G’day – Guten Tag!
We are here to (re)connect with Australian researchers, policy makers, and industry partners and to get you interested in co-operating with Leibniz Institutes.
We were back – only bigger and better!

The Leibniz Delegation to Australia - a review with pictures.

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About Leibniz

The Leibniz Association connects 96 independent research institutes that range in focus from natural, engineering and environmental sciences to economics, spatial and social sciences and the humanities. Leibniz Institutes address issues of social, economic and ecological relevance.

They conduct basic and applied research, including in the interdisciplinary Leibniz Research Alliances, maintain scientific infrastructure, and provide research-based services. Leibniz institutions collaborate intensively with universities as well as with industry and other partners at home and abroad. The Leibniz Institutes employ around 20,500 people, including 11,500 researchers. The financial volume amounts to 2 billion euros.

Our Visit to Australia

In February 2024, we will be visiting Australia with a Leibniz delegation of lead researchers from Life and Natural Sciences, Engineering, Mathematics, Environmental Research, Economics and Humanities.

Come visit our General Information Sessions!
  • Monday, February 5: 9 am at Monash University, Melbourne
  • Tuesday, February 6: 9 am at University of Melbourne
  • Thursday, February 8: 9 am at Australian National University, Canberra
  • Friday, February 9: 9 am at University of Sydney
  • Monday, February 12: 9 am at University of New South Wales, Sydney
  • Wednesday, February 14: 9:30 am at University of Queensland, Brisbane

You can find detailed information about the programme here

More information on the institutes and delegation members (CV and research interests) can be found here.

Your Career in Germany and with Leibniz

If you are thinking of studying or pursuing research in Germany, please consult Research in Germany and the DAAD IC office in Australia for funding possibilities and career opportunities.

Once you have found a Leibniz Institute that suits your research interests, please contact the PI of your choice directly and consult them about opportunities. By the way – you do not have to speak German!

The Leibniz Association wants to attract the best scientists worldwide. In 2022, international scientists accounted for 28,5% of academic staff, 41% of doctoral students and 40% of post-doctoral researchers.

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A Glance at our Scientific Profiles
  1. Hand, um die eine leuchtende Glasfaser gewickelt ist

    Light, Matter, Information

    Section "Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Engineering"

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  2. Frau in einem Büro, im Vordergrund ein Bildschirm mit wissenschaftlichen Grafiken

    Biodiversity and Health

    Section "Life Sciences"

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  3. Junge Forscherin greift in ein Becken der Meerwasseranlage des ZMT

    Environment and Sustainable Development

    Section "Environmental Research"

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  4. Eine Frau und drei Männer sitzen in einem Konferenzraum um einen Tisch

    Economic and Spatial Development, Democratic Participation and Social Integration

    Section "Economics, Social Sciences, Spatial Research"

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  5. Mitarbeiterin des Deutschen Museums mit einem Domino Cane-Sugar-Karton in der Hand

    Cultural Heritage and Education

    Section "Humanities and Educational Research"

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More Information
  1. Compendium of the Leibniz Association

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  2. Leibniz Junior Research Groups

    Through its Leibniz Junior Research Groups funding programme, the Leibniz Association offers talented young scientists attractive research conditions: scientific independence, competitive facilities and excellent networking opportunities.

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  3. Leibniz Programme for Women Professors

    The Leibniz Programme for Women Professors is a funding programme within the Leibniz Competition. It is aimed at women in all disciplines who have an outstanding international track record.

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Contact

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

australia(at)leibniz-gemeinschaft.de

Dr Felix Kießling
Leibniz Association
Chausseestraße 111
10115 Berlin
T +49 30 206049 615
kiessling@leibniz-gemeinschaft.de
Dr Almuth Wietholtz-Eisert
Leibniz Association
Chausseestraße 111
10115 Berlin
T +49 30 206049 448
wietholtz@leibniz-gemeinschaft.de