Birthplace of Albert Einstein and

the tallest church tower in the world

Science location around the Ulm Minster

The birthplace of Albert Einstein is characterized by two outstanding trademarks: the Ulm Minster, the tallest church tower in the world and the Science City of Ulm. The future is created here. The extensive network of universities, universities, clinics and research institutions has developed into an engine for the entire economic area. Global companies such as Daimler Benz, Audi, BMW and Continental operate their research centers in the city of science. Small, innovative companies – including successful spin-offs from universities – have established themselves in ScienceParks I and II. The affiliated institutes, jointly supported by the state and the economy, see themselves as a link between research and industrial development.

The Science City of Ulm is also a job engine: around 2,000 new jobs were created in the newly developed Science Park II alone. In total, the science city now offers work to over 8,600 people – and the trend is rising. The newly created Science Park III forms the potential for the further expansion of the science city of Ulm.