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Questions and Answers Relating to the Corona Virus

KIT is prepared and capable of acting. Updated FAQ: Homeoffice / Psychotherapeutic Counselling for Students (As of April 3, 2020)

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Coronavirus / COVID-19: Event Cancellations at KIT

According to a decree of the state of Baden-Württemberg, no public meetings, conferences and other gatherings and events will take place initially until June15, 2020.

Peter Sanders (photo: Heidi Offterdinger, KIT)
Scalable Algorithms for Numerous Applications

The European Research Council has awarded Peter Sanders' "ScAlBox" project an Advanced Grant.

Nach dem Vorbild des weißen Käfers Cyphochilus insulanus erzeugt ein nanostrukturierter Polymerfilm eine strahlend weiße Beschichtung. (Foto: Julia Syurik, KIT)
New Materials

Nanostructured polymer film achieves white appearance without the use of environmentally harmful titanium oxide - beetle armour as a model.

Currently, Risklayer counts 32,024 cases of corona infections in Germany (as of March 24, 2020). (Picture: James Daniell, KIT/Risklayer)
Data Analysis: Spread of the Corona virus

KIT and Risklayer collect current data on the development of the corona pandemic.

In der integrierten Versuchsanlage soll ein neuer Prozess zur Reduktion von CO2 in der Atmosphäre erprobt werden. (Foto: Moritz Leg)
From Greenhouse Gas to High-tech Raw Material

At KIT, a pilot plant for the conversion of CO2 from ambient air into solid carbon will be built.

University Funding Agreement Signed

President Holger Hanselka: "Can reliably plan for the next few years".

High-tech Forum: Ways to the Agile State

The committee calls for an overarching cultural change in public administration.

Working during the Pandemic

A compact manual for distributed working helps companies that have to send their employees to the home office.

Researchers cultivate plant cells in biochips to investigate the effect of different signalling substances on the cells. (Photo: Alexandra Wolf, KIT)
Plant Protection Without Poison

A transnational network coordinated by KIT investigates chemical signals between pathogens and plants.

Corona Pandemic: Effects of the Crisis

Armin Grunwald, expert for technology assessment, on the social and technical effects of the crisis.