The EUREF Campus - Innovation Hub of the "Energy Transition"
Our office in Berlin at a glance
The zeeMobase - the heart of the Smart Grid
At a glance: working at Schneider Electric in Berlin
- Experience it live: The city of tomorrow is planned here
- 150 employees work in three floors in a state-of-the-art environment
- Design of residential and functional buildings with solutions in the field of building technology in order to build and live as energy-efficiently as possible
- Working in the start-up environment, vis-a-vis with emerging companies in the industry
- Large beach volleyball court, basketball courts and ping-pong tables
- SXILLS gym with versatile, progressive training in small groups; In addition, in the Cheruskerpark in the immediate vicinity of the campus, fitness equipment is available in the open air
- 4 restaurants with extensive lunch specials, discounted by vouchers
- Snack box and lounges with cofee, tea, water, kicker and a console that can be played together
The EUREF campus is located in the heart of Berlin-Schöneberg. Popular living quarters and the small distance to the center as well as the colorful life on the street attract tenants from other parts of the city, business people as well as the art and cultural scene alike. In addition to a creative urban environment, the EUREF campus offers excellent regional and international transport connections between the center of Berlin and the future Berlin Brandenburg (BER) airport. The new airport can be reached in about 20 minutes from the about 900 meters distant station Südkreuz, which is also connected to the ICE network. The city highway A 100 is in direct proximity. The S-Bahn stations Schöneberg and Julius-Leber-Brücke are also in close proximity to the entrances of the EUREF campus. From there, there are only three stops to Potsdamer Platz.
Every Berlin district has its own character. In the middle of the "scene" you are on Prenzlauer Berg, in Friedrichshain and in Kreuzberg. Dignified and chic it is in Charlottenburg and Wilmersdorf. In Berlin-Mitte, however, you do not live, but come to visit. In demand again are the eastern outskirts of Berlin. Districts such as Marzahn-Hellersdorf and Lichtenberg, which for a long time had a negative image, are gaining in popularity. And not just in the few villa areas or the noble new buildings that are there. No, the "Platte" is back in. Young people, who grew up in the reunification period, are increasingly moving into renovated apartment blocks, called "Platte".
A total of more than 2,500 public parking and recreation facilities make Berlin a green city. Those who stroll through the Grunewald on balmy summer evenings, take a stroll in the garden of Schloss Charlottenburg or caress pot-bellied pigs on the Domäne Dahlem may sometimes forget that they live in a metropolis with around 3.6 million inhabitants. If the stressed-out capitalist wants to relax once, he does not have to drive to the nearby Mark Brandenburg, even the city itself offers many green oases. In the center of Berlin is a large park: the Tiergarten. Animals are hardly rare here to find today, but a romantic lake and the associated "Café am Neuen See" with its large beer garden. There are also numerous parks in various parts of the city, such as the Tempelhofer Freiheit, the Volkspark Friedrichshain, the Gardens of the World in Marzahn and the Britzer Garten. Berlin is crossed by the Havel and Spree, the most important canals are the Teltowkanal and the Landwehrkanal. Incidentally, you will find more bridges in Berlin than in Venice. Alone 6.7 percent of the urban area are water areas, more than 18 percent are covered by forest, another 11.9 percent are recreational areas. From the famous Wannsee lake to the large Tegeler See lake, many lakes invite you to swim in and around Berlin.
Berlin is one of the most important sports cities and sites in Europe. Not only because sports pioneer and gymnast Jahn held his first outdoor exercises in the Kreuzberg Hasenheide and not only because the German capital proudly looks at two premiership football clubs with Hertha BSC and Union Berlin. From archery to dance and volleyball to Ju-Jutsu and more than 200 gyms, there are nowhere else in Germany more possibilities for doing or experiencing sports. Unique is the former Tempelhof Airport. It is the largest inner-city area in the world and invites to skate, stroll, picnic or skateboarding. Admission is free.
On the website of the Senate Department for Education, Youth and Family day-care centers and schools can be located according to their own requirements and districts. Berlin has more than 100 grammar schools, more than 100 secondary schools, four state universities as well as many other colleges with various degree programs and departments.
As varied as the many parts of Berlin are, so diversified are the restaurants. You want it home-style? In Charlottenburg you will find it. You want cheap international cuisine? Feast your way through Friedrichshain or Kreuzberg. You are after Arabic or African food? In Neukölln you will find the court of your choice. Fancy asian? Then off to the Prenzlauer Berg. And Berlin has much more to offer than international gastronomy, here there is the entire span of the down-to-earth German cuisine to starred restaurants such as the pure substance in Berlin-Mitte. In Kreuzberg, the well-known TV chef Tim Raue runs his eponymous restaurant. And the Currywurst belongs to Berlin like Hertha BSC, Brandenburg Gate and Berliner Bär. The specialty is sold in several hundred stalls in the city - from Kreuzberg to Charlottenburg, from Marzahn to Mariendorf - after all, the specialty is said to have been invented here. Regional specialties, refined finger food and authentic dishes from around the world are what Berlin's many small street food markets offer. The food and drinks on the markets spread throughout the city are usually prepared in front of the guest and promise new taste sensations even for little money. A special tip is the Markthalle 9 in Berlin-Kreuzberg, which has been preserved from the 19th century. One focus of the resident dealers is on fair, organic and regionally produced products. The product range of the popular market hall includes fruit and vegetables, Berlin specialties and delicacies, as well as the usual suspects such as meat, sausage, cheese and baked goods. The range is rounded off by gastronomic facilities such as cafés and food stalls.
Berlin's cultural program is almost inexhaustible, the calendar of events full of exciting events. With more than 800 years of history, the city is perceived nationally and internationally as a cultural and creative metropolis. In the Gemäldegalerie you can admire some of the most famous paintings in art history and marvel at the works of famous painters such as Lucas Cranach and Michelangelo. It is also possible to purchase an annual pass for all state museums in Berlin from 25 euros. Fans of the performing arts will also get their money's worth in Berlin. Whether ballet, theater, musical, opera or cabaret - it's all there. The largest theater stage in the world is the Friedrichstadt-Palast. Known for its variety is the "Chameleon". Stories and History tell the sights and monuments such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Holocaust Memorial, the Reichstag or Checkpoint Charlie. An overview of Berlin's cultural world can be found on the Internet at: www.kulturprojekte.berlin
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