Organisation

The International Bureau is part of the 'European and International Cooperation' department of DLR Projektträger. Here you will find the current organisational charts.

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As one of the largest project management agencies in Germany, DLR Projektträger (DLR-PT) has been providing comprehensive, knowledge-based services for the management of research, education and innovation for almost 50 years. Its clients include federal ministries, the European Commission, federal states, as well as scientific organisations and associations.

It advises on strategies and programmes, manages accompanying dialogue processes, plans and assumes the operational implementation of funding programmes, supports knowledge transfer, and evaluates the impact of the programmes and initiatives of its clients. The approximately 1,400 highly qualified employees of DLR-PT manage around 12,000 projects annually with a funding volume of a good 2.3 billion euros.

The range of topics extends from education, equal opportunities, health, society, innovation, technology, the environment and sustainability up to European and international cooperation, and is always offered on an interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary basis, depending on the requirements. Its portfolio is complemented by the Competence Centres for Science Communication, Public Relations, as well as Analysis and Evaluation.

DLR-PT is a central pillar of the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt or DLR) and complements its scientific orientation.

DLR-PT department 'European and International Cooperation' | July 2021 (PDF, 54 KB)

organisational chart department for European and international cooperation

DLR-PT organisational structure | August 2021 (PDF, 30 KB)

organisational chart of DLR-PT