Welcome to the HZDR Summer Student Program 2019. The HZDR invites students from all over the world to join our research teams for the period between July and September 2019.
Summer students can choose to work and research at any one of the HZDR’s eight individual institutes. Research at the HZDR has many facets, providing students with the unique opportunity of working in either natural or life sciences while focusing on fundamental or application-driven research or technology development. Students will be part of an individual research group working on predefined topics. These groups will include several Young Investigator groups headed by young scientists who are still at an early stage of their career in emerging scientific fields.
About HZDR Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) is located in Dresden and is part of the Helmholtz Association, Germany’s largest research organisation. It houses eight institutes as well as four large-scale facilities. Joining HZDR, summer students will have the opportunit y to work in the fields of
- health and
Projects and Lectures
Summer student projects will be selected in a competitive process from a list of proposals provided by research groups at HZDR in order to find the perfect match for each student. Individual work in the research groups will be accompanied by a lecture series open to all summer students that will provide insight into the research performed at HZDR.
Who can apply? All students holding a bachelor’s degree, “pre-diploma” (i.e. Vordiplom), or their equivalent are welcome to apply for an HZDR summer student position.
How to apply? For the application procedure please visit our website.
Deadline for applications? The Application procedure starts on January 7th, 2019 and students should apply before March 1st, 2019. Notification of acceptance will be send due to April 15th, 2019.
HZDR summer students will receive free accommodation as well as a stipend to cover additional costs. Please refer to our
website for more information.
You can find more information about the program, the application procedure, and the science topics either at the links found below: