Internationalisation at the MPG

Country portals: Cooperation within Europe and with China, India, Israel and Latin America.

The European Research Area has been developing not only since its proclamation by the EU Commission in the early years of the millennium. Prior to this, national research institutions established intensive bilateral and multilateral relations, which provide a basis for further integration today. The Max Planck Society is extensively networked in Europe: Of the over 8,000 international guest and junior scientists it hosts, a good third come from Member States of the European Union. [more]
As the world's leading international research nation, Israel – which in size equals the German federal state of Hesse - has seven universities and a number of government research institutions. The Max Planck Society collaborates with several of these institutions. [more]
As is happening throughout the world, in Latin America too scientists are increasingly involved in international exchanges, with diverse new cooperative ventures in view. Already there are many research projects being undertaken jointly with Max Planck institutes and a couple of Max Planck Partner Groups have been established in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru and Uruguay. Besides it is planed to build up Tandem Projects in Colombia and Chile. [more]
New perspectives for cooperation with African partners [more]
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