At KIT, about 800 scientists from more than 35 institutes organized in the KIT Mobility Systems Center conduct research on what the mobility of the future might look like. In this context, many aspects have to be taken into account: from raw material recycling to synthetic fuels and electromobility to the networking of traffic and more.
Innovation at KIT
Together with research and teaching, innovation is one of three major tasks of KIT. KIT contributes to the success of this transfer, e.g., by promoting the spirit of entrepreneurship among researchers and students. Discover various innovation activities at KIT in this online dossier: from practical inventions to contributions to the energy transition or clever solutions in the field of information technologies to spin-offs and established partnerships.
Climate Change and Sustainability
Achieving the Paris climate protection goals and the associated sustainable transformation of our society are among the greatest challenges of the 21st century. Explore in the dossier which findings climate and environmental research at KIT has gained and which contributions it can make to the protection of our livelihoods or the success of the energy transition.
Technology. Impacts. Visions
The future has always been a field of projections: for hopes, visions and utopias. The dossier "Technology. Impacts. Visions" presents various such projections, ranging from approaches to a climate-neutral energy system and mobility utopias to peace-building AI - and also takes a look in the historical rear-view mirror.
Bioeconomy is the topic of the Science Year 2020/21. But what actually is bioeconomy? Our dossier offers you a compact overview of this broad issue and explains why the future promise of bioeconomy is so important. Based on practical examples from research at KIT, you will read, see, and hear what bioeconomy is capable of.
Energy Lab 2.0
How can the energy transition succeed? What does the energy system of the future offer? These and other questions are being researched in KIT's Energy Lab 2.0. The real-world lab, which is unique in Germany, thus provides insights into the sustainable transformation of our energy system, an essential cornerstone for successfully curbing climate change.