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Campus Tours

Großexperiment KATRIN (Foto: Markus Breig, KIT)
What is the mass of neutrinos? This is the question that the KATRIN experiment at Campus North seeks to answer (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
Riesenseerose im Botanischen Garten des KIT (Foto: Martin Lober, KIT)
Giant water lilies at the Botanical Garden of Campus South (Photo: Martin Lober, KIT)
Kunstwerk "Hirnlandschaft"
Piece of art at Campus South (Photo: Emanuel Jöbstl, KIT)

Get to know complex research facilities or the art collection of the KIT, perhaps even take a look into the past on a historical walk - there are many things to discover on a campus tour. With lectures and guided tours, scientists provide interested visitors with insights into the diverse topics at KIT.

 

Campus North

If you get to know AIDA, KARA or KATRIN during a campus tour, for example, you will learn interesting facts about climate research, accelerator technologiy or the smallest particles in the universe. For these acronyms refer to complex large-scale experiments and test facilities to be discovered on Campus North. The programme includes an introduction to the main research areas and visits to several scientific and technical facilities in the fields of climate and environment, materials, energy, or elementary particle and astroparticle physics. Moreover, KIT offers a guided tour of the art collection.

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Campus South

During a guided tour of the KIT Campus South, visitors can also view scientific facilities and learn about selected topics - from novel methods of plant breeding to modern energy management in the Smart Home and hydraulic engineering issues. If you would like to immerse yourself in the history of KIT and get to know the protagonists and their places of activity since the founding of the Polytechnic School in 1825, the historical tour is recommendable. On Campus South there is also the opportunity to take part in a guided tour with a focus on the art collection.

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