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The German Research and Funding System.

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The German Research and Funding System.

  1. 1. The German Research and Funding System
  2. 2. Aprox.1.000 publicly funded research institutions Investment: 84 billion euros = 2.88% GDP 604.000 people employed in the R&D sector Bilateral, European and multilateral cooperations with more than 151 countries Numbers (2014)
  3. 3. Universities (HEIs) Pillars of the German research sector Industrial researchNon-university research institutes ©SigridGombert/DAAD VolkerLannert/DAAD ©PresseamtMünster/AngelikaKlauser
  4. 4. Research expenditures + 50% for R&D in Germany Total research expenditures in Germany (in bn euros) Source: Federal Statistical Office 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2005 2010 2014
  5. 5. Research expenditures by sector Research expenditures by sector in 2014 (%) Source: Federal Statistical Office Industry: 67% Universities: 18% Non-profit public and private institutions: 15%
  6. 6. ©SigridGombert/DAAD Diversity I Excellence I Investments Research institutions
  7. 7. Research Institutions ©VDITechnologiezentrumGmbH2010/Layout adaptation:FrankfurterSocietäts-MedienGmbH
  8. 8. Universities  Approx. 400 HEIs – 148 authorised to confer doctorates  Almost 26,000 international doctoral candidates  Principle of uniting learning, instruction and research  Excellence Initiative = 4.6 bn euros for cutting-edge research ©Hüttermann/DAAD
  9. 9. Non-university research (I) ©VDITechnologiezentrumGmbH2010/Layout adaptation:FrankfurterSocietäts-MedienGmbH
  10. 10. The Big Four Institution Institutes Budget Researchers Max Planck Society 83 institutes 2.2 bn euros 13,300 Helmholtz Association 18 research centres 4.24 bn euros 14,700 Fraunhofer- Gesellschaft 67 institutes 2.1 bn euros 24,000 (staff in total) Leibniz Association 89 institutes 1.73 bn euros 9,300
  11. 11. International researchers in Germany Number of international researchers in Germany Source: Wissenschaft Weltoffen 15.000 25.000 35.000 45.000 55.000 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
  12. 12. Main funding institutions  Research institution  Interface between research and companies (innovation)  Contract research for industry and government  Self-governing German organization body of the universities  Scholarships and fellowships for students and scientists  Vast alumni network and ambassador scientists around the world  Individual fellowhips and awards for foreign postdocs and senior scientists in Germany  Capes-Humboldt fellowship programme for postdocs and senior scientists  Strong interaction with scientists  Largest German funding agency  Funding for projects and cooperations Humboldt Foundation German Academic Exchange Service German Research Foundation Fraunhofer Society
  13. 13.  http://www.research-in-germany.org  http://www.funding-guide.de  http://www.euraxess.de  http://www.research-explorer.de  http://www.higher-education-compass.de Websites and databases

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