The Einstein Center Digital Future (ECDF)

The new Einstein Center has been conceived as an inter-university nucleus for research on the digitalization of our society. The aim is to foster innovative, cutting-edge interdisciplinary research, and to provide outstanding training for talented young scholars. 38.5 million euros are being invested in around 50 new professorships. The new Einstein Center, a public-private partnership, brings together universities, non-university institutes, and industrial enterprises, as well as federal ministries. The scale of this alliance between public entities, sponsors and supporters is unique in Berlin’s history as a center of academic endeavor. The Einstein Center will be based in the Robert Koch Forum.
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50 new IT professorships

Berlin is seeking the top minds in the field of digitalization and over the next few months is putting out the call for 50 new IT professorships. An international recruitment campaign for the first 18 professorships has been launched. Apply now.
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Press

Press releases, statements and photos – information for journalists.

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The 10-point Berlin agenda

The 10-point Berlin agenda, includes the creation of new IT professorships, the founding of a CityLab, and the establishment of the 5G network, as well as a new funding program called “Mittelstand 4.0.”
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