Forschungszentrum Jülich, a member of the Helmholtz Association, is one of the largest interdisciplinary research institutions in Germany and Europe. With more than 6,000 employees, it makes effective contributions to solving major societal challenges in the fields of information, energy and bioeconomy. This is done through basic research, which is always inspired by the desire to become effective and achieve benefits in society.
The Research Center helps shape social change by researching technologies and systems that will determine our future. Researchers are united by the goal of conducting effective research for the information society of the future, the energy revolution and bio-based value creation. At the interfaces between these fields, forward-looking scientific and technological findings will develop. Research at Jülich is characterized by the special combination of natural sciences and supercomputing. It continues to develop simulation and data sciences as a key method of research and uses large scientific infrastructures, often unique worldwide.
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