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Open Day 2017 Open Day 2017
Tag der offenen Tür des KIT am 24. Juni 2017 von 10 bis 21 Uhr am Campus-Nord, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen (Grafik: Shutterstock / Eva Geiger, KIT)
Effektvoll am KIT: Open Day 2017 on Campus North

Directions, video trailer, program: Everything you need to know about the Open Day on June 24, 2017 from 10 am to 9 pm.

Mit dem Spatenstich beginnt die Bauphase der neuen Halle des Energie Lab 2.0 auf dem Campus Nord des KIT. (Bild: Laila Tkotz/KIT)
Groundbreaking for the Energy Transition

The first laboratory complex for research into intelligent energy systems under the Energy Lab 2.0 project is being built on Campus North.

Gerd Hirzinger erhält Heinrich-Hertz-Gastprofessur

Pionier der Robotik hält am 28. und 29. Juni zwei öffentliche Vorträge am KIT.

Australian Laureate Fellow 2017: Professor Christopher Barner-Kowollik (Foto: Irina Westermann)
Customized High-tech Materials by Using Light

Christopher Barner-Kowollik’s project on programming material properties by a laser is funded by an Australian Laureate Fellowship.

Dr. Nicole Stricker (links) und Bettina Fleck (Fotos: Lydia Albrecht, KIT; Studioline Karlsruhe)
Erna Scheffler Sponsorship Award for Excellent Research

The Soroptimist Club Karlsruhe honors Dr. Nicole Stricker and Bettina Fleck of KIT.

NEULAND – The Innovation Day at KIT

"NEULAND" is the venue for innovators, enterprises, investors, students, employees, and founders.

3D Printing from the Cloud

With the support of the State of Baden-Württemberg, KIT and Stuttgart University launch 3D printing cloud.

Source of Raw Materials, Climate Factor, Escape Route

Series of lectures "Man and the sea: Hopes and challenges" focuses on the ocean.

Zukunftsraum des Reallabors 131 des KIT (Foto: Tanja Meißner)
Research for a Sustainable Life in the Quarter

In the “Reallabor 131: KIT findet Stadt,” scientists and citizens develop ideas for more quality of life in Karlsruhe’s Oststadt.

Solitonen-Frequenzkämme werden durch Siliziumnitrid-Mikroresonatoren erzeugt und zur parallelen Datenübertragung über eine Vielzahl von Frequenzkanälen genutzt. (Bild: J. N. Kemal/P. Marin Palomo/KIT).
Optical Communication at Record Speed

Scientists of KIT and EPFL reach a data transfer speed of 55 terabits per second with newly developed components.

Die Partner bei der Vertragsunterzeichnung (Foto: Lydia Albrecht, KIT)
KIT and Bosch: Innovating Together

KIT and Robert Bosch GmbH conclude a strategic partnership contract for the promotion of technical innovations.