KIT – The Research University in the Helmholtz Association – combines university tradition with program-oriented research. In 2009, the Technical University of Karlsruhe and Karlsruhe Research Center merged to KIT. The framework conditions presently offered to KIT researchers are accordingly unique in the German science system. Nowhere else can researchers use the infrastructure of a large-scale research center and collaborate at a university of excellence across the disciplines of natural sciences, engineering, economics, the humanities and social sciences. Research at KIT is aimed at creating new findings, applications, and solutions to master the global challenges facing humankind with pathbreaking contributions – in particular in the areas of energy, mobility, and information. The only German university of excellence with a national large-scale research sector offers unique education and training options for students and early-stage researchers.
At the KIT Centers, scientists are working on division-overlapping research and innovation topics. In this way, interdisciplinary cooperation is supported at the KIT.More
Two ombudspersons act as contact for the employees of the KIT as persons of trust in supposed cases of scientific misconduct.More
With a comprehensive service, KIT's Research Office supports the acquisition of research funds and the coordination of research projects.More
The Young Investigator Network promotes the networking and advanced training of junior research group leaders and junior professors at KIT.More
From architecture to economics - KIT experts provide insight and background information on many topics. They can be reached via a central portal.More
The International Scholars & Welcome Office supports foreign researchers planning a stay at the KIT.More