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  • Career opportunities

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    You are interested in an internship, apprenticeship, dual studies program or job change – Airbus offers every employee the chance to grow and develop. With a workforce of around 135.000 employees and more than 130 nationalities, Airbus is an employer of choice for diverse talents worldwide. In the scheme of our graduate and scholarship programs, students from all over the world get the opportunity to gain work experience and build their own international networks. You are interested in learn…
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  • Communication and Information

    • Hall 4 220
    • Chalets East 31-31
    • Hall 1
    • Hall 2 430
    • Hall 3 113
    Always being connected is something everyone takes for granted nowadays. Instantly, no matter where we are, we share ideas with other people out there. With permanent access to our e-mails, documents, calendar and other data. Record collections, photo albums, street maps – they’re all just a click away on our smartphone. And it is thanks to rapid innovation in information and communications technology (ICT) that it all works smoothly and reliably.
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  • DLR Aeronautics Research

    • Hall 4 310
    • Hall 1 301
    • Hall 4 510
    • Display C4 045
    • Display S1 301
    The primary objective of DLR aerospace research activities is to enhance the competitiveness of Germany and Europe's aerospace and air transport industries and to achieve governmental and societal objectives. In addition to fundamental research work, DLR is primarily concerned with applied aerospace research and development. DLR has set itself the challenge of making the fast-growing air transport sector efficient, environmentally friendly and sustainable. DLR's aerospace technology portfolio i…
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  • DLR at ILA - Research Aircraft

    • Hall 4 310
    • Hall 1 301
    • Hall 4 510
    • Display C4 045
    • Display S1 301
    In 2020, DLR will showcase the following members of its research fleet on the ILA static display: ISTAR: Since early 2020, the German Aerospace Center (DLR) has had a new research aircraft, the Falcon 2000LX ISTAR (In-flight Systems & Technology Airborne Research). It will be gradually put into service with numerous conversions and modifications until the middle of the decade. Once fully developed, ISTAR will be able to test the flight characteristics of new aircraft designs, whether real or vi…
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  • DLR at ILA - Space Pavilion

    • Hall 4 310
    • Hall 1 301
    • Hall 4 510
    • Display C4 045
    • Display S1 301
    In 2020, the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) is again one of the largest institutional exhibitors at the ILA Berlin Air Show. At a stand occupying some 700 square metres in Hall 4, the Space Pavilion, the BMWi stand in Hall 2 and the ILA CareerCenter, DLR is showcasing cutting-edge aerospace research. As the operator of the largest research aircraft fleet in Europe, DLR is presenting some of the aircraft from its fleet in the open-air display area. Space…
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  • DLR Space Research

    • Hall 4 310
    • Hall 1 301
    • Hall 4 510
    • Display C4 045
    • Display S1 301
    Zero-gravity experiments, exploring other planets and observing the terrestrial environment from outer space are among the many space research activities of DLR. Research in and from outer space On German and international space missions, DLR has demonstrated its competence and capabilities, often in cooperation with international partners such as ESA (the European Space Agency) and NASA (America's National Aeronautics and Space Administration). Numerous research projects have led to pion…
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  • DLR Transport Research

    • Hall 4 310
    • Hall 1 301
    • Hall 4 510
    • Display C4 045
    • Display S1 301
    The transport sector is a cornerstone of Germany's industrialised economy. It satisfies individual mobility needs, provides employment and makes up a significant share of the net economic added value. On the other hand, transport has some adverse effects. Noise and exhaust emissions harm the population and the environment and large numbers of people are victims of traffic accidents. From the tense relationship between the demands for mobility and its negative effects, the need arises for an inte…
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  • Energy and Resources

    • Hall 4 220
    • Chalets East 31-31
    • Hall 1
    • Hall 2 430
    • Hall 3 113
    Without energy we would have no warm homes, no hot water for showers, and no electricity to keep food chilled, operate appliances or allow us to work at the computer. Up to now our economy has been driven – and our homes made comfortable – by oil, coal and gas. Slowly but surely, these natural resources are running out. If we want to continue to enjoy affordable power, heat and cooling in the future, we need to become more efficient in the way we use energy, get better at storing it reliably and…
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  • Health an Environment

    • Hall 4 220
    • Chalets East 31-31
    • Hall 1
    • Hall 2 430
    • Hall 3 113
    In all areas of medical, environmental and nutrition research, Fraunhofer provides results that help keep people healthy and make healthcare affordable. Smart assistance systems are an invaluable part of preventative healthcare, diagnostic medicine, treatment and care. Since nutrition, food technology and effective environmental protection also have a major impact on public health, they feature prominently in Fraunhofer research.
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  • IABG Aeronautics

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    • Hall 4 420
    • Hall 4 510
    As a key strategic partner of the international aerospace industry, IABG supports its customers with intelligent, tailored solutions in the fields of testing, simulation, analysis and engineering, ensuring the successful qualification and certification of complex systems. Our services span across the full product life cycle from requirements definition to in-service operations and comprise all product levels from materials to full-scale specimen. We are your partner for the development of method…
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  • IABG Space

    • Hall 2 421
    • Hall 4 420
    • Hall 4 510
    The name IABG is closely linked with the space sector. In our space centre we offer comprehensive one-stop tests, analyses and studies. Hardly any larger German or European aeronautics or space project in the last decades was realised without the support of IABG. Experience of many years and the adaptability of our facilities make us an ideal partner for challenging environmental tests. Our services: Mechanical tests (vibration, acoustic noise, shock, modal, mass property measurements) Space …
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  • Mobiltity and Transport

    • Hall 4 220
    • Chalets East 31-31
    • Hall 1
    • Hall 2 430
    • Hall 3 113
    Whether it's jetting off on holiday, driving to work, visiting relatives, or simply going shopping, it all adds up to an entire lifetime spent on the move – on water, on land and in the air. Globalization has increased personal mobility as well as freight mobility: We eat kiwis from New Zealand, buy jeans made in China – products travel thousands of miles before they reach the consumer. Fraunhofer researchers are looking to control transportation and make it reliable, even eliminating it entirel…
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