For any donation larger than 100€, sponsors receive a limited edition plaque with an original piece of brick from Albert Einstein’s birthhouse.
Become a sponsor and support this worldwide, first of its kind, campaign to build the Albert Einstein Discovery Center in Ulm.
2. SECURE YOUR LIMITED EDITION EINSTEIN PLAQUE
The original piece of brick from Albert Einstein’s birthhouse is conveniently mounted in the center of an artistic plaque. This unique artwork is suitable for exhibition or as an ideal gift. The edition is limited worldwide to 1,000,000 plaques.
3. TAKE PART
Become a part of the community, whose goal is to honor the physics genius and one of the most famous persons of the world, by building an Albert Einstein Discovery Center in his birth city of Ulm. In addition to your donation, become an member of the Albert Einstein Discovery Center Ulm Association and enjoy many of the advantages that a membership brings.
„The city of one’s birth is as much a part of your life as the ancestry of one’s biological mother“.
Each plaque has a unique serial number and is embellished with a citation in Einstein’s own handwriting: „The city of one’s birth is as much a part of your life as the ancestry of one’s biological mother“.
For your donation, sponsors can receive a tax receipt (this form may be used for income taxes in Germany as a special tax deductible claim). In addition, sponsors are given the opportunity to register their donation in order to be informed of special events and of the project status.
ALBERT EINSTEIN DISCOVERY CENTER
Your donation will be used for concept development, for planning and for the construction of the Discovery Center. The ALBERT EINSTEIN DISCOVERY CENTER will allow children and adults to interactively learn about Einstein’s theories and the resulting achievements with three different experiences:
1. SCIENCE CENTER
Exhibits in experimental physics invite hands-on interaction for visitors of all ages.
2. MODERN TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE
How Einstein’s research and theories influence modern society and our daily lives.
3. HISTORICAL GUIDE
Einstein’s life, his family background and the city of Ulm in 1879, the year of his birth.
PROF. DR. BERT SAKMANN
Nobel Prize Laureate “Physiology or Medicine” (1991)
PROF. WOLFGANG KETTERLE
Nobel Prize Laureate “Physics” (2001)
PROF. CHRISTINE KAPPEI
Freelance Architect (Dipl.-Ing.)
PROF. DR. JOACHIM ANKERHOLD
ALBERT EINSTEIN DISCOVERY CENTER ULM E.V.