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Jahresfeier 2018: Holger Hanselka, Präsident des KIT
Digital Chance and Its Impacts on Working Life and Society

“Working Life of the Future” was in the focus of KIT’s Annual Celebration 2018.

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

With four full proposals, the KIT is in the final round of the funding line “Clusters of Excellence.”

Human nose (photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
Electronic Nose Detects Different Odors

In the "smelldect" project, researchers of the KIT develop a sensor suitable for everyday use.

Particle accelerator experiment Belle II (photo: Felix Metzner, KIT)
Secrets of the Big Bang and Dark Matter

With Belle II, a globally unique particle accelerator experiment goes into operation in Japan.

Federal Minister Anja Karliczek at the stand of the KIT at the Hannover Messe 2018 (photo: supertrampmedia/KIT)
KIT at the Hannover Messe 2018

KIT presents innovative technologies for Industry 4.0, e-mobility, and the energy transition.

Lab in the Institute of Production Science of the KIT (photo: Manuel Balzer, KIT)
Production in Industry 4.0

Study shows how companies with Industry 4.0 can be versatile and what role humans play in it.

Prototype of the EDR - Electrical Data Recorder. (Photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
Live View of Mains Voltage and Load Currents

Electrical Data Recorder provides high-resolution measurement data from ongoing network operation.

President Holger Hanselka with Michael Ganß (photo: Sandra Göttisheim, KIT)
New Vice President Elected

KIT Senate confirms the election of Michael Ganß as Vice President Finance and Business Affairs.

More Internationality in STEM Subjects

KIT project to open STEM subjects for foreign students is granted EUR 50,000.

Invisible password: The information for encryption is in the molecule, for example as liquid dripped onto paper. (Photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
Organic Molecules as Bearers of Secrets

Chemical compounds can be used as passwords for encrypted information.

At an information event at KIT, parents can find out how they can support their children in choosing a course of study. (Picture: KIT/Manuel Balzer)
Parents and Choice of Studies

KIT’s Students Counseling Center provides information on topics, such as the role of parents in the choice of studies.