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Supercomputers, materials research for energy research, atmospheric research, neutron research: by shadowing scientists you can learn and experience unbelievable and fascinating things. Here you will find a collection of impressions from some of our research areas.

Discharge lamps with various mixtures of salts

Research gallery tour

JUGENE, Jülich Supercomputing Centre

Supercomputing

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Brain Research

Electron Microscope

Electron Microscopy

Streumethodenexperiment

Neutron Research

Zeppelin 2011

Climate Research

Map: Jülich and its Cooperations

Finding Tomorrow Today

Karte: Jülich und seine Kooperationen

Forschungszentrum Jülich: Finding Tomorrow Today

Will we ever be able to heal Alzheimer's? How will we meet our demand for energy in 50 years? How accurate are our climate predictions? How can we feed nine billion people? How will we build the computers of the future? Forschungszentrum Jülich deals with the challenges of our time. What we focus upon is decided upon by our most important client: by society.

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Seecasino im Schnee

2013 in Retrospect

This short video takes a look at a few highlights of 2013 at Forschungszentrum Jülich.

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Chart: Titel der 7th Jülich Lecture

7th Jülich Lecture: Feeding 10 Billion with Less

Human numbers and demands are growing. Per capita availability of arable land and irrigation water is shrinking. There is an urgent need for scientific advancement and implementation of measures to mitigate the adverse impact of climate change on food and livelihood security. This Jülich Lecture with World Prize Food Winner Prof. M.S. Swaminathan and Prof. Joachim from Braun (Bioeconomy Council, Germany) addresses issues and options for meeting one of the most urgent challenges facing mankind.

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Prof. David DiVincenzo

Scientists at Work

In this section, Jülich scientists introduce themselves and give a glimpse of their research.
Prof. David DiVincenzo researches the physical requirements for spin-based quantum computing. The internationally renowned physicist presents his field of work and speaks about his fascination with quantum physics, the basis for a promising alternative to conventional computers.

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Jülich Lecture

The "Jülich Lectures" is a public lecture format aiming at the general public. They are intended to provide background information on important research topics at Jülich. Forschungszentrum Jülich develops technologies that benefit research in Germany and worldwide in the areas of health, energy, and climate, as well as information technology.

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Events

Picture galleries and videos about events at Forschungszentrum Jülich such as the "Jülich Lectures". The lectures are a new public lecture format devised by Forschungszentrum Jülich intended to provide background information on important research topics at Jülich.

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"Insights into the nanoworld". In this issue: reports and featurettes on the new PICO ultrahigh-resolution electron microscope, the Zeppelin NT, novel microchips, and new materials that will revitalize the development of fuel cells.


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