Ingenuity, academic expertise, and cutting-edge technology: This is how bright minds create the future in Baden-Württemberg.
Baden-Württemberg is the hub for science, research, education, innovation, and technology transfer in the heart of Europe. Here, students, researchers, scientists, and professors from all over the world are working together to tackle today’s big challenges.
Read on to find out how they are creating the future of mobility, the future of health, the future of industry, the future of society and economy, the future of environment and the digital future.
Dual, Digital, International: New Study Computer Science
Starting October 2023, the Cooperative State University Baden-Württemberg (DHBW) offers a unique new bachelor program in the field of Computer Science: „New Study Computer Science“ is a 6-semester digital study program in English - combining…
One of the world’s most important AI prizes goes to THE LÄND
Bernhard Schölkopf is the first German and the fourth European scientist to receive the ACM - AAAI Allen Newell Award.
Multidimensional learning: Cooperative State University
The Cooperative State University Baden-Württemberg combines theoretical academic instruction with practical experience in some of the state’s leading companies. For international students, the experience also includes immersive cultural and language…
Freiburg Rising Stars Academy: A path to academic opportunities
A select group of international early-career researchers get the chance to explore new academic avenues and advance their careers with the Freiburg Rising Stars Academy.
THE LÄND awards its top researchers
The academy of sciences of the state of Baden-Württemberg honors seven young scientists from the German Southwest for their pioneering work. Among them are three inernational researchers.
THE LÄND: Working towards gender equality in science
The German Southwest is supportive of women in science. This is reflected in special support programs by the state of Baden-Württemberg, the success of outstanding female researchers and an increasing share of female professors.