With some 5,900 employees and a unique research infrastructure, Forschungszentrum Jülich is one of the major interdisciplinary research centres in Europe. It is a member of the Helmholtz Association. Research is focused on three major areas: information, energy, and bioeconomy.
- Jülich explores the complex processes of the human brain in order to provide more effective diagnoses and cures for neurological disorders.
- Jülich studies the future of information processing to open up new possibilities for science and society.
- Jülich conducts research for a sustainable energy system that can contribute to a successful transformation of the energy sector (Energiewende).
- Jülich performs investigations for a bio-based value chain to enable a sustainable economy.