KIT measurements show: The city center of Karlsruhe was up to seven degree warmer than the surrounding area.
The renovated building for mathematics sets standards regarding energy efficiency and offers up-to-date conditions for teaching and research.
KIT researchers show the influence of emotions on the behavior of electronic markets users.
Joint project ELISE develops interface for flexible data transfer in real time.
KIT and Disney Research develop a method for the computation of pictures of granular materials.
International researchers examines the climatic effects of the population growth in West Africa.
"QuartrBack" project combines volunteer work with technology to enable social inclusion.
Young Investigator Group at KIT develops sustainable printing materials for biodegradable components.
KIT researchers developed a process to make steel bolts more resistant to friction.
Extra-occupational refresher courses: "Energy English" and "Renewable Energies".
PhD Days from September 29 to October 2 for doctoral researchers and students interested in doing a PhD.