal challenges. Help us to shape change! In their work, our employees are supported by an excellent information provision. Furthermore, Forschungszentrum Jülich is characterized by an international and interdisciplinary atmosphere. We are particularly committed to providing the appropriate working conditions and expert advice for combining family and career. We therefore have a wide range of options for flexible working hours, ad hoc teleworking opportunities, support with childcare, and we find the best solutions for employees' individual situations. Since 2010, we have been certified as 'family-friendly' as part of a government scheme 'audit berufundfamilie'. Special services are available for foreign colleagues and their families. Our employees can also take advantage of numerous tailor-made courses for further qualification and continuing professional development. Each year, more than 750 vacant positions are on offer at Jülich for trainees, master's students, Doctoral Researchers, research scientists, postdocs, or for employees in the technical infrastructure, administration, and research management. You will find more information on our wide range of career options at: http://www.fz-juelich.de/careers

Headquarters:
Germany

Research

Speciaties:

Energy Environment Information The Brain Bioeconomy

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Silviya Zdravkova
Business Economist and Quality Management Representative with focus on EU-projects at Project Management Agency Jülich
Gerald Pintsuk
Head of Hot Materials Laboratory at Forschungszentrum Jülich
Egor Vezhlev
Research Associate / Instrument Responsible at Forschungszentrum Jülich
Peter Denner
Postdoctoral researcher at Forschungszentrum Jülich

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