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The PrognoNetz project aims at high-resolution, real-time overhead line monitoring. (Illustration: ITIV, KIT)
Artificial Intelligence Improves Power Transmission

KIT researchers develop self-learning sensor networks to predict the resilience of overhead lines.

The KIT in the excellence strategy (photo: Sandra Göttisheim, KIT)
The KIT in the Excellence Strategy

KIT has acquired two “Clusters of Excellence” within the Excellence Strategy launched by the federal and state governments.

Professor Stefano Passerini and his colleague Hyein Moon assemble a sodium ion battery on a glove box. (Photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
Powerful Sodium-Ion Batteries

KIT and HIU will develop prototypes for future application in electro-mobility and stationary energy storage.

AI-based competence assistance systems help to make the right decisions for personal development in everyday work. (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
Full Flow Thanks to Artificial Intelligence

Competence assistance systems are designed to maintain concentrated work phases and provide impetus for the development of competencies.

Schlosslichtspiele Karlsruhe (Photo: Fränkle/Stadt Karlsruhe)
KIT to Join Schlosslichtspiele

On the occasion of KIT’s 10th anniversary, the KIT Climate and Environment Center will organize a film contribution.

Bundesgartenschau 2019: Pavilion Made of Recycled Materials

KIT Department of Architecture presents a construction consisting entirely of secondary raw materials.

Agile production systems with learning robots make industrial production fit for the future. (Photo: Sandra Goettisheim, KIT)
Artificial Intelligence for the Production of the Future

KIT research group develops agile production system – Carl Zeiss Foundation funds EUR three million.

Luftaufnahme der unterschiedlichen Energiesystemkomponenten auf dem Campus Nord des KIT. (Foto: Sebastian Mang, KIT)
Sector Coupling in the Real-World Laboratory

In the SEKO project, strategies and technologies for climate-friendly interconnection of energy systems are being tested.

In addition to the basics in computer science, economics and law, the business informatics course emphasizes practice-oriented problem-solving competence. (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
Start of the Information Systems Studies Program

The Program imparts competences for the digital worlds of work and life.

Drivers of a more sustainable society: With the new network, German urban transition labs increase their visibility (Photo: MWK, Jan Potente)
Real-world Laboratories Increase Visibility

KIT, Wuppertal Institute, Lüneburg University, and Ecornet establish “Network of Real-world Labs for Sustainability.”

KIT Doctoral Student Becomes Schmidt Science Fellow

Andreas Schlüter from the Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research is the only Fellow from Germany.