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Karst areas often suffer from water shortages: water is only available at great depths and is susceptible to pollution. (Photo: Peter Oberle, KIT)
Pilot Plant in Vietnam

KIT develops sustainable technologies for water supply in emerging and developing countries.

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

KIT was awarded the title "University of Excellence" within the Excellence Strategy launched by the federal and state governments.

Scholarship holders at the celebration in the Audimax (Photo: Andreas Drollinger, KIT)
Record Results for Germany Scholarships

KIT was able to award 259 Germany scholarships this year.

In the ClimXtreme project, researchers investigate the possible causes of heat waves (Photo: Gabi Zachmann, KIT)
Cause of Heat Waves

KIT climate researchers see the drop in air masses from great heights as the cause of extreme heat waves.

Mobile sensors measure the movement of the knee joint. The measured values are the training data for machine learning algorithms in order to estimate the load on the knee joint. (Photo: KIT)
Intelligent Knee Brace for Arthrosis Patients

A prototype equipped with sensors is to use self-learning algorithms to estimate loads.

New Research Training Group at KIT

DFG funds research training group on high-temperature materials for four and a half years.

Federal President Steinmeier Meets KIT Alumni in Boston

German-American cooperation in the focus of several events.

Strengthening the Teacher Training in Computer Science

The Carl Zeiss Foundation supports the endowed professorship "Computer Science and its Didactics" at KIT.

Startup Monitor: KIT in Number Two Position

In the year 2018, 18 new companies emerged from the KIT.

Is the driver ready to take the wheel? Autonomous systems use cameras and sensors to respond to the situation in the interior. (Photo: KIT)
Autonomous Driving: Interaction Driver and Autopilot

PAKoS Project demonstrates how human drivers and digital pilots might work together in future.

Methane pyrolysis by means of a bubble column reactor enables the climate-friendly use of fossil natural gas. (Infographics: Leon Kühner, KIT)
Hydrogen from Natural Gas without CO2 Emissions

KIT and Wintershall Dea work together on climate-friendly methane pyrolysis on an industrial scale.