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Studying at KIT: More than Technology Studying at KIT: More than Technology
A learning helper: The ARMAR 6 assistance robot can acquire new skills, support users and provide tools by observation alone. (Picture:KIT/Laila Tkotz)
KIT Shows Humanoid Robot

Highly exciting research and start-up projects at CEBIT from 12 to 15 June (Hall 27, Booth G52).

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.”

Glassomer can be milled, turnered, lasered or processed in CNC machines – just like a conventional polymer (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
Processing Glass Like a Polymer

KIT Materials Scientists Develop New Forming Technology – Publication in Advanced Materials.

Start beim Testfeld für Autonomes Fahren  (Quelle: Patrick Langer, KIT)
Start of the Test Area for Autonomous Driving

Minister of the Interior Strobl and Minister of Transport Hermann open the Baden-Württemberg Test Area for Autonomous Driving.

Transmitter on the wing of the aircraft. A small parabolic antenna ensures the correct alignment with the ground station. Photo: R. Sommer/ Fraunhofer FHR
Moving towards Fast Internet on the Plane

For the first time, researchers achieve data transfer rates of eight gigabits per second.

Professor Andrea Schäfer (right) of  the membrane technology department of the Institute of Functional Interfaces and her team carry out studies on the elimination of micropollutants. (photo: Sandra Göttisheim, KIT)
New Process for Water Treatment

Micropollutants contaminate drinking water worldwide - KIT develops process for removing hormones.

Im Antennenmessraum des KIT prüft Jerzy Kowalewski eine neue Super-Antenne. (Foto: Markus Breig, KIT)
More Powerful Car Antennas

Researchers at KIT have designed an antenna system that can handle large amounts of data.

Transregio 89 "Invasive Computing": DFG Approves 3rd Funding Phase

In TRR 89, scientists of KIT, the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, and the Technical University of Munich are working on the more efficient use of computer resources.

The extremely water-repellent surface of the floating fern (Salvinia) serves as a model for AIRCOAT technology. (Figure: Research Group Prof. Schimmel, KIT)
Air Coating for Ships

The coating reduces the frictional resistance of ships and makes them glide more easily through the water.

CHE: Top Grades for KIT by Students

KIT is strong in informatics, sports, and chemistry in the CHE university ranking.

Dossier: "Metropolises under Pressure"

How do urban planners deal with the challenges posed by the continuing global trend towards urbanization?