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Dr. Katrin Schulz leitet am KIT die Gruppe „Kontinuumsformulierung versetzungsbasierter Kristallplastizität” (Foto: Tanja Meißner, KIT)
KIT Researcher Chosen for Funding under the Wrangell Program

Dr. Katrin Schulz will be funded under Baden-Württemberg´s Margarete von Wrangell program for post-doctoral lecture qualification.

KIT – Die Forschungsuniversität in der Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft
KIT: The Research University in the Helmholtz Association

KIT 2025 umbrella strategy maps out the future course: Research for the good of society - focused on energy, mobility, and information.

Deutlich erhöhte Manövrierbarkeit etwa beim Einparken ermöglichen die hochintegrierten Längs- und Querführungssysteme des Projekts OmniSteer (Bild: KIT / OmniSteer)
OmniSteer Project: Steering without Borders

Automatic steering system and individually steerable wheels to enhance agility of automobiles.

Weltweit kleinstes Fachwerk
Nature Materials: World's Smallest Lattice Structure

New 3D Lattice with glassy carbon struts and braces has higher specific strength than most familiar solids.

Professor Holger Hanselka, President of KIT (Photo: KIT)
Hanselka on Imboden Commission Report

Recommendations are a "positive signal for the universities' capability of strategic actions."

Two Start-ups of the KIT Are Award-Winning

"Best of BW": Two start-ups were successful at the Venture Capital-Pitch Baden-Württemberg.

Heinrich-Hertz-Guest Professorship 2016

On February 16, Prof. Dr. h.c. mult. Hasso Plattner (SAP SE) is invited to give two lectures.

KIT-News for January 2016

Latest news topics, featuring the Overarching KIT 2025 Strategy, and others in a video broadcast.

Advanced Education Courses Start Again

Three new courses on energy economics will start at KIT's Center for Technology-Enhanced Learning.

Graffiti digital
InGrid Project: Archiving and Investigating Graffiti

The Information System on Graffiti in Germany (InGriD) contains more than 120,000 photos.

Academic Dialogue with the Islamic World

IfSS hosts workshop for doctoral researchers from Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia, and Israel.