CENTER OF EXCELLENCEMagdeburg Port of Science
Centre for innovation and knowledge transfer
The old trading port in Magdeburg is conquering new frontiers. With the Port of Science, a centre for innovation and knowledge transfer is being created in direct proximity to the university on the site built by the Elbe at the end of the 19th century. As a new urban quarter, the former port area offers space for science and business but also for living and services, leisure and tourism.
New life is moving into the dockside warehouses. Research institutions and knowledge-based companies have settled under the roof of the “think tank”. Additionally, a new research campus for interdisciplinary medical engineering found its home on the site of former sugar store - the Research Campus STIMULATE. So it is a port full of dynamism and change, clearly a CENTER OF EXCELLENCE.
Simone Borris, Lord Mayor of the City of Magdeburg
"Urbanity meets high-tech and the future: With the development of the old commercial port into the Port of Science, we are combining living with working and research, creating a new urban quarter with a very special atmosphere. Today, the future of tomorrow is being researched in old warehouses. New production and logistics processes are being tested here and pioneering medical technology is being developed."
Total surface area in hectare
Investments in m. € (from public funds)
- Research and teaching
- Knowledge and technology transfer
- Leisure and tourism
RESIDENT RESEARCH INSTITUTES
- Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation (IFF)
- ifak - Institute for Automation and Communication e.V.
- Centre for Scientific Training of the OVGU and university
- Research Campus STIMULATE
- Galileo Test Field as an institution of Otto von Guericke University in collaboration with other research institutes (IFAK, Fraunhofer IFF)
- Max Planck Institute for Dynamic Complex Technical Systems
- Experimental factory Magdeburg
CONTACT to Magdeburg Port of Science
Magdeburg Port of Science
State Capital Magdeburg
Department for Urban Development, Construction and Transport, Urban Planning Bureau
An der Steinkuhle 6
Telefon: +49 391 540 5407