News 2018
Information from quantum memories is entangled with photons and transmitted over long distances. (Picture: David Hunger, KIT)
(20.12.2018)Beginnings of Quantum Communication

The Federal Ministry of Education and Research funds cooperation project on fast and tap-proof communication.

Compact plants with which climate-neutral fuel can be produced anywhere could accelerate the transformation of traffic. (Photo: KIT, PPQ)
(19.12.2018)Fuel for Climate-neutral Aviation

Cooperation project prepares launch of synthetic kerosene from renewable electricity and carbon dioxide.

KIT Researchers work on a method that will make it possible to detect damage to the bridge structure earlier (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(18.12.2018)New Method for Safe Bridges

With radar sensors and algorithms, KIT researchers want to detect minor damage of bridges at an early stage.

The CMS experiment is one of four major experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), an accelerator at CERN in Geneva.. (Foto: Michael Hoch, Maximilien Brice/CERN/CMS Collaboration)
(17.12.2018)Millions of Funding for Elementary Particle Research

BMBF funds experimental research into fundamental building blocks of matter with EUR 7.6 million.

The engineers at KIT want to optimize the production of components in order to improve their properties and save resources. (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(14.12.2018)Optimized Production for Better Components

KIT production engineers explore new manufacturing processes that save resources.

(13.12.2018)Dust Transport across the Atlantic Ocean

Have large particles been underestimated in climate models so far?

Winner and Jury of the Lothar-Späth-Award 2018 - in the middle the INERATEC-Team (Photo: Wolfang List)
(11.12.2018)INERATEC Wins First Lothar Späth Award

KIT spinoff receives the innovation award for a reactor technology fitting in a container.

(11.12.2018)Against Xenophobia

TU9 universities stand for cosmopolitanism, respect, and tolerance.

Boxberg coal-fired power plant in Lusatia: KIT researchers measured up to 85,000 particles per cubic centimetre in the plume  at a distance of 20 kilometres (Photo: Wolfgang Junkermann, KIT)
(11.12.2018)Power Plants Generate more Ultrafine Dust than Traffic

KIT researchers prove that filter systems are the largest sources of ultrafine particles worldwide.

Wolfgang Wernsdorfer (Photo: Sandra Göttisheim, KIT)
(06.12.2018)Leibniz Prize for KIT Scientist

Wolfgang Wernsdorfer is granted most important research prize in Germany.

(06.12.2018)150th Anniversary of Geodetic Institute

Land management and geoinformatics remain cutting-edge occupational fields, especially as a result of digitization.

Biocatalyst: Two different proteins, comparable to a two-component adhesive, automatically combine to form a hydrogel. (Graphic: Theo Peschke, KIT)
(05.12.2018)Biological Production of Industrial Raw Materials

KIT chemists develop new biocatalytic material for the "green" production of value-added chemicals.

(04.12.2018)Video Message From Outer Space

Alexander Gerst, alumnus of KIT, greets students and employees of KIT in a video message.

Christian Wegmann and Eric Schweitzer, DIHK president (photo: DIHK / Jens Schicke).
(04.12.2018)KIT Trainee is National Winner

Software developer Christian Wegmann was honored at the ceremony in Berlin.

(04.12.2018)Tablet Computer for Blind People

ERC Consolidator Grant for the development of tactile displays for visually impaired people.

In order to apply controlled pressure to their microscopic, superconducting sample, the researchers use sensitive holders with actuators based on the piezo effect. (Figure: KIT)
(30.11.2018)Science: High Pressure Arranges Electrons

KIT researchers investigate competing states in high-temperature superconductors.

Microcomputer tomography (µCT) makes the product structure visible. (Fig.: Patrick Wittek, KIT)
(28.11.2018)Plant Proteins for Meat Lovers

Optimization of meat substitutes - Researchers at KIT and TU Berlin investigate the manufacturing process.

(28.11.2018)"Highly Cited Researchers“

Eight KIT researchers in informatics, climate research, chemistry, and physics are among the most frequently cited authors in their fields.

(26.11.2018)New Collaborative Research Center on Particle Physics

Researchers want to find out more about the fundamental theory.

Humanoid robot ARMAR-6 (photo: Laila Tkotz, KIT)
(26.11.2018)Digital Transformation Summit: Artificial Intelligence

KIT experts on autonomous driving, intelligent robots, machine learning and cyber security.

Die Preisträger des Innovationspreises der Deutschen Gaswirtschaft 2018 aus dem KIT und dem IASS in Potsdam (Foto: Claudius Pflug)
(23.11.2018)Climate-friendly Methane Cracking Awarded

German gas industry honors a process developed by researchers from Karlsruhe and Potsdam.

Professor Nora Szech (photo: Manuel Balzer, KIT)
(22.11.2018)Scientist of the KIT among the "Top 40 under 40"

The Capital magazine ranks Nora Szech among the "Young Elite" in the category "Society and Science."

The linear accelerator FLUTE is an example for the compact and flexible accelerator facilities at KIT. (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(21.11.2018)Accelerators for Science and Medical Research

Helmholtz Association funds project for accelerator technologies with nearly 30 million euros.

KIT researchers check e-bikes on a test bench that is common in the automotive industry. (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(20.11.2018)Researchers Pimp Electric Bikes

KIT engineers want to improve the efficiency and range of electric bikes.

Digitisation Minister Thomas Strobl with professor Jörn Müller-Quade (right) und researchers of the Competence Center for Applied Security Technology KASTEL at KIT (Photo: KIT)
(16.11.2018)“Digitization Run!“ Reaches KIT

The running group of the State Minister of Digitization Thomas Strobl makes its third stop at KIT to discuss AI-related research.

Nanofibers with different directions of rotation. (Figure: Kenneth Cheng, University of Michigan)
(16.11.2018)How Polymer Furs Grow in a Self-organized Way

Molecular vapor deposition provides tailor-made nanofibers for various purposes.

Haptic displays could facilitate complex control tasks in control rooms. Here in the picture: The control room of the neutrino experiment KATRIN at KIT. (Photo: Irina Westermann, KIT)
(15.11.2018)"Feeling" Data with Haptic Displays

KIT researchers develop sensors that help control complex systems.

Opening ceremony of the new buildings (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(14.11.2018)Sustainable Infrastructure for Research and Teaching

Opening ceremony of two new buildings for the Engler-Bunte Institute and the MINT-Kolleg.

(13.11.2018)Nanoscaled Materials in the Computer

DFG funds new research training group of KIT on friction, materials, and biology.

From left: Prof. Holger Hanselka, Dr. Dieter Zetsche and Prof. Frank Gauterin (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(12.11.2018)Competent Outlooks on Tomorrow’s Mobility

10th Carl Benz Memorial Lecture with State Minister of Transport Hermann, Daimler CEO Zetsche, and KIT President Hanselka.

(09.11.2018)Nanoscribe Wins State Prize for Start-ups

KIT spin-off receives award for revolutionary 3D laser printing process.

(09.11.2018)Cooperation with Argentina

New Helmholtz Research School in astrophysics inaugurated.

On the tenth anniversary of GAMI, the new research factory on artificial intelligence in industrial production was opened. (Photo: GAMI/KIT)
(08.11.2018)Research Factory for Artificial Intelligence Opened in Suzhou

Ten years of research in China - new AI platform also aims to promote young scientists.

At the "Uni für Einsteiger" event on November 21, 2018, students get an impression of student life in taster courses (Photo: Harry Marx, KIT)
(08.11.2018)Day for Information about Studies at KIT

“Uni für Einsteiger” on November 21, 2018 will provide insight into study programs and training options.

(07.11.2018)KIT Supports Repairing of the Rhine Bridge Maxau

KIT engineers are significantly involved in the establishment of the new repair technique.

(06.11.2018)Citizens in Favour of Liberalisation of Germline Therapy

The KIT participation project "Bürgerdelphi Keimbahntherapie" presented its final report.

Scientists have discovered that emotions such as joy, anger, anxiety or helplessness can be felt on a physical, mental or behavioural level. (Photo: Lydia Albrecht/KIT)
(06.11.2018)Football Coaches between Winning, Losing, and Emotion

Influence of the emotional life of football coaches on sports trends - Publication in "Sports".

KIT Researchers work on making the cars of the future leaner. (Photo: KIT/FAST)
(31.10.2018)Car of the Future – Safe, Lightweight, and Affordable

KIT researchers develop new assistance systems and tests for future vehicles.

(31.10.2018)The Digital (R)Evolution in Science

Helmholtz Horizons Symposium highlights scientific trends and social impacts.

In Petri dishes and Erlenmeyer flasks, Christoph Syldatk's team cultivates microorganisms that can turn biomass into chemical raw materials. (Photo: KIT)
(30.10.2018)Microorganisms as Production Aids

Innovative biotechnology simplifies the use of biomass as an alternative to crude oil.

Laser light can be used to optically read out quantum registers based on spin states of single rare earth ions in a crystalline membrane. (Photo: Thomas Hümmer)
(29.10.2018)Multi-functional Quantum Bits for Future Computers

European Commission funds SQUARE flagship project with EUR three million.

Fall prevention is an important issue in health care for older people. (Photo: Markus Breig/KIT)
(25.10.2018)Sensors Help to Prevent Falls

Movement sensors on the wrist evaluate the geriatric fall risk in everyday life.

(25.10.2018)Dialogue on Autonomous Technologies in Europe

Around 50 citizens discussed autonomous technologies and submitted their proposals to politicians.

(19.10.2018)Vocational Training Awarded

In the "Vocational Training without Borders" competition, KIT convinced the jury with foreign options for its trainees.

(16.10.2018)Removing Multi-resistant Bacteria from Sewage

Within the BMBF-funded HyReKA project, KIT studies the spread of antibiotics-resistant bacteria.

The Karlsruhe Citizens' Dialogue on 20 October 2018  focuses on autonomous technologies (grafic: Federal Government)
(16.10.2018)Dialogue on Autonomous Technologies

KIT invites 100 Citizens to participate in the discussion forum launched by the Federal Government.

Being able to disassemble electronic waste into its raw materials during recycling saves resources. (Photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
(15.10.2018)Proper Sorting: New Adhesive for Better Recycling

KIT-developed detachable adhesive is to improve sorting of components.

The blind cave fish Phreatichthys andruzzii has been living in water-filled crevices below the Somali desert for millions of years. (Photo: Andrea Margutti, University of Ferrara/Italy)
(12.10.2018)Did ancestors of mammals live underground?

Lack of DNA repair mechanism in rare cave fish indicates similar living conditions.

Photo evaluation with AI: The node size shows the frequency of certain tags, the colors represent different thematic clusters (Graphic: Heera Lee, KIT)
(12.10.2018)Photos Show Socio-cultural Value of Landscapes

New image analysis method based on artificial intelligence developed at KIT.

Signing of the cooperation agreement between KIT and Jiangsu Industrial Technology Research Institute (Photo: INTL/KIT)
(11.10.2018)Competence Center for Environmental Technology

KIT and international partners to establish an environmental competence center in China.

(10.10.2018)"We must not Think that It just Gets Warmer."

Climate researcher Harald Kunstmann about the IPCC special report on global warming of 1.5 degrees.

Im neuen Zentrum „Mathematics in Sciences, Engineering, and Economics“  bündeln Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler aus verschiedenen Disziplinen die mathematische Forschung am KIT. (Foto: Markus Breig, KIT)
(10.10.2018)New KIT Mathematics Center Established

The Center pools the interdisciplinary mathematical research at KIT.

(09.10.2018)Award for Biomedical Research

The American neurobiologist Monte Westerfield receives the Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard Award for his research with fish models.

Pilot plant for liquid metals at KIT. Liquid metals are well suited for the transfer of high heat outputs. (Photo: Karsten Litfin, KIT)
(09.10.2018)Energy Storage on the Power Plant Scale

Agreement signed on the establishment of a research infrastructure for large energy storage systems.

Scientists at KIT working in a battery laboratory to determine material properties. The characterization of new materials is an important step on the way to a solid state battery. (Photo: Carsten Costard)
(08.10.2018)Batteries for E-mobility and Stationary Storage

BMBF-funded "FestBatt" competence cluster to develop and produce novel solid-state batteries.

Ein Thema des Projekts "Roboshield" ist der sichere Betrieb von Arbeitsplätzen mit Mensch-Roboter-Kollaboration. (Foto: Fraunhofer IPA)
(08.10.2018)Researchers Make Production Plants Safe

Human-robot workplaces must be safe for employees and secure aganist external cyber attacks.

KIT welcomes its new students with a celebration at the Karlsruhe Congress Center (photo: Markus Breig, KIT).
(05.10.2018)5,100 Freshmen Start Their Studies at KIT

Welcome event at Schwarzwaldhalle – Number of students in the 2018/19 winter semester totals more than 24,000.

Baden-Württemberg universities are pooling their expertise in the field of water research to improve water supply and quality (photo: Stefan Haun, University of Stuttgart)
(05.10.2018)Status Colloquium on Water Research

The funding program “Netzwerk Wasserforschung Baden-Württemberg” covers research relating to the availability of water.

Relaxing or stressful: Urban planners at KIT investigate how people experience certain places (Figure: Urban Emotions)
(04.10.2018)Tracking Fear-causing Spaces in the City

Urban Emotions project makes stress perception of pedestrians and cyclists measurable.

(04.10.2018)Advanced Secondary Battery Technologies

Symposium with scientists from Germany and Japan focuses on current battery research.

High-performance computer at the KIT (photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(02.10.2018)Making Treasuries of Data Usable for Medicine

Young researchers to develop new diagnostic and therapeutic methods based on large amounts of data.

Excellence Strategy: KIT successful with two "Clusters of Excellence".
(27.09.2018)Excellence Strategy: KIT Is Successful with Two "Clusters of Excellence"

Hanselka: "Great Success"/KIT will submit proposal in the funding line "University of Excellence."

(26.09.2018)Stable Performance in THE Ranking

In the THE World University Ranking, KIT ranks 135th worldwide and 14th in Germany.

Unordnung in Batterien
(26.9.2018)International Symposium: Disorder in Batteries

“LiRichFCC” project covers disordered, lithium-rich saline structures.

(26.09.2018)Ten Years YIN

The Young Investigator Network of KIT will celebrate its anniversary on October 08.

(25.09.2018)Universities on Demand to Resign against Minister Bauer

Chairmen of the university and supervisory boards of Baden-Württemberg's state universities comment on the demands for resignation of Science Minister Bauer.

Bildunterschrift: Im Rahmen der feierlichen Eröffnungszeremonie der Internationalen SOFT-2018 Konferenz in Sizilien am 16.9.2018 erhielt Jens Reiser (2. V. l.) den renommierten SOFT Innovation Prize der Europäischen Kommission (Foto: Peter Späh).
(24.09.2018)Jens Reiser wins SOFT Innovation Prize

The materials scientist is awarded by the European Commission for his research on tungsten processing.

(24.09.2018)Cross-border Risk Management

SERIOR Graduate Academy connects research in Germany, France, and Switzerland.

Leibinger Innovationspreis für Photonik-Projekt DELPHI
(21.09.2018)Innovation Award for Photonics Project

Cross-institute team of KIT receives the Berthold Leibinger Innovation Award.

(20.09.2018)Nanoreactors Based on Natural Models

The development of scientists from KIT and QUT (Australia) is of central importance for many industrial processes.

(19.09.2018)KIT Expands Relationships into Silicon Valley

Event with Prime Minister Kretschmann in San Francisco as prelude for new platform "KIT Link".

Unternehmer und Investor Frank Thelen, bekannt als Jurymitglied in der TV-Sendung „Die Höhle der Löwen“. (Foto: Ben Fuchs © Frank Thelen)
(19.09.2018)About Lions, Unicorns, and “Freigeister”

The Karlsruhe Startup Alliance and KIT bring the “Lions’ Den” to Karlsruhe – Live event on October 2 at KIT’s main lecture hall.

The active material, using transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM) and energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX). (Figure: Nature Communications)
(18.09.2018)Disorder Stabilized Batteries

High entropy oxides enable reversible energy storage. Publication in Nature Communications.

Vizepräsident für Lehre und Akademische Angelegenheiten am KIT: Professor Dr. Alexander Wanner (Bild: M. Breig/ KIT)
(17.09.2018)Wanner Remains Vice President for Higher Education

Further development of the unity of research and teaching will be in the focus.

Präsident des KIT: Professor Dr.-Ing. Holger Hanselka (Bild: M. Breig/ KIT)
(17.09.2018)President of KIT Re-elected

Holger Hanselka to head the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology for another six years.

Methan aus erneuerbaren Quellen für vielfältige Anwendungen nutzbar zu machen – dieses Ziel verfolgt MethQuest. (Grafik: MethQuest)
(14.09.2018)Methane-based Fuels

Environmentally friendly, affordable and practicable solutions for the energy transition are the goal of "MethQuest".

(13.09.2018)Conference "Futures" of our Energy Supply

International experts will discuss energy scenarios in Karlsruhe on 24 and 25 September.

The founders team of Germany's best start-up company Ineratec: Philipp Engelkamp, Tim Böltken, Paolo Piermartini and Peter Pfeifer (from left to right, photo: Sandra Goettisheim, KIT)
(12.09.2018)Founder's Award for Fuels from Mini Reactors

Spinoff Ineratec of KIT has been honored as best start-up in Germany.

The heart of the plant: the honeycombed catalyst supports convert hydrogen and carbon monoxide into methane and water (Photo: Andreas Spiegel)
(11.09.2018)Renewable Gas Produced from Wood Waste

Synthetic natural gas from biomass: New methanisation plant tested in Sweden.

(11.09.2018)Good Career Opportunities Thanks to KIT

QS Graduate Employability Ranking: KIT is ranked first in Germany, 6th in Europe and 31st worldwide.

The mathematics building on KIT South Campus is regarded as a building that has been renovated in an exemplary manner in terms of energy efficiency. In 2016, it was granted the German University Construction Award. (Photo: Markus Breig/KIT)
(10.09.2018)Saving Energy through User-friendly Construction

Researchers investigate the relationship between user behavior and energy performance of buildings.

(06.09.2018)Resilience of Smart Grids

KIT researchers develop sustainable solutions to enhance the resilience of smart grids.

Der am KIT entwickelte Assistenzroboter ARMAR 6 (Foto: Laila Tkotz, KIT)
(03.09.2018)Symposium on Robotic Artificial Intelligence

Joint Symposium of the French Académie des Sciences and the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina.

Professor Peter Würfel (Photo: Lydia Albrecht, KIT)
(30.08.2018)Peter Würfel Receives Becquerel Prize 2018

The European Commission honors the physicist's outstanding contributions to the theory of photovoltaics.

Ausgetrocknetes Flussbett der Elbe in Magdeburg am 8. Juli 2018. (Foto: Marco Kaschuba)
(29.09.2018)Drought in Germany

Center for Disaster Management and Risk Reduction Technology of the KIT draws first balance of the 2018 heatwave.

Resurrected digitally: The parasitic wasp Xenomorphia resurrecta lays an egg in a fly pupa (Figure: Thomas van de Kamp, KIT; Nature Communications)
(28.08.2018)Parasites in Fossil Fly Pupae

Wasps in several-million-year-old pupae detected by synchrotron X-ray microtomography.

SuMo-Rhine wants to support cities and municipalities of the Upper Rhine region in the sustainable development of their transport systems. (Photo collage: Lydia Albrecht, Magali Hauser, KIT)
(27.08.2018)Navigator for the Tranformation of the Mobility System

Research project supports the Upper Rhine region in the development of sustainable transport systems.

(21.08.2018)KIT Remains Germany's Best University in Natural and Engineering Sciences

International ranking of the National Taiwan University (NTU) is based on publication data.

Concept of a photonic multi-chip system with a photonic wire bond. (Figure: IPQ/IMT/KIT)
(21.08.2018)Tiny Optical Fibers from the 3D Printer for Silicon Photonics

Integration of optical and electronic circuits on a single silicon chip.

PhD student Niyousha Karimi Paridari analyzes the electrochemical properties of different materials in order to make them usable for new energy storage technologies.  (Photo: Laila Tkotz, KIT)
(15.08.2018)CELEST: New Benchmarks in Energy Storage Research

Launch of Germany's largest research platform for electrochemical storage systems.

The single-atom transistor, which functions in a gel electrolyte, reaches the limit of miniaturization.. (Figure: research group Professor Thomas Schimmel/KIT)
(13.08.2018)Milestone of Energy Efficiency in Information Technology

World's smallest transistor switches current with a single atom in solid electrolyte.

(10.08.2018)From Industry 1.0 to Digital Utopia

On the occasion of the Science Year, Rolf-Ulrich Kunze has written a chronology of the working world.

(08.08.2018)The Material Does Not Forgive Anything

Materials researchers investigate the causes of wear - permanent molecular changes right from the first contact.

Environmentally friendly cold in summer and warmth in winter: This is ensured by an underground aquifer storage facility at a hotel and two office buildings at the "Bonner Bogen". (Photo: Paul Fleuchhaus, KIT)
(06.08.2018)Cooling and Heating with Aquifer Storage Systems

Geoscientists investigate possibilities of heat and cold storage in aquifers.

(03.08.2018)The Energy Supply of Tomorrow

KIT scientists present their work at the EFFEKTE science festival.

(01.08.2018)Selectively Erasable 3D Inks

KIT scientists develop methods for the targeted degradation of laser-written microstructures.

Dr. Frank Schröder focuses on astroparticle physics, in particular the radio measurement of high-energy cosmic radiation (photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(30.07.2018)Antennas for Cosmic Rays

Dr. Frank Schröder receives an ERC Starting Grant of EUR 1.6 million for five years.

Federal Minister Anja Karliczek, KIT President Holger Hanselka and State Minister Theresia Bauer  (photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
(28.07.2018)Federal and State Governments Push Development of KIT

Federal Minister Karliczek and State Minister Bauer create the conditions for the future.

Professor Albert Albers in a fuel cell vehicle on a roller dynamometer. (Photo: Laila Tkotz, KIT)
(25.07.2018)New Cooperation with China

KIT and Tongji University Shanghai start joint research project on hydrogen propulsion.

The manipulator developed at KIT measures the radioactive contamination of surfaces, decontaminates them and measures again.. (Photo: Patrick Kern, KIT)
(25.07.2018)Robot Systems for Hostile Environments

Federal ministry to fund the ”ROBDEKON“ competence center with EUR 12 million.

At the KIT Children's University, students between seven and 14 can experience university life with experiments. (photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
(24.07.2018)KIT Children’s University to Start on July 31

Ten lectures and KIT Children’s University Campus with interactive workshops on scientific topics.

Minister President Winfried Kretschmann (r.) and Thomas Hirth, Vice President of the KIT, sign the LoI on reFuels. Photo: (c) e-mobil BW / Studio KD Busch
(20.07.2018)Rethinking Fuels

State government, KIT, and industry agree on a project focusing on refuels as an alternative to fossil fuels.

(19.07.2018)“Shanghai” Ranking: Top Results for KIT

KIT among the 100 top universities worldwide in 13 subjects – stronghold in Engineering Sciences.

(19.07.2018)Statement on "Predatory Publishers"

KIT supports the basic principles of quality-assured scientific publications.

(19.07.2018)Annual Meeting of the KIT Climate and Environment Center

Sparkasse Environmental Awards Ceremony - Keynote Lecture on "Living at Interfaces".

(19.07.2018)Mathematics of Wave Phenomena

Collaborative Research Center hosts international conference at KIT.

The camouflage effect (left) makes pedestrians invisible to drivers despite good lighting. Intelligent networked car and street lighting can cancel the effect (right) and increase safety. (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(18.07.2018)Networked Lighting: Away with the Blind Spot

Smart interconnection of car and street lighting is to make road traffic safer.

Polycrystalline CVD diamond discs for window systems in fusion reactors and gyrotrons (photo: Tanja Meißner, KIT)
(17.07.2018)Diamond - an Indispensable Material in Fusion Technology

KIT researchers develop window units with diamond disks for fusion reactors.

Illustration of changes in average annual wind power production in Europe (Fig. from Moemken et al. (2018), edited by J. Mömken, KIT)
(12.07.2018)How Climate Change Affects Wind Power

Study predicts large regional differences and strong seasonal fluctuations in Europe.

(11.07.2018)More Efficient Therapies for Atrial Fibrillation

With his doctoral thesis, Axel Loewe reaches the third place in the Gips-Schüle young talent awards competition 2018.

INERATEC, a spin-off of the KIT, builds chemical reactors that are so compact that the entire plant fits completely assembled into a ship container. (photo: Hauser, INERATEC)
(10.07.2018)Renewable Fuel from the Sewage Treatment Plant

Pilot plant near Barcelona produces synthetic natural gas from renewable electricity and carbon dioxide.

The new sports facilities of the Institute of Sports and Sports Science (photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
(05.07.2018)Opening of the New Outdoor Sports Facilities

Modernized tennis courts and other sports facilities - Inauguration with Mayor Martin Lenz.

(04.07.2018)Scholarships Granted to Highly Gifted Students

Gunther Schroff Foundation awarded scholarships to eleven students.

Scanning electron microscope image: E. coli bacteria try to attach to a nanostructured model surface. (image: Patrick Doll, KIT)
(04.07.2018)Fighting Bacteria with Nanotechnology

KIT Scientists optimize dentures with nanostructured surfaces.

(03.07.2018)Living in a Raw Materials and Recycling Warehouse

Urban Mining: Innovative residential unit as an experimental field for sustainable construction.

High-performance computer FORHLR II of the KIT (photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(02.07.2018)New Supercomputer Planned

Cutting-edge research produces more and more data, so the future computer system must be up to three times more powerful than it is today.

Graphic of the conceptual superconductor cable developed at KIT for the tested underground cabling.. (graphic: ITEP/KIT)
(29.06.2018)New Superconductor Technology for the Transmission Grid

Feasibility study shows advantages over conventional cable systems.

(27.06.2018)Johann-Dietrich Wörner Receives Heinrich Hertz Guest Professorship

The Director General of the European Space Agency will speak about “Space 4.0” on July 4, 2018.

Trace gas measurement in the Philippines (Photo: Klaus Butterbach-Bahl, KIT)
(27.06.2018)Climate Protection: Less Nitrous Oxide from Agriculture

New research group will study global impacts of agriculture on climate change.

(27.06.2018)Heinrich Hertz Prize Awarded

Thomas Schulenberg and Albert Moser were honored at the annual meeting of the KIT Energy Center.

(22.06.2018)First Innovation Conference in Karlsruhe

DLD Campus brings together the regional drivers and innovators of digitisation on 3 July 2018.

(21.06.2018)Simulation for Lightweight Construction

Helmholtz Association supports innovative spinoff of KIT.

(20.06.2018)Undulator Has Reached Maturity

The superconducting undulator is a component of individualized accelerator technology.

The conversion of forests into agricultural land accelerates climate change - this is the conclusion of the current study (Photo: Dr. Anita Bayer, KIT/IMK-IFU)
(20.06.2018)Expansion of Arable Land Reduces CO2 Absorption

This is the result of a study of the impacts of land use change on carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere.

Innovation Day NEULAND (photo: Patrick Langer/KIT)
(20.06.2018)Innovation Day "NEULAND"

The regional start-up scene meets at the Innovation Day of KIT, the platform for innovative ideas, technologies and start-up projects.

In the bioliq plant at KIT scientists explore how to produce high-quality biofuels from dry biomass, such as residues from agriculture and forestry (photo: Fabry)
(19.06.2018)Annual Meeting "10 Years KIT Energy Center"

On June 26, 2018, the KIT Energy Center will celebrate its anniversary – Heinrich Hertz Prize ceremony.

Soiled cloud over South Asia: The "Atmospheric Brown Cloud" is formed during the winter months by burning biomass and fossil fuels. (Photo: NASA/Earth Observatory)
(18.06.2018)Air Purifier and Dirt Pump

HALO research aircraft with KIT measuring instruments crossed the Indian monsoon.

The display in the glasses shows the fitter exact positions and work steps. (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(13.06.2018)Building Aircraft Tanks with Augmented Reality

An assistance system developed at KIT facilitates the production and maintenance of narrow aircraft tanks.

Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-House (right) in Berlin (photo: TAB)
(13.06.2018)Bundestag Continues to Rely on KIT Consulting

The “Office of Technology Assessment with the German Bundestag” will be run by KIT’s ITAS for another five years.

Inside the vessel of the main spectrometer of the Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino Experiment KATRIN (photo: Michael Zacher)
(11.06.2018)Neutrinos Weighed by the World´s Most Precise Scale

Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino Experiment KATRIN starts its data taking phase.

Steel belt drying after pretreatment with infrared radiant porous burner (photo: GoGaS Goch GmbH & Co. KG)
(08.06.2018)Painting and Drying: Less Hot Air

Innovative process for steel strip drying – KIT coordinates ECCO research project under the EU’s Horizon 2020 Programme.

(08.06.2018)KIT – The Patent Factory

U-Multirank: KIT again strong in research and knowledge transfer / QS ranking: KIT defends fourth place in Germany.

(06.06.2018)"Extraordinary Success": Top Mark for Young Investigator Group

Helmholtz Junior Research Group at the KATRIN experiment extremely successful.

Knowledge Dialogue for the Energy Transition (photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(06.06.2018)Knowledge Dialog for the Energy Transition

KIT researchers want to make the transformation of the German energy system more understandable and participative.

(05.06.2018)Research Cooperation Expanded into Strategic Partnership

Karlsruhe and Heidelberg add joint promotion of young talent, teaching, and innovation to HEiKA activities.

(04.06.2018)KIT and Startup Founders at VIVATECH 2018

Cooperation projects, initiatives, and startups relating to “Industry of the Future” were presented  at the fair.

The project "Back to the working worlds of the future" aims to give historical depth of focus to the debate on the future of gainful employment, which was sparked off by the Year of Science in 2018. (Photo: KIT, Institute for German Studies, Department of
(04.06.2018)Back to the Working Life of the Future

Germany-wide project relating to the 2018 Science Year will start publicly on June 24.

(30.05.2018)Award for the Coordinator of the KSOP Graduate School

OSA award goes to Uli Lemmer for the establishment of the graduate school as part of the Excellence Initiative.

(28.05.2018)AKK Celebrates 40th Anniversary

AKK, the cultural institution of students, will organize a festival week to celebrate the 40th anniversary from June 1 to 10.

CEBIT 2018: Federal Minister Anja Karliczek and Professor Tamim Asfour. (Photo:   Henning Stauch Photography)
(26.05.2018)KIT Shows Humanoid Robot

From June 12 to 15, KIT and FZI present highly exciting research and startup projects at CEBIT in hall 27 at stand G52.

Glassomer can be milled, turnered, lasered or processed in CNC machines – just like a conventional polymer (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(26.05.2018)Processing Glass Like a Polymer

KIT Materials Scientists Develop New Forming Technology – Publication in Advanced Materials.

(18.05.2018)Transregio 89 "Invasive Computing": DFG Approves 3rd Funding Phase

Scientists of KIT, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, and Technical University of Munich work on the more efficient use of computer resources.

Transmitter on the wing of the aircraft. A small parabolic antenna ensures the correct alignment with the ground station. Photo: R. Sommer/ Fraunhofer FHR
(11.05.2018)Moving towards Fast Internet on the Plane

For the first time, researchers achieve data transfer rates of eight gigabits per second.

(09.05.2018)CHE: Top Grades for KIT by Students

KIT is strong in informatics, sports, and chemistry in the CHE university ranking.

(09.05.2018)Dossier: "Metropolises under Pressure"

How do urban planners deal with the challenges posed by the continuing global trend towards urbanization?

Professor Andrea Schäfer (right) of  the membrane technology department of the Institute of Functional Interfaces and her team carry out studies on the elimination of micropollutants. (photo: Sandra Göttisheim, KIT)
(08.05.2018)New Process for Water Treatment

Micropollutants contaminate drinking water worldwide - KIT develops process for removing hormones.

(07.05.2018)Public Lecture Series on the Future of Work

Colloquium Fundamentale “Future Working Life: Visions, Opportunities, Risks” on the change of working life.

(07.05.2018)Learning Systems Require Real Test Fields

Opportunities of learning at artificial intelligence research laboratories need to be extended.

Im Antennenmessraum des KIT prüft Jerzy Kowalewski eine neue Super-Antenne. (Foto: Markus Breig, KIT)
(03.05.2018)More Powerful Car Antennas

Researchers at KIT have designed an antenna system that can handle large amounts of data.

Start beim Testfeld für Autonomes Fahren  (Quelle: Patrick Langer, KIT)
(03.05.2018)Start of the Test Area for Autonomous Driving

Minister of the Interior Strobl and Minister of Transport Hermann open the Baden-Württemberg Test Area for Autonomous Driving.

The extremely water-repellent surface of the floating fern (Salvinia) serves as a model for AIRCOAT technology. (Figure: Research Group Prof. Schimmel, KIT)
(02.05.2018)Air Coating for Ships

The coating reduces the frictional resistance of ships and makes them glide more easily through the water.

Certified compliance with current data protection laws and regulations increases security for cloud customers (graphic: KIT)
(30.04.2018)Certify Cloud Services across Europe

Certified compliance with current data protection laws and regulations increases security.

Human nose (photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
(26.04.2018)Electronic Nose Detects Different Odors

In the "smelldect" project, researchers of the KIT develop a sensor suitable for everyday use.

Particle accelerator experiment Belle II (photo: Felix Metzner, KIT)
(26.04.2018)Secrets of the Big Bang and Dark Matter

With Belle II, a globally unique particle accelerator experiment goes into operation in Japan.

Lab in the Institute of Production Science of the KIT (photo: Manuel Balzer, KIT)
(26.04.2018)Production in Industry 4.0

Study shows how companies with Industry 4.0 can be versatile and what role humans play in it.

Prototype of the EDR - Electrical Data Recorder. (Photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
(24.04.2018)Live View of Mains Voltage and Load Currents

Electrical Data Recorder provides high-resolution measurement data from ongoing network operation.

(23.04.2018)More Internationality in STEM Subjects

KIT project to open STEM subjects for foreign students is granted EUR 50,000.

President Holger Hanselka with Michael Ganß (photo: Sandra Göttisheim, KIT)
(23.04.2018)New Vice President Elected

KIT Senate confirms the election of Michael Ganß as Vice President Finance and Business Affairs.

Jahresfeier 2018: Holger Hanselka, Präsident des KIT
(20.04.2018)Digital Chance and Its Impacts on Working Life and Society

“Working Life of the Future” was in the focus of KIT’s Annual Celebration 2018.

Invisible password: The information for encryption is in the molecule, for example as liquid dripped onto paper. (Photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
(18.04.2018)Organic Molecules as Bearers of Secrets

Chemical compounds can be used as passwords for encrypted information.

(17.04.2018)Studying in Karlsruhe: Yes, It's #Humboldt

Project presentation on teaching and learning with Science Minister Bauer on April 25, 2018.

Julius Wess Prize Winner 2017: Belgian Francis Halzen researches and teaches in the USA (Photo: EL PAIS/Bernardo Pérez)
(13.04.2018)Julius Wess Prize 2017 Goes to Francis Halzen

He received the award for his achievements in astroparticle physics and in the international experiment IceCube.

At an information event at KIT, parents can find out how they can support their children in choosing a course of study. (Picture: KIT/Manuel Balzer)
(16.04.2018)Parents and Choice of Studies

KIT’s Students Counseling Center provides information on topics, such as the role of parents in the choice of studies.

Battery management (Foto: Markus Breig, KIT)
(12.04.2018)Grid Store for the Energy Transition

Researchers at KIT expect a breakthrough in flow technology and present an automatic battery management system.

Examples of simulated tsunamis (photo: Andreas Schaefer, KIT)
(12.04.2018)Tsunamis: Multi-Million Dollar Losses for Tourism

Scientists develop global risk index for beach tourism loss by tsunamis.

Pierre-Auger-Observatorium (Foto: Auger Collaboration, Steven Saffi los Morados)
(12.04.2018)New Graduate School for Astroparticle Physics

„Helmholtz International Research School for Astroparticle Physics and Enabling Technologies“ to be inaugurated.

(12.04.2018)European University to be Established on Upper Rhine

Minister-President Kretschmann and French partners sign Memorandum of Understanding.

Eyetracking (photo: Laila Tkotz, KIT)
(10.04.2018)"Is he gonna be okay with my cat?"

KIT researchers are developing an auxiliary robot for home care.

(05.04.2018)Micro power supply without battery and cable

KIT Start-up otego GmbH has developed the world's first commercial printed thermoelectric generator.

(11.04.2018)Energetic Restoration of Existing Buildings

Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt promotes architectural research project.

(10.04.2018)Students produce videos with ZDF

Learn from the professionals in the block seminar and put the theory taught directly into practice.

Spatenstich zum ZEISS Innovation Hub @ KIT (Foto: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
(06.04.2018)Groundbreaking Ceremony for the ZEISS Innovation Hub @ KIT

With a groundbreaking ceremony, ZEISS has launched the construction of a new site at the KIT.

(04.04.2018)First Prize for KIT Spinoff

Energy transition: Using carbon dioxide from ambient air and renewable electricity to produce climate-neutral kerosene.

Perovskit solar cells convert a high proportion of the incident light directly into usable electricity. (Image: Fabian Ruf/Scilight)
(04.04.2018)Efficiency of Perovskite Solar Cells

KIT researchers gain new insights into the opto-electronic properties of perovskite solar cells.

Holger Hanselka, president of the KIT (photo: Andrea Fabry, KIT)
(04.04.2018)“The Right Course Has Been Set”

President Holger Hanselka about the energy transition and energy policy of the new grand coalition.

The spreading of manure on fields and meadows ensures high nitrate levels in groundwater. Researchers are working on filter methods for the drainage water of fields. (Photo: Wikipedia commons)
(29.03.2018)Nitrate Problem in Agriculture

Liquid manure on fields leads to high nitrate levels in the groundwater. KIT researchers have now developed a cleaning method.

In KIT's Robot Learning Lab, students and scientists can control real industrial robots via the Internet and test their programs. (Photo: KUKA)
(28.03.2018)KIT Offers Worldwide Access to Robot Laboratory

At the KUKA Udacity Robot Learning Lab, students and researchers test programs and algorithms.

Mikrolinsen und Mikrospiegel lassen sich mit 3-D-Nanodruck auf optischen Fasern und Mikrochips herstellen. (Abbildung: Philipp-Immanuel Dietrich/Florian Rupp/Paul Abaffy, KIT)
(27.03.2018)3D Nanoprinting Facilitates Communication with Light

Tiny beam-shaping elements couple optical microchips – publication in Nature Photonics.

Federal Minister Anja Karliczek at the stand of the KIT at the Hannover Messe 2018 (photo: supertrampmedia/KIT)
(27.03.2018)KIT at the Hannover Messe 2018

KIT presents innovative technologies for Industry 4.0, e-mobility, and the energy transition.

Transparent IT production for digital sovereignty
(22.03.2018)Transparent IT Production for Digital Sovereignty

IT experts recommend the use of verified open source products.

Image recognition makes the path audible based on different color saturations (Photo: Harald Kucharek)
(20.03.2018)Image Recognition Shows the Way in the Form of Sound

"Camassia" smartphone app: Assistance system helps the visually impaired to perceive footpaths acoustically.

(16.03.2018)Reducing Seismicity in Geothermal Systems

Optimized positioning of geothermal wells can significantly reduce induced seismicity.

(15.03.2018)Innovative for Higher Education Didactics

New research and practical approaches to teaching and studies. The quality of teaching is a decisive basis for successful study.

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)
(14.03.2018)Lithium and Cobalt Might Dwindle

Growing relevance of lithium-ion batteries causes the pressure on the availability of certain resources to increase.

Probenahme im Labor ((Foto: Patrick Langer, KIT)
(13.03.2018)Medical Tests with Less Fear

With alternative test methods, researchers want to reduce the fear of diagnostic examinations.

How can good teaching succeed in the introductory phase? The meeting of the MINT-Kolleg in March 2018 deals with this question (Photo: MINT-Kolleg Baden-Württemberg)
(12.03.2018)Bridges to Studies

How does good teaching succeed in the introductory phase? Meeting of the MINT-Kolleg Baden-Württemberg on March 20 and 21, 2018..

Tests in Schiltach: a seismometer package that corresponds to the one that will be used in the Mars mission "InSight-Lander" from May 2018 (Photo: Copyright CNES).
(12.03.2018)Mars Mission: Testing Instruments in the Black Forest

Joint observatory of the KIT and the University of Stuttgart tests seismometers for NASA.

Water tank in the project area in North Vietnam (photo: IWG)
(12.03.2018)Water for Dong Van

KaWaTech Solutions: Horst Hippler, President of the German Rectors' Conference (HRK), visits pilot plant in North Vietnam.

The KIT in the excellence strategy (photo: Sandra Göttisheim, KIT)
(12.03.2018)The KIT in the Excellence Strategy

KIT was awarded the title "University of Excellence" within the Excellence Strategy launched by the federal and state governments.

(09.03.2018)UNICARagil: Autonomous Driving Meets E-mobility

BMBF funds cooperation project with partners from universities and industry.

(07.03.2018)European University: State Promotes Eucor

President of KIT: "Promoting Eucor is a strong signal for cooperation in Europe."

Technik unterstützt Inklusion in der Arbeitswelt (Foto: Sandra Göttisheim, KIT)
(06.03.2018)Technology Supports Inclusion in Working Life

Study on assistive technologies for people with disabilities focuses on social and political options.

Whether study or training: At Girls' Day, the KIT informs about career prospects. (Photo: Tanja Meißner, KIT)
(05.03.2018)Girls' Day 2018: Studies and Training at KIT

Information day for girls from the fifth class upwards with about 40 workshops, guided tours, and lectures - register now!

(28.02.2018)CHE: Top Grades for KIT by Students

KIT is strong in computer science, sports and chemistry in the CHE university ranking.

(28.02.2018)European University for the Upper Rhine

Prime Minister Kretschmann and partners sign a joint declaration of intent.

(28.02.2018)Alumnus of the KIT listed on "Forbes 30 Under 30"

Business magazine ranks Pascal Stichler among the most influential young Europeans in the category of "Finance".

Handover of the report on innovation policy to Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel (Photo: Svea Pietschmann)
(28.02.2018)Report on Innovation Policy Handed over to the Federal Chancellor

"International competitors are more dynamic," states Ingrid Ott of the KIT and member of the Expert Commission.

RescueWave: Order instead of chaos in major accidents
(26.02.2018)RescueWave: Order instead of Chaos

The RescueWave electronic sensor system is designed to make rescue operations more efficient.

(22.02.2018)22nd Karlsruhe Dialogues: Smart Cities

During the three-day event, experts, city planners, and cultural professionals from many countries and cultures will join discussions.

Demonstration setup of an ultra-fast distance measurement (photo: Laila Tkotz)
(23.02.2018)Optical Distance Measurement at Record Speed

With 100 million highly precise distance measurements per second, a research team scanned a rifle bullet in flight.

Holger Hanselka, president of the KIT (photo: Laila Tkotz, KIT)
(23.02.2018)Gala Evening at the KIT

President Holger Hanselka appoints Rainer Blickle honorary senator.

(21.02.2018)Working Life of the Future

On the occasion of the science year, experts of the KIT join the society’s dialog on technological progress of our work.

hink Tank „Industrial Resource Strategies“ Inaugurated
(20.02.2018)Think Tank Inaugurated

The State of Baden-Württemberg establishes think tank "Industrial Resource Strategies“ at the KIT.

(20.02.2018)Micro Power Supply without Battery and Cable

Power plants as small as sugar cubes, which are just as suitable for the home as for industry.

KIT is helping to build the European Open Science Cloud
(19.02.2018)KIT Helps Build the European Open Science Cloud

EU funds setup of a European cloud with services for the exchange, use, and reuse of research data.

Telemedical solutions provide rescue teams with valuable time (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(15.02.2018)Sudden Cardiac Death: Advantage in the Race against Time

Emergency control centers receive  valuable medical information via remote access to smartphones - EU initiative funds consortium project led by KIT.

Conference: Innovative approaches to higher education didactics
(14.02.2018)Conference: Innovative Approaches to Higher Education Didactics

Experts from science and practice will discuss new research and practical approaches to teaching and study.


DPG Prize for Superprecise 3D Laser Printing
(14.02.2018)DPG Prize for Superprecise 3D Laser Printing

The German Physical Society grants a prize to the Institute of Nanotechnology and the Innovation Management Service Unit.

(09.02.2018)Olympics, Snow Regions and Climate Change

Climate researchers of KIT expect changes in climate zones and snow conditions in mountain regions in particular.

Nano Forest: view of the tiny wires growing on a silicon wafer (Photo: DESY, Satishkumar Kulkarni/Thomas Keller)
(08.02.2018)Scientists Observe Nanowires as They Grow

For the first time, X-ray experiments reveal exact details of self-catalyzed growth.

How mushrooms grow: a movie from inside the cell
(05.02.2018)How Mushrooms Grow: A Movie from Inside the Cell

Using high-performance light microscopy, KIT scientists were able to observe the growth of fungi in living cells. 

Power-to-Gas with high efficiency
(05.02.2018)Power-to-Gas with High Efficiency

Within the HELMETH EU project, efficiency of methane gas production from renewable electricity was increased to more than 75 percent.

(31.01.2018)Energetic Refurbishment of Existing Buildings

German Federal Foundation for the Environment funds architectural research project.

(31.01.2018)Better Weather Forecasts for Africa: Development Aid 2.0

Better weather forecasts could have a noticeable impact on development in Africa.

Researchers find out about "wrong" superfoods
(30.01.2018)Researchers Track down “Forged" Superfoods

Genetic bar code shows whether products are original.

Professor Holger Hanselka
(29.01.2018)KIT Represented in the Presidium of the AiF

The President of KIT Holger Hanselka represents the field of science in industrial joint research.

Andreas Gerdes
(29.01.2018)Maintenance and Prevention in the Construction Sector

Andreas Gerdes has developed concepts to significantly extend the lifecycles of buildings.

(24.01.2018)KIT in the Town Hall: Technologies for the Energy Turnaround

The KIT Center Energy presents new technologies for the energy of the future in public lectures on Wednesday, January 31,2018.

Komplexe Parkettmuster – erstaunliche Materialien
(23.01.2018)Complex Tessellations, Extraordinary Materials

KIT and TUM researchers show how simple organic molecules form complex materials through self-organization.

President Holger Hanselka (KIT), Professor Michael Kaschke (Zeiss), Vice President Hirth (KIT), Ulrich Simon (Zeiss) (Photo: KIT/Andreas Drollinger)
(23.01.2018)Zeiss and KIT: Collaborative Research, Teaching and Founding

KIT and ZEISS are expanding their joint research activities with a partnership, students and startups will also benefit.

Gay-Lussac-Humboldt-Preis 2017 fuer Johannes Orphal
(22.01.2018)Gay-Lussac-Humboldt-Prize 2017 for Johannes Orphal

The French Academy of Sciences honours his outstanding contributions to the remote sensing of the Earth's atmosphere.

(17.01.2018)Miniature Sensors for Industry 4.0 and IoT

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) appoints Professor Thomas Zwick as a Fellow. This is the second high-profile award within a short time.

Die Soča in Slowenien (Foto: Gabi Zachmann)
(17.01.2018)„KIT Environment Lecture“ on the Future of Rivers

The challenges for a future-oriented river policy will be presented on Tuesday, 30 January 2018 at the KIT.

Experimental setup for monitoring a computer chip with infrared cameras (Foto: CES/KIT)
(16.01.2018)An "Intelligent Fever Thermometer" for Microchips

Infrared cameras monitor thermal patterns of computer chips. Integrated heat sensors and neural networks can identify hacker attacks.

Absolventen des KIT sind bei Personalern beliebt
(12.01.2018)Graduates of KIT are Popular by Personal Recruitment

In the WirtschaftsWoche-Ranking 2018, KIT subjects occupy top positions once again / first place in informatics.

Kooperationsabkommen des KIT mit Wirtschaftskammer Österreich
(12.01.2018)Cooperation Agreement between KIT and the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber

The intensified cooperation is intended to introduce Austrian companies to the know-how of KIT and promote its transfer into application.

(09.01.2018)Think Tank Makes Technologies Fit for the Future

The joint think tank of state, industry and KIT develops cross-disciplinary concepts for the efficient use of raw materials.

(08.01.2018)Promotion of Science on the European Campus

With funds of the Eucor joint project, KIT can establish a new cross-border study program.