Max Planck in the world

The Max Planck Society has five institutes abroad, in Rome, Florence, Nijmegen, in Florida and Luxembourg.

Max Planck Institutes abroad

The Max Planck Society has five institutes abroad, in Rome, Florence, Nijmegen, in Florida and Luxembourg. [more]
Max Planck Centers are platforms for institutional cooperation between Max Planck Institutes and outstanding international research institutions.

Overview of Max Planck Centers

Max Planck Centers are platforms for institutional cooperation between Max Planck Institutes and outstanding international research institutions.
More than 40 Partner Groups exist worldwide. They are a useful instrument in the joint promotion of junior scientists with countries interested in strengthening their research through international cooperation, including, for example, India, China, Middle and Eastern European countries, Russia and Argentina.

Partner Groups

More than 40 Partner Groups exist worldwide. They are a useful instrument in the joint promotion of junior scientists with countries interested in strengthening their research through international cooperation, including, for example, India, China, Middle and Eastern European countries, Russia and Argentina. [more]

Internationality

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Max Planck scientists cooperate with partners in around 120 countries worldwide. Here they relate their personal experiences and impressions.
Suhrid Ghosh from India spent considerable time in the Himalayas researching hoverflies, and recently took up a doctoral position at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden. The 24-year-old hopes to one day return to his home country as a teacher.

Education is a valuable commodity

Suhrid Ghosh from India spent considerable time in the Himalayas researching hoverflies, and recently took up a doctoral position at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden. The 24-year-old hopes to one day return to his home country as a teacher. [more]
Max Planck scientists cooperate with partners in around 120 countries around the globe. Here they relate their personal experiences and impressions. Psychologist Monika Zaba is a member of the Molecular Psychotraumatology Research Group at the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich. As part of her doctoral studies she works in one of Uganda’s largest refugee camps.

Time flows very differently here

Max Planck scientists cooperate with partners in around 120 countries around the globe. Here they relate their personal experiences and impressions. Psychologist Monika Zaba is a member of the Molecular Psychotraumatology Research Group at the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich. As part of her doctoral studies she works in one of Uganda’s largest refugee camps. [more]
Esther Kühn commutes back and forth between the Leipzig-based Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences and University College London. She finds this cooperation to be extremely fruitful.

Immediate Inspiration

Esther Kühn commutes back and forth between the Leipzig-based Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences and University College London. She finds this cooperation to be extremely fruitful. [more]
Iranian Adrin Jalali conducts research in the field of computational biology for his doctorate at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics. He recounts what it was like for him to move from a city with several million inhabitants to a small town in Germany, and why he never wants to return to Tehran.

Making life more predictable

Iranian Adrin Jalali conducts research in the field of computational biology for his doctorate at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics. He recounts what it was like for him to move from a city with several million inhabitants to a small town in Germany, and why he never wants to return to Tehran. [more]
Marine biologist Cecilia Alonso spent a number of years in Europe and returned to Uruguay in 2007. Since then, she sees her home country in a new light, and brings her knowledge and new experiences to research operations there.

Dreaming of a ship of her own

Marine biologist Cecilia Alonso spent a number of years in Europe and returned to Uruguay in 2007. Since then, she sees her home country in a new light, and brings her knowledge and new experiences to research operations there. [more]
 
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