Measurements of KIT meteorologists show: The city center of Karlsruhe was up to seven degrees warmer than the surrounding area.
The renovated mathematics building sets standards regarding energy efficiency and offers up-to-date conditions for teaching and research.
KIT researchers unveil the influence of emotions on the behavior of electronic market users.
ELISE joint project develops interfaces for flexible data transfer in real time.
RegEnKibo project: Solutions for smart grid technology on a regional level.
Economist of KIT compared tax receipts, healthcare costs, and saving effects of smoking.
On September 1, Otmar D. Wiestler assumed his office as president of the Helmholtz Association.
Students, who register in Karlsruhe as their primary residence, receive a welcome present.
KIT and Disney Research develop a method for the computation of pictures of granular materials.
Application for the Bachelor in Information Science, History of Art, and German Studies is still possible.
Latest news from the Karlsruhe Intitute of Technology presented in a video broadcast.