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Monika Landgraf
Head of Corporate Communications, Chief Press Officer

Phone: +49 721 608-47414
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Margarete Lehné

Margarete Lehné
Deputy Head of Press Office
phone: +49 721 608-21157
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Press Releases 2018
No. Date Image Title
071 13.06.2018 The display in the glasses shows the engineer exact positions and work stages. (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
070 12.06.2018 In the Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders House (right) in Berlin's government district, the current meeting venue of the Research Committee of the German Bundestag, TAB is introducing its projects. (Photo: TAB)
069 11.06.2018 2018_069_Neutrinos auf der genauesten Waage der Welt_72dpi
062 22.05.2018 2018_062_CEBIT KIT zeigt selbstlernenden humanoiden Roboter_72dpi
068 08.06.2018 Steel strip drying after pretreatment with an infrared radiant burner (photo: GoGaS Goch GmbH & Co. KG)
067 06.06.2018 When it comes to exchanging knowledge for the energy transformation, KIT builds on real-life labs for urban development run together with Karlsruhe citizens. (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
066 05.06.2018
065 04.06.2018 The “Back to the Working Life of the Future” project aims to give historical perspective to the debate on the future of gainful employment fueled by Science Year 2018. (Photo: KIT, Institute for German Studies, Department of Science Communication)
064 30.05.2018 2018_064_Tour Eucor 2018 Mehr als 600 Kilometer durch drei Laender72dpi
063 28.05.2018  Flow guide elements for use in a heat exchanger. (Fig.: IMVT/KIT)
061 17.05.2018 Glassomer can be milled, turnered, lasered or processed in CNC machines – just like a conventional polymer (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
060 09.05.2018 2018_060_Schnelles Internet im Flieger rueckt naeher_72dpi
058 08.05.2018 2018_058_Wasseraufbereitung Neues Verfahren eliminiert Hormone_72dpi
053 02.05.2018 2018_053_Lufthuelle laesst Schiffe leichter durchs Wasser gleiten_72dpi
052 30.04.2018 Women’s rights and open society are in the focus of a public symposium of ZAK. (Photo: Pixabay, Creative Commons license)
051 27.04.2018  Certified compliance with current data protection legislation enhances security of cloud clients. (Graphics: KIT)
050 26.04.2018 The electronic nose, like the human nose, perceives complex gas mixtures – i.e. scents – and can recognize them based on specific signal patterns. (Photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
048 26.04.2018 Successful implementation depends decisively on the staff. (Photo: Manuel Balzer, KIT)
047 24.04.2018 Prototype of the EDR – Electrical Data Recorder. (Photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
046 23.04.2018 Michael Ganß. (Photo HZG/Kerstin Petermann:)
044 18.04.2018 Invisible password: The information for encryption is hidden in the molecule, e.g. a liquid droplet on paper. (Photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
043 17.04.2018 KIT and HsKA present projects to support successful studies. (Photo: Andrea Fabry)
042 13.04.2018 2018_042_Julius Wess Preis 2017 geht an Francis Halzen_72dpi
041 12.04.2018 Simulated tsunamis showing their maximum potential wave heights. (Photo: Andreas Schaefer, KIT)
040 12.04.2018 2018_040_Neue Graduiertenschule fuer Astroteilchenphysik72dpi
039 11.04.2018 2018_039_Redox Flow Batterie Netzspeicher fuer die Energiewende_72dpi
038 10.04.2018 man with an eye tracking system on his head
037 06.04.2018 2018_037_Spatenstich fuer den ZEISS Innovation Hub KIT72dpi
036 05.04.2018 2018_036_Mikro-Energieversorgung ohne Batterie und Kabel_72dpi
035 04.04.2018 2018_035_Was Perowskit-Solarzellen so effizient macht_72dpi
034 29.03.2018 2018_034_Nitrat Problem der Landwirtschaft in Luft aufloesen72dpi
033 28.03.2018 2018_033_KIT bietet online weltweiten Zugriff auf Roboter-Labor_72dpi
032 27.03.2018 2018_032_3D-Nanodruck erleichtert Kommunikation mit Licht_72dpi
031 27.03.2018 2018_031_Hannover Messe - Innovative Technologien fuer Industrie E-Mobilitaet und Energiewende_1_72dpi
030 22.03.2018 Get out of the black box: Open source hardware can make IT systems more secure (Photo: Pixabay, CC0 Creative Commons).
029 20.03.2018 Smartphone
028 15.03.2018 2018_028_Optimiertes Positionieren_72dpi
027 14.03.2018 Regions with highly concentrated reserves: the “lithium triangle“ in South America and, for cobalt, the Copperbelt in Central Africa. (Illustration: Nature Reviews Materials ©Macmillan Publishers Limited)
026 13.03.2018 Many people shy away from diagnostic tests. Pool samples might reduce fear. (Photo: Patrick Langer, KIT)
025 12.03.2018 Tests at Schiltach: Seismometer package corresponding to the system that will be used in the “InSight Lander” mission starting in May 2018. (Photo: Copyright CNES)
024 12.03.2018 How does good teaching work at the beginning of the studies? This topic will be in the focus of the meeting of the MINT-Kolleg in March 2018. (Photo: MINT-Kolleg Baden-Württemberg)
023 06.03.2018 2018_023_Technik unterstuetzt Inklusion in der Arbeitswelt_72dpi
022 05.03.2018 Studies or vocational training: On the Girls’ Day, KIT will inform about job perspectives. (Photo: Tanja Meißner, KIT)
021 28.02.2018
020 26.02.2018 Thanks to the intuitive operability of the system, rescue forces can concentrate on emergency medical care. (Photo: VOMATEC Innovations GmbH)
019 23.02.2018 2018_019_Optische Distanzmessung72dpi
018 22.02.2018 2018_018_smart cities72dpi
017 21.02.2018 Pascal Stichler studied business engineering at KIT and established the transaction marketplace “Carl” for sales of private companies. (Photo: Carl Finance GmbH)
016 20.02.2018
015 19.02.2018 2018_015_KIT baut European Open Science Cloud mit auf_72dpi
014 15.02.2018 2018_014_Ploetzlicher Herztod Vorsprung im Wettlauf gegen die Zeit_72.dpi
013 14.02.2018 Research-based teaching is a central feature of studies at KIT. (Photo: Sandra Göttisheim, KIT)
012 14.02.2018 The figure skater of only 3 mm height was printed onto the tip of a crystal. (Photo: Nanoscribe)
011 12.02.2018 Growth of fungi (left) on the molecular level (right) is in the focus of research conducted by KIT scientists. (Photo: L. Zhou, KIT)
010 08.02.2018 Nanoforest: Nanowires on a silicon wafer as recorded at the DESY NanoLab.    (Photo: DESY, Satishkumar Kulkarni/Thomas Keller)
009 05.02.2018 The demonstrator facility of the HELMETH project combines methanation (left) and electrolysis (right) with an efficiency of 76 percent. (Photo: sunfire GmbH)
008 30.01.2018 Tracking down forged superfoods. (Photo: KIT/Karl-Heinz Knoch)
007 24.01.2018 Solar energy and future storage systems: The next event “KIT at the City Hall” will cover energy research at KIT. (Photo: Tanja Meißner, KIT)
006 23.01.2018 Partnership to foster cooperation: President Holger Hanselka (KIT), Professor Michael Kaschke (ZEISS). Back: Vice President Thomas Hirth (KIT), Ulrich Simon (ZEISS). (Photo: KIT/Andreas Drollinger)
005 23.01.2018 Aus einem Baustein (links, roter Umriss) – bestehend aus zwei Teilen und einem Silber-Atom (blau) – entstehen komplexe, halbreguläre „Parkettmuster“ (rechts, Mikroskopbild). (Bild: Klappenberger und Zhang / TUM)
004 22.01.2018 Professor Johannes Orphal (Photo: Rolf F. Wenzel)
003 16.01.2018 Setup to monitor a computer chip with infrared cameras. (Photo: CES/KIT)
002 12.01.2018 Bestnoten von Personalverantwortlichen: Die Absolventinnen und Absolventen der ältesten Informatik-Fakultät Deutschlands sind gut für den Start in den Beruf vorbereitet (Foto: Lydia Albrecht, KIT)
001 09.01.2018 Depending on their specific properties, many minerals may be highly demanded and scarce raw materials for construction industry. (Photo: Nicole Brinnel/KIT)