Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR), Standort Berlin - Firma in Berlin

Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR), Standort Berlin

Rutherfordstraße 2, 12489 Berlin

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+49 30 67055-639 +49 30 67055-102

Director

Carola Hilbert

Contact

Melanie-Konstanze Wiese melanie-konstanze.wiese@dlr.de

Focus

Space research at the Berlin site

The site in the federal capital has made a name for itself, among other things, by participating in large international missions of the Institute for Planetary Research such as Mars Express, the comet mission Rosetta or Mars InSight. In the Institute for Optical Sensor Systems, scientists investigate and develop active and passive optical sensor systems for satellites, flying platforms and robotic systems.

 

Research for a modern and sustainable transport system

Making mobility safe, efficient and sustainable - this is what the institutes of Transport Research, Transportation Systems and Vehicle Concepts are doing in Adlershof. As pioneers for an environmentally and socially compatible transport system and management, the scientists and engineers are dedicated to cross-modal concepts and the use of state-of-the-art technologies.

Category

  • Services
  • Research and De­vel­op­ment

News

Secure satellite communication – Berlin team wins INNOspace Masters 2019/20
Secure satellite communication – Berlin team wins INNOspace Masters 2019/20
Project “QuMSeC” of TU, HU and FBH becomes overall winner of the DLR innovation competition
A sec­ond DLR study on COVID-19 and mo­bil­i­ty
Pub­lic trans­port wanes in pop­u­lar­i­ty, pri­vate trans­port gains in im­por­tance
First measurement results of the CHEOPS space tele­scope were published
First measurement results of the CHEOPS space tele­scope were published
WASP-189b is one of the hottest exoplanets known to date
A slightly younger Moon
A slightly younger Moon
Scientists from DLR and the University of Münster found that Earth's natural satellite is almost 100 million years younger than previously ...
Of wild numbers and snapshots in space
Of wild numbers and snapshots in space
Two natural scientists told us how they carry their scientific insight out into the world
Europlanet launches 10 million euro research infrastructure supporting planetary science
Europlanet launches 10 million euro research infrastructure supporting planetary science
DLR Adlershof participates in the programme with two laboratories for planetary research with globally unique capabilities
In conversation with Carola Hilbert, who is working to create a DLR visitor centre in Adlershof
In conversation with Carola Hilbert, who is working to create a DLR visitor centre in Adlershof
The head of the sites in the DLR Eastern region wants to make research more accessible to the public