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KIT in Town Hall: Big Data and Artificial Intelligence

The KIT Information Systems Technologies Center introduces itself at the Karlsruhe town hall at 25. January 2017.

Prof. Dr. Britta Nestler (Foto: Sandra Göttisheim, KIT)
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize for Britta Nestler

KIT scientist is awarded the renowned Leibniz Prize in the amount of EUR 2.5 million for her contribution to computer-aided material science.

V.l.n.r.: Vizepräsident und Präsident des KIT, Thomas Hirth und Holger Hanselka, Mitglied des Vorstands der SAP, Gerhard Oswald, und Bernd Welz, Chief Knowledge Officer, SAP (Foto: SAP)
KIT and SAP® - Strategic Partnership to Accelerate Digital Solutions

The partnership in research, academic education, and innovation aims to develop insights on digital solutions for industry, science, and society.

Sturmschäden im Schwarzwald bei Baiersbronn (Foto: Markus Breig, KIT)
Risks of Extreme Weather Events

New endowed professorship: Joaquim Pinto’s research focuses on regional climate and weather hazards.

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Research Podcast "KIT.audio" Has Started

The free podcast addresses research topics that are of relevance to the public.

"FameLab" Contest in Karlsruhe

On March 15 a preliminary decision of the international contest will take place at the Tollhaus.

Economical LED Street Lighting

Scientists develop a special array of light spots to create an even more economic LED street light.

New Zealand: Ground Conditions and Vegetation

Sebastian Schmidtlein researches how the development of grounds influences vegetation.

Neurons Modulate Growth of Blood Vessels

Researchers are shaking a dogma of cell biology in the scientific journal Nature Communications.

Das Standbild aus der Video-Animation visualisiert die Windströme einer Anlage auf dem Windenergie-Testfeld WINSENT. (Bild: 2Dmedia/WindFors)
KIT Is Partner in the WINSENT Project

The wind energy project focuses on how wind turbines can be operated optimally in mountainous areas.

KIT Messstation auf dem Energieberg (Foto: Bianca Adler)
Studying Winter Storms in Karlsruhe

Meteorologists study the development of squalls with the help of measuring instruments on Karlsruhe’s “energy hill.”