Tübingen offers scientific research opportunities related to several areas of Amazon’s business, including Amazon Web Services (AWS) and robotics. Machine learning teams in Tübingen conduct research in the fields of computer vision and causality. Others in Tübingen are working on Amazon Scout, a fully electronic delivery system.
Scientists in Tübingen are conducting research across several disciplines, including computer vision, representation learning, robotics, machine learning, causal reasoning, deep learning, and 3-D modeling.
Working in Tübingen
Amazon provides scientists room to take risks and fail; a community for collaboration and support for continued learning; and the opportunity to have an impact at global scale. Scientists are encouraged to engage with the research community in many forms, from attending conferences and writing research papers, to contributing to open-source, and public datasets.
Tübingen, the Swabian university town, is home to 88,000 inhabitants and 28,000 students. It is located in central Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Its small cafes, wine taverns and cozy restaurants invite visitors to walk around and explore the medieval city center. One main city attraction is to take a boat trip in a "Stocherkahn" while enjoying the beautiful view of the picturesque Neckar waterfront and the Hölderlin Tower.
Our Tübingen scientists collaborate with universities and other institutions around the globe. To see a summary of some of Amazon’s scientific collaborations, visit our academic collaborations page.
Click here to see the latest job listings available in Germany or visit our careers page to see all open science roles.