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Berlin Adlershof. Science at Work.

Discover the myth of Adlershof: founded in 1754, birthplace of German aviation, and site for research, film and television. Today the area has around 25,000 inhabitants, most located in the heart of the "old village". The Technology Park is close to the former airfield and new park.

The Berlin Adlershof Science City is one of the most successful high-technology locations in Germany - and Berlin’s largest media site. Non-University Research Institutes, the Natural Sciences Departments of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, some 1,200 businesses and a rich history await you at Berlin-Brandenburg’s top Science, Business and Media hub.

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News

Logo: BUA

07.05.2021

Exploring the potential of quantum digital transformation

Launch of the first Einstein Research Unit of the Berlin University Alliance on the topic of quantum computing:

Quantum computers are seen as one of the key technologies of the 21st century. How can they revolutionize the computational power of computers? What new insights do they offer for high energy physics or quantum chemistry?...

Peter Strunk, Cindy Böhme © WISTA Management GmbH

04.05.2021

The well-known and the new voice of Adlershof

In conversation with Peter Strunk & Cindy Böhme, corporate spokespersons of the WISTA Management GmbH:

Name: Peter Strunk Occupation: Historian Born in: 1955 Lives in: Berlin Schöneweide With him, it’s all about the (hi)story. Peter Strunk is well-known as the voice of the Adlershof Technology Park. For over 20 years, he has...

Grafik Kommunikation © WISTA Management GmbH

04.05.2021

How to communicate in a crisis?

A field report from the WISTA communications team following a year of the coronavirus pandemic:

How do humans react to danger? With fight, flight, or playing dead. When Germany was suddenly shut down on 14 March 2020 and the operating company of Adlershof Technology Park with it, which choice did the communications team...

Markus Krutzik © Marco Sensche

04.05.2021

The atom catcher

Markus Krutzik studies the basics and applications of high-precision measurement technology:

When he moved to Berlin for his PhD in 2009, Markus Krutzik heard his supervisor say: “We will move to Adlershof soon.” The Frankfurt native had never heard of that place. It is now a decade ago that his academic and...

Events / Dates

Tue 11 May

10.00 - 16.00 T5 JobMesse Berlin virtuell

Tue 11 May

11.30 - 16.30 Blutspende Rudower Chaussee 29, 12489 Berlin