FIZ News

June 2015

Neues Zeolith kann mehr Wärme speichern

June 2015

Stabiles Netz trotz flexibler Einspeisung

May 2015

Windenergie-Anlagen rütteln und schütteln

Meet us at

Tag der gewerblichen Schutzrechte,
Stuttgart, 30. Jun
CICM 2015, Washington, 13. - 17. Jul
AALL - American Association of Law Libraries, 10th Annual Meeting and Conference, Philadelphia, 18. - 21. July

Facts and Figures

Founding year:
1977

Staff:

about 335, approximately 39% of whom are scientists

Annual budget:

about 45.2 million Euros

Own revenues 2012:

80%

President & CEO:

Sabine Brünger-Weilandt


The principal office of FIZ Karlsruhe is located at Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen on the premises of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Campus Nord (KIT). We also have offices in Berlin and Bonn and a subsidiary – FIZ Karlsruhe, Inc. – in Princeton, New Jersey, USA.

Headquarters:
FIZ Karlsruhe
Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany
Phone +49 7247 808-0
Fax +49 7247 808-259
contact(at)fiz-karlsruhe(dot)de


FIZ Karlsruhe is one of 89 institutes that form the Leibniz Association (Wissenschaftsgemeinschaft Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz e. V. – “Leibniz-Gemeinschaft”). Together, the Leibniz Institutes have a staff of more than 16,800, of which more than 7,800 are scientists, and a total annual budget of more than 1.4 thousand million Euros. Leibniz Institutes work on scientific problems of social relevance, both strategically and with a subject focus, in keeping with the Leibniz Motto “Theoria cum praxi”, i.e. science for the benefit of mankind. The Leibniz Association is jointly funded by the German Federal Government and the German Federal States.

About 80% of FIZ Karlsruhe’s budget is financed by own revenues. Since its foundation in 1977, our organization has been jointly funded by the German Federal Government and the Federal States according to the guidelines of the “Forschungsförderung” agreement (“Promotion of Research”). Funding partners are the Federal Republic of Germany, the Federal State Baden-Württemberg, and the scientific organizations Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science (MPG), Fraunhofer Society for the Advancement of Applied Research (FhG), German Physical Society (DPG), Association of German Engineers (VDI), Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI), and Association of German Mathematicians (DMV).