Leibniz Delegation to Australia, February 10-18, 2020
Research in Germany
The Leibniz Association connects 96 independent research institutions 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. The Leibniz Institutes employ around 20,000 people, including 10,000 researchers. The financial volume amounts to 1.9 billion euros.
Your career with Leibniz
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 2018, international scientists accounted for 23% of academic staff, 33% of doctoral students and 32% of post-doctoral researchers.
A Glance at our Natural Sciences and Life Sciences
Our visit to Australia
In February 2020, we will be visiting Australia with a Leibniz delegation of lead researchers from the following research areas:
- Optics and Photonics
- Materials Research and Nanotechnology
- Biomedical Research and Health Technologies
- Mathematics and Modelling
- Digital Transformation, Research Data Management and Infrastructures
Come visit our General Information Sessions!
Melbourne -> Adelaide -> Canberra -> Sydney