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Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf

Institut für physikalische Biologie

With about 16000 students Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf is the center of research and education in the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, a federal state of Germany well known for the Rhine-Ruhr area, the largest economic area in Europe and among Europe’s largest academic hubs. With her five faculties (mathematics and natural sciences, medicine, law, economics, philosophy) Heinrich Heine University promotes close interdisciplinary co-operations on regional, national and international levels. In the tradition of European universities and the spirit of the poet and journalist Heinrich Heine, the community of teachers and students offers high-level education in an atmosphere of tolerance, respect for minorities and coexistence across national borders. Equal opportunity is one of our regularly award-winning features.

Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, a key member of the Helmholtz Association, is one of the biggest research centers in Europe. The potential for meeting the objective of ´key technologies for tomorrow´ lies in 4600 employees who work together in an interdisciplinary manner, over 200 cooperation partners in Germany and abroad, a unique infrastructure, and the special expertise in biotechnology, physics, materials science, nanotechnology, and information technology. This potential is harnessed to generate new solutions for the areas of health, energy & environment, and information.


Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
Institut für physikalische Biologie
FZ Jülich, ICS 6
52425 Jülich
Field of Activity:
Research & Development
Research & Education
Number of employess:
less then 10