Connecting continents

Creating careers
Massachusetts
Institute of
Technology
2009
European Career Fair
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13th European Career Fair
Saturday – Monday
January 24 –26, 2009
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Organized by:
MIT European Club
In collaboration with:
MIT International Science
and Technology Initiatives (MISTI)
European Commission
www.euro-career.com
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13th European Career Fair
Design:
Tim Blackburn Design
Boston, MA
Editing:
Ana Babic, Katrin Tschoep,
and Marc van Veenhuizen
Printed by:
Next Generation Printing, Inc.
Canton, MA
© 2009, MIT European Club
European Club
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Room W20-401
77 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA
02139 USA
Email career@euroclub.mit.edu
Fax +1-617-500-0327
Web www.euro-career.com
Table of contents
4 What do you fnd in this booklet?

Introduction
6 The European Career Fair Team
7 Welcome Letter, European Career Fair Chairs
8 European Career Fair schedule and locations
9 Map
Organizers and partners of the ECF
12 MIT European Club
13 MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI)
14 European Commission / FP-7
16 Euraxxess Links USA
18 European Research Council
20 Joint Research Centre (JRC)
22 ECF-IKOM Alliance

Endorsement letters
26 Welcome Letter, S. Hockfeld, President of MIT
27 Welcome Letter, J. Bruton, Ambassador of European Union
28 Welcome Letter, E.D. Simmons, Mayor of Cambridge
29 Welcome Letter, J. Friis, Honorary Consul of Denmark
30 Welcome Letter, P. Vimont, Ambassador of France
31 Welcome Letter, F. L. Löhr, Consul General of Germany
32 Welcome Letter, G. Castellaneta, Ambassador of Italy
33 Welcome Letter, J. Dezcallar, Ambassador of Spain
34 Welcome Letter, P. Marmier, Consul General of Switzerland
35 Welcome Letter, R. Jones-Bos, Ambassador of the Netherlands

Participating employer profles
37 Companies
117 Academic institutions and non-proft organizations
260 Index
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What do you fnd in this booklet?
Introduction to the European Career Fair (pp. 5-9)
Welcome by the European Career Fair team. •
Time schedule and location of all events for candidates that are organized during •
January 23-26.
MIT campus Map highlighting all important locations. •
Organizers and partners (pp. 11-23)
Welcome letters from the president of the European Club, as well as background •
information on the MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI),
various institutions related to the European Commission and the alliance between
ECF and IKOM.
Endorsements (pp. 25-35)
Welcome letters from various dignitaries. Each of these letters touches on why the •
ECF is an excellent platform for connecting candidates in the US with employers from
Europe.
Participating employer profles (pp.37-259): Companies / non-proft organizations
If they have chosen to provide this, you will fnd information on the size and scope of each
of the employers (Employer Profle) and the type of candidates they are looking for
(Recruiting Profle). In addition, there will be a full page advertisement to express the
employer’s character.
Important notes on employer profles:
Preferred backgrounds: you will fnd these backgrounds •
highlighted (in black) on the left-hand side of the page. This
will allow you to easily scan for potentially interesting employ-
ers, even if you are unfamiliar with them.
Interviews only, no booth at fair: employers that cannot be •
present with an exhibition booth at the fair. They are, however,
searching potential candidates in the resume database (closed
at the beginning of December), and will be conducting
interviews at a time which is more convenient for them.
Alphabetical list of all employers registered for ECF2009, with the page number of their
profles (in the back of the booklet, pp.260-263).
The exhibit booth map and schedule of the employer presentations on the fair day are not
in this booklet. We encourage candidates to make use of the handouts and posters at the
fair that will include this information. In addition, this and other information and
resources will be posted on the ECF website (http://www.euro-career.com) prior to the fair.
Interviews only,
no booth at fair
Business/economics
Computer science
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Introduction
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Katrin Arnold Germany
Ana Babic Croatia
Boerries Brandenburg Germany
Martina Cesani Italy
Michael Curley Ireland
Sophie de Boer The Netherlands
Predrag Djuranovic Serbia
Jorge Garcia Spain
Katya Gavrish Russia
Gerrit Hennecke Germany
Arne Hessenbruch Denmark
Antoine Jerusalem France
Kirstine Juhl Denmark
Marek Kozłowski Poland
Ivo Krummenacher Switzerland
Melike Lakadamyali Cyprus
Chiara Lepore Italy
Sven Loebrich Germany
Mihai Lupu Romania
Sheila Menzies USA
Nina Moeker Germany
Yvonne Moret Switzerland
Carlijn Mulder The Netherlands
Peter Møller Neergaard Denmark
Rosalie Nesbit USA
Timea Pal Romania
Emanuele Palescandolo Italy
Oliver Pou Spain
Guillem Rojo Spain
Melanie Rueger Germany
Ramon Salsas-Escat Spain
Fabrice Schlegel France
Elke Scholten Germany
Tim Schulz Germany
Rahel Siegenthaler Switzerland
Wiep Klaas Smits The Netherlands
Eveline Steine The Netherlands
Alessia Stell Italy
Danuta Tomkiewicz Poland
Katrin Tschoep Germany
Marc van Veenhuizen The Netherlands
Detelina Vasileva Bulgaria
Daniel Vlasic Croatia
Danielle Wenemoser Germany
Yi Xu China
Natasha Yemelyanova Russia
2009 European Career Fair team members
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Welcome to the Fair
Dear European Career Fair participants,
As the organizers of this event, we would like to extend a warm welcome to you!
This thirteenth edition of the fair builds on the foundation laid down in previous years. As a result, the
fair continues to attract both high quality employers and outstanding candidates, despite the recent
economic turmoil.
In times of global fnancial hardship, it is all the more important to fnd the right people for the right
places, for which a fuid job market is very important. The ECF has proven valuable to achieve this fuid-
ity, thanks to its long standing reputation in bridging the Atlantic by connecting the best candidates
from the US with the top-echelon of employers from Europe.
In addition to our predecessors, we are indebted to our partners. We value our collaboration with the
MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives in organizing the fair. Furthermore, we are proud to
partner with the European Commission for the third year in a row. Our synergistic eforts have led to a
strong increase in the number of non-proft employers from academia and research, underscoring that
the potential of the European job market does not merely lie in an advanced, innovative and globally
oriented industry. Our alliance with the IKOM career fair in Munich, Germany, allows us to improve the
career fair even further based on our mutual experiences.
This year, we welcome a number of afliated activities to the ECF, such as a panel discussion on entre-
preneurship in Europe and a workshop on transatlantic careers sponsored by Sciencecareers. In addi-
tion, we see that several countries wish to profle themselves beyond the fair in separate information
sessions. We believe that these activities, and the additional resources provided by Nature Network
Boston and Sciencecareers that are accessible through our website, will prove valuable for all attendants
of the event.
The European Career Fair continues to be the largest event in the US with a clear focus on Europe. This
year, we attracted over 110 employers and received more than 4100 resumes from candidates. We
expect many hundreds of interviews to be conducted on the second and third day of the fair. All this,
together with the logistics of the fair, would not be possible without the dedication of our team of
highly motivated volunteers, all of which have a full time job or study next to ECF. They are essential to
the success of the fair, and we are grateful for their eforts.
Enjoy the Fair! We hope that the ECF meets your expectations and wish you success in achieving your
goals.
For the European Career Fair 2009 Team,
Ramon Salsas-Escat and Wiep Klaas Smits
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Schedule and locations
Below is the schedule of the European Career Fair and its afliated events that are open to
the candidates. Street addresses are listed on the map on the facing page. More details
about the events are available on the ECF website (http://www.euro-career.com).
Friday, January 23, 2009
11:30am-2:00pm
Stata Center, MIT
European innovation and entrepeneurship workshop
A workshop to point out the strengths and opportunities of the innova-
tive and entrepreneurial European countries, followed by an informal
lunch. Registration is required.
Employer exhibition
Employer representatives meet face-to-face with candidates and will
invite exceptional candidates for interviews on Sunday and Monday.
Candidates are encouraged to bring their resumes.
Employer presentations
Employers give informal 30-minute presentations, that are an excellent
opportunity to get to know more about employers of interest. The sched-
ule of presentations will be posted at the fair, and will be available on
handouts. Each presentation will be announced at the fair.
Scheduled interviews
On Sunday and Monday employer representatives will meet with pro-
spective employees preselected on the basis of their submitted resumes,
as well as highly-qualifed candidates identifed at the fair. The ECF team
will coordinate the interviews that take place in interview booths and
rooms at the hotel and invited candidates are required to check in at the
information desk. By invitation only.
Info session “Research in Germany”
Workshop I: How to get a postdoc position and how to become a group
leader. Workshop II: Study abroad - opportunities in Germany. Registra-
tion required.
Info session “Working in The Netherlands”
Four presentations on working in The Netherlands, followed by an infor-
mal reception.
Sciencecareers panel “Industry in Europe”
This discussion will feature panelist that will comment on working in
European industry and transatlantic mobility.
Scheduled interviews

Monday, January 26, 2009
8:00am–5:00pm
Hyatt Regency Cambridge
Saturday, January 24, 2009
9:00am–5:00pm
Johnson Athletics Center
(2nd foor), MIT
Saturday, January 24, 2009
9:00am–5:00pm
Bldg. 1, MIT
Sunday, January 25, 2009
8:00am–5:00pm
Hyatt Regency Cambridge
Sunday, January 25, 2009
9:00am–12:30pm
Hyatt Regency Cambridge
Sunday, January 25, 2009
3:00pm–7:00pm
Hyatt Regency Cambridge
Sunday, January 25, 2009
Time to be announced
Hyatt Regency Cambridge
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MIT European Club
The MIT European Club would like to extend a warm welcome to our 13th European
Career Fair! We are a student-run organization afliated with the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology having a membership of nearly 3,000 people who come from almost
every part of the world and share a common interest in Europe. Over the years, the MIT
European Club has established itself as a reference point for many European scholars,
academics, and professionals coming to the Boston area. It is one of MIT’s most active and
diverse student groups, and organizes activities ranging from athletics to cultural events,
along with excursion for hiking and whitewater rafting in the summer, foliage tours in the
autumn, and skiing in the winter. Our staple social event is our weekly Thursday Pub Tour,
when we gather at a local pub to mingle and chat.
The European Career Fair is our most visible event on campus. It is the main activity we
hold to further the professional development of our members and people interested
in working in Europe. The fair is the largest of its kind in the United States, providing
domestic, foreign, and multinational companies access to some of the top talents from
the world’s most renowned academic institutions. It is not only designed to provide
information and personal contact with recruiters, but also to allow them to schedule job
interviews on the days immediately following the fair.
All the events sponsored by the Club are organized by our members, who volunteer their
time, ideas, drive, and skills. Their dedication and eforts are essential for the club’s success
and at the core of what we do. In order to remain dynamic and active, we are constantly
seeking new members to assist in running the Club. We encourage you to join us, come to
the planning meetings, and above all, have fun participating in our activities!
To learn more about the MIT European Club, we invite you to visit our website,
euroclub.mit.edu, or sign up to one of our mailing lists. We also maintain an on-line
bulletin board, which distributes information on moving sales, requests and ofers for
housing, and other matters of mutual interest.
On behalf of the MIT European Club,
Predrag Djuranovic, MIT EC President
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MIT International Science and
Technology Initiatives
MISTI is one of MIT’s leading initiators of international collaborations. Through its France,
Germany, Italy and Spain Programs, MISTI has established strong partnerships with many
of Europe’s leading companies and research centers. We welcome the participants in the
2009 European Career Fair as partners in the pursuit of this common mission.
Partnering with MISTI
MISTI works closely with corporate partners on initiatives ranging from internships and
recruitment events to workshops and seminars. Membership in the MISTI Corporate
Consortium provides companies with access to MIT, visibility on campus and the opportu-
nity to defne their brand at MIT.
Internships
Hosting an MIT intern is one of the most efective ways for companies and research labs to
establish a direct link with MIT. To our students, these internships ofer an opportunity to
experience frst-hand other work and research cultures. Each year, MISTI places over 300
MIT students in three to 12-month internships abroad. Over half of these internships take
place in Europe.
International Seed Funds
MISTI also supports MIT faculty and their European counterparts in cross-border collabo-
rations with research institutes and universities in France, Italy and Spain.
To learn more about how to participate in our Programs or partner with MISTI, visit
http://web.mit.edu/misti.
MIT-France Program MIT-Italy Program
April Julich Perez Serenella Sferza, PhD
Managing Director Program Co-Director
Email: ajulich@mit.edu Email: ssferza@mit.edu
Tel: (617) 253-8095 Tel: (617) 452-2693
http://web.mit.edu/mit-france/ http://web.mit.edu/mit-italy/
MIT-Germany Program MIT-Spain Program
Sigrid Berka, PhD Alicia Goldstein
Managing Director Director of Placement & Program Dev.
Email: sberka@mit.edu Email: aliciag@mit.edu
Tel: (617) 253-6982 Tel: (617) 324-5494
http://web.mit.edu/mit-germany/ http://web.mit.edu/mit-spain/
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The 7th Research Framework Programme
The seventh European Research Framework Programme will provide funding of more than 54 billion
Euro over 7 years (2007-2013) to increase Europe's growth and competitiveness, recognizing that
knowledge is Europe's greatest resource.
FP-7 consists of four specific programmes:
COOPERATION – to fund collaborative projects between research teams.
IDEAS – to fund excellent individual researchers in cutting-edge frontier science through European-level
competition. Grants for starting independent researchers as well as experienced researchers.
Applicants may be of any nationality. The work must be carried out in Europe.
PEOPLE – to fund training, mobility and career development of researchers. Includes fellowships for
Europeans and non-Europeans to work in Europe and grants for Europeans returning to Europe after
3 years abroad.
CAPACITIES – to enhance research and innovation capacity throughout Europe.
Full information on the seventh Research Framework Programme is available at:
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excellence, encourage creativity and combine flexibility with accountability.
The ERC, which is established by the European Commission and funded through the EU’s Seventh
Research Framework Programme with a budget of € 7.51 bn for 7 years (2007-2013), complements
other funding schemes in Europe, such as those of research funding agencies operating at the
national level and those within the EU’s Seventh Research Framework Programme.
The ERC consists of a Scientific Council and a Dedicated Implementation Structure. It operates under
conditions of autonomy and integrity, guaranteed by the European Commission, to which it is
accountable.
ERC Grant Schemes
What kinds of ERC grants are available?
Two types of ERC grants are available to support researchers in carrying out frontier research
projects:
ERC Starting Independent Researcher Grant (ERC Starting Grant)
The ERC Starting Independent Researcher Grant (ERC Starting Grant) aims to provide adequate
support to researchers at the stage at which they are intending to establish or have already
established an independent research team or, depending on the field, developing an independent
research programme. Researchers applying for an ERC Starting Grant must be able to demonstrate
their potential to perform world-class research.
ERC Starting Grants allow the most promising (young) investigators to make the transition from
working under a supervisor to an independent research leader at an early stage in their research
career.
The ERC Starting Grants may last up to five years and provide a total of up to 2.0 million for a five-
year grant.
2.1.2 ERC Advanced Investigator Grant (ERC Advanced Grant)
The ERC Advanced Investigator Grant (ERC Advanced Grant) aims to encourage and support
excellent, innovative and investigator-initiated research projects carried out by leading investigators.
This funding scheme complements the ERC Starting Grant scheme by targeting researchers who
have already established themselves as being independent research leaders in their own right.
ERC Advanced Grants allow exceptional established research leaders in science, engineering and
scholarship to pursue frontier research of their choice.
The ERC Advanced Grants may last up to five years and provide a total of up to €3.5 million for a five-
year-grant.
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For the very best
researchers in all fields
Promotes excellence and risk-taking in frontier research
Provides attractive long-term grants for pioneering projects
Attracts established and promising new talents to Europe
http://erc.europa.eu/
annonce 8/01/08 13:31 Page 1
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Joint Research Centre
(JRC)
Preferred backgrounds
Chem./Pharma/Biotech, Consumer Goods
Food safety analysis, Biotechnology, Health,
Environment, Renewable and Nuclear energy,
Information society technologies, Security, Risk
assessment of Chemicals, Reference materials,
Spatial analysis techniques.
Brussels (BE), Geel (BE); Ispra (IT), Karlsruhe (DE),
Petten (NL), Sevilla (ES).
2750
Belgium; Germany; Italy
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Emanuela Rossi
European Commission
Joint Research Centre (JRC)
Human Resources Unit
Via E. Fermi, 1
I - 21020 Ispra (VA), Italy
+39 033 278 9981
N/A
jrc-recruitment-dg@ec.europa.eu
http://www.jrc.ec.europa.eu/
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Website
E-mail
Fax
Telephone
Address
Name
Contact information
Additional job
qualifcations
Preferred nationality
Senior/executive
positions (Senior
Faculty)
Entry level positions
(Junior Faculty)
Graduate level openings
Internships
(bachelor/master)
Countries with openings
Recruiting profle
Employees (faculty)
Locations
Focus
Type
Employer profle



Looking for a challenging job in an international environment?

The Joint Research Centre (JRC) offers a range of possibilities for scientific and
technical profiles.
With a staff of 25 000 drawn from the length and breadth of the European Union, the
Commission works closely with the European Parliament and national governments to run
the Union in the best interests of its 490 million citizens.
Its mission is to translate into practical everyday action these citizens' aspirations for peace,
freedom and prosperity.
The Joint Research Centre is the scientific service of the European Commission, it employs
over 2 700 people and consists of seven scientific institutes at five sites in Germany,
Belgium, Spain, Italy and the Netherlands.

Whether:
• You are a researcher seeking European experience
• You want to study for a doctorate or post-doc
• You have just obtained a university degree and want a place as a trainee to acquire
European experience
• You are already working for an administration or a company and would like to acquire
European experience
• You have a scientific and technical or administrative profile

Check out our website: http://www.jrc.ec.europa.eu/, the range of employment possibilities is
wide.

Contact details:

European Commission
Joint Research Centre (JRC)
Human Resources Unit
Via E. Fermi, 1
I-21020 Ispra (VA), Italy



Tel: +39.033278.9981
Web: http://www.jrc.ec.europa.eu/jobs/
E-mail: jrc-recruitment-dg@ec.europa.eu

The IKOM is the largest career fair in southern Germany and is located
in Munich – a metropolis steeped in tradition, with a high–tech cluster of
international renown. Over 260 companies are expected to participate in
three different fairs on 2009: IKOM, IKOM Life Science, and IKOM Bau.
The first caters to a general range of industrial branches, and in 2008 the
number of visitors exceeded 10 000 students. The second focuses on
biomedical, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical firms. The third concen-
trates on the fields of architecture and civil engineering. The IKOM is a
non–profit organization founded in 1989, currently formed by an organi-
zing team of over 100 students.
The Career Fair of the
Technische Universität München
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The IKOM is the largest career fair in southern Germany and is located
in Munich – a metropolis steeped in tradition, with a high–tech cluster of
international renown. Over 260 companies are expected to participate in
three different fairs on 2009: IKOM, IKOM Life Science, and IKOM Bau.
The first caters to a general range of industrial branches, and in 2008 the
number of visitors exceeded 10 000 students. The second focuses on
biomedical, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical firms. The third concen-
trates on the fields of architecture and civil engineering. The IKOM is a
non–profit organization founded in 1989, currently formed by an organi-
zing team of over 100 students.
The Career Fair of the
Technische Universität München
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For further information please visit our website.
www.ikom.tum.de
We would be glad to answer any further questions.
international@ikom.tum.de
Location
Date
IKOM
Campus
Garching
23. - 25.06.2009
IKOM Life Science
Campus
Weihenstephan
06.05.2009
IKOM Bau
Campus
City Center
20.01.2010
ECF–IKOM Alliance
The European Career Fair (ECF) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the IKOM of
the Technische Universität München recognize the value of establishing a collaborative
relationship to foster the intercontinental scientific and entrepreneurial connection. The ECF
and the IKOM started a partnership in 2008 to support each other and to create synergies that
will benefit students seeking jobs, internships, and research opportunities.
Upcoming Fairs
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Susan Hockfield, President

77 Massachusetts Avenue, Building 3-208
Cambridge, MA 02139-4307
Phone 617-253-0148






January 24, 2009

Dear Participant:

Welcome to the thirteenth annual European Career Fair. On behalf of MIT, I am
pleased to offer our hospitality and support to the visiting companies and attendees.

The professional excellence and global outlook of the numerous universities and com-
panies located in Boston and Cambridge attract the best and brightest students in all
fields of study, and this talent base is a valuable resource in tackling some of the most
critical global issues. Problems like climate change, poverty, and financial instability
are global concerns that require global solutions and action. Within this context, the
free flow of our best scientists and top professionals assumes particular significance,
as it enables cooperative efforts to emerge across different nations and organizations.

The European Career Fair provides an organizational framework that facilitates such
synergistic, collaborative efforts to emerge across two continents. I am pleased that
you have joined us, and I wish you much success in achieving your goals at the
European Career Fair.

Sincerely,


Susan Hockfield

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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CAMBRIDGE CITY HALL, 795 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE
CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS 02139
PHONE (617) 349-4321
FAX (617) 349-4320
TTY/TDD (617) 349-4242

January 24, 2009
Dear Participants:
On behalf of the Cambridge City Council, I would like to welcome you to the 13
th
Annual
European Career Fair at M.I.T.
As home to a number of institutions of higher learning that have established a global reputation
for their quality education and cutting edge research, Cambridge has a well-deserved status as a
global hub for recruitment. The European Career Fair, which is an opportunity to bring recruiters
to Cambridge, is also a testament to the strong economic ties that our city and nation share with
countries of the European Union.
Cambridge is proud to be hosting this important event and while you are in Cambridge, I
encourage you to visit its many attractions.
Sincerely,
Mayor E. Denise Simmons
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Consulate of Switzerland, swissnex Boston, 420 Broadway Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone: 617-876-3076; Fax: 617-876-3079; www.swissnexBoston.org




Cambridge, January 8, 2009


Dear Participants,

The swissnex Boston/ the Consulate of Switzerland, a private-public
partnership dedicated to facilitate collaboration in science, research
and innovation, would like to thank the MIT European Club for
organizing this event.

In keeping with our mission to act as a transatlantic networking
platform for science and technology talents, we support the organizers
to bring European employers and highly-qualified individuals interested
in a career in Europe together. The increasing sophistication, scale,
and diversity of scientific research are reflected in the growing
importance of international cooperation and contribution. We are
grateful about the opportunity this offers to Swiss companies and
institutions.

The significance of the exchange of resources between the United
States and Europe, in form of science and technology talent,
knowledge, and ideas, also referred to as brain circulation, cannot be
stressed enough and we are a proud partner of this year´s organization
committee. Please keep in touch and join our numerous events at
www.swissnexboston.org.

Sincerely,


Pascal Marmier
Consul General and Director



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Participating companies
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
ABB
Energy & Utility, Engineering
ABB is a global leader in automation technolo-
gies. Power Products, Power Systems, Automation
Products, Process Automation and Robotics allow
improved performance whilst lowering environ-
mental impact.
Worldwide
120000
50
100
100
open to all nationalities
Patricia Schmutz-Nef
ABB Headquarters
ABB Asea Brown Boveri Ltd.
Afolternstrasse 44
CH-8050 Zurich
Switzerland
+41 43 317 6312
+41 43 317 6314
patricia.schmutz-nef@ch.abb.com
http://www.abb.com
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Employer profle
Field of business
Focus
Locations
Number of employees
Internships ofered
Graduate level (PhD)
openings
Entry level positions
Preferred nationality

Contact information
Name
Address
Telephone
Fax
E-mail
Website
Connect emission-free power to the grid?
Naturally.
ABB is helping construct the world’s largest offshore wind farm.
Using our eco-friendly transmission technology, this 400-megawatt
plant is expected to avoid 1.5 million tons of CO
2
emissions
per year and improve the reliability of the power grid. It’s just one of
the ways that we, as the biggest supplier of electrical products
and services for the wind industry, can use renewable power sources
to help combat climate change. www.abb.com/energyefficiency
Anz_WindMills_MIT_152x216_ZS_e_sw.indd 1 8.1.2009 16:27:46 Uhr
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
AkzoNobel
Engineering
Coatings; Chemistry; Process Technology;
(Chemical) Engineering; Materials;
Electrical Engineering
Present in 80 countries
68000
China; Netherlands; United Kingdom;
United States
25
50
50
Marieke Spee
Velperweg 76
6800 SB Arnhem
The Netherlands
0031-26 366 1347
0031-26 366 5958
marieke.spee@akzonobel.com
http://www.akzonobel.com
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Employer profle
Field of business
Focus
Locations
Number of employees
Recruiting profle
Countries with openings
Internships ofered
Graduate level (PhD)
openings
Entry level positions
Contact information
Name
Address
Telephone
Fax
E-mail
Website
Are you ready to add color
to your life?
One out of every three aircraft is painted
with our coatings. They can withstand
sudden temperature variations from
minus 60 to plus 40 degrees centigrade.
They also weigh less. These technological
advantages have made us a world leader
in aerospace coatings. Coatings is just
one of the many activities of AkzoNobel,
an international and multicultural
company with leading positions in paints,
coatings and specialty chemicals.
Want to know more? www.akzonobel.nl
We’ve added
lots of colors
to the sky
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Allianz SE
Finance / Accounting, Insurance
Allianz SE ofers opportunities in a range of areas:
strategy across all regions & business lines, risk
mgmt, investment mgmt, actuarial, fnancial
reporting & controlling, marketing, audit, IT, etc.
Munich (global headquarters)
1000
Germany
50
15
10
20
Internship/work experience in fnancial and
insurance industry OR experience in functional
area of interest
Karolina Karr (Head of HR Marketing & Recruiting)
Koeniginstr. 28
80802 Munich
Germany
karolina.karr@allianz.com
http://www.allianz-holding.jobs
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Employer profle
Field of business
Focus
Locations
Number of employees
Recruiting profle
Countries with openings
Internships ofered
Graduate level (PhD)
openings
Entry level positions
Senior/executive level
positions
Additional job
qualifcations

Contact information
Name
Address
E-mail
Website
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Allianz SE. Opportunities from A–Z
www.allianz-holding.jobs
Big projects need
big partners.
I NS UR ANC E | AS S E T MANAGE ME NT | B ANK I NG
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Alstom
Aerospace, Energy & Utility, Engineering,
Transport/ Logistics
Global
60000
Switzerland
Gina Hachey
ALSTOM
1440 West Indiantown Road
Jupiter, FL 33458
USA
561 354 1157
561 354 1185
gina.hachey@power.alstom.com
http://www.alstom.com
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Employer profle
Field of business
Locations
Number of employees
Recruiting profle
Countries with openings
Contact information
Name
Address
Telephone
Fax
E-mail
Website
Shaping the
future today?
Yes, your ideas and our technologies can contribute to
economic, social and environmental progress. Through
the development of advanced public transport and cleaner
electric power production, 65,000 Alstom employees in
over 70 countries are helping to address some of the key
issues that face this planet today. If you are looking for a
world of economic, social and environmental change,
look no further. As a leading global player in energy and
transport infrastructures we suggest it's time to act and
think of the future. Your future.
www.careers.alstom.com
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Areva
Engineering
Open to all talents
For AREVA, the diversity of people and profles
with complimentary skills, are key to the group’s
success. They are the men and women, working
towards common objectives, who are the drivers
of the group’s performance.
At the cutting edge of technology
Keeping ahead with technological advances in a
dynamic and evolving environment are vital to
the group. In a continuous improvement
approach, the people of AREVA research and
develop innovative solutions for our customers.
industrially in 43 countries and commercially in
more than 100 countries
72000
China; France; Germany; India; United States
Sophie Aguera
33 Rue La Fayette
75 442 Paris CEDEX 09
France
00 33 1 34 96 11 39
sophie.aguera@areva.com
http://www.areva.com
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Employer profle
Field of business
Focus
Locations
Number of employees
Recruiting profle
Countries with openings

Contact information
Name
Address
Telephone

E-mail
Website
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Audi
Automotive
All business units
Ingolstadt (headquarters) and Neckarsulm,
Germany
57000
Germany; United States
800
Demand oriented recruitment
All nationalities
Exceptional university degrees, international
internships, non-study related engagement
AUDI AG
Human Resources Department
D-85045 Ingolstadt
Germany
+49 841 8931364
karriere@audi.de
http://www.audi.de
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Employer profle
Field of business
Focus
Locations
Number of employees
Recruiting profle
Countries with openings
Internships ofered
Entry level positions
Preferred nationality
Additional job
qualifcations

Contact information
Name
Address
Telephone

E-mail
Website
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Vorsprung durch Technik www.audi.de
My future with Audi. Staff wanted!
Audi. A company driven by the power of innovation and the spirit of invention.
We are looking for people who have the passion for the brand and commitment
to the team to bring Vorsprung durch Technik to life.
Find out more at www.audi.de/karriere
Welcome to Audi!
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
BASF
Chem./Pharma/Biotech
Crop Protection, Polymers, Chemicals, Perfor-
mance Chemicals, Coatings, Biotechnology, Plant
Biotechnology, Fine Chemicals
BASF SE: Germany; BASF Group: worldwide
95000
Germany
100
100
No preference
excellent personal and professional skills
At the MIT Career Fair: Dr. Barbara Jessel
BASF SE GOH - B1
67056 Ludwigshafen
Germany
+49 621 60 43113
+ 49 621 60 48990
barbara.jessel@basf.com
http://www.basf.com
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Employer profle
Field of business
Focus
Locations
Number of employees
Recruiting profle
Countries with openings
Internships ofered
Graduate level (PhD)
openings
Preferred nationality
Additional job
qualifcations

Contact information
Name
Address
Telephone
Fax
E-mail
Website
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Do your talents lie in the field of research, development, production
& engineering or are your specialties logistics, finance, marketing &
sales? Do you have a pioneering spirit, expertise and a passion for new
challenges? Then this is your chance and you are just the person we
are looking for. As a reliable partner for our customers, we help them
to be more successful by providing intelligent system solutions and
high quality products. To do so we set up the best team for each new
task: Discover new shores by working for the world’s leading chemical
company: The Chemical Company.
www.basf.de/careers
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Interviews only,
no booth at fair
Boston Consulting Group
Management Consulting
strategy consulting
66 worldwide ofces
7200
Argentina; Australia; Austria; Belgium; Brazil;
Canada; Chile; China; Czech Republic; Denmark;
Finland; France; Germany; Greece; Hong Kong;
Hungary; India; Indonesia; Italy; Japan; Korea;
Republic of; Malaysia; Mexico; Netherlands; New
Zealand; Norway; Poland; Portugal; Russian
Federation; Singapore; Spain; Sweden; Switzer-
land; Taiwan; Thailand; Ukraine; United Arab
Emirates; United Kingdom; United States
work authorization may be required for some
countries
Lisa G. Lyons, International Recruiting Manager
The Boston Consulting Group
Exchange Place, 31st Flr.
Boston, MA 02109
USA
617.973.6042
617.073.6055
european.recruiting@bcg.com
http://www.bcg.com
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Employer profle
Field of business
Focus
Locations
Number of employees
Recruiting profle
Countries with openings
Preferred nationality

Contact information
Name
Address
Telephone
Fax
E-mail
Website
THE COMPLEXITY OF A PROBLEM
DISAPPEARS IN THE
SIMPLICITY OF THE SOLUTION.
BCG is an equal opportunity employer.
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Bürkert
Engineering
35 worldwide, headquarter: Ingelfngen,
Germany
2000
Australia; Austria; Belgium; Brazil; Canada; China;
Denmark; Finland; France; Germany; Hong Kong;
India; Italy; Japan; Netherlands; New Zealand;
Norway; Singapore; South Africa; Spain; Sweden;
Switzerland; Taiwan; Turkey; United Kingdom;
United States
20
30
80
Katja Ebert
Bürkert Fluid Control Systems
Personalmanagement
Katja Ebert
Christian-Bürkert-Straße 13-17
D - 74653 Ingelfngen
Germany
0049/7940/10-91212
0049/7940/10-91534
katja.ebert@buerkert.com
http://www.burkert.com
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Employer profle
Field of business
Locations
Number of employees
Recruiting profle
Countries with openings
Internships ofered
Graduate level (PhD)
openings
Entry level positions
Contact information
Name
Address
Telephone
Fax
E-mail
Website
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Bürkert is one of the world’s leading
companies for measurement, control
and regulation technology.
Our 1,900 employees in 35 countries
are constantly engineering systems
and solutions in response to the dyna -
mic and exciting challenges
presented by water, steam, gases and
other media. We combine
experience and closeness to your way
of thinking with the courage to walk
the extra mile; it is this balance that
leads to our success.
If you find this world as fascinating as
we do, we know someone who would
like to get to know you better:
Our Human Resources Management
Team.
Call us at: +49 (0) 7940-100
or visit us at www.burkert.com
Isn’t our job
fascinating?
Bürkert Fluid Control Systems
Personalmanagement
Christian-Bürkert-Straße 13-17
74653 Ingelfingen
Telefon 07940/10-0
www.burkert.com
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Continental AG
Automotive sector, machine manufacturing,
mining, furniture and printing industries
approx. 130
85000
Austria; Belgium; Brazil; Chile; China; Czech
Republic; France; Germany; Greece; Hungary;
India; Japan; Korea; Republic of; Malaysia; Mexico;
Philippines; Poland; Portugal; Romania; Slovakia
(Slovak Republic)
900
800
1000
All nationalities welcome
Amanda Powell
Continental Tire
1800 Continental Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28273
USA
Amanda.Powell@conti-na.com
http://www.conti-online.com
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Employer profle
Focus
Locations
Number of employees
Recruiting profle
Countries with openings
Internships ofered
Graduate level (PhD)
openings
Entry level positions
Preferred nationality

Contact information
Name
Address
E-mail
Website
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Deutsche Bahn
Transport/ Logistics
Germany (and worldwide)
240000
Germany
100
300
Sonja Ostermann
DB Mobility Logistics AG
Corporate Recruiting
Lennéstraße 5
10785 Berlin
Germany
+49 30 297 60118
+49 30 297 60160
sonja.ostermann@bahn.de
http://www.db.de
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Employer profle
Field of business
Locations
Number of employees
Recruiting profle
Countries with openings
Internships ofered
Entry level positions

Contact information
Name
Address
Telephone
Fax
E-mail
Website
Torsten Schnaase,
Teilnehmer des Programms TRAIN Tec,
Transport und Logistik
„ Mit der DB bin ich während meines gesamten Studiums immer gut
gefahren: Erst ein technisches Grundpraktikum vor Studienbeginn,
dann ein Praktikum mit speziellem Schwerpunkt nach dem 4. Semester.
Zurzeit absolviere ich das Einstiegsprogramm TRAIN Tec, das mich
gezielt auf meine zukünftige Karriere vorbereitet. Es bietet mir beste
Aussichten für mein berufliches Weiterkommen.“
Mehr zu unseren ingenieurwissenschaftlichen Studiengängen, Ansprech-
partnern und zur Bewerbung erfahren Sie unter www.db.de/karriere.

DB. Zukunft bewegen.
„Mit der DB habe ich bereits während
des Studiums die richtige Technik für
meine Karriere angewendet.“
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Deutsche Post World Net
Inhouse Consulting
Management Consulting, Transport/ Logistics
Strategy, General Management, Supply Chain and
Logistics
Bonn, Germany ; Plantation, FL and Singapore
150
Germany; Singapore; United States
4
10
10
excellent quantitiative, academic and communi-
cation skills, high GPA, previous management
consulting experience is a plus
IC Recruitment
Jeane Hah-Garnett
1200 S. Pine Island Road
Suite 210
Plantation, FL 33324
USA
954-888-7000
954-424-7763
ic.recruiting@dhl.com
http://www.ic.dpwn.com
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Field of business
Focus
Locations
Number of employees
Recruiting profle
Countries with openings
Internships ofered
Graduate level (PhD)
openings
Entry level positions
Additional job
qualifcations

Contact information
Name
Address
Telephone
Fax
E-mail
Website
Inhouse Consulting is the internal top management consultancy of Deutsche Post World Net, the No. 1 international
logistics group. With an ambitious and highly motivated team of more than 120 consultants, we work at the heart of
the Group - globally - developing high-impact strategies for the important business challenges of today and tomorrow.
Inhouse Consulting serves the top executives across all business divisions and plays a key role in enhancing the value
of Deutsche Post World Net.
As our successful growth continues, our teams in Germany (Bonn), in the USA (Plantation, Florida) and in Singapore
are seeking graduates and professionals on junior and senior levels to join us as:
Management Consultants (m/f)
Your work involves strategic consulting, developing new business and product strategies as well as guiding high-impact
integration and optimization efforts. You will take on responsibilities quickly, with full exposure to the top management.
At the same time, you will build up your own personal network and gain professional experience together with skilled
and motivated colleagues. Our strong focus on teamwork and diversity, our great career perspectives as well as the
fast-changing environment we work in will benefit you.
You, as a successful candidate, offer outstanding academic records. Fluency in spoken and written English is essential,
along with experience gained in the international arena. Good analytical and problem-solving skills, team spirit and
an open mind are attributes necessary to your success.
For more information or to apply, please see our website at www.ic.dpwn.com or contact our recruiting specialist:
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Jeane Hah-Garnett, 1200 S Pine Island Road Suite 210, Plantation, FL., 33324
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Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
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Natural sciences
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Aerospace
EADS is a global leader in aerospace, defence and
related services. In 2007, EADS generated
revenues of € 39.1 billion and employed a
workforce of about 116,000 people. The Group
includes the aircraft manufacturer Airbus, the
world’s largest helicopter su
More than 70 production sites, above all in
France, Germany, Great Britain and Spain as well
as in the U.S., China, India...
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France; Germany; Spain; United Kingdom
5000
We look for talents all over the world! EADS
already counts more than 15 nationalities among
its employees worldwide.
language skills, fexibility, mobility
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www.jobs.eads.com
http://www.eads.com
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EADS is a global leader in aerospace, defence and related services. The Group includes
the aircraft manufacturer Airbus, the world's largest helicopter supplier Eurocopter
and EADS Astrium, the European leader in space programmes from Ariane to
Galileo. EADS is the major partner in the Eurofighter consortium, develops the
A400M military transport aircraft, and holds a stake in the joint venture MBDA, the
international leader in missile systems.
www.jobs.eads.com
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Business/economics
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Finmeccanica
Aerospace
Wide range of areas in the Aeronautics, Space,
Helicopters, Defence Electronics, Defence
Systems and other non-A&D high technology
sectors
Worldwide, with a strong presence in Italy, USA,
UK and France.
73000
United States
Candidates of all Nationalities are welcome
Profciency in the English language; if English is
mother tongue, a high level of competency in a
second language.
Human Resources
Finmeccanica S.p.A.
Piazza Monte Grappa, 4
00195 Rome
Italy
0039.06.32473.1
HR@fnmeccanica.com
http://www.fnmeccanica.com
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65
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GMV Aerospace and
Defence, S.A.
España: Madrid, Valladolid, Sevilla, Barcelona,
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USA: Rockville
Portugal: Lisboa
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MADRID - HEADQUARTER
Isaac Newton 11 P.T.M. Tres Cantos
28760 Madrid
Spain
+34 91 807 21 00
+34 91 807 21 99
jobs@gmv.com
http://www.gmv.com
GMV SPACE SYSTEMS Inc.
1375 Piccard Dr. Suite 250
Rockville MD - 20850
USA
+1 (301) 216 3840
+1 (240) 403 0186
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1000 BV Amsterdam
The Netherlands
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+31205760043
kimberly.karrer@mail.ing.nl
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Aerospace
Passenger airline, logistics, maintenance repair
and overhaul, catering, IT services
Worldwide; Lufthansa Group headquarter in
Frankfurt am Main, Germany; Lufthansa Technik
AG in Hamburg, Germany
108000
Germany
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tion skills, social competence, team players. EU
work permit preferred.
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job opportunities with Lufthansa on
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71
Be ambitious
The Aviation Group
Be- .com
The Aviation Group’s job and career portal
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Interviews only,
no booth at fair
Michelin
Tire and mobility
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United States
150
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place des carmes
63000 Clermont Ferrand
France
011 (33) 4 73 32 2000
pierre.cordina@fr.michelin.com
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73
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Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Munich Reinsurance Co.
Insurance
Risk is our business: Among other things, we
reinsure the risks connected with oil rigs,
satellites and natural catastrophes, and those
arising from the use of genetic engineering and
information technology or from the management
of companies. With approximately 44,000
employees at more than 50 locations, we have
become the world’s leading risk carrier and
fnancial services provider.
We have branches and ofces all over the world
in more than 50 locations. Our headquarter is
located in Munich, Germany.
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Willingness to acquire a working knowledge of
German.
Koeniginstraße 107
80802 Munich
Germany
http://www.munichre.com/en
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75
MUNICH RE. SHAPING THE FUTURE TOGETHER.
Graduate trainee programme in reinsurance
for economists, (business) mathematicians, lawyers, industrial engineers (m/f)
YOUR PROFILE: You will require an excellent
degree, ideally rounded out by practical ex-
perience in the insurance/financial services
sector or in areas of accounting, controlling
or investments. You have already gathered
your first international experience. You enjoy
in-depth work on complex topics. Your com-
mand of English is excellent. You have or are
willing to acquire a working knowledge of
German and ideally speak another foreign
language. Your communicating and analytical
skills, and empathy, are strengths. You are
able to transfer your knowledge to new
situations quickly.
YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES: In our graduate
trainee programme with its focus on risk
underwriting, you spend 18 months preparing
your personal foundation for working in the
exciting and widely varied core business of
Munich Re. Or you may use your talent in
individual graduate trainee positions in ac-
counting, controlling or investments. Training
on the job, training periods in interfacing
areas and seminars allow you to develop your
professional, social and methodological skills
and build up personal networks in the com-
pany. During several weeks spent abroad, you
also enhance your intercultural skills.
OUR COMMON BENEFITS: With about 10,000
employees in more than 50 locations around
the world, Munich Re is the world's leading
risk carrier in the field of reinsurance. Whether
it be information technology, genetic engin-
eering, space travel, machinery construction
or the FIFA World Cup, there is virtually no
area of the economy or daily life in which we
are not actively involved. Clients put their
trust in our financial strength and the compet-
ence of our staff. Excellent opportunities are
available here to help you realise your full
personal potential. You will find information
about our graduate trainee programme and
for our selection procedure at our career
pages under www.munichre.com/trainee.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Please use our online application form.
Münchener Rückversicherungs-Gesellschaft
Human Resources, Königinstrasse 107
80802 München, Germany
Further information: www.munichre.com
M
Münchener Rück
Munich Re Group
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Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Naturejobs
Advertising / Media / Publishing, Chem./Pharma/
Biotech
Nature, the international weekly journal of
science, brings you Naturejobs: the worldwide
career resource for scientists. Search over 5,000
vacancies online and post your own vacancies for
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The Macmillan Building
4 Crinan Street
London N1 9XW
UK
+44 (0)20 7833 4000
+44 (0)20 7843 4640
naturejobs@nature.com
http://www.naturejobs.com
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Focus
Locations
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Address
Telephone
Fax
E-mail
Website
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Nestlé
Consumer Goods, Food / Beverages
Nestlé has a long history of successful innovation,
beginning in 1867, when Henri Nestlé founded
this company with the world’s frst infant formula.
Today, Nestlé Research drives innovation across
the entire Nestlé Food and Beverage Business
portfolio.
The Nestlé Research Center (NRC), located in
Switzerland, is the world’s largest private facility
for food and nutrition research with a long-stand-
ing reputation for scientifc excellence. The source
of fundamental scientifc knowledge within
Nestlé, NRC
Switzerland
30
20
5
No preference
-Phd in a related scientifc feld
-Developped scientifc insight coupled with
business acumen / the ability to represent
themselves in an industrial environment
-Project Management skills
-Ability to impact and convince others, excellent
communication
Mr. Cédric Schurter
Human Resources Coordinator
Nestlé Research Center
Nestec Ltd.
Vers-Chez-Les-Blanc
P:O. Box 44
1000 Lausanne 26
Switzerland
www.careers.nestle.com
http://www.research.nestle.com/
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Website
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Novartis
Autoimmunity & Transplantation, Cardiovascular,
Diabetes & Metabolism, Gastrointestinal,
Infectious Diseases, Musculoskeletal Diseases,
Neuroscience, Oncology, Ophthalmology,
Respiratory Diseases
Novartis operates in 140 countries
100000
Please direct inquires to European.CareerFair@
Novartis.com
European.CareerFair@Novartis.com
http://www.novartis.com
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Start your future right here.
Right now.
A global healthcare leader, Novartis has one of the most
exciting product pipelines in the industry today. A pipeline
of innovative medicines brought to life by diverse, talented,
performance driven people. All of which makes us one of
the most rewarding employers in our field.
Fortune Magazine, one of the world’s leading financial pub-
lications, has ranked Novartis as the No. 2 pharmaceutical
sector leader in the “World’s Most Admired Companies”
ranking. Additionally, Novartis is one of Science’s 2008 Top
Biopharma Employers, as well as ranked in the top 50 for
diversity in a survey conducted by DiversityInc. All Novartis
associates can take pride in this recognition. You can too:
Start your future right here. Right now.
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Novo Nordisk
Chem./Pharma/Biotech, Engineering, Finance /
Accounting, IT / IT Services, Market Research,
Other Industries
Diabetes care; haemostasis management, growth
hormone therapy, hormone replacement therapy
Novo Nordisk global headquarters is located in
Denmark, and we have regional ofces in
Switzerland and the US. Our production sites are
located in the US, Denmark, France, Brazil, Japan
and China.
27000
Denmark
35
35
All
Drive for result, learning agility, leadership talent
Kent Møller
Novo Nordisk a/s
Krogshøjvej 29
DK-2880 Bagsværd
Denmark
+45 4444 8888
krml@novonordisk.com
http://www.novonordisk.com
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Where your talents benefit you,
and millions of others
At Novo Nordisk, we are working
toward a future where everyone's
potential can be fulfilled. What about
yours? Right now, we are looking for
outstanding candidates to join our 7
Graduate Programmes. This is your
opportunity to dream big, realise your
potential and help defeat diabetes
worldwide.
7 International
Graduate Programmes
Graduate Programmes are available
within Global Finance, Global
Marketing, Supply Chain, Business IT,
Research & Development, Business
Processes and Pharma Management
Education. Most programmes are
based in Denmark and Switzerland
with rotations abroad. All programmes
start 1 September, 2009.
A chance to explore your talent
Are you ready to discover just how far
your talents can take you by working
on international projects, taking on
real responsibility and gaining hands-
on experience in a world-class, inten-
sive learning environment?
Read more about our Graduate
Programmes at novonordisk.com/
graduates. Deadline for application is
12 February, 2009.
www.novonordisk.com/graduates
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Optiver
Finance / Accounting, IT / IT Services
Highly-automated electronic market making and
arbitrage activities in a wide variety of products
including derivatives, stocks and bonds.
Amsterdam, Chicago and Sydney
500
Australia; Namibia; The Netherlands; United
States
30
30
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Excellent numeric and analytical skills;
A strong afnity for fnance and fnancial markets
and a ‘numbers-orientated’ character;
The ability to interpret data, solve problems and
make decisions under pressure;
An eye for accuracy and attention to detail;
A competitive attitude and the ability to cope
with considerable responsibility.
Sanneke Franken
Optiver
Strawinskylaan 3095
1077 ZX Amsterdam
The Netherlands
+31 20 5787 000
+31 20 5787 001
sannekefranken@optiver.com
http://www.optiver.com
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Optiver is recruiting for the Amsterdam Offce
Do you have what it takes
to be a trader at Optiver?
Find out in 8 minutes iF you
Are up to the chAllenge.
think you have what it takes?
We do not require prior trading experience, but all
prospective traders have to pass our 8 minute
numerical test.
test date and location
Saturday, January 24th 2009 - Career Fair Day
Optiver Exhibition booth
Johnson Track, MIT Sports Center, 2nd foor
Visit www.optiver.com for a complete job description.
Optiver, a leading international proprietary trading frm located in Chicago,
Sydney and Amsterdam, is recruiting traders. Ideal candidates will come
from an analytically related feld of study such as Engineering, Finance,
Mathematics, and the Computer Sciences.
Questions? email recruitment@optiver.com
Optiver_CareerFairDay.indd 1 08-01-2009 15:26:13
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Optiver is recruiting for the Amsterdam Offce
Do you have what it takes
to be a trader at Optiver?
Find out in 8 minutes iF you
Are up to the chAllenge.
think you have what it takes?
We do not require prior trading experience, but all
prospective traders have to pass our 8 minute
numerical test.
test date and location
Saturday, January 24th 2009 - Career Fair Day
Optiver Exhibition booth
Johnson Track, MIT Sports Center, 2nd foor
Visit www.optiver.com for a complete job description.
Optiver, a leading international proprietary trading frm located in Chicago,
Sydney and Amsterdam, is recruiting traders. Ideal candidates will come
from an analytically related feld of study such as Engineering, Finance,
Mathematics, and the Computer Sciences.
Questions? email recruitment@optiver.com
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Osram Opto
Semiconductor
Engineering
Physics, Materials, Chemistry, Electrical Engineer-
ing, Microelectronics
Regensburg/Germany; Penang/Malaysia;Santa
Clara, CA/USA
4000
Malaysia
10
10
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Gerald Froidl
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH
Leibnisstrasse 4
93055 Regensburg
Germany
0049/941-8501241
0049/941-8504441241
gerald.froidl@osram-os.com
http://www.osram-os.com
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Where lighting knows no
boundaries!
OSRAM
Opto Semiconductors is one
of the three largest manu-
facturers of optoelectronic
semiconductors worldwide.
With pioneer-breaking
market and customer-
oriented solutions in
lighting, visualization and
sensors – from LEDs
and intelligent displays to
high power lasers – we
set the standards for new
technology.
We offer our associates a
wide range of opportunities
that will allow them to
unfold and further develop
their professional compe-
tencies as members of an
international team. As a
global player, we also have
locations in the USA and
Malaysia. By consistently
exploring new markets and
business sectors, we secure
the dynamic growth of
our business – even into
the future.
In which light do you see
your future?
www.osram-os.com
Bright minds wanted –
minds with a passion for innovative
light solutions.
If you have a degree in:
– Physics
– Electrical engineering
– Chemistry
– Microsystems technology
– Mechanical engineering
– Precision engineering
– Materials science
– Industrial engineering
We would like to offer you:
the ideal fundamentals to jump start your career! Whether you come on board as
an intern, a graduate or an experienced professional – you tell us what you can do
– and we will offer you a career path with shining horizons.
For detailed information and to locate the job reference numbers for each position,
please visit our website at: www.osram-os.com
Have we sparked your interest? Then we invite you to apply online today at
www.osram-os.com/careers
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Where lighting knows no
boundaries!
OSRAM
Opto Semiconductors is one
of the three largest manu-
facturers of optoelectronic
semiconductors worldwide.
With pioneer-breaking
market and customer-
oriented solutions in
lighting, visualization and
sensors – from LEDs
and intelligent displays to
high power lasers – we
set the standards for new
technology.
We offer our associates a
wide range of opportunities
that will allow them to
unfold and further develop
their professional compe-
tencies as members of an
international team. As a
global player, we also have
locations in the USA and
Malaysia. By consistently
exploring new markets and
business sectors, we secure
the dynamic growth of
our business – even into
the future.
In which light do you see
your future?
www.osram-os.com
Bright minds wanted –
minds with a passion for innovative
light solutions.
If you have a degree in:
– Physics
– Electrical engineering
– Chemistry
– Microsystems technology
– Mechanical engineering
– Precision engineering
– Materials science
– Industrial engineering
We would like to offer you:
the ideal fundamentals to jump start your career! Whether you come on board as
an intern, a graduate or an experienced professional – you tell us what you can do
– and we will offer you a career path with shining horizons.
For detailed information and to locate the job reference numbers for each position,
please visit our website at: www.osram-os.com
Have we sparked your interest? Then we invite you to apply online today at
www.osram-os.com/careers
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Philips
Chem./Pharma/Biotech, Consumer Goods
Healthcare, Lighting, Consumer Lifestyle
Globally
128000
http://www.philips.com
Interviews only,
no booth at fair
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Founded in 1891 and headquart ered in Amst erdam, The Net herlands, we’re one of t he largest
global diversified indust rial company wit h sales in 2007 of 27 billion EUR. Globally present
wit h manufact uring sit es in 28 count ries and sales out let s in 150 count ries we have a
mult inat ional workforce of 128,000 employees ( Oct . 2008) . We’re a market leader in cardiac
care, acut e care and home healt hcare, energy efficient light ing solut ions and new light ing
applicat ions, as well as lifest yle product s for personal well- being and pleasure.To fuel our
innovat ion pipeline we spend each year + 1. 6 Billion EUR in R&D.
Our :
Mi ssi on “ I mprove t he qualit y of people’s lives t hrough t imely int roduct ion of meaningful
innovat ions.”
Vi si on I n a world where complexit y increasingly t ouches every aspect of our daily
lives, we will lead in bringing sense and simplicit y t o people.
o Delight cust omers Val ues
o Deliver great result s
o Develop people
o Depend on each ot her
Br and
Pr om i se
We empower people t o benefit from innovat ion by delivering on our brand
promise of “ sense and simplicit y” . This brand promise encapsulat es our
commit ment t o deliver solut ions t hat are advanced, easy t o use, and designed
around t he needs of all our users.
Busi nesses Heal t hcar e: We simplify healt hcare by focusing on t he people in t he care
cycle, pat ient s and care providers. Through combining human insight s and
clinical expert ise, Philips aim t o improve pat ient out comes while lowering t he
burden on t he healt hcare syst em. Philips Healt hcare employs approximat ely
35, 000 people worldwide.
Li ght i ng: As t he world’s leader in Light ing, Philips is driving t he swit ch t o
energy- efficient solut ions. Philips provides advanced energy- efficient solut ions
for all segment s: road light ing, office & indust rial, hospit alit y and home. Philips
is also a leader in shaping t he fut ure wit h excit ing new light ing applicat ions and
t echnologies such as LED t echnology, which, besides energy efficiency,
provides at t ract ive benefit s and endless new light ing solut ions. Philips Light ing
employs approximat ely 59, 000 people worldwide.
Consum er Li f est y l e: Philips Consumer Lifest yle offers rich, new consumer
experiences t hat meet consumers’ desire for relaxat ion and improving t heir
st at e of mind. Philips also responds t o t he consumer' s desire for wellness and
pleasure by int roducing product s t hat meet t he individual’s int erest s in t erms of
t heir body and appearance. Philips Consumer Lifest yle employs approximat ely
20, 000 people worldwide.
Cor por at e Technol ogi es: Philips Research, Philips Corporat e Technologies
and Philips Design have a st rong hist ory in cont ribut ing t o t he innovat ion and
t he development of new market s. Building on t he result ing compet encies,
Philips current ly holds around 60, 000 regist ered pat ent s, 29, 000 regist ered
t rademarks, 43, 000 design right s and 2, 000 domain names.
To learn more check out www. philips. com
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Procter & Gamble
Chem./Pharma/Biotech, Consumer Goods,
Engineering
Science and Engineering in diferent product
categories
Global organization, focus on jobs in Europe
140000
Belgium; Czech Republic; Egypt; Germany; Italy;
United Kingdom
65
50
not specifed, we generally prefer people to start
in their home region
we look also for qualities such as creativity,
leadership, innovation, teamwork, communica-
tion .....
Diane Op de Beeck
Procter & Gamble Eurocor NV
Temselaan 100
1853 Strombeek-Bever
Belgium
Europe
+32 2 456 23 11
+32 2 568 30 90
opdebeeck.d@pg.com
http://www.pgcareers.com or www.pg.com
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Are you looking for a challenging
opportunity in Europe in
- Re s e a r c h & De ve l opme nt or Re s e a r c h & De ve l opme nt or Re s e a r c h & De ve l opme nt or Re s e a r c h & De ve l opme nt or
- Engi ne e r i ng ? Engi ne e r i ng ? Engi ne e r i ng ? Engi ne e r i ng ?

P&G representatives are at the fair to
talk to you. Come and see us, we have
several options in these areas :
- seminars,
- internships,
- full-time opportunities.
Are you looking for a challenging
opportunity in Europe in
- Re s e a r c h & De ve l opme nt or Re s e a r c h & De ve l opme nt or Re s e a r c h & De ve l opme nt or Re s e a r c h & De ve l opme nt or
- Engi ne e r i ng ? Engi ne e r i ng ? Engi ne e r i ng ? Engi ne e r i ng ?

P&G representatives are at the fair to
talk to you. Come and see us, we have
several options in these areas :
- seminars,
- internships,
- full-time opportunities.
Are you looking for a challenging
opportunity in Europe in
- Re s e a r c h & De ve l opme nt or Re s e a r c h & De ve l opme nt or Re s e a r c h & De ve l opme nt or Re s e a r c h & De ve l opme nt or
- Engi ne e r i ng ? Engi ne e r i ng ? Engi ne e r i ng ? Engi ne e r i ng ?

P&G representatives are at the fair to
talk to you. Come and see us, we have
several options in these areas :
- seminars,
- internships,
- full-time opportunities.
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Interviews only,
no booth at fair
Q-Cells AG
Energy & Utility
Photovoltaics
Solar Valley Thalheim (Saxony-Anhalt/Germany)
Selangor (Malaysia)
Sales Ofces in Hongkong, Hangzhou, Tokio
2400
Germany
Karsten Klug
OT Thalheim
Guardianstr. 16
06766 - Bitterfeld-Wolfen
Germany
(+49) 3494 - 6699 - 0
jobs@q-cells.com
http://www.q-cells.com
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Natural sciences
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SAFRAN
Aerospace
Safran is an international high-technology group
specialized in aerospace propulsion, aircraft
equipment, defense & security. With more than
100 companies it holds, alone or in partnership,
global or European leadership positions.
Locations in France : Paris area, southwest, center,
east, upper Normandy.
63000
France
600
450
550
Research and Technology (especially computers,
electronics, mechanics…)
Project & Program Management
Production and maintenance
Quality and Environment
Support functions (fnance, management and
auditing, purchasing, HR …)
2, Bd du Général Martial Valin
75724 PARIS Cedex 15
France
http://www.safran-careers.com
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My SAFRAN-powered evolution, is a career with a leading company in the
industries of Aeronautics, Space, Defense, and Security... You will have the opportunity
to immerse yourself and flourish in a group that combines extensive leading-edge industrial
expertise with constant training and internal mobility. The Group’s significant presence in over thirty countries will give
you the chance to use your skills throughout the world. Think it over! SAFRAN offers you a great deal of opportunities.
If you have a master’s degree, join the SAFRAN Group at www.safran-careers.com


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Saint-Gobain
Abrasives, Ceramics, Glass, Polymers and other
materials
50 countries
200000
France
depends on where position is
Cary LeBlanc
Northboro Research and Development Center
Saint-Gobain
9 Goddard Road
Northboro, MA 01532
USA
cary.j.leblanc@saint-gobain.com
http://www.saint-gobain.com
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Creat ed by King Louis XI V in 1665, Saint -Gobain
operat es in 55 count ries around t he globe in t he
design, product ion and dist ribut ion of const ruct ion
mat erials and innovat ive product s.
Over 1,000 companies comprise t he Saint -Gobain
group in businesses such as Abrasives, Building
Mat erials, Ceramics & Plast ics, I nsulat ion, Packaging,
Pipe, Gypsum, Reinforcement s, Flat Glass, and Building
Dist ribut ion.
Come visit our boot h at t he MI T European Career Fair
on February 2, 2008.
SAI NT-GOBAI N
Les Mi r oi r s
92096 La Déf ense Cedex
Fr ance
Tel . + 33 1 47 62 30 00
Vi si t us at ht t p: / / www.sai nt -gobai n.com
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Sanof-aventis
Chem./Pharma/Biotech
Sanof-aventis, a leading global pharmaceutical
company, contributes to improving life by
providing a broad ofering of medicines, vaccines,
and integrated healthcare solutions.
Sanof-aventis is a leading global pharmaceutical
company based in Paris and operating in over 100
countries.
100000
We also look for qualities that are aligned with
our values: respect, solidarity, performance,
audacity, creativity and courage.
Sanof-aventis
174 Avenue de France
75013 Paris
France
+33153774000
http://www.sanof-aventis.com - Careers
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companies, is at the heart of major healthcare challenges
and is committed everyday to driving back disease around
the world.
Discovering, producing and making available to doctors
and their patients innovative, effective and well-tolerated drugs
and vaccines, these have always been the guiding principles
of our business activities.
As a responsible company, we are committed to making our
development part of our strategy for sustainable growth.
We also are committed to facilitating access to vaccines
and drugs for those most in need. In respect of our different
cultures, the foundation of sanofi-aventis is the diversity of its
teams and its talents.
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Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Shell
Energy & Utility
Various Worldwide locations
104000
France; Germany; India; Kuwait; Malaysia; Nigeria;
Qatar; United Arab Emirates; United Kingdom;
United States
50
200
Candidates must apply online at www.shell.com/
careers in order to receive invite to interview.
Lorie E. Hernandez
910 Louisiana St.
Houston, TX 77002
USA
713.241.1794
713.241.4687
lorie.hernandez@shell.com
http://www.shell.com/careers
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TECHNICAL & COMMERCIAL STUDENTS
The most successful problem solvers look at things differently and
see solutions no one else can. Who would have thought to use fsh
protein to stop gas freezing in subsea pipes? One of our people
did. And right now we’re looking for more people who can bring
a fresh perspective to the energy challenge. We’ll provide training,
support and career choices to develop your potential. We’ll get you
working with some of our most accomplished problem solvers. And
together we can help build a responsible energy future. Think further.
For more information and to apply, visit www.shell.com/careers
or stop by our booth at the MIT European Career Fair.
Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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TECHNICAL & COMMERCIAL STUDENTS
The most successful problem solvers look at things differently and
see solutions no one else can. Who would have thought to use fsh
protein to stop gas freezing in subsea pipes? One of our people
did. And right now we’re looking for more people who can bring
a fresh perspective to the energy challenge. We’ll provide training,
support and career choices to develop your potential. We’ll get you
working with some of our most accomplished problem solvers. And
together we can help build a responsible energy future. Think further.
For more information and to apply, visit www.shell.com/careers
or stop by our booth at the MIT European Career Fair.
Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Telefonica I+D
IT / IT Services
Telecommunications/IT
Spain, Mexico, Brazil
1200
24
10
10
Ana González Ongay
C/Emilio Vargas, 6
28043 Madrid
Spain
0034913374375
anag@tid.es
www.telefonica.es/investigacionydesarrollo
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Telefónica
Investigación y Desarrollo
www.telefonica.es/investigacionydesarrollo
SURF OVER NEW IDEAS.
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Thales
Aerospace, Engineering
Thales is a world leader in Mission-critical
information systems for the Aerospace, Defence
and Security markets.
Operations in over 50 countries
68000
Algeria; Argentina; Australia; Austria; Belgium;
Brazil; Canada; Chile; China; France; Germany;
Greece; Hong Kong; India; Italy; Japan; Kazakh-
stan; Korea; Republic of; Mexico
1000
50
2000
3000
All
Real-Time, Embedded & Systems
Software & Hardware, Electronics, Digital,
Microwave, Electro-optics, Mechanical &
Manufacturing, Purchasing, Contracts Manage-
ment, Bid & Programme Management
Finance & Audit, Sales & Marketing
Recruitment Department
Forum Opportunities
45, Rue de Villiers
92526 Neuilly sur Seine Cedex,
France
+33 1 5777 87 57
jobs@thalesgroup.com
http://www.jobs.thalesgroup.com
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openings
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positions
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105 www.jobs.thalesgroup.com
Start your Thales
Adventure
Start your Thales
Adventure
EVERY YEAR THALES RECRUITS OVER 6000 PEOPLE
IN MORE THAN 50 COUNTRIES AROUND THE WORLD.
By joining Thales, you will endeavour on a great technological, human
and international adventure. You will develop your skills and put them
into use in a demanding environment, working on prestigious products
in the world of aerospace, space, defence and security.
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Natural sciences
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Total
Energy & Utility
Oil & Gas
130 countries
95000
4000
9000
Virginie MICHEL, Catherine Fouillet
Tour Coupole
92078 PARIS LA DEFENSE CEDEX
France
+ 33 (0)1 47 44 45 46
www.careers.total.com
http://www.total.com
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Future of energy
Energies for the future
RECENT GRADUATES M/ F
Working for Total means an opportunity
for a varied, motivating career. It also means
working for a multicultural company that is
open to the world. Total is a company that
makes employee talent, innovation and high
technology the core focus of its growth
strategy. Some 100,000 men and women
currently support our corporate project,
which is to supply the world with the energy
it needs and work together to invent the
energies of tomorrow.
Every year nearly 10,000 people join Total to
be part of this adventure. What about you?
www.careers.total.com
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Humanities
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Vestas Wind Systems A/S
Energy & Utility
Wind energy solutions
Europe
US
Asia-Pacifc
22000
Cyprus
50
75
500
Hasse Bruun Poulsen
Smed Hansensvej 10
6970 Lem
Denmark
+4597303010
habpo@vestas.com
http://www.vestas.com
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vestas.com/jobs
Work for Vestas – and make a difference.
Our wind turbines generate CO2-neutral electricity
to millions of households worldwide.
Modern Energy 24/7
Read more and apply at vestas.com/jobs
Power your life – Vestas offers you challenging, global opportunities for career growth.
As the world leader in modern energy, our wind turbines reduce CO2 emissions by millions of tons per year.
Our employees representing 56 nationalities are eager to welcome new colleagues. Care to join us?
No. 1 in Modern Energy
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Vivia Biotech
Chem./Pharma/Biotech
Vivia centers its research activities on the search
for new treatments for rare hematological
illnesses, screening existing compounds directly
in fresh human patients samples.
Spain: Malaga; Salamanca; Madrid
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c/ Moratin 50, 3 Dcha
28014 Madrid
Spain
+34 91 129 3151
admin@vivibiotech.com
http://www.viviabiotech.com
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At Vivia Biotech we focus on the discovery of new
indications for existing drugs for rare diseases, in the
most direct way possible: analyzing with a pioneering
technology the effect of thousands of existing drugs
directly on a patient's standard blood or bone marrow
sample within 48 hours from its extraction.
Initially focused on haematological cancers, we are
expanding our research to other diseases. The com-
pany’s approach to screening directly in fresh patient
samples has been validated both by our results and
by the granting of a 7,2
million European grant.
Vivia is incorporating
lead HTS technology
developed by the Ge-
nomics Novartis Foun-
dation (GNF) to expand
its successful internal research model in patient sam-
ples, and provide capability for high throughput
screening (HTS) in clinically relevant cell-based mod-
els of human disease, and high throughput com-
pound profiling (HTCP) across a range of clinically
relevant cell-based models, identifying the safest
compounds among the initial hits for further drug de-
velopment.
The company’s proprietary technology platform com-
bines cutting-edge screening technologies with high
resolution
tools to test
compounds
in fresh pa-
tient samples
or clinically
relevant models of disease on an industrial
scale. This information-intensive approach to drug
discovery provides superior quality information on
the activity of compounds at an earlier stage than
ever before, allowing us to select the best candidates
for clinical development.
Join an innovative and challenging
project with career development
The shortest therapeutic distance with The shortest therapeutic distance with The shortest therapeutic distance with
pioneer technology pioneer technology pioneer technology
EMPOWERED BY GNF
SYSTEMS

Join us:
We have assembled a
talented, international
team that is multidisci-
plinary and comple-
mentary.
We are in search of
high quality candidates
that identifies with our
objectives and values.
If you are motivated,
have strong analytical
skills, and able to work
independently on as-
signed projects , then
this is your place.
A completely novel and highly A completely novel and highly A completely novel and highly
predictive approach to compound predictive approach to compound predictive approach to compound
screening screening screening
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Voith
Automotive, Construction, Energy & Utility,
Engineering, Service Industry
paper technology center, ocean energies,
turbines and generators, drive components,
hydraulic locomotive and more
270 worldwide, Heidenheim/Germany, York, PA/
USA, Sao Paolo/Brazil, Shanghai/China
42000
China; Germany; India; United States
10
50
50
no specifcation
very good grades, technical internships or
research experience, languages a plus, entrepre-
neurial, customer-oriented outlook
Stefanie Marwitz
Voith AG
Corporate Human Resources - meh
Sankt Poeltener Strasse 43
89522 Heidenheim
Germany
+49 7321 37 2092
+49 7321 37 7698
stefanie.marwitz@voith.com
http://www.voith.com
Interviews only,
no booth at fair
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openings
Entry level positions
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qualifcations

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Address
Telephone
Fax
E-mail
Website
Looking for a challenging role?
Whether in the field of paper
technology, motive power
engineering, energy technology
or industrial services, we give
you the opportunity of achieving
a great deal. Voith offers
motivated university graduates
the work spectrum and trust of
a medium-sized company,
combined with the diverse
development opportunities of
a large, globally-oriented group
of companies. Good market
positions, innovative energy and
dynamic growth in all business
areas – three important reasons
to start your career at Voith.
More information at
www.voith.de/career
We are looking for people with ideas.
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Looking for a challenging role?
Whether in the field of paper
technology, motive power
engineering, energy technology
or industrial services, we give
you the opportunity of achieving
a great deal. Voith offers
motivated university graduates
the work spectrum and trust of
a medium-sized company,
combined with the diverse
development opportunities of
a large, globally-oriented group
of companies. Good market
positions, innovative energy and
dynamic growth in all business
areas – three important reasons
to start your career at Voith.
More information at
www.voith.de/career
We are looking for people with ideas.
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Preferred backgrounds
Zurich Financial Services
Insurance
Large variety of jobs: from Finance to Consulting,
Risk Management, Claims, Underwriting, Global
Associate Program (GAP) and Intern Program
Zurich has ofces in more than 50 countries and
serves clients in more than 170 countries.
60000
United States
100
80
80
Debbie Jandt
1400 American Lane
Schaumburg, IL 60196
USA
1.847.413.5670
1.877.847.6593
debbie.jandt@zurichna.com
http://www.zurichna.com
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115

Our aspiration We aspire to become the leading global insurance group in our chosen general and life insurance
markets, consistently delivering top-tier results for our shareholders. By so doing, we will create strong
relationships with customers, agents and brokers and rewarding opportunities for employees.
Zurich Financial Services Group (Zurich) is an insurance-based fnancial services provider with a
global network of subsidiaries and offces in North America and Europe as well as in Asia Pacifc, Latin
America and other markets. Founded in 1872, the Group is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland.
It employs approximately 55,000 people serving customers in more than 120 countries.
The core of our business is General and Life Insurance. We provide insurance and risk management
solutions and services for individuals, small and mid-sized businesses, large corporations and major
multinational companies. We also distribute third-party fnancial services products.
Zurich –
an industry leader
Zurich’s strengths include ...
• Global presence, experience and capabilities
• A balanced portfolio of insurance businesses, geographically and by line of business
• Our people – with their local expertise and the strength of an international network
• A tradition of fexibility and innovative solutions for better customer service
• Capacity, underlying fnancial strength and stability
• Sharing relevant knowledge and risk insights that help customers to better manage their risk
Zurich –
a global insurer
• Offers insurance solutions for more than half of Fortune’s Global 100 companies
• Manages programs with risk exposure in more than 120 countries
• Wrote USD 46.8 billion in gross written premiums and policy fees worldwide in 2005
Zurich Financial Services Group
About Zurich
Participating academic
institutions and non-proft
organizations
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Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
AcademicTransfer
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
AcademicTransfer is an international job-board
for academia. Founded in 1997 as a joint
job-board for universities, university medical
centers and research institutes in The Nether-
lands, it has developed into a niche site for
academia and is therefore unique in its kind.
Besides PhDs, Post-Docs, faculty and research
positions jobseekers can fnd more and more
high quality jobs from commerical organisations
in diferent scientifc felds on
AcademicTransfer.nl
AcademicTransfer’s aim is to enable scientists to
excel by bringing together global supply and
demand for for scientifc jobs.
Recently AcademicTransfer acquired the
American based job-board Career.edu. Through
this acquisition we have extended our interna-
tional reach into 38 countries ofering more
visibility and opportunities for employees as well
as employers worldwide.
Around the globe
for general inquiries:
André Kouwenberg
for client services:
Alex den Haan
Niasstraat 1
3531 WR Utrecht
The Netherlands
+31 880 282800
+31 30 291 9998
boston@academictransfer.nl
http://www.academictransfer.org
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E-mail
Fax
Telephone
Address
Contact information
Locations
Focus
Type
Employer profle
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Alexander von Humboldt
Foundation
Preferred backgrounds
Academic, Funding
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
promotes academic cooperation and exchange
between excellent scholars and scientists from
abroad and from Germany. Annually, it enables
1.800 post-docs and experienced researchers
from all over the world to spend time researching
in Germany.
Academic excellence is the most important
criterion for the selection of new fellows. There
are no quotas, neither for countries nor for
subject areas and disciplines. A cross-disciplinary
selection committee makes sponsorship
decisions independantly.
Most of the Alexander von Humboldt Founda-
tion’s programs require a doctoral degree, such as
a Ph.D. or M.D. The German Chancellor Sholarship
Program requires at least an undergraduate
degree.
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
Jean-Paul-Straße 12
D-53173 Bonn
Germany
0049 (0)288.833.0
0049 (0)288.833.199
info@avh.de
http://www.humboldt-foundation.de
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E-mail
Fax
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Address
Name
Contact information
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qualifcations
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Focus
Type
Employer profle
Do research in excellent company
Every year, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation enables more than 1,800 academics
from all over the world to spend time researching in Germany. Its network links more than
23,000 Humboldtians from all disciplines in 130 countries – including 40 Nobel Prize Winners.
Exzellenz verbindet –
be part of a worldwide network.
We sponsor cutting-edge scientists and scholars from abroad who come to
Germany on the strength of our research fellowships and awards to cooperate with
colleagues in Germany. Academic success for the guest and the host as well as
personal enrichment are the objectives. We also provide numerous sponsor-
ship opportunities for our alumni and for German junior researchers.
For information, see our website.
The Humboldt Foundation is resourced by the Federal Foreign Office, the Federal Ministry of Education
and Research, the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and other national and
international partners.
www.humboldt-foundation.de
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Baden-Württemberg
International
Preferred backgrounds
Academic, Research Institute
Baden-Württemberg –
Germany at its best.
Start your career with us!
Work in Baden-Württemberg:
Germany is the world champion in exports, but
Baden-Württemberg is the number one export
state in Germany, sending over 40% of its
domestic production to countries all over the
world.
Baden-Württemberg is home to Global Players
such as Audi, Bosch, Carl Zeiss, Daimler, Hugo
Boss, Porsche, SAP and many others, ofering a
wide variety of job opportunities in Germany and
abroad.
www.bw-career.de
info@bw-career.de
Universities and Research Institutions all over
Baden-Württemberg
Germany
Katja Stempfe-Eberl
Project Manager
Science, Research and the Arts
Baden-Württemberg International
Agency for International Economic and Scientifc
Cooperation
Willi-Bleicher-Str. 19
70174 Stuttgart
Germany
+49 (0)711 22787 939
+49 (0)711 22787 73
info@bw-career.de
http://www.bw-i.de; www.bw-wfk.de
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Name
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Focus
Type
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Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Bauhaus-Universität
Weimar
Preferred backgrounds
Academic, Research Institute
Architecture and Urban Studies, Art and Design,
Civil Engineering, Media Studies
The city of Weimar is a charming little town of
65.000 inhabitants located in the centre of
Germany. Due to its historic buildings and
cultural signifcance the city belongs to the
UNESCO world heritage sites.
350
400
3600
Germany
Jörn Weinhold
Bauhaus Research School
Bauhaus Universität Weimar
99421 Weimar
Germany
+49 3643 58 4503
+49 3643 58 4501
research-school@uni-weimar.de
http://www.uni-weimar.de
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E-mail
Fax
Telephone
Address
Name
Contact information
Countries with openings
Recruiting profle
Students
Grad students
Employees (faculty)
Locations
Focus
Type
Employer profle
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Berlin School of Economics
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Business, Economics, Management
Berlin, Germany
273
1000
5400
Germany
Berlin School of Economics/Fachhochschule für
Wirtschaft (FHW) Berlin
Badensche Str. 50-51
10825 Berlin
Germany
0049-30-85789-0
0049-30-85789-269
intstudy@fhw-berlin.de
http://www.fhw-berlin.de
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Fax
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Address
Name
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Students
Grad students
Employees (faculty)
Locations
Focus
Type
Employer profle
The Berlin School of Economics (BSE)
is Germany‘s largest state funded university
specialised in the feld of business, manage-
ment and economics.
ofers an extensive range of well-established
study programmes at undergraduate and
post-graduate level.
prepares its students for successful careers
through high quality programmes with an
orientation towards business or administra-
tive practice and various forms of co-opera-
tion with the German business community.
profts from the knowledge and management
experience of its 130 full-time professors (all
with PHD or equ. doctorates) and more than
400 lecturers.
has about 5,100 students (4800 in full-time
and 300 in part-time programmes) and 1,100
graduates every year.
keeps in touch with its graduates who work
worldwide in leading major and mid-sized
companies as well as in the non-proft or
public sectors.
ofers a variety of international programmes
and encourages the internationalisation of its
students through its more than 70 partner-
ships with universities throughout the world.
Brief Profile
Faculty of Business and Economics
Te Faculty of Business and Economics (Faculty
I) ofers eight Bachelor programmes which usu-
ally combine a focus on business and economics
with a wider integrative and interdisciplinary
perspective. Te inclusion of gender studies and
environmental and sustainability issues are also
important features of some of the programmes.
Whilst all programmes have certain interna-
tional components three of the programmes
are entirely international either in the form of
a bi-national dual degree course or by being
taught in English and by including compul-
sory study abroad periods. Te Master-of-Arts
programmes of the faculty are run in English or
in English and French and share all a distinctly
international outlook.
Master Programmes
International Marketing Management (in Englisch)
International Management, German-French
(in German, English and French) (from autumn 2011)
International Economics (in English)
IMB Institute of Management Berlin
MBA Programmes
MBA European-Asian Programme (in English)
MBA European Management (in English)
Berlin International Summer School
Markets and Management in Europe (M+M)
June 28 –July 18, 2009
European Business and Economics Programme (EBEP)
June 21 –July 18, 2009)
The European Union in a Global World (EUGW)
June 21 –July 18, 2009
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
BMM (BioMedical
Materials Program)
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
- Biomaterials for treatment of cardiovascular
diseases and functional restoration and
regeneration of arteries, heart valves and
myocardial tissue
- Biomaterials for functional restoration of
degenerative musculoskeletal tissues (spine /
articular joints)
- Biomaterials for prevention and treatment of
kidney dysfunction
- Coatings for (implantable) medical devices to
prevent and/or treat infammation and infec-
tions, and/or to improve cardiovascular and
musculoskeletal interventions and therapies.
- Biomaterials for targeted drug delivery in
oncology and controlled drug release in chronic
Several places throughout The Netherlands, at
universities, academic hospitals and industry
150
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EU - US
G.W. Visser, PhD
Urmonderbaan 20a
NL-6167 RD GELEEN
The Netherlands
+31 (46) 476 1084
+31 (10) 264 4987
germ.visser@bmm-program.nl
http://www.bmm-program.nl
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Name
Contact information
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Entry level positions
(Junior Faculty)
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Countries with openings
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Locations
Focus
Type
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The BioMedical Materials program (BMM) is a public-private partnership of
academia, industry, and the Dutch government that focuses on research in
the field of biomedical materials. This is based on the vision that biomedical
materials will play a key role in achieving medical breakthroughs that will
enable the functional repair and regeneration of tissue, and, in the future,
possibly organs.
BMM will create opportunities for education and careers in academia and
industry for highly talented professionals, post-docs and PhD students.

Five research areas have been defined within BMM, each focusing on the
research and development of materials and their therapeutic application:
• Biomaterials for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases and the
functional restoration and regeneration of arteries, heart valves
and myocardial tissue.
• Biomaterials for the functional restoration of degenerative
musculoskeletal tissues, in particular spine and articular joints.
• Biomaterials for the prevention and treatment of kidney dysfunction,
including reduction, refinement and replacement of haemodialysis
therapy.
• Coatings for (implantable) medical devices, to prevent and/or treat
inflammation and infections, and/or to improve cardiovascular and
musculoskeletal interventions and therapies.
• Biomaterials for the targeted drug delivery in oncology and
controlled drug release in chronic diseases.

These research areas have been selected on the basis of their impact on
public healthcare and on the economic and societal relevance. All research
projects are supported by specific competences in materials research, cell
biology and clinical application. Each project comprises a multidisciplinary
research effort, including clinical researchers, materials scientists, (cell)
biologists, technologists, etc. Partners throughout the value chain will work
closely together to ensure that innovations will find application in a clinical
setting.

Additional information can be found on our website: www.bmm-program.nl

St. BioMedical Materials, Urmonderbaan 20a, 6167 RD Geleen, Netherlands, +31(46) 4761590
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Brainport
Preferred backgrounds
Type
High-Tech Systems & Materials, Food, Automotive,
Life Sciences (medical Technology) and Design
Southeast Netherlands
The Netherlands
The Southeast Netherlands has more than
100,000 jobs in the high-tech industry and in high
services. Inventing, developing, designing,
producing and selling innovative products and
technologies in the international market.
Esther Schmal, Laura Coulen
P.O. box 917
NL-5600 AX Eindhoven
The Netherlands
+31 (0)40-2649990
+31 (0)40-2649999
schmal@brainport.nl
http://www.brainport.nl | www.settlink.com
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Brainpower Austria
Preferred backgrounds
Funding
Brainpower Austria aims at
• Presenting career perspectives in the feld of
R&D in Austria,
• Establishing ties between researchers (of all
nationalities) abroad and the Austrian scientifc
community,
• Giving information about innovation in Austria.
Brainpower Austria is a program of Austria’s
Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and
Technology (bmvit), managed by the Austrian
Research Promotion Agency (FFG), Structural
Programs Division.
Austria
Austria
All
Stefan Eichberger
Petra Presslauer
Sensengasse 1
1090 Vienna
Austria
+43(0)5 7755 - 2702
+43(0)5 7755 - 92700
ofce@brainpower-austria.at
http://www.brainpower-austria.at
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Carl von Ossietzky
University of Oldenburg
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Research is focused on sustainability sciences
implying research on Renewable Energy, Marine
Environmental Sciences, Environmental Model-
ling, Water and Coastal Management, Sustainabil-
ity Economics including research on Energy
Economics, Governance/Management and
IT-Systems.
In addition there are research centres on physics,
mathematics, Neurosensory Science, humanities
and educational sciences.
Two new research groups founded in 2008:
• Max Planck Research Group Marine
Geochemistry
• Fraunhofer Project Group Hearing, Speech and
Audio Technology
Oldenburg is located near the North Sea Coast
and the metropol of Hamburg. The city with its
160,000 habitants and up to 12,000 students from
all over the world provides in its vicinity of the
North Sea and the Frisian Islands a lot of leisure
facilities.
1800
12000
Dr. Roland Hergert
COAST - Center of Environment and Sustainability
Research
Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Ammerländer Heerstraße 114-118
D-26129 Oldenburg
Germany
+49-(0)441-798-4797
+49-(0)441-798-4798
coast@uni-oldenburg.de
http://www.uni-oldenburg.de
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The University of Oldenburg enjoys an outstanding reputation
for excellent research and education in sustainability sciences.
Join various research teams and beneft from a cluster of Master´s
and PhD programmes across current topics of sustainable development
and environment and societal changes:
C A R L
V O N
O S S I E T Z K Y
France
Italy
Slowakei
Ungarn
Slowenien
Denmark
Ireland
United
Kingdom
Spanien
Portugal
Sweden
Kroatien
Bosnien u.
Herzegowina
Serbien
North Sea
Netherlands
Belgium
Luxembourg
Switzerland Austria
Poland
Oldenburg
Germany
Berlin
Czech Republic
www.coast.uni-oldenburg.de
• Water and Coastal Management
• Renewable Energies
• Sustainability Economics and Management
• Marine Environmental Sciences
• Landscape Ecology
• Environmental Modelling
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
CEA (Commissariat à
l’Énergie Atomique)
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
Fundamental science (physics-chemistry-biology-
materials science), energy, information and health
technologies, defence and national security
The CEA has several research centers in France
including Saclay and Fontenay-au-Roses (Paris
region), Grenoble, Marcoule and Cadarache
(South Provence)
15000
1100
France
All are welcome.
A variety of research opportunities are ofered
from short-term internships to post-docs and
visiting scientists (the numbers are undeter-
mined). Undergraduates, graduates and young
researchers are all encouraged to apply.
Ana RAMOS
DSM/DPN
CEA Saclay Bat. 772
Orme des Merisiers
91191 SACLAY
France
+33 169087770
+33 169088776
ana.ramos@cea.fr
http://www.cea.fr
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Internship offers (in French): http://www.cea.fr/ressources_humaines/stages_longue_duree
Doctoral thesis offers: http://www-instn.cea.fr/rubrique.php3?id_rubrique=70
Post-Doc offers: http://www-instn.cea.fr/rubrique.php3?id_rubrique=116
What is the CEA?
The CEA is a national research institution in France that
conducts cutting edge research for the advancement of
non-greenhouse-emitting energy sources, including
nuclear energy; defence and global security; and
information and health technologies. Within these three
fields, the CEA relies heavily on its excellent activity in
fundamental research. As a result, the CEA is at the heart
of the 21
st
century’s science and technology challenges.

What are CEA’s major activities in fundamental
research?
Fundamental research is the root of the CEA’s scientific
expertise, leading to the development of a remarkable
number of new concepts and technological breakthroughs.
The fundamental research divisions focus their scientific
activity (in physics, chemistry, materials science, biology)
on four main areas: climate and environmental sciences,
fusion energy, fundamental laws of the Universe and
nanoscience and condensed matter. More and more
breakthroughs resulting from fundamental research in
these areas are transferred to applied research for the
development of new technologies. In addition to the
development of new technologies, the CEA continuously
publishes results in the leading scientific journals and
participates in all of the major international research
conferences.

What are CEA’s main technological goals?
Energy
With regards to energy, France favors a sustainable energy
“mix” that includes nuclear energy as its basis, as well as
renewable energy sources such as hydropower and new
energy technologies. In this general context and in the
framework of international cooperation, the CEA conducts
research for the development of future nuclear energies.
These include both fission, and the creation of a 4th
generation reactor prototype, as well as fusion, and the
ITER project.

The CEA also works on the development of new energy
technologies with the goal of broadening the “mix” of
energy sources that do not emit greenhouse gases. These
include biomass and hydrogen production, fuel cells, solar
photovoltaics, electricity storage, and new components and
systems that consume less energy. This research is the
subject of strong partnerships with industry and other
national and international research organisations.

In the energy field, fundamental research is conducted in
order to understand the physical phenomena at the root of
alternative energy technologies, as well as the impact of
human activities on climate change. The CEA also strives
to obtain the data necessary to evaluate the performance of
waste incineration in innovative nuclear systems and to
attempt to answer major questions regarding matter and
the universe.
Information and Health Technologies
The CEA has access to high-level technological research
in the micro- and nanotechnology sectors with, for
example, the influential role of the MINATEC
international nanotechnology cluster. There are several
prospects for these strongly emerging technologies
including telecommunications, wireless networks, chip
cards, embedded systems, sensors, signal processing and
virtual reality. The applications cover the automotive,
aeronautic, defence and health sectors, among others.

The CEA also endeavors to help the health sector benefit
from technological advances in the nuclear field. By
contributing innovative concepts and tools, CEA’s
research is forging new paths both in diagnostics and
therapeutics with the development of biochips, functional
and structural genomics, and biomolecular engineering.
One particular example is the work done in brain
neuroimaging thanks to the high-performance MRI at the
new NEUROSPIN platform in Saclay.

Defense and Gloval Security
The CEA’s mission is to guarantee, in the long-run, the
reliability and security of various components of nuclear
deterrence, which since the definitive end of testing, rely
on simulation programs. Within this objective, the CEA is
developing new physical models and has acquired
computational and experimental research tools such as the
TERA supercomputer, the AIRIX radiographic machine
and the Megajoule Laser. The CEA also contributes, at the
national and international level, to the improvement of
global security by the means of specific technological
research projects in the nuclear, radiological, biological
and chemical domains.

What is CEA’s mission at the European Career
Fair?
The CEA is looking to meet young and talented students
and scientists looking to expand their research experience
to international frontiers. A variety of research
opportunities are being offered ranging from short-term
internships to post-doctoral fellowships and visiting
scientists positions. The CEA maintains a strong interest in
attracting undergraduates looking to spend a summer or a
semester abroad to develop their own research project.
Such experiences are highly valued by CEA’s research
programs as they often evolve into longer-term
collaborations or doctoral thesis opportunities.
Undergraduate students of all physical science and
engineering backgrounds are thus encouraged to meet and
discuss with the CEA representatives at the European
Career Fair. Furthermore, the CEA continuously looks to
attract talented international candidates for post-doctoral or
young research scientist positions. The European Career
Fair is therefore the perfect occasion to meet young
scientists, discuss their research ambitions, and propose
unique career opportunities in France.
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Cluster of Excellence
“Engineering of
Advanced Materials”
Preferred backgrounds
Academic, Research Institute
The Cluster of Excellence ‘Engineering of
Advanced Materials – Hierarchical Structure
Formation for Functional Devices (EAM)” is the
only cluster in Germany to focus on material
sciences and processes. Its work centers on the
fundamental and applied aspects of designing
and creating novel high-performance materials.
The EAM was established in November 2007
within the framework of the Excellence Initiative
of the German Federal and State Governments.
The integrated Graduate School: “Advanced
Materials and Processes” is organized in eight
interdisciplinary classes according to research
areas.
Research areas:
Cross-sectional topics
Particle technology
Nanoanalysis and electron microscopy
Multiscale modeling and simulation
Fields of Application
Nanoelectronics
Photonics / Optics
Catalysis
Lightweight
Openings for/in: PhD and Post Doc positions,
scientifc staf, junior professorships
Dr. Monika Schenk
Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-
Nuremberg
Cluster of Excellence: Engineering of Advanced
Materials
Nägelsbachstraße 49 b
91052 Erlangen
Germany
49-9131-85-20846
49-9131-85-20848
administration@eam.uni-erlangen.de
http://www.eam.uni-erlangen.de
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and structures
What we offer:
Development of advanced materials
with tailor-made properties
Cooperation stretching from
fundamental research to engineering
of real world applications
Integrated Graduate School
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
CNRS (Centre national de
la recherche scientifque)
Preferred backgrounds
Type
All scientifc felds
France
32000
France
400
none
Entry by annual recruitment campaigns
Florence Bouyer
Observatoire des métiers du CNRS
3, rue Michel Ange
75794 Paris Cedex 16
France
011.331.44.96.45.87
011.331.44.96.49.67
Florence.Bouyer@cnrs-dir.fr
http://www.cnrs.fr
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Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
College des Ingenieurs
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Management
France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy
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The programme seeks engineers and scientists
with MSc. degrees, PhD degrees or MEng degrees
from internationally renowned Universities.
MOTTE Anne
49, rue de l’Université
75007 Paris
France
33 1 49 54 72 60
33 1 49 54 72 68
amotte@cdi.fr
http://www.cdi.eu
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COMMENT ETRE CANDIDAT ?
Les critères de recrutement
- Diplôme d’une grande école scientifique,
- Capacité à réussir ses projets
professionnels,
- Capacité à moderniser les entreprises,
- Capacité de communication
et de travail en équipe.
- Leadership.
Principales écoles d’origine des admis :
- Ecole polytechnique, ENS, ENPC, EN-
GREF, Ecole des Mines de Paris, Ecole Cen-
trale, Télécom, Supélec, Supaéro...
- RWTH Aachen, TH Darmstadt, TH Karls-
ruhe, TU München, Telecom Barcelona, In-
dustriales Madrid, Cambridge University
(U.K.), Politecnico di Milano, Politecnico di
Torino…
- Université de Tokyo, Université de Shan-
ghaï, Université de Pékin...
- M.I.T., Harvard University.
Comment être candidat ?
La sélection au Collège des Ingénieurs
se fait sur dossier et entretiens.
Les dossiers de candidatures doivent
être demandés au Collège des Ingénieurs,
soit par téléphone au +33 (0)1 49 54 72 60
ou fax +33 (0)1 49 54 72 68,
soit par courrier (49, rue de l’Université
75007 Paris) ou e-mail : amotte@cdi.cdi.fr
HOW TO APPLY ?
BASIC REQUIREMENTS
- Science degree from a major
institution with top results,
- Ability to achieve professional
goals,
- Ability to bring a modern ap-
proach to business,
- Strong interpersonal skills.
- Leadership.
Main institutions historically
providing engineers :
- Ecole polytechnique, ENS,
ENPC, ENGREF, Ecole des
Mines de Paris, Ecole Centrale,
Télécom, Supélec, Supaéro...
- RWTH Aachen, TH Darmstadt,
TH Karlsruhe, TU München, Te-
lecom Barcelona, Industriales
Madrid, Cambridge University
(U.K.), Politecnico di Milano, Po-
litecnico di Torino…
- Université of Tokyo, Université of
Shanghaï, Université of Beijing...
- M.I.T., Harvard University.
Admission Procedure
How to apply ?
For admission to the Collège des
Ingénieurs, candidates must sub-
mit an application form and sit an
interview.
To obtain an application form,
contact the Collège des Ingé-
nieurs by telephone +33 (0)1 49
54 72 60 or fax +33 (0)1 49 54 72
68, by mail (49, rue de l’Univer-
sité 75007 Paris) or e-mail :
amotte@cdi.cdi.fr
Recrutement
January session: completed applications
must be returned to the Collège des Ingénieurs
by 31st August. Short-listed candidates will be
invited to interviews.
September session: completed applications
must be returned to the Collège des Ingénieurs
by 30th March. Short-listed candidates will be
invited to interviews.
Nov. Déc. Janv. Fév. Mars Avr. Mai Juin Juil. Août Sept. - Juin
Retrait du dossier ● ● ● ● ▲ ▲ ▲
Date limite de dépot ● ▲
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Auswahlkriterien:
- Herausragend abgeschlossenes technisches-
naturwissenschaftliches Studium
- Einsatzbereitschaft, Teamfähigkeit
- Internationale Ausrichtung und Mobi-
litätsbereitschaft
- Leadership
Herkunft der Kandidaten
- Ecole polytechnique, ENS, ENPC, EN-
GREF, Ecole des Mines de Paris, Ecole Cen-
trale, Télécom, Supélec, Supaéro...
- RWTH Aachen, TH Darmstadt, TH Karls-
ruhe, TU München, Telecom Barcelona, In-
dustriales Madrid, Cambridge University
(U.K.), Politecnico di Milano, Politecnico di
Torino…
- University of Tokyo, Université of Shan-
ghaï, Université of Beijing...
- M.I.T., Harvard University.
Wie wird man Kandidat?
Die Auswahl findet aufgrund
der Bewerbungsunterlagen
und durch Auswahlgespräche statt.
Bewerbungsunterlagen können angefordert
werden bei:
Collège des Ingénieurs, entweder
per Telefon unter +33 (0)1 49 54 72 60 ,
per Fax unter +33 (0)1 49 54 72 68,
per Post (49, rue de l’Université
75007 Paris) oder auch
per e-mail : amotte@cdi.cdi.fr
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
“ConRuhr” USA
(Consortium of the
Ruhr-Area universities)
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
3 Universities * 200 Institutes * 1 Network
Germany’s Academic Triangle is a Consortium of 3
Universities located within 20 minutes of one
another, along the Ruhr river. This is Germany’s
largest Academic hub.
University of Duisburg-Essen, University of
Bochum and the TU Dortmund University are all
located in the Ruhr Area - Midwest Germany
90000
ConRuhr
c/o Dr.LeeAnn Renninger
871 United Nations Plaza
New York, 10017 NY
USA
+1 212 758 3384
+1 212 758 1629
ofce@conruhr.org
http://www.conruhr.org
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
CTMM (Center for
Translational Molecular
Medicine)
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
The CTMM bundles academic and industrial
molecular medicine expertise. Increasing insight
is obtained into specifc processes at the cellular
and molecular level, which leads to the origin of
diseases, but also provides clues for potential
cures. Our goal is the rapid translation of these
new approaches from ‘bench’ to ‘bedside’, to the
beneft of the patient. We have research jobs in
the feld of oncology, cardiovascular, neurode-
generative and infectious/ autoimmune diseases
within the projects sponsored by CTMM.
Several locations in The Netherlands like
Amsterdam, Eindhoven, Groningen, Leiden,
Maastricht, Nijmegen, Rotterdam, Utrecht.
450
250
The Netherlands
250
100
No preference
Broad variety: Molecular Biology, Cell Biology,
Clinical trials, MTA, Informatics, Technology.
Heidi Hamers, PhD,
Managing Director;
Erna Erdtsieck-Ernste, PhD, Program manager
Cardiovascular Diseases
CTMM
High Tech Campus 12a
5656 AE EINDHOVEN
The Netherlands
+31 40 27 74 110
+31 40 25 15 455
recruitment@ctmm.nl
http://www.ctmm.nl
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Translating
science
into better
healthcare
The CTMM represents a multi-institutional research initiative to stimulate the
development of medical technologies. Public-private consortia have been and will
be created in the area of oncology, cardiovascular, neurodegenerative and infectious /
autoimmune diseases. These consortia provide new job opportunities for all kinds of
top quality professionals in the life sciences.
We are looking for top Ph.D. students, scientists and senior scientists to conduct
research at the cellular and molecular level within the projects sponsored by the
CTMM. We offer inspiring research jobs in various organizations, located in several
parts of the Netherlands, with plenty of recreational and cultural events at your grasp.
Would you like to join us?
CTMM - A public-private partnership for translational molecular medicine
High Tech Campus 12a, 5656 AE Eindhoven, The Netherlands
T +31 (0)40 27 74 110, I www.ctmm.nl
For more information: info@ctmm.nl, for (open) applications: recruitment@ctmm.nl
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Delft University of
Technology
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
A fascination for science, design and engineering
is the common denominator driving the 13,000
bachelor and master students and the 5000
employees of TU Delft. The high quality of our
research and teaching is renowned and we are
constantly seeking outstanding talent to keep the
research and education of this unique institution
top-ranked.
The felds we work in are:
- Architecture
- Civil Engineering and Geosciences
- Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and
Computer Science
- Industrial Design
- Aerospace Engineering
- Technology, Policy and Management
- Applied Sciences
- Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering
Delft, The Netherlands
5000
1800
15000
The Netherlands
80
80
20
Marianne Smit, Consultant Employer Branding
Stevinweg 1
2628 CN Delft
The Netherlands
+31 15 278 7101
+31 15 278 9414
recruit@tudelft.nl
http://www.jobsindelft.com and www.tudelft.nl
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Going Dut ch
CHALLENGE YOUR FUTURE
AT DELFT UNI VERSI TY OF TECHNOLOGY
Delf t Univer sit y of Technology is a leading European
cent re of t echnology research & educat ion, f ocusing
on f our main t opics: Energy, Healt h, I nf rast ruct ure
and Environment . Wit h t hese t opics, t he univer sit y is
af rming it s st rong commit ment t o engage wit h societ y
and apply it s knowledge and exper t ise t o solve t he
most pressing issues of our t ime. We of f er you, amongst
many ot her t hings, excellent research f acilit ies,
close collaborat ion wit h (mult i) nat ional indust rial
companies, and a mult icult ural and int ernat ional st af f.
Check www.jobsindelft.com f or more inf ormat ion.
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
EIROforum
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
particle physics, molecular biology, space
sciences, astronomy and astrophysics, fusion
energy, neutron scattering and synchrotron
radiation, materials science
Chile, France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom,
The Netherlands, Switzerland
8000
200
France
100
Nationals of the EU member states
info@eiroforum.org
http://www.eiroforum.org
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Computer science
Engineering
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Energy Research Centre of
the Netherlands
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
The Energy research Centre of the Netherlands
(ECN) is the largest research centre in the
Netherlands in the feld of energy. The world
needs energy innovation.
All of this can be summarised in the mission
statement:”We develop high-value knowledge
and technology for sustainable energy manage-
ment and bring this to the market”.
Petten, The Netherlands
700
30
The Netherlands
25
5
10
10
ECN is an international community that wel-
comes researchers from abroad. No specifc
nationality preferred.
At ECN we are highly devoted to promoting
employee satisfaction and maintaining a friendly
social climate among researchers, as we are
convinced that our true capital is human capital.
We are looking for highly motivated people with
a creative state of mind who likes to be chal-
lenged.
Judith Bredewold
Westerduinweg 3
1755 LE Petten
The Netherlands
+31-(0)224-564928
+31-(0)224-568836
bredewold@ecn.nl
http://www.ecn.nl
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positions (Senior
Faculty)
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(Junior Faculty)
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
Information and Communication Technology,
Microelectronics, Production Technology,
Material Sciences, Life Sciences, Surface Technol-
ogy and Photonics, Defense and Security
Germany and Europe, USA, Asia
14000
1000
3000
Germany
300
200
700
all
excellence in research, entrepreneurial spirit,
competence in project management & working
methods, social competence
Ingeborg Bosch
Human Resources
Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineer-
ing and Automation IPA
Nobelstraße 12
70569 Stuttgart
Germany
+49 711 970-1300
ingeborg.bosch@ipa.fraunhofer.de
http://www.fraunhofer.de
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Are you ready to join Europe's leading
organization for applied research?

RESEARCH with FRAUNHOFER

Learn more about the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft
at www.fraunhofer.de

Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Freie Universität Berlin
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Academic
Freie Universität Berlin has been selected one of
the nine “universities of excellence” within the
Excellence Initiative launched by the German
government to promote top-level university
research. The university ofers the broadest
spectrum of research in the humanities in
Germany with a large number of highly special-
ized subjects such as Byzantine Studies and
Jewish Studies. The Center for Area Studies
clusters the regional studies research on North
and Latin America, Eastern Europe, East Asia, the
Middle East, and individual European countries.
Governance research is the center of research at
the highly renowned Otto Suhr Institute for
political science. In the natural sciences, focus lies
on the life sciences and Earth sciences, as well as
physics, mathematics, and computer science.
Berlin, Germany: The city ofers a huge variety of
lifestyles and constitutes a fascinating mix of
culture, politics and world-class scholarship with
a high density of international organizations and
world-class research institutions.
1600
34000
Germany
Andrea Adam
Executive Director
German University Alliance
871 United Nations Plaza
New York, NY 10017
USA
212.758.3392
212.758.1629
adam@germanuniversities.org
http://www.fu-berlin.de; www.fu-berlin.de/
service/stellen/index.html
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French Embassy
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Government
4101 Reservoir Rd NW
Washington DC 20007
202-944-6249
202-944-6244
YEI.MST@CONSULFRANCE-BOSTON.ORG
158
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The Office for Science and Technology of the Embassy of
France is a multidisciplinary team of 36 faculty members, senior
researchers and staff scientists under the leadership of a science
counselor who reports directly to the Ambassador.
The Office is distributed between headquarters at the French Embassy
in Washington, DC, and 5 satellites offices in the Boston (MA), Chicago,
(IL), Houston, (TX), San Francisco (CA) and Los Angeles consulates.
The role of the Office incorporates three strategic missions:
• To monitor advances in science and technology to
stakeholders, decision makers and scientists.
• To establish and/or strengthen partnerships in science and
technology.
• To promote exchanges of students, researchers and
entrepreneurs.
Every year, the Office for Science and Technology develops
programs in the following areas: information technology, innovation and
entrepreneurship, life sciences, nanotechnologies, agronomy,
environment and sustainable development. The Office organizes major
bilateral events such as an innovation day and several cultural events
dedicated to science as a basis for mutual understanding.
The action of the Office for Science and Technology is strongly
coordinated with other diplomatic offices, such as the Trade Department
or the Cultural Services. This situation allows the Office for Science and
Technology to efficiently handle the many economic and social
implications of today’s science and technology.
The Office of Science and Technology: your portal to the American and
French webs of science: www.france-science.org
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Friedrich-Alexander-University
Erlangen-Nuremberg
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
The main focus is to be found in interdisciplinary
collaboration between Natural Sciences,
Engineering and Medicine in close cooperation
with the classical university disciplines.
The University is situated in two closely con-
nected cities in Bavaria: Erlangen and the
historical city of Nürnberg, both in the center of a
prospering European Metropolitan Region with a
population of 3.5 million.
4669
26000
Dr. Brigitte Perlick
Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürn-
berg
Central Ofce for International Afairs (L2)
Schlossplatz 3
D-91054 Erlangen
Germany
+49(0)9131-85-24801
+49(0)9131-85-26335
brigitte.perlick@zuv.uni-erlangen.de
http://www.uni-erlangen.org
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Advance through Networks
www.uni-erlangen.de
European_Career_Anzeige.indd 1 17.12.2008 15:11:25
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Friedrich Schiller
University Jena
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Areas of Research: Theology, Law, Economics and
Business Administration, Philosophy, Social and
Behavioral Sciences, Mathematics and Computer
Science Humanities, Physics and Astronomy,
Chemical and Earth Sciences, Biology and
Pharmacy, Medicine
Jena, Germany
2123
20866
Germany
30
Dr. Muriel Helbig
Graduate Academy
Jenergasse 8
07743 Jena
Germany
+49 (3641) 930400
+49 (3641) 930402
muriel.helbig@uni-jena.de
http://www.uni-jena.de
162
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If you seek Paradise, go to Jena.
*
In the heart of Germany lies a booming and innovative city surrounded by
green rolling hills: Jena. Let this beautiful, historical town charm you with its unique
combination of a picturesque setting, a modern, research-oriented university,
high-tech industry, and strong cultural and philosophical traditions.
A paradise to start an amazing career. www.uni-jena.de/mit_career_fair
Friedrich-Schiller-Universit t Jena
(* The Economist, February 11
th
2006)
If you seek Paradise, go to Jena.
*
In the heart of Germany lies a booming and innovative city surrounded by
green rolling hills: Jena. Let this beautiful, historical town charm you with its unique
combination of a picturesque setting, a modern, research-oriented university,
high-tech industry, and strong cultural and philosophical traditions.
A paradise to start an amazing career. www.uni-jena.de/mit_career_fair
Friedrich-Schiller-Universit t Jena
(* The Economist, February 11
th
2006)
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Fundació Catalana per a la
Recerca i la Innovació
Preferred backgrounds
Funding
The Catalan Foundation for Research and
Innovation (FCRI) is a private non-proft-making
institution which aims to promote and support
research and innovation in Catalonia in order to
contribute to the dynamism and improvement of
quality, visibility and sustainability of the RDI
Catalan system.

The FCRI priority areas are:

Science and society: making research outcomes,
resources and trends accessible to citizenship.
Research and market: fostering technology
transfer.
Studies and scientifc advice: feeding a general
refection on the RDI system.
Scientifc Talent: attracting and retaining research
and scientifc talent to Catalan research centers,
businesses and universities.
The FCRI manages the ‘R&D&I Job Bank’ www.fcri.
cat/rdi_positions focusing on vacancies for the
institutions of the Catalan R&D&I system

12 Universities
35 CERCA Research Centers
20 Public Research Institutions
17 Science and Technological Parks
10 Network of Technology Centers
9 Hospital Foundations
9 Large Research Infrastructures
7 Business Schools
Spain
Catalan Foundation for Research and Innovation
(FCRI)
Pg. Lluís Companys 23
08010 Barcelona
Spain
+34 93 268 77 00
+34 93 268 37 68
fcri@fcri.cat
http://www.fcri.cat
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Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Genopole
Preferred backgrounds
Academic, Funding, Government, Research
Institute
GENOMICS, POST-GENOMICS, HUMAN HEALTH,
DRUG TARGET DISCOVERY, DIAGNOSIS, MEDICAL
DEVICES, BIO-INFORMATICS, AGRI-BIOTECH
GENOPOLE - Genopole Campus 1 - 5 rue Henri
Desbruères - 91030 Evry Cedex - France
2053
300
100
France
10
No preferred nationality
To be defned
Mr Gabriel Mergui
Genopole
Genopole Campus 1
5 rue Henri Desbruères
91030 Evry Cedex
France
+33 (0)1 60 87 83 05
+33 (0)1 60 87 83 01
gabriel.mergui@genopole.fr
http://www.genopole.fr
166
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22 academic research labs 67 biotech companies
16 shared-use technology platforms and technical facilities
2,053 staff on the Bioparc
ACADEMIC RESEARCH LABS

50 post-docs with
« return fellowships »

16 Genopole Atige
Thematic fellowships for
stimulating the emergence
of tomorrow’s scientific
leaders

in 4 domains
BIOTECH COMPANIES

€180.53 M in investment
raised by Genopole companies

€77.7 M in total turnover,
generated by 35 companies in 2007

448 patents filed

25 molecules or biotherapies
from regulatory preclinical develop-
ment to market launch

in 4 domains
GENOMICS / POST-GENOMICS
13 Labs
ENGINEERING SCIENCES
1 Lab
BIOPHYSICS / BIOCHEMISTRY
4 Labs
BIO-INFORMATICS / MATHEMATICS
4 Labs
BIOMEDICINE / HEALTHCARE
44 Companies
BIO-INFORMATICS / INFORMATICS
7 Companies
INSTRUMENTATION / MEDICAL DEVICE
13 Companies
AGRO-INDUSTRY
3 Companies
CONTACT Director Genopole Research
Françoise RUSSO-MARIE,
francoise.russo-marie@genopole.fr
CONTACT Director Genopole Entreprises
Eric LAMEIGNERE,
eric.lameignere@genopole.fr
Genopole, the leading French biopark dedicated to biotech and biotherapies
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
German Academic
Exchange Service (DAAD) /
GAIN
Preferred backgrounds
Funding
DAAD is the German national agency for the
support of international academic cooperation
and ofers programs and funding for highly
qualifed students, faculty, researchers and others
in higher education. The New York ofce supports
academic exchange between the US, Canada and
Germany.
Undergraduate: Undergraduate Scholarship;
Summer Research Internships in Science and
Engineering (RISE); Summer Course Grant;
Bundestag Internship; Study & Internship
Program (SIP) in Germany; internXchange for
Journalism students.
Graduate, Postdoc: Study Scholarship for year of
study or full Master’s degree; Research Grant;
RISEprofessional industry internships; Summer
Course Grant; Language Course Grant; Grant;
Bundestag Internship; internXchange for
Journalism students.
Worldwide
Germany
DAAD New York
871 United Nations Plaza
New York, NY 10017
USA
212-758-3223
212-755-5780
daadny@daad.org
http://www.daad.org (US/Canada); www.daad.de
(international)
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GAIN is an expanding network of
German scholars and scientists working in North America. GAIN was created to
improve the flow of information on new career opportunities at German universities
and research institutions GAIN is a joint initiative by the Alexander von Humboldt
Foundation (AvH), the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the German
Research Foundation (DFG) and associated members, including the German Rectors'
Conference, the Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, the Helmholtz Association of German
Research Centres, the Leibniz Association and the Max Planck Society.

LEARN MORE and JOIN GAIN at www.gain-network.org

Contact:
Dr. Katja Simons / Christian Schwalb, GAIN Program Director
c/o DAAD New York, 871 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017
Phone: (212) 758-3223 ext. 217, email: simons@daad.org


STUDY :: RESEARCH :: INTERNSHIPS
SCHOLARSHIPS
:: ALL SUBJECT AREAS
:: UNDERGRAD, GRADUATE, POSTDOC
:: GERMAN NOT ALWAYS REQUIRED
:: SHORT- AND LONG-TERM STAYS








www.daad.org
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
German Consulate General
Preferred backgrounds
Type
Dr. Anke Lischeid
Consulate General of the Federal Republic of
Germany
Three Copley Place, Suite 500
Boston, MA 02116
USA
617 369 4906
617 369 4940
wiss-2@bost.diplo.de
http://www.germany.info
170
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German Information Center USA
The German Information Center USA (GIC) makes it easy for you to find
information about Germany - a fascinating blend of the traditional and the
modern, an effective global team player helping the world meet the
political, economic and environmental challenges of tomorrow.

German Embassy, Washington, DC
The German Embassy in Washington, DC, is the official representation of
the Federal Government of Germany in the United States. In our Visa,
Passport, Legal section you will find information on numerous consular
and legal services for US residents and German citizens within the
Embassy's area of Consular Jurisdiction.

German Consulates General
In addition to the German Embassy in Washington, DC, there are eight
German Consulates General thoughout the United States: in Atlanta,
Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and San
Francisco. Each Consulate covers a specific geographical area.

German Consulate General Boston
On the website of the German Consulate General in Boston you will find
information on Germany, the consular services we provide and German-
related news and events in our area. We offer a wide spectrum of
information, including travel, study, doing business in Germany and much
more.

www.germany.info
www.land-of-ideas.org
www.research-in-germany.de

Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
German Rectors’
Conference
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
The HRK is the political and public voice of the
universities and other higher education institu-
tions and is the forum for the higher education
institutions’ joint opinion-forming process.
The work of the HRK involves
providing member institutions with information,
formulating and representing the joint higher
education policy positions of the member
institutions,
keeping the general public informed,
advising Federal and Laender political and
administrative bodies.
promoting quality assurance in teaching and
studies as well as student mobility, cooperation
with other organisations and associations,
promoting international higher education
cooperation.
Bonn, Berlin, Brussels
70
2
Dr. Rolf Peter
German Rectors’ Conference
Ahrstrasse 39
53175 Bonn
Germany
0049 228 887 120
0049 228 887 181
peter@hrk.de
http://www.hrk.de
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The German Rectors' Conference/ Hochschulrektorenkonferenz (HRK) is the voluntary
association of state and state-recognised universities and other higher education
institutions in Germany. It currently has 259 member institutions at which around 98
per cent of all students in Germany are registered.
The HRK is the political and public voice of the universities and other higher
education institutions and is the forum for the higher education institutions' joint
opinion-forming process. The HRK addresses all topics relating to the responsibilities
of higher education institutions: Research, teaching, studies, advanced continuing
education and training, knowledge and technology transfer, international
cooperation, and self-administration issues.
The work of the HRK involves
• providing member institutions with information,
• formulating and representing the joint higher education policy positions of the
member institutions,
• keeping the general public informed,
• advising Federal and Länder political and administrative bodies.
• promoting quality assurance in teaching and studies as well as student mobility,
cooperation with other organisations and associations, promoting international
higher education cooperation,
• collecting and documenting relevant literature and records.


The German Rectors' Conference/ Hochschulrektorenkonferenz (HRK) is the voluntary
association of state and state-recognised universities and other higher education
institutions in Germany. It currently has 259 member institutions at which around 98
per cent of all students in Germany are registered.
The HRK is the political and public voice of the universities and other higher
education institutions and is the forum for the higher education institutions' joint
opinion-forming process. The HRK addresses all topics relating to the responsibilities
of higher education institutions: Research, teaching, studies, advanced continuing
education and training, knowledge and technology transfer, international
cooperation, and self-administration issues.
The work of the HRK involves
• providing member institutions with information,
• formulating and representing the joint higher education policy positions of the
member institutions,
• keeping the general public informed,
• advising Federal and Länder political and administrative bodies.
• promoting quality assurance in teaching and studies as well as student mobility,
cooperation with other organisations and associations, promoting international
higher education cooperation,
• collecting and documenting relevant literature and records.
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
German Research
Foundation (DFG)
Preferred backgrounds
Funding
The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG (Ger-
man Research Foundation) is Germany’s central,
self-governing research funding organization,
fosters scientifc excellence through competition,
encourages international research collaboration,
and promotes young researchers.
Grants and Scholarships (selection):
Direct Funding of Young Researchers; Emmy
Noether Program; Heisenberg Program; NIH-DFG
Awards Program; Research Training Groups;
Collaborative Research Centers; International
Mobility Programs
Dr. Marion Mueller
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
German Research Foundation
1776 I Street NW, Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20006
USA
202 785 4208
202 785 4410
Marion.Mueller@dfg.de
http://www.dfg.de
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The German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG) is
Germany’s central, self-governing research funding organization that serves all
branches of science and the humanities by funding research projects and facilitating
collaboration among researchers.
The DFG portfolio of programs offers various possibilities for funding of either
individual researchers – among them programs with a special focus on young
researchers – or groups of researchers in coordinated programs. Not only German
nationals can be funded by the DFG, but also researchers from abroad, if they want to
carry out their research in Germany and assure that they plan to carry on their
research career in Germany.
Some of the DFG’s funding programs are of particular interest to doctoral and
postdoctoral students. Among them are
• Research Training Groups
• Graduate Schools (funded within the German excellence initiative)
• Clusters of Excellence (funded within the German excellence initiative) and
• Collaborative Research Centers
These programs are applied for by the university. The doctoral or postdoctoral student
can apply for opening to the university directly. For projects in the following funding
schemes the doctoral or postdoctoral student or researcher applies directly to DFG:
• Temporary Positions for Principal Investigators
• Emmy Noether Program
• Heisenberg Program
More information about the DFG‘s funding programs can be found under
http://www.dfg.de/en/research_funding/programmes_at_a_glance.html
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
GoFORSYS
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Systems biology-related research approaches in
prokaryotes, plants, and animals
Freiburg, Germany
Heidelberg, Germany
Magdeburg, Germany
Potsdam-Golm, Germany
1200
PD Dr. Klaus-Peter Michel
Scientifc Project Manager
FORSYS/FORSYS-Partner
attn. Prof. Dr. Roland Eils
Abt. B080 - Theoretical Bioinformatics
DKFZ
German Cancer Research Center
Im Neuenheimer Feld 580
D-69120 Heidelberg
Germany
+49 (0) 6221 / 42-3602
+49 (0) 6221 / 42-3620
k.michel@dkfz.de
http://www.dkfz.de
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FORSYS FORSYS
Research Units Research Units for for Systems Systems Biology Biology
FRISYS (Freiburg) FRISYS (Freiburg)
FORSYS FORSYS - - Research Units Research Units for for Systems Systems Biology Biology
What is FORSYS What is FORSYS? ?
The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research
(BMBF) initiated FORSYS (BMBF) initiated FORSYS –– Research Units for Systems Research Units for Systems
Biology as a novel nationwide research funding program in Biology as a novel nationwide research funding program in
2006. The aim of the project has been to promote systems 2006. The aim of the project has been to promote systems
biology biology- -related research at a national level and to establish related research at a national level and to establish
FRISYS (Freiburg) FRISYS (Freiburg)
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Hess Speaker: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Hess
Coordination Coordination Office Office: Dr : Dr. Sabine C. . Sabine C. Stebel Stebel
University University of of Freiburg Freiburg
Institut Institut fuer fuer Biologie Biologie
Schaenzlestr Schaenzlestr. 1 . 1
DD--79104 Freiburg 79104 Freiburg
Germany Germany
+49 +49- -761 761--203 203--2789 2789
sabine.stebel@biologie.uni sabine.stebel@biologie.uni--freiburg.de freiburg.de
VIROQUANT (Heidelberg) VIROQUANT (Heidelberg)
collaborations and a joint infrastructure between different collaborations and a joint infrastructure between different
universities, non universities, non--profit research institutes, and industrial profit research institutes, and industrial
companies in the field. A financial support for research units companies in the field. A financial support for research units
at four different locations was granted. at four different locations was granted. The The FORSYS FORSYS
Centers have received a total of Centers have received a total of € € 45 million funding for the 45 million funding for the
years 2007 up to 2011. years 2007 up to 2011.
The joint efforts of the members of the FORSYS Centers, The joint efforts of the members of the FORSYS Centers,
which have started their work in early 2007, have been which have started their work in early 2007, have been
assisted by another BMBF initiative, named FORSYS assisted by another BMBF initiative, named FORSYS
Partner, in early 2008. Establishing the FORSYS Partner Partner, in early 2008. Establishing the FORSYS Partner
program, the BMBF has set up program, the BMBF has set up additional additional extensive financial extensive financial
support for support for further systems further systems biology biology--related research related research
VIROQUANT (Heidelberg) VIROQUANT (Heidelberg)
Speaker Speaker: Prof. Dr. Jürgen : Prof. Dr. Jürgen Wolfrum Wolfrum
Coordination Coordination Office Office: Dr : Dr. Angela . Angela Oberthuer Oberthuer
BIOQUANT BIOQUANT
Am Am Neuenheimer Neuenheimer Feld 267 Feld 267
DD--69210 Heidelberg 69210 Heidelberg
Germany Germany
+49 +49- -6221 6221--5451 5451--204 204
angela.oberthuer@bioquant angela.oberthuer@bioquant--uni uni--heidelberg heidelberg..
MaCS MaCS (Magdeburg) (Magdeburg)
SS f f f f
support for support for further systems further systems biology biology related research related research
approaches of 10 selected FORSYS cooperation partner approaches of 10 selected FORSYS cooperation partner
groups and of 13 young scientists groups. The support of groups and of 13 young scientists groups. The support of
young young scientists scientists and their groups has been a key element of and their groups has been a key element of
the FORSYS initiative funded by the BMBF. the FORSYS initiative funded by the BMBF.
Moreover, Moreover, the FORSYS the FORSYS and FORSYS Partner and FORSYS Partner programs programs
include include means to optimize the training and teaching of means to optimize the training and teaching of
students. students. E.g. E.g., both programs promote , both programs promote the development and the development and
set set up of dedicated Master up of dedicated Master programs for students, who have programs for students, who have
started started to study systems biology in Germany. to study systems biology in Germany.
In details, FORSYS In details, FORSYS consists of four unaffiliated research consists of four unaffiliated research
units which are located at the cities of units which are located at the cities of Freiburg (FRISYS) Freiburg (FRISYS)
Speaker Speaker: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang : Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Marwan Marwan
Coordination Coordination Office Office: Dr : Dr. Susanne . Susanne Hollmann Hollmann
University University of of Magdeburg Magdeburg
Institut Institut fuer fuer Mathematische Optimierung Mathematische Optimierung
Universitätsplatz 2 Universitätsplatz 2
DD--39106 Magdeburg 39106 Magdeburg
Germany Germany
+49 +49- -391 391--67118555 67118555
susanne.hollmann@ovgu.de susanne.hollmann@ovgu.de
Go GoFORSYS FORSYS (Potsdam (Potsdam- -Golm Golm))
S k P f D S k P f D L th L th Will it Will it
units, which are located at the cities of units, which are located at the cities of Freiburg (FRISYS), Freiburg (FRISYS),
Heidelberg (VIROQUANT), Magdeburg ( Heidelberg (VIROQUANT), Magdeburg (MaCS MaCS), ), and and
Potsdam Potsdam--Golm Golm ( (Go GoFORSYS FORSYS) near Berlin. Members of the ) near Berlin. Members of the
FORSYS Partner program are spatially distributed over FORSYS Partner program are spatially distributed over
Germany. Germany.
The scientific speaker of the FORSYS and The scientific speaker of the FORSYS and the FORSYS the FORSYS
Partner initiative is Prof. Dr. Roland Partner initiative is Prof. Dr. Roland Eils Eils..
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Speaker: Prof. Dr. Lothar Lothar Willmitzer Willmitzer
Coordination Coordination Office Office: Dr : Dr. Claudia Falter . Claudia Falter
University University of of Potsdam Potsdam
c/o MPI c/o MPI for for Molecular Molecular Plant Plant Physiology Physiology
Am Am Muehlenberg Muehlenberg 11
DD--14476 Potsdam 14476 Potsdam--Golm Golm
Germany Germany
+49 +49- -331 331--567 567--8470 8470
falter@mpimp falter@mpimp--golm.mpg.de golm.mpg.de
FORSYS FORSYS & FORSYS & FORSYS Partner (Heidelberg) Partner (Heidelberg)
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Coordination Coordination Office Office: PD : PD Dr. Klaus Dr. Klaus--Peter Michel Peter Michel
German German Cancer Cancer Research Center Research Center
Theoretical Theoretical Bioinformatics Bioinformatics Abt. B080 Abt. B080
Am Am Neuenheimer Neuenheimer Feld 580 Feld 580
DD--69210 Heidelberg 69210 Heidelberg
Germany Germany
+49 +49- -6221 6221--42 42--3602 3602
k.michel@dkfz.de k.michel@dkfz.de
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Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
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Heidelberg University
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Heidelberg University is one of the top-ranking
locations in the world of international science
and scholarship. We invite you to become familiar
with its numerous opportunities for young
researchers.
We ofer attractive fellowships for gifted doctoral
candidates and well-paid positions to talented
postdocs and junior research group leaders in
diverse research felds such as life sciences,
natural sciences, and arts and humanities.
Moreover, the central university facilities ofer
extensive support to all young researchers in
areas such as research funding for interdisciplin-
ary projects, special incentives for female
researchers, training in soft skills, leadership and
didactics, and support for young families.
We look forward to meeting you!
Heidelberg, Germany
3500
3000
27500
Germany
all
Graduate Academy Service Point:
Janelle Ramaley, Chiara Rottaro and Katja
Goetzen
Kettengasse 12
69117 Heidelberg
Germany
+49 (0) 6221 543958
+49 (0) 6221 542877
graduateacademy@zuv.uni-heidelberg.de
http://www.uni-heidelberg.de
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www.uni-heidelberg.de The Future. Since 1386
Excellent Opportunities for Young Researchers
• Founded in 1386
• Top ranked European university
• Attractive doctoral and postdoc positions for young
researchers in all felds
• Faculty and students from over 130 countries
• Located in a lively university town with international
fair at the foot of the famous Heidelberg Castle
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Helmholtz Association
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
Six major research felds span the Association’s
Research Centres: Energy, Earth and Environment,
Health, Key Technologies, Structure of Matter,
Transport and Space
15 Research Centres throughout Germany
28000
4000
Germany
All nationalities welcome, knowledge of german
language not obligatory
scientifc excellence, knowledge of english
language
http://www.helmholtz.de/jobs
Helmholtz-Association of German Research
Centres
SpreePalais am Dom
Anna-Louisa-Karsch-Straße 2
10178 Berlin
Germany
+49 (0)30 206329-0
+49 (0)30 206329-60
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•We contribute to solving the grand challenges which face
society, science and industry by performing top-rate
research in strategic programmes in the felds of Energy,
Earth and Environment, Health, Key Technologies, Structure
of Matter, Transport and Space.
•We research systems of great complexity with our large
scale facilities and scientifc infrastructures, cooperating
closely with national and international partners.
ReseaRch centRes
MIssIOn OF the heLMhOLtZ assOcIatIOn
•We contribute to shaping our future by combining
research and technology development with perspec-
tives for innovative applications and provisions for
tomorrow’s world.
HELMHOLTZ ASSOCIATION OF
GERMAN RESEARCH CENTRES

RESEARCH WITH AN IMPACT
www.helmholtz.de/jobs
Berlin
Bonn
GKSS Research Centre Geesthacht
www.gkss.de
Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron
DESY www.desy.de
Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and
Marine Research www.awi.de
Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und
Raumfahrt www.dlr.de
Forschungszentrum Jülich
www.fz-juelich.de
helmholtz head Offce Bonn
www.helmholtz.de
GSI Helmholtz Centre for Heavy
Ion Research www.gsi.de
German Cancer Research Center
www.dkfz.de
Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe
www.fzk.de
Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research
www.helmholtz-hzi.de
Max Delbrueck Center for Molecular Medicine
(MDC) Berlin-Buch www.mdc-berlin.de
helmholtz head Offce Berlin
www.helmholtz.de
Helmholtz Centre Berlin for Materials
and Energy www.helmholtz-berlin.de
Helmholtz Centre Potsdam
GFZ German Research Centre for
Geosciences www.gfz-potsdam.de
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental
Research – UFZ www.ufz.de
Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics
(Associated Member) www.ipp.mpg.de
Helmholtz Centre Munich
German Research Center for Environmental
Health www.helmholtz-muenchen.de
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Hessen Universities
Consortium
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Academic
Art History, Biology, Biotechnology, Business
Administration, Chemistry, Computer Science,
Economics, Environmental Studies, Food
Sciences, Geography, Geography, German
Studies, Law, Life Sciences, Mathematics, Music,
Pharmacology, Product Design, Psychology,
Social Sciences, Theology, Visual Communication,
and Viticulture/Enology
We represent the 12 public higher education
institutions in Hessen, Germany, we share the
goals of welcoming international students and
scholars to Hessen and building ties to academic
institutions in the United States and around the
world.
The airport in Frankfurt, the largest in mainland
Europe, is the entry point for most visitors to the
State of Hessen, which ofers both major
metropolitan areas with large international
populations as well as traditional villages and
beautiful countryside. Cities in Hessen with
higher education institutions include Darmstadt,
Frankfurt, Friedberg, Fulda, Giessen, Kassel,
Marburg, Ofenbach, and Wiesbaden.
3000
150000
Germany
Openings for/in: Professors, assistant professors,
research associates, lecturers, administrators.
Megan Brenn
Executive Director
+1 212-758-3408
mbrennwhite@hessen-universities.org
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Hessen  
Universities  
Consortium  
New York 
www.hessen‐universities.org
   
 
 
Welcome to Hessen, a high‐tech state with tradition 
in the heart of Germany and Europe! With over 
3,000 professors, 150,000 students, and a higher 
education landscape that rewards talent, creativity, 
and drive, opportunities for you abound.  
 
> Think about research at one of our leading 
universities – we are looking for top international 
talent. 
> Imagine teaching at a cutting edge school of art 
and design or in the headquarters of European 
finance. 
> Grow your skills with a Master’s Course – in 
English! – in subjects from Viticulture to 
Information Technology. 
 
Come learn about what Hessen can offer you at the 
European Career Fair.  Representatives from the 
Justus Liebig University University of Giessen and 
the Hessen Universities Consortium office in New 
York City will be on hand to greet you. 
 
 
 
                           
    

Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Holst Centre
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
Sensors & Actuators / Micropower / Digital Signal
Processing / Wireless / Integration
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
135
15
15
The Netherlands
40
15
3
No preference
Depending on job opening.
Margot Nijkamp-Diesfeldt - HR Director
High Tech Campus 31
5656 AE Eindhoven
The Netherlands
+31.40.2774000
+31.40.2746300
Margot.Nijkamp@imec-nl.nl
http://www.holstcentre.com
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The Holst Centre is Europe’s newest research & development centre with a
mutual participation from IMEC and TNO. We are looking for people who
want to be part of creating the future. Join us to work on tomorrow’s
challenges today. You are a creative, energetic person that wants to develop
new ways to use technology in our everyday lives. But technology is not
enough. Become part of the team that looks at trends and shapes them in
to business opportunities.
The Holst Centre performs R&D in the field of wireless autonomous
microsystems and systems-in-foil. Within our creative atmosphere, you will
be part of a team of people who love research and the potential it has to
enable the products that will be marketed 3 to 10 years from today.
The future belongs to those who create it
Innovators | Inventors | Investigators | Dreamers | Doers | Discoverers
These are the people who create the future!
For job openings please check our website www.holstcentre.com
Stichting IMEC
Margot Nijkamp / HR Director
Phone: +31.40.2774006
margot.nijkamp@imec-nl.nl
TNO Science and Industry
Jos Gobbels / Recruitment Consultant
Phone: +31.40.2650268
jos.gobbels@tno.nl
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Hyphen Projects
Preferred backgrounds
Funding
Explore your career opportunities in the Nether-
lands from 25 – 29 May 2009 via the International
Talent Programme for Life Sciences & Health!
Up to 50 persons will be selected for the
programme. The participants will receive a travel
bursary and a free stay during 25 to 29 May 2009
in The Netherlands.
The Netherlands
The Netherlands
50
50
Candidates we are looking for are excellent MSc
or PhD students or graduates in Life Sciences &
Health. Students should graduate no later than
September 2009. You live outside the Nether-
lands, but you are seriously interested in pursuing
a career in the Netherlands.
Niels Wheeler
Hyphen Projects
P.O. Box 1858
1200 BW
Hilversum
The Netherlands
+31 35 623 07 81
n.wheeler@hyphenprojects.nl
http://www.BCFevent.nl/international
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Explore your career opportunities in the Dutch Life Sciences sector!
Programme:
25 May: Welcome & Reception
26 May: Site visits to Life Sciences hot spots
27 May: Site visits to Life Sciences hot spots
28 May: BCF Event (Life Sciences career fair) incl. Job interviews with employers
29 May: Closing day/individual programme
Up to 50 high potentials will be selected for:
Free participation
VIP treatment
Travel bursary
Free hotel and meals
Travel expenses up to € 650 will be reimbursed for residents outside Europe
and up to € 250 for residents in Europe.





International Talent Programme for Life Sciences & Health
25 - 29 May 2009, the Netherlands
And empowered by:
www.lifescienceshealth.nl www.academictransfer.nl
Eligible participants are:
MSc and PhD (students), post-docs and other young scientists with background in Life Sciences & Health
Seriously interested in a job/career in the Netherlands
Resident outside the Netherlands
Students should obtain their degree no later than September 2009




This programme is oered to you by:
For more information, conditions and registration: www.BCFevent.nl/international
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
ICIQ (Institute of chemical
research of Catalonia)
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
Chemistry
Tarragona (Spain)
190
47
50
Spain
12
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Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ)
Av. Països Catalans, 16
43007-Tarragona
Spain
+34 977 920 200
+34 977 920 200
strategicarea@iciq.es
http://www.iciq.es
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Institute of Chemical Research
of Catalonia (ICIQ)
Catalysis
•! Homogeneous Catalysis
•! Heterogeneous Catalysis
•! Supramolecular Catalysis
Renewable Energies and Environmental
Research
•! Light Emitting Molecular Devices
•! Artificial Photosynthesis
•! Design of Sensing and Scavenging Methods
for Target Pollutants
•! Capture, Abatement and Utilization of
Greenhouse Gases
Nanoscience
•! Design of Sensors and Probes
•! Drug Delivery Systems
•! Design of New Materials
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
IMDEA
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
Research of excellence and technology transfer in
Materials Science and Engineering
Madrid (Spain)
17
5
5
Spain
All nationalities
IMDEA MATERIALS
C/Profesor Aranguren s/n
28040 Madrid
Spain
+34 91 549 34 22
+34 91 550 30 02
jobs.materiales@imdea.org
http://www.imdea.org/en/IMDEA/tabid/151/
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Advanced Metallic Alloys Structural Composites
Microstructural
Characterization
Mechanical
Characterization
Simulation in Materials
Engineering
Metallic
alloys
for high
temperature
structural
applications
Light
Metallic
alloys
Structural
composites
Nano-
composites
IMDEA Materials: Encompassing Research of Excellence and Technology Transfer
Objective
Attract 100 talented researchers at all levels (senior, junior, post-doctoral and graduate students) to carry out
research of excellence and technology transfer in an international environment to carry out research of excellence
and technology transfer in Materials Science and Engineering in an international environment.
Means
• State-of-the-art research laboratories: (Processing of nanocomposites; Processing of advanced structural
materials; Chemical and microstructural characterization; Micro- and nano-mechanics; Mechanical
characterization; Computational materials science)
• Multisdisciplinary research environment.
• Support of technical staff.
• Efficient and flexible management structure.
• Flexible retribution scheme.
Research areas
Applied research
(encompassing the midterm interest of industrial partners)
• Processing techniques, design and application of advanced structural materials in the aerospace, automotive
and energy generation sectors.
Basic research
(topics in the forefront of scientific and technological research linked to the applied research lines to provide
long-term technological leadership)
• Hybrid structural materials on different scales of integration.
• Smart structural materials.
• Tailored materials (biomimetics, microstructural optimization, self-assembly).
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Natural sciences
INRIA
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
Computer Science and Control
Paris, Rennes, Nancy, Grenoble, Sophia, Orsay,
Lille, Bordeaux
3800
France
150
25
600
15
Annick Theis-Viémont
PO Box 105
78153 LE CHESNAY CEDEX
France
33 1 39 63 53 78
Annick.Theis-Viemont@inria.fr
http://www.inria.fr
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INRIA in France is at the heart of information society and is offering
an outstanding environment for research in exciting scientific fields:
Networks, software security, complex systems, simulation,
virtual reality, modelling living systems.
INRIA is the French National Institute for Research in Computer
Science and Control. 3,800 people, including 2,900 scientists
(INRIA and partners), work in our research centres, located
in 7 different regions of France.
I n 2008, INRIA offer
600 positions within cutting
edge international research team.
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Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
INSERM
Preferred backgrounds
Chem./Pharma/Biotech
Bio- Medicine
France
13000
France
100
60
40
All nationalities welcome
Scientifc Excellence, Innovative orientation,
creativity, capacity for teamwork...
Dr Richard SALIVES
Inserm - DRH
Mission Chercheurs
101 rue de Tolbiac
75654 Paris Cedex 13
France
+ 33 1 44 23 62 32
+ 33 1 44 23 62 93
richard.salives@inserm.fr
http://www.inserm.fr
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(Junior Faculty)
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Locations
Focus
Type
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Justus Liebig University
Giessen
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Justus Liebig University, founded in 1607, is a
modern university with an international spirit and
welcomes fresh ideas and innovation. A unique
range of subjects and numerous programs of
international cooperation in the areas of research,
teaching and study testify to JLU’s competitive-
ness on both the national and the international
levels.
Giessen, Germany
1200
22000
Germany
20
5
Open to all nationalities.
We encourage applications from graduate
students who have or expect to obtain a frst or
upper second class honours M.A.-degree (or
equivalent). Fluency in either English or German
is required.
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Maison (GGL)
Dr. Martin Zierold (GCSC)
Dr. Sonja Altnöder (IPP)
Justus Liebig University Giessen
Ludwigstraße 23
35390 Gießen
Germany
www.uni-giessen.de/gcsc
www.uni-giessen.de/ggl
+49 (0) 6 41-99-3 00 41
+49 (0) 641-99-3 00 49
gcsc@uni-giessen.de
http://www.uni-giessen.de
196
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Name
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(Junior Faculty)
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The GCSC
As a pioneering model of graduate studies, the
GCSC is ranked among the very few German
“centres of excellence” funded by the German
Research Foundation (DFG). We have developed
a holistic approach to graduate education to
provide optimum conditions for PhD candidates
in the humanities and social sciences.
Justus Liebig University Giessen
Ludwigstraße 23, 35390 Gießen, Germany
phone: +49 (0) 6 41-99-3 00 41
fax: +49 (0) 641-99-3 00 49
e-mail GCSC: gcsc@uni-giessen.de
e-mail GGL: office@ggl.uni-giessen.de
www.uni-giessen.de/gcsc
www.uni-giessen.de/ggl
The GGL
The GGL provides an interdisciplinary, concisely
structured graduate program for all life science
disciplines at Justus Liebig University, i.e. in
the fields of Human and Veterinary Medicine,
Psychology, Biology, Chemistry, Nutrition and
Agriculture. We offer a three-year curriculum
with a well-balanced training program designed
for interdisciplinary research in life sciences as
well as career support.
Join an Excellent Team!
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Karlsruhe Institute of
Technology
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Natural Sciences, Engineering
Karlsruhe/ Germany
8000
16000
19000
Germany
20
20
5
5
any
Research/Teaching/Practical Experience
Mrs. Julia Fritz
Mrs. Dorothee Sommer
Mrs. Britta Bergfeldt
Mr. Achim Niessen
International Ofce
Universität Karlsruhe (TH)
Adenauerring 2
D-76128 Karlsruhe
Germany
+49-(0)721 608 4948
+49-(0)721 608 4918
achim.niessen@aaa.uni-karlsruhe.de
http://www.kit.edu - www.uni-karlsruhe.de
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(Junior Faculty)
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(bachelor/master)
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Studies and Research
at one of Germany`s
Elite-Universities

• International Orientation • Top Level Research • Campus University •
• excellent job prospects • Joint Degrees with international partners •
• in the heart of Europe close to Alsace and Black Forest •
• among the most dynamic European regions •
• Sports and cultural events •
www.uni-karlsruhe.de
There are many good reasons to join Universität Karlsruhe (TH)
as a student, for research or as an academic teacher.
Interested?
Logon to www.aaa.uni-karlsruhe.de
Universität Karlsruhe (TH) • Kaiserstraße 12 • D - 76128 Karlsruhe • Germany
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Katholieke Universiteit
Leuven
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Biomedical Sciences - Physical Sciences and (Bio-)
Engineering - Social Sciences and Humanities
Leuven, Belgium
8017
Belgium
Veronique Roedolf
HR management, recruitment, career manage-
ment
Parijsstraat 72b
B-3000 Leuven
Belgium
+32-16-328376
veronique.roedolf@pers.kuleuven.be
http://www.kuleuven.be
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Address
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Type
Employer profle
Discover yourself.
Start with the world.
www.kuleuven.be/english/
Uni ver si t y of Leuven
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Kiel University
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Kiel University, founded in 1665, mainly focuses
on marine sciences, life sciences, nanosciences.
The Baltic is also the point of crystallization in the
felds of the humanities, social sciences, law and
economics.
Kiel is the state capital of Schleswig-Holstein and
a special city: Its charm is enhanced by its long
tradition as a port and nautical center.
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2200
22000
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Dr. Ingmar Schmidt
Research Afairs, Structural Development,
Technology Transfer, EDP-Organisation
Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Dr. Ingmar Schmidt
Olshausenstraße 40
24118 Kiel
Germany
+49 431 880-3050
+49 431 880-3394
ingmar.schmidt@uv. uni-kiel.de
http://www.uni-kiel.de
202
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E-mail
Fax
Telephone
Address
Name
Contact information
Senior/executive
positions (Senior
Faculty)
Entry level positions
(Junior Faculty)
Graduate level openings
Recruiting profle
Students
Grad students
Employees (faculty)
Locations
Focus
Type
Employer profle
university on the baltic
The »FUTURE OCEAN« cluster of excellence started in 2006. This cluster
investigates the changes in the oceans including risks and opportunities. The
scope of research covers fields such as ocean acidification, marine genetic
and microbiological resources and gas hydrates as possible energy sources
of the future. These fields are to be subjected to integrative, comprehensive
and multidisciplinary investigations using marine biological, economic, legal
and medical approaches as well as innovative technologies in oceanic observa-
tion. Kiel University cooperated closely with the Leibniz Institute of Marine
Sciences (IFM-GEOMAR) to develop this cluster, for which the Kiel Institute
for the World Economy (IfW) and the Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts have
also been attracted as partners. www.future-ocean.de
»INFLAMMATION AT INTERFACES«, the second cluster of excellence, brings
together medicine, biology, nutritional and agricultural sciences to investigate
how skin and mucous membranes of humans and animals react to process-
es of inflammation. Some 130 scientists will join forces to identify the disor-
ders at biological barriers. Research will include neurological and immunol-
ogical topics, cancer research, nutrition research and genetic adaptations of
pathogens. Thiscluster of excellence is a joint effort of the Christian-Albrechts-
Universität zu Kiel and Lübeck University, together with the Research Center
Borstel. www.inflammation-at-interfaces.de
main scientific programmes
The »HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IN LANDSCAPES« graduate school devotes
itself to multidisciplinary research into the interaction of humans and their
environment. Research focuses on landscape as a dynamic space of social,
cultural and ecological significance and brings together archaeologists, cli-
matologists, social scientists and historians. Multidisciplinary PhDtheses will
spur on progress in fields such as archaeo-informatics and the cultural an-
thropological interpretation of materialistic culture. The school intends to test
a wide variety of approaches and to combine methods and mindsets that
have been worlds apart until now. In this graduate school, Kiel University
is cooperating with the Leibniz Institute for Science Education (IPN) and the
Archaeological State Museum Schleswig-Holstein. www.uni-kiel.de/landscapes
Main objective of the German Excellence Initiative is to strengthen international competitiveness and visibi-
lity of science and research in Germany; a total budget of 1.9 billion Euro will be spend until 2012. Kiel Uni-
versity is a mediumsized traditional university in the North of Germany. Within the Excellence Initiative Kiel
University – together with regional partner institutions – has been awarded two multidisciplinary Clusters
of Excellence and one Graduate School where ongoing job announcements, especially for young scientists
and graduate students, are available.
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Engineering
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Natural sciences
LMU Munich
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
LMU is one of the leading research universities in
Europe and has been selected as a “university of
excellence” within the Excellence Initiative, a
competition launched by the German govern-
ment to promote top-level university research. It
ofers an extensive array of courses covering all
areas of knowledge, whether law, economics,
sociology, humanities and culture studies or
medicine and the sciences. Graduate and
doctoral students and post-docs enjoy a wide
variety of training options, especially but not only
in the 3 “clusters of excellence”, cutting-edge
research groups, in the life sciences, high energy
physics and nanosciences. Eminent junior
academics are supported in diferent ways, e.g. by
promoting women academics on their paths to
professorship and assisting dual career couples.
Munich, Germany
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Andrea Adam
Executive Director
German University Alliance
871 United Nations Plaza
New York, NY 10017
USA
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LMU Munich –
one of Europe’s leading research universities
with over 500 years of tradition
www.en.lmu.de
We put our faith in imagination, open minds and
creative intelligence. Apply to LMU Munich.
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LMU Munich –
one of Europe’s leading research universities
with over 500 years of tradition
www.en.lmu.de
We put our faith in imagination, open minds and
creative intelligence. Apply to LMU Munich.
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Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
M2i (Materials Innovation
Institute)
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
Working on breakthroughs in the application of a
wide range of materials: metals, polymers,
composites, laminates, hybrid materials, ceramics,
technical textile and glass.
At universities in Delft, Eindhoven, Enschede,
Groningen, Nijmegen, Aachen, Cambridge,
Oxford, Berlin, Leuven.
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excellent command of English
good communication skills
Monika Hoekstra, HR Manager
Monica Reulink , Recruitment Coordinator
Mekelweg 2
2628 CD Delft
The Netherlands
+31-15-2782535
+31-15-2782591
hrm@m2i.nl
http:// www.m2i.nl
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Name
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qualifcations
Graduate level openings
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Students
Grad students
Employees (faculty)
Locations
Focus
Type
Employer profle
Industry / product
Areas of research:
Locations:
Number of positions:
Preferred degree / major:
Openings in:
Additional job
qualifcations:
Company website:
Recruitment contact:
Telephone/email:
Materials innovation institute (M2i) is one of the leading technology
institutes in the Netherlands that was founded in 1997. M2i is a public-
private partnership between the Dutch government, industry and
knowledge institutes in the Netherlands and Europe. M2i conducts
fundamental and applied research in the felds of structural and
functional materials. By working closely together with high level
academic and industrial partners, the institute delivers new materials
for economic growth of the Dutch industry and for creating a
sustainable society.
Working on breakthroughs in the application of a wide range of
materials: metals, polymers, composites, laminates, hybrid materials,
ceramics, technical textile and glass.
The areas of research program:
• Virtual shaping and testing
• Multi-scale fundamentals of materials
• Processing technologies of functional materials
• High-performance light-weight materials
• Tailor-made high-performance steels
• Durability
• Surfaces, interfaces and thin flms
• Advanced joining and disassembly
At universities in Delft, Eindhoven, Enschede, Groningen, Nijmegen,
Aachen, Cambridge, Oxford, Berlin, Leuven.
50 (and more) per year
• Materials Science & Engineering
• Solid State Physics
• Metallurgy
• Transport Phenomena
• Solid or Fluid Mechanics
• Applied Physics
• Mathematics
• Mechanical, Civil, Chemical Engineering
Continuous vacancies as PhD researcher and / or Post Doctoral
researcher
Outstanding grades
Excellent command of English
www.m2i.nl
Monika Hoekstra – HR Manager
Monica Reulink, Recruitment Coordinator M2i
Mekelweg 2, 2628 CD Delft, The Netherlands
+31 (0)15-278 2535
hrm@m2i.nl
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Max Planck Institute of
Economics
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
The Max Planck Institute of Economics researches
change in modern economies. It is organized into
three units: Evolutionary Economics; Strategic
Interaction; Entrepreneurship, Growth and Public
Policy
In Jena, right at the heart of Germany. Jena is a
traditional university city with over 20.000
students and a culturally rich environment.
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We are constantly looking for strong Ph.D.
candidates and post-doctoral applicants from
economics and other related disciplines.
Ph.D. candidates can enroll in one of three
graduate programs:
•“International Max Planck Research School on
Adapting Behavior in a Fundamentally Uncertain
World” (http://www.imprs.econ.mpg.de/)
•Jena Graduate School “Human Behavior in Social
and Economic Change”
•Jena Graduate College “The Economics of
Innovative Change”
Madeleine Schmidt
Max Planck Institute of Economics
Kahlaische Straße 10
07745 Jena
Germany
+49-3641-686-701
+49-3641-686-990
schmidt@econ.mpg.de
http://www.econ.mpg.de/english/
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Who we are:
Located at the heart of Germany, the Max Planck Institute of Economics in Jena
conducts research on a broad set of issues relating to change in modern
economies, including evolutionary economics, experimental economics, and
entrepreneurship.
The institute is part of the Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science.
The Max Planck Society employs more than 12,000 staff members and 9,100
Ph.D. students, post-docs, guest scientists and researchers, and student
assistants. It maintains 80 institutes and research facilities in the natural sciences,
life sciences, social sciences, and the humanities.
What we offer:
- An excellent working environment and top-notch research facilities
- Co-operation with educational and research institutions throughout the world
- Ph.D. candidates can enroll in one of three different graduate programs
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Max Planck Society
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
Astronomy, Chemistry, Physics, Material Sciences,
Mathematics, Computer Sciences, Geosciences,
Plant Sciences, Biology, Biophysics, Molecular
Biology, Genetics, Medicine, Neurosciences, Law,
Social Sciences, Humanities
All over Germany
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Germany
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any
Excellent track record
Dr. Michaela Zimmermann
Ms. Ilka Schiessler
International Max Planck Research Schools:
http://www.imprs.mpg.de
Job opportunities:
http://www.mpg.de/english/careerOpportuni-
ties/index.html
http://www.mpg.de
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Employees (faculty)
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International
Max Planck Research Schools
in Germany
Earn your Ph. D. i n an exci t i ng research envi ronment
www. mpg. de
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
MIT-Portugal
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
The MIT-Portugal Program is an international
collaboration seeking to demonstrate that an
investment in science, technology and higher
education can have a positive, lasting impact on
the economy by addressing key societal issues
through quality education and research in the
emerging feld of engineering systems. The
program has targeted bio-engineering systems,
engineering design and advanced manufactur-
ing, sustainable energy systems, and transporta-
tion systems and as key areas for economic
development and societal impact.
A goal of the MIT Portugal Program is to educate
a new generation of leaders in aspects of the
emerging feld of Engineering Systems. Engineer-
ing Systems integrates engineering, management
sciences, economics, and policy in order to better
understand, design, and implement the highly
complex, technology-based systems upon which
society is increasingly dependent.
MIT Portugal Program degrees are granted in
association with the respective Portuguese
participating institutions.
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Joshua S. Jacobs, Ph.D.
Director of Education
MIT Portugal Program
Av. Antonio Jose de Almeida, 12
1000-043 Lisboa
Portugal
+351 21 841 98 34
+351 21 849 61 56
jsjacobs@MIT.EDU
http://www.mitportugal.org
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(Junior Faculty)
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Grad students
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Make your next step with the best of European and MIT
experience in research education: the MIT Portugal Program
The MIT Portugal Program is a large-scale international collaboration involving MIT and
universities and industry in Portugal.
The Program offers PhD, Advanced Study and Masters degrees in four Engineering Systems
fields: bio-engineering systems, engineering design and advanced manufacturing,
sustainable energy systems, and transportation systems.
These international English-language degrees are delivered by a consortium of Portuguese
universities. MIT faculty provide direct lecturing and co-advise PhD students.
Full details at: www.mitportugal.org
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Münster University of
Applied Sciences (MUAS)
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Education
Applied Research
International Cooperation
Münster and Steinfurt
731
603
9213
Germany
Beatrix Langer
Hüferstiftung 27
48149 Münster
Germany
0049 251 83 64706
0049 251 83 64707
langerb@fh-muenster.de
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Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
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NATO C3 Agency
Preferred backgrounds
Engineering
The Leader in C4ISR Research, Development and
Acquisition for NATO
The Hague, The Netherlands & Brussels, Belgium
700
The Netherlands
10
Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech Republic,
Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece,
Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania,
Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland,
Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain,
Turkey, United Kingdom, United States
Gulumser Kaplan
Oude Waalsdorperweg 61
2597 AK The Hague
The Netherlands
0031703743210
0031743219
gulumser.kaplan@nc3a.nato.int
http://www.nc3a.nato.int
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Postal Address
P. O. Box 174.
2501 CD The Hague
The Netherlands
OPPORTUNITIES:
For job seekers
We are a strategy-focused organization, with every one
of our 600+ sta committed to achieving an exceptional
standard of excellence. We oer the opportunity to work
on leading-edge technologies in state-of-the-art facilities
and to engage in multinational procurement and research
that contributes directly to bringing security and stability.
We hire only the best, and provide the environment and
leadership to coalesce our workforce into one unbiased,
impartial and dedicated team.
With roots going back over 50 years, the NC3A supports NATO’s political and military objectives through the seamless
provision of unbiased scientic support and common funded acquisition of Consultation, Command, Control,
Communications, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) capabilities.
Close to 60 000 NATO troops on missions in Afghanistan, the Balkans and Iraq depend on systems developed or procured
by the Agency. In 2007, the Agency’s procurement for the Alliance and on behalf of nations amounted to approximately
350 million euros.
The Agency is involved in all stages of capability development and procurement, from concepts and requirements denition,
to contracting and delivering systems to the eld.
We are a non-prot organization and 100% customer-funded, meaning our customers (NATO, its nations and bodies) are
our only source of operating revenue.
What do we oer?
t A challenging working atmosphere in an international
community
t An opportunity to work with highly qualied sta from
all NATO nations in modern facilities, with well-equipped
laboratories and access to state-of-the-art equipment
t Tax free salary with additional allowances and
entitlements subject to eligibility
t Excellent private health insurance scheme
t 30 days annual leave; home leave, removal assistance,
etc.
t Learning and Development opportunities
t A non-smoking working environment
Visit Address
Oude Waalsdorperweg 61
2597 AK The Hague
The Netherlands
Tel.: +31 70 374 3000
Fax: +31 70 374 3239
www.nc3a.nato.int
Recruitment@nc3a.nato.int
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
NKI (Netherlands Cancer
Institute)
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
basic, translational and clinical cancer research
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
450
60
107
The Netherlands
10
10
Henri van Luenen, PhD
Director of Operations
Plesmanlaan 121
1066 CX Amsterdam
The Netherlands
+31 20 512 2097
+31 20 699 1383
h.v.luenen@nki.nl
http://www.nki.nl
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Interviews only,
no booth at fair
The Netherlands Cancer Institute
Today’s research,
for tomorrow’s cure
The Netherlands Cancer Institute is an independent research institute located in the lively city of
Amsterdam. The Institute covers all major areas of molecular and cellular cancer biology, with special
emphasis on mouse tumor models, functional screens, cancer cell biology and translational research.
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Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Otto von Guericke
University of Magdeburg
Preferred backgrounds
Academic, Research Institute
The Otto von Guericke University of Magdeburg
has a distinctive profle. It aims to cut a clear and
efciently-structured fgure with its main focus of
expertise in the traditional areas of engineering,
the natural sciences and medical research and
medical care. It also views economics and
management as well as the arts and humanities
as essential disciplines for a modern university in
the information age. In the spirit of Otto von
Guericke, after whom it is named, the University
sees its prime task as raising the standard of
education and scholarship through teaching and
research.
Our University is a community of staf and
students and is based on openness, trust,
tolerance and co-operation. The University is
made up of nine faculties, the administration, the
Vice-Chancellor’s ofce and central services.
Magdeburg
4500
900
13500
Germany
Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Vice
President of Research
Universitätsplatz 2
D-39106 Magdeburg
Germany
+49 391 6718540
+49 391 6711133
rf@ovgu.de
http://www.ovgu.de
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Radboud University
Nijmegen Medical Centre
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Research at the Radboud University Nijmegen
Medical Centre is focused on the molecular
mechanisms underlying human diseases.
Fundamental research and clinical sciences are
integrated in development of innovative
diagnosis and treatment modalities.
400
8900
Nijmegen, The Netherlands
3000
The Netherlands
40
80
50
25
The Medical centre’s four concern competencies
are: Cooperativeness, Integrity, Self management,
Customer oriented attitude
Mrs. Maret Kloek, campus recruiter
Mrs. Marly Korsten, HRM ofcer
Prof. Rene Bindels, Physiology Department
Geert Grooteplein-Zuid 10
6525 GA Nijmegen
The Netherlands
P.O. Box 9101
6500 HB Nijmegen
The Netherlands
+31 (024) 361 11 11
+31 (024) 354 05 76
m.kloek@sb.umcn.nl
http://www.umcn.nl
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www.umcn.nl www.RU.nl www.ncmls.nl
www.ebp-umcn.org www.ru.nl3neuroscience
More than 8,000 staff and 2,500 students are committed and ambitious, helping
to shape the future of healthcare and medical science.
Nijmegen, ‘the city of knowledge’, offers international students, PhD students and
post-docs a unique research infrastructure, as well as excellent facilities in
housing, sports, and social life.

NJKMLMLN, Nhe Netherlands
Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre is a leading academic centre with
expertise in medical science and health care. Knowledge, co-operative networks
and an integrated research approach play an essential part in our organisation
and connects research, education and patient care.
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
RWTH Aachen University
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
RWTH Aachen is excellent in the felds of science
and engineering education, and provides
distinguished education in a wide range of
subjects, with an emphasis on intensive interac-
tion between all disciplines.
Aachen, Germany
2500
7000
30000
Germany
40
100
20
5
Dr. Heide Naderer
International Ofce
RWTH Aachen University
52056 Aachen
Germany
+49-241-8090660
+49-241-8092662
international@rwth-aachen.de
http://www.rwth-aachen.de
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(bachelor/master)
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www.rwth-aachen.de
RWTH Aachen University is the largest university of
technology in Germany and one of the most renow-
ned in Europe. It was founded in 1870 as a Polytech-
nic Institute.
Today the number of institutes, teaching and re-
search areas exeed 260. RWTH Aachen University
currently has around 30,000 enrolled students, most
of them in engineering. Every year, numerous inter-
national students and scientists come to the university to benefit from its high quality
courses and excellent facilities, both of which are recognized on an international level.
Almost 5,600 international students from 130 countries are currently enrolled in under-
graduate, graduate and PhD programs.
The proximity of Aachen to the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg and the subse-
quent exposure to a variety of cultural heritages has placed the University in a unique
position with regard to the reflection and promotion of international aspects and inten-
sive interaction with other universities.
„RWTH Aachen University renders an excellence performance in research
and education which is renowned on an international level.“
RWTH Alumnus Dr.-Ing. Wendelin Wiedeking, President and CEO of Porsche AG
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
swissnex
Preferred backgrounds
Government
Bridging knowledge and competencies in
science, education, art and innovation between
Switzerland and the Greater Boston Area
Boston (San Fransisco, Singapore, Shanghai)
7
Switzerland
Anina Koeppli-Hitz
Consulate of Switzerland swissnex Boston
420 Broadway
Cambridge, MA 02138
USA
617 876 3076
617 876 3079
anina@swissnexboston.org
http://www.swissnexboston.org
226
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swissnex Boston acts as a transatlantic
networking platform for science and technology talents
Networking the Brain Hub
Get connected at one of our many events ranging from video
conferences and panel discussions to workshops and networking
receptions.
Keep in touch and sign up on our mailing list at
www.swissnexboston.org
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
swissuniversity.ch
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
swissuniversity.ch is the portal of the twelve Swiss
Doctoral Degree Awarding Universities, providing
basic information to all international students
who wish to study in Switzerland.
University of Basel
University of Bern
University of Fribourg
University of Geneva
University of Lausanne
University of Lucern
University of Lugano
University of Neuchatel
University of St.Gallen
University of Zurich
ETH Zurich, EPFL Lausan
Switzerland
Johanna Ziberi
International Relations’ Coordinator of
the Rectors’ Conference of Swiss Universities
CRUS and swissuniversity.ch
Postbox 607
3000 Bern 9
Switzerland
http://www.swissuniversity.ch
228
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Name
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Locations
Focus
Type
Employer profle
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Technische Universiteit
Eindhoven
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Applied Physics; Architecture; Biomedical
Engineering; Chemical Engineering; Electrical
Engineering; Industrial Design; Mathematics &
Computer Science; Mechanical Engineering; Inno-
vation Science & Industrial Engineering
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
3000
25000
7000
The Netherlands
175
30
20
Mrs. Marjo Hurkmans
Eindhoven University of Technology
Human Resources
P.O. Box 513
5600 MB Eindhoven
The Netherlands
+31 40 247 4163
jobs@tue.nl
http://www.tue.nl/jobs
230
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Address
Name
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positions (Senior
Faculty)
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(Junior Faculty)
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Recruiting profle
Students
Grad students
Employees (faculty)
Locations
Focus
Type
Employer profle
Where innovation starts
www.tue.nl/jobs
Focus on research
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
TNO
Preferred backgrounds
Academic, Research Institute
Quality of Life, Science and Technology, Built
Environment and Geosciences, Defence, Security
and Safety, Information and Communication
Technology
Twelve locations in the Netherlands and in
Belgium, China, Korea, France, Japan and United
States
4400
Belgium
20
320
335
10
none
Management/Orchestration capacity, Interper-
sonal efectiveness, Outward orientation, Attitude
to work,Vision//Perception.
Birgit Snelleman
TNO
Personnel and Organization Department
P.O. Box 6090
2600 JA Delft
The Netherlands
+31 15 269 48 24
+31 15 269 24 03
birgit.snelleman@tno.nl
http://www.tno.nl/careers
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qualifcations
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positions (Senior
Faculty)
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(Junior Faculty)
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(bachelor/master)
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Employees (faculty)
Locations
Focus
Type
Employer profle
My passion
Carrying out groundbreaking work. Pursuing new knowledge.
But using a targeted approach, so as to provide a link between scientific
knowledge and the client. Helping clients with practical, creative solutions which
they can actually put into use. That is my passion.
TNO.NL/careers
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Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
TU München (TUM)
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Technische Universität München (TUM) features a
strong, characteristic profle in the felds of
Science and Engineering. Alongside the tradi-
tional key areas addressed by Technical Universi-
ties, powerful links have been also established
with the Life Sciences, ranging from Nutrition and
Food Sciences, Biotechnology and Bioinformatics
to Medicine. Much of our innovative research and
teaching has emerged from collaborations
between the disciplines.
The TUM is facing up to international competition
for knowledge and innovation. We are committed
to the idea of an Entrepreneurial University,
resolutely expanding our scope and regularly
working on new structural concepts with a view
to reforming this seat of learning and upholding
its future viability.
Munich, Garching and Weihenstephan in Bavaria,
Germany
4200
10000
22240
Germany
Dr. Michael Klimke
managing director TUM IGSSE
Dr. Christiane Haupt
press department TUM
Arcisstrasse 21
80333 München
Germany
0049-89-289-25207
0049-89-289-25245
klimke@tum.de
http://portal.mytum.de/welcome
234
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International Graduate
School of Science
and Engineering
Technische Universität München
The International
Graduate School of Science
and Engineering (IGSSE) at Techni sche
Universität München aims to integrate Natural and
Engineering Sciences as well as Medicine through
(post-) graduate education rooted in a strong research
foundation. The Graduate School is committed to
scientific excellence and seeks to expand multidiscipli-
nary horizons and international cooperation.

IGSSE is
sponsored by the
Excellence Initiative of the
German federal and
state governments.
NanoCat
Nanodesign of High
Performance Catalysts
CompInt
Materials Science of
Complex Interfaces
Nanotechnology
& Advanced
Materials
ESPACE-GS
Earth Oriented Space
Science & Technology
EnSE
Energy Science
& Engineering
Energy,
Geodynamics
& Environment
BioMedTUM
Biomedical
Microsystems
Engineering
Biomedical
Engineering
CeSIM
Center for Simulation
Technology in
Engineering
exploraTUM
Computational and
Visual Data
Exploration
Computational
Science
& Engineering
www.igsse.tum.de
TUM International Graduate School of Science and Engineering
Arcisstr. 21 | 80333 München | Germany · Tel: +49 89/ 2 89-252 07
Fax: +49 89/289-2 5245 · E-Mail: info@igsse.tum.de
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
TU9 German Institutes of
Technology
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Association of the leading Technical Universities
in Germany determined primarily by the technical
and natural sciences
Germany: Aachen, Berlin, Brunswick, Darmstadt,
Dresden, Hannover, Karlsruhe, Munich, Stuttgart
2000
200000
Germany
90
2000
100
20
All nationalities are welcome
High level of knowledge in scientifc and
technical disciplines combined with fexibility
and creativity
Quinque, Venio Piero
TU9 German Institutes of Technology
Siemensdamm 50
D-13629 Berlin
Germany
+49/(0)30/386 39003
+49/(0)30/386 39016
ofce@tu9.de
http://www.tu9.de
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EXCELLENCE IN
ENGINEERING AND
THE SCIENCES
MADE IN GERMANY
www.tu
9
.de
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Universiteit Twente
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
University of Twente key
research institutes:
- Nanotechnology (MESA+)
- Telematics and Information
Technology (CTIT)
- Biomedical Technology (BMTI)
- Mechanics, Processes and Control (IMPACT)
- Governance Studies (IGS)
- Behavioural Research (IBR)
Enschede, The Netherlands
1400
4000
8800
The Netherlands
30
10
Mr. John Winter
P.O.Box 217
7500 AE Enschede
The Netherlands
+ 31 (0)53 489 2234
+ 31 (0)53 489 3119
j.j.g.m.winter@utwente.nl
http://www.utwente.nl/en
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The University of Twente (UT) is one of Europe’s frontline research universities with a teaching
and research programme committed to the promotion of technological progress in our modern
knowledge society. Situated in the east of the Netherlands, the UT is a major driver behind the
social and economic development in the region. The UT collaborates closely with the Universities
of Technology of Delft and Eindhoven in the 3TU.Federation and is a founding member of ECIU,
the European Consortium of Innovative Universities.
The University of Twente specializes in technological, social and behavioral sciences. Students and
researchers are encouraged to venture beyond their own feld and connect with other disciplines.
We believe that interdisciplinary approach is crucial to scientifc innovation and societal progress.
Innovation at the
intersection of disciplines
Research
focus
Many research programmes at the University of Twente
are internationally renowned. Main topics are:
Nano technology, Process technology, Mechanical
engineering, Information and communication technology, Biomedical sciences, Management and
governance studies, and Behavioral sciences. The University of Twente, the Technical University of
Eindhoven and the Technical University of Delft join forces in so-called 3TU-centres to do top
research in six key areas: Dependable ICT Systems, Multiscale Phenomena, Sustainable Energy
Technologies, Bio-Nano Applications, Intelligent Mechatronic Systems, and Ethics and Technology.
Active
community
Study, accommodation and leisure are concentrated in one
place at the University of Twente: an attractive countryside
campus estate between the cities of Enschede and Hengelo.
There, students, researchers and alumni form a lively academic community.
postAl AddRe ss
University of Twente
P.O. Box 217
NL-7500 AE Enschede
Telephone: +31 (0)53 489 5489
Fax: +31 (0)53 489 2000
Mail: study@utwente.nl
Internet: www.utwente.nl/en

Enschede
University of
twente
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Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
University of Applied
Sciences Schwaebisch Gmuend
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Design
Schwaebisch Gmuend Germany
70
30
400
60
Hochschule für Gestaltung
University of Applied Sciences
Rektor-Klaus-Str.100
73525 Schwaebisch Gmuend
Germany
++49(7171) 602 645
++49(7171) 602 619
sebastian.duda@hfg-gmuend.de
http://www.hfg-gmuend.de
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Type
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
University of Bonn
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Medicine, Law
& Economics, Humanities, Agriculture;
Key areas of the University’s research profle:
Mathematics, Economics, Physics, Neurosciences,
Genetic Medicine, Chemical Biology, Cultural
Studies, Philosophy and Ethics
Bonn, Germany
2120
4000
28000
Germany
100
20
5
all nationalities welcome
Mr. Holger Impekoven
Ms. Tina Odenthal
University of Bonn
Bonn International Scholar Services
Poppelsdorfer Allee 102
53115 Bonn
Germany
0049-228-736190
0049-228-735891
biss@uni-bonn.de
http://www.uni-bonn.de
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(Junior Faculty)
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What is your goal?
Talk to
us about
your future!
To learn more about the
Research University Bonn visit us at
www.goal.uni-bonn.de
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
University of Cologne
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Life Sciences, Graduate School for Biological
Sciences as umbrella organisation for specialized
Graduate programmes in all areas of molecular
genetics and cell biology. A new school will start
in fall 2009, International Graduate School from
Embryo to old age, health and disease IGSDHD
and is open for application
Graduate School for Biological Sciences (Med.
and Natural Sciences Faculty at the Un iversity of
Cologne)
30
300
Germany
10
Bioinformatics, Molecular Genetics, Physiology
Graduate School for Biological Sciences
Institute for Genetics
Zuelpicher Strasse 47
D-50670 Cologne
Germany
+49 221 4701683
+49 221 4701632
isabell.witt@uni-koeln.de
http://www.gs-biosciences.uni-koeln.de/gsfbs_
start.html
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Cologne Graduate School for Biological Sciences

In May 2006, the University of Cologne established an
international, broadly based graduate school in the biological
sciences. Centred on the molecular analysis of biological
processes, the scientific base of the programme is broad,
providing students with opportunities for training in fields
ranging from ecology and evolution to medicine, and
including all of the major microbial, plant and animal model
organisms. Based on a phase of systematic experimentation in previous, small-
scale graduate programmes in which we have developed and tested methods
for an improved graduate training, we developed a structured programme,
building on the extensive experience and infrastructure from the existing
programmes. These are partially unified and a core programme is available for
graduate students in all areas of biology.
The GSfBS is supported by a selective, international English language Fast Track
Masters/Doctoral Programme, which is in place since winter semester 2006/07.
The School fosters the excellent scientific connections between research groups
in the medical and basic science research institutes in the University the Max
Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research (MPIZ) and exploits them for the
benefit of the graduates.
The GSfBS also serves as an umbrella for specialized graduate programmes such
as the North Rhine Westphalia International Graduate School from Embryo to
old Age, development health and disease IGSDHD (see ad on next page), the
International Max Planck Research School ‘Molecular Plant Sciences’ (IMPRS) at
the MPIZ, The Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Programme Molecular Medicine
(IP MM) and the Ph.D. Programme in Pharmacology.

IGSDHD: http://www.uni-koeln.de/bio-graduateschool/
IMPRS: http://www.mpiz-koeln.mpg.de/english/studentInformation/index.html
IPMM: http://postgraduate-program-molecular-medicine.uni-koeln.de/
Pharma: http://www.uk-koeln.de/institute/pharmakologie/phd-
program/PHCOL_website_home.htm

GSfBS Contact: Dr. Isabell Witt, GSfBS, Institute for Genetics, Zuelpicher Strasse 47,
D-50670 Köln, Germany. +49 221 470 1683, isabell.witt@uni-koeln.de
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
University of Groningen
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
One of Europes’s leading Research Universities.
Over 80 English-taught degree programs
(undergraduate and graduate) in virtually every
feld.
Academic job openings: PhD, postdoc, research
fellow, tenure track positions.
Groningen, The Netherlands
3675
6000
26000
100
50
50
For students:
International Service Desk
Other (PhD and employment):
Careerdevelopment&Training
International Service Desk
Broerstraat 5
9712 GL Groningen
The Netherlands
Careerdevelopment & Training
PO Box 72
9700 AS Groningen
The Netherlands
+31-50-363 8181/5313
+31-50-363 7100/6909
students: isd@rug.nl / other: mobiliteit-en-
opleiding@rug.nl
http://www.rug.nl
246
Website
E-mail
Fax
Telephone
Contact information
Senior/executive
positions (Senior
Faculty)
Entry level positions
(Junior Faculty)
Graduate level openings
Recruiting profle
Students
Grad students
Employees (faculty)
Locations
Focus
Type
Employer profle
Since its inception in 1614, the University
of Groningen has enjoyed an international
reputation as a dynamic and innovative
centre of higher education offering
high-quality teaching and research.
Balanced study paths encourage students
and researchers to develop their individual
talents.
By joining forces and pooling resources
with prestigious international partner
universities and networks, the University
of Groningen plays an important role in
the exchange of knowledge.
Economics and Business
Humanities
Law
Behavioural and Social
Sciences
Life Sciences
Science and Technology
Spatial Sciences
The Netherlands
Bachelor
Master
PhD
Graduate Schools
www.rug.nl/internationalstudents
founded in 1614
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
University of Mannheim
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
Business
Accounting & Taxation
Finance
Management
Operations & Information systems
Economics
Econometrics
Social Sciences
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology
Quantitative Methods
Empirical Methods
Mannheim, Germany
70
100
100
Germany
45
Business: Stefen Klosterhalfen
Economics: Dr. Helga Gebauer
Social & Behavioral Sciences: Dr. Barbara
Waldkirch
Mailing Address:
Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences
(GESS)
University of Mannheim
68131 Mannheim
Germany
+49 621 181-2034
+49 621 181-2042
gess@uni-mannheim.de
http://gess.uni-mannheim.de
248
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E-mail
Fax
Telephone
Address
Name
Contact information
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Students
Grad students
Employees (faculty)
Locations
Focus
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Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
University of St.Gallen
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
University of St.Gallen (HSG)
The University of St.Gallen (HSG), Switzerland,
was founded as a “Business Academy” in 1898 – in
the heyday of St.Gallen embroidery – and ofered
its frst lectures in 1899. The HSG continues to
pursue the goal of providing its more than 6000
students with a practice-oriented education,
guided by an integrative view of business,
economics, law and social sciences.
Research
Research at the University of St.Gallen is centered
around the 30 institutes and research centers,
which are an integral part of the University. The
directors of the institutes double as HSG
professors. Bringing theory and practice together,
the institutes provide an important input for
teaching at the University and play a signifcant
role in furthering the careers of young academics.
Internationality
The University of St.Gallen (HSG) sets great store
by international students and faculty, as well as
by the international orientation of the teaching it
provides. Students are encouraged to take
advantage of our network that consists of more
than 150 partner universities for student
exchange.
450
2500
6000
Barbara Keel
University of St.Gallen (HSG)
Dufourstrasse 50
9000 St.Gallen
Switzerland
0041 (0) 71 224 3703
0041 (0) 71 224 2815
barbara.keel@unisg.ch
http://www.unisg.ch
250
Website
E-mail
Fax
Telephone
Address
Name
Contact information
Students
Grad students
Employees (faculty)
Focus
Type
Employer profle
Leading Business University in Europe
www.unisg.ch
Degree courses
EFMD
University of
St.Gallen (HSG),
Dufourstr. 50,
9000 St.Gallen
(Switzerland)
Phone:
+41 71 224 21 11
E-mail:
info@unisg.ch
Web:
www.unisg.ch
• UndergraduateStudiesleadingtothedegree Programlanguage
BachelorofArtsHSG(B.A.HSG)
– Business Administration German
– Economics German
– International Affairs German
– Law German
– Law and Economics German
• AcademicProgramsleadingtothedegree
MasterofArtsHSG(M.A.HSG)
– Information, Media and Technology Management German
– Marketing, Services and Communication Management German
– Accounting and Finance German
– Banking and Finance English
– Strategy and International Management English
– Economics German
– Quantitative Economics and Finance English
– International Affairs and Governance English or German
– Law German
– Law and Economics German
• Ph.D.ProgramandDoctoralPrograms
– Economics and Finance English
– Management English or German
– International Affairs and Political Economy English or German
– Organizational Studies and Cultural Theory English or German
– Law German
• ExecutiveEducation
– Full-time MBA English
– Part-time Executive Master’s Programs
· Executive MBA in General Management German
· Global Executive MBA in General Management English
· Executive Master in Business Engineering German
· Executive MBA in Financial Services and Insurance English
· Executive Master of European and International Business Law German
– In-house Programs English or German
– Enterpreneur School German
– Open Programs English or German
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Universität Leipzig
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
Areas of Research:
Mathematics/Computer Science and Natural
Sciences
Life Sciences
Social Sciences and Humanities

Key aspects of the research profle are:
Multifunctional Materials and Processes
Mathematical Sciences
Molecular and Cellular Communication
Brain, Cognition and Language
Contested Orders – Order in Contest
Environmental Changes and Diseases
Critical Junctures of Globalization
Transnationalization and Regionalization
Transnational German Studies
Leipzig
4274
3000
30000
Stefanie Müller
Universität Leipzig
Research Academy Leipzig
Otto-Schill-Str. 2
D-04109 Leipzig
Germany
+49 (0) 341 97-32350
+49 (0) 341 97-32353
ral@uni-leipzig.de
http://www.uni-leipzig.de/ral
252
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E-mail
Fax
Telephone
Address
Name
Contact information
Students
Grad students
Employees (faculty)
Locations
Focus
Type
Employer profle
A TRADITION OF
CROSSING BOUNDARIES
LEIPZIG IN THE HEART
OF EUROPE
The Universität Leipzig covers a very wide spectrum
of disciplines in the humanities and the social, natural,
and medical sciences, which develop and interact with
each other. The University is proud of its tradition and
committed to fostering interdisciplinarity.
WWW.UNI-LEIPZIG.DE
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Universität Stuttgart
Preferred backgrounds
Research Institute
Our research is guided by the vision of gaining a
comprehensive understanding of entire produc-
tion processes and product lifecycles, beginning
with modelling at a molecular, material and
process level, through design, manufacturing and
use, all the way to recycling. On this basis, our
research activities will be concentrated on a total
of eight interdisciplinary focus areas:
- Modelling and simulation technology
- New materials
- Complex systems and communication
- Technology concepts and technology assess
ment
- Energy and the environment
- Mobility
- Integrated product and production design
- Desigh and technology of sustainable urban
spaces
The Universität Stuttgart lies right in the centre of
the largest high-tech region of Europe, specialis-
ing in industries such as car manufacturing,
environmental technologies, machine tools,
electronics, information and communication
technology.
20000
Germany
OPEN POSITIONS - CONTACTS:
- Excellence Cluster Simulation Technology: Ms.
RITZE, Yvonne.ritze@simtech.uni-stuttgart.de
- Excellent Graduate School Advanced Manufac-
turing Engineering: Ms. LANGBEIN, PNL@if.
uni-stuttgart.de
-other: www.uni-stuttgart.de
Universitaet Stuttgart
Keplerstr. 7
70174 Stuttgart
Germany
http://www.uni-stuttgart.de
254
Website
Address
Name
Contact information
Countries with openings
Recruiting profle
Students
Locations
Focus
Type
Employer profle
Universität Stuttgart • Zentrale Verwaltung • Keplerstraße 7 • 70174 Stuttgart • GERMANY
excellent innovative global
successful within the recent
‘Excellence Initiative’: the cluster of
excellence ‘Simulation Technology’,
the graduate school ‘Advanced
Manufacturing Engineering’
actively involved in a number
of the renowned Collaborative
Research Centres and Research
Training Groups supported by the
German Research Foundation.
innovative, practice- and future-
oriented programs
close cooperation with
neighbouring institutes of Max-
Planck Foundation, Fraunhofer
Society and German Centre for
Aerospace Engineering
highest third-party research
funding per professor in Germany
world famous culture, business
(e.g. Daimler, IBM, Bosch) and
bustling life – in the heart of
Europe’s largest high-tech region
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
Universität Stuttgart
Cluster of Excellence
“Simulation Technology”
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
SimTech - the Cluster of Excellence
SimTech is an association of experts for funda-
mental research. The cluster focuses on the
multidimensional analysis of any kind of material,
ranging from human tissue via technical
components up to rock formations, and on
material modelling. Innovative simulations play a
key role in dealing with multiscale and multiphys-
ical aspects of this feld. SimTech creates the
scientifc basis for applications concerning
product development as well as environmental
technology and complex biomechanics. In close
contact with industry, the cluster team also
develops practically orientated solutions.
Join us at our stand and learn more about the
visions of SimTech!
Stuttgart
7000
20000
Germany
9
1
Dr. Yvonne Ritze
Pfafenwaldring 7a
70569 Stuttgart
Germany
0049 711 685 60098
0048 711 685 60112
ritze@simtech.uni-stuttgart.de
http://www.simtech.uni-stuttgart.de
256
Website
E-mail
Fax
Telephone
Address
Name
Contact information
Entry level positions
(Junior Faculty)
Graduate level openings
Countries with openings
Recruiting profle
Students
Employees (faculty)
Locations
Focus
Type
Employer profle
Universität Stuttgart • Zentrale Verwaltung • Keplerstraße 7 • 70174 Stuttgart • GERMANY
excellent innovative global
successful within the recent
‘Excellence Initiative’: the cluster of
excellence ‘Simulation Technology’,
the graduate school ‘Advanced
Manufacturing Engineering’
actively involved in a number
of the renowned Collaborative
Research Centres and Research
Training Groups supported by the
German Research Foundation.
innovative, practice- and future-
oriented programs
close cooperation with
neighbouring institutes of Max-
Planck Foundation, Fraunhofer
Society and German Centre for
Aerospace Engineering
highest third-party research
funding per professor in Germany
world famous culture, business
(e.g. Daimler, IBM, Bosch) and
bustling life – in the heart of
Europe’s largest high-tech region
Business/economics
Computer science
Engineering
Humanities
Medical/life sciences
Natural sciences
WHU - Otto Beisheim
School of Management
Preferred backgrounds
Academic
WHU is an internationally oriented and privately
fnanced business school. The range of courses
includes a bachelor and master program, a
full-time MBA course, the Kellogg-WHU Executive
MBA Program and the Bucerius/WHU Master of
Law and Business (MLB). WHU also has the
authority to award PhDs and professorships and
ofers customized programs for management.
WHU’s international network includes more than
150 partner universities with which there are
exchanges of lecturers and students, as well as
cooperation in research worldwide. WHU is
regularly certifed by EQUIS and FIBAA and a
member of AACSB, which guarantees the
excellent standard of courses and a high degree
of internationalization.
Vallendar, Germany
550
WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management
Burgplatz 2
56179 Vallendar
Germany
+49 (0)261-65090
+49 (0)261-6509509
whu@whu.edu
http://www.whu.edu
258
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E-mail
Fax
Telephone
Address
Name
Contact information
Students
Locations
Focus
Type
Employer profle
Boost your
professional success
by lifelong learning!
WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, one of Germany’s top-ranked private
business schools, offers management-oriented degree and non-degree programs in
an international context. We meet your expectations at every step of your career:
WHU Bachelor and Master of Science in Management
Bucerius/WHU Master of Law and Business
WHU MBA in General Management
Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA
Customized Executive Development Programs
WHU Doctoral and Post-doctoral Programs
Our goal is your success!
WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management
Burgplatz 2, 56179 Vallendar, Germany
Tel. +49 261 6509-546, marketing@whu.edu
www.whu.edu
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and organizations
European partners of the ECF
14 European Commission / FP-7
16 Euraxxess Links USA
18 European Research Council
20 Joint Research Centre (JRC)
22 IKOM
Companies
38 ABB
40 AkzoNobel
42 Allianz SE
44 Alstom
46 Areva
48 Audi
50 BASF
52 Boston Consulting Group
54 Bürkert
56 Continental AG
58 Deutsche Bahn
60 Deutsche Post World Net Inhouse Consulting
62 EADS
64 Finmeccanica
66 GMV Aerospace and Defence, S.A.
68 ING
70 Lufthansa
72 Michelin
74 Munich Reinsurance Co.
76 Naturejobs
78 Nestlé
80 Novartis
82 Novo Nordisk
84 Optiver
86 Osram Opto Semiconductor
88 Philips
90 Procter & Gamble
92 Q-Cells AG
94 SAFRAN
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96 Saint-Gobain
98 Sanof-Aventis
100 Shell
102 Telefonica I+D
104 Thales
106 Total
108 Vestas Wind Systems A/S
110 Vivia Biotech
112 Voith
114 Zurich Financial Services
Academic institutions and non-proft organizations
118 AcademicTransfer
120 Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
122 Baden-Württemberg International
124 Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
126 Berlin School of Economics
128 BMM (BioMedical Materials Program)
130 Brainport
132 Brainpower Austria
134 Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg
136 CEA (Commissariat à l’Énergie Atomique)
138 Cluster of Excellence “Engineering of Advanced Materials”
140 CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifque)
142 Collège des Ingénieurs
144 “ConRuhr” USA (Consortium of the Ruhr-Area universities)
146 CTMM (Center for Translational Molecular Medicine)
148 Delft University of Technology
150 EIROforum
152 Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands
154 Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft
156 Freie Universität Berlin
158 French Embassy
160 Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg
162 Friedrich Schiller University Jena
164 Fundació Catalana per a la Recerca i la Innovació
166 Genopole
261
168 German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) / GAIN
170 German Consulate General
172 German Rectors’ Conference
174 German Research Foundation (DFG)
176 GoFORSYS
178 Heidelberg University
180 Helmholtz Association
182 Hessen Universities Consortium
184 Holst Centre
186 Hyphen Projects
188 ICIQ (Institute of chemical research of Catalonia)
190 IMDEA
192 INRIA
194 INSERM
196 Justus Liebig University Giessen
198 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
200 Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
202 Kiel University
204 LMU Munich
206 M2i (Materials Innovation Institute)
208 Max Planck Institute of Economics
210 Max Planck Society
212 MIT-Portugal
214 Münster University of Applied Sciences (MUAS)
216 NATO C3 Agency
218 NKI (Netherlands Cancer Institute)
220 Otto von Guericke University of Magdeburg
222 Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre
224 RWTH Aachen University
226 swissnex
228 swissuniversity.ch
230 Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
232 TNO
234 TU München (TUM)
236 TU9 German Institutes of Technology
238 Universiteit Twente
240 University of Applied Sciences Schwaebisch Gmuend
242 University of Bonn
244 University of Cologne
246 University of Groningen
262
248 University of Mannheim
250 University of St.Gallen
252 Universität Leipzig
254 Universität Stuttgart
256 Universität Stuttgart Cluster of Excellence “Simulation Technology”
258 WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management
263