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News 2020
Professor Fernando Puente León, Professor Hasso Plattner und Professor Holger Hanselka at the award ceremony (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(17.02.2020)Hasso Plattner Receives Honorary Doctorate

The entrepreneur, founder and patron visited the KIT for the ceremonial presentation of the certificate.

The AgiloBat research project develops a production system for the battery cell of the future: dynamic and flexibly adaptable to different shapes. (Graphic: wbk, KIT)
(17.02.2020)Flexible Manufacturing of Battery Cells

In the AgiloBat research project, KIT and partners work on the future of battery production in Germany.

The demonstration plant in Troia, Italy, combines a novel micro-reactor for methanation with an innovative liquefaction plant. The required CO2 is extracted from the ambient air (Photo: Domenico Grossi)
(11.02.2020)Innovative Power-to-Gas Technologies

Various processes for the production of synthetic natural gas from renewable electricity developed in the STORE&GO project.

Wolfgang Wernsdorfer (Foto, KIT)
(04.02.2020)Science Award of the Hector Foundation Goes to KIT Physicist

Wolfgang Wernsdorfer receives 150 000 Euros in prize money for his contributions to quantum computing.

Demonstration of the system developed at KIT for fully automatic wear control of ball screws using artificial intelligence. (Photo: KIT)
(03.02.2020)Using Artificial Intelligence to Service Machine Tools

Wear of ball screws can be monitored and evaluated by a KIT-developed intelligent system.

Dorothea Wagner (Foto: KIT)
(03.02.2020)Dorothea Wagner New Chairwoman of the Council of Science and Humanities

KIT computer scientist elected as head of Germany's most Important research policy advisory board

Sport improves health. Excessive and compulsive exercise can, in extreme cases, lead to "sports addiction" - and can make people ill. (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(30.01.2020)Excessive Exercise in Eating Disorders

Psychological mechanisms revealed: Results provide important implications for prevention and therapy.

(29.01.2020)Corona Virus: Latest Recommendations

The KIT Medical Services provide information and recommendations relating to the Corona virus on their website.

The metamaterial printed with the new system consists of a complex three-dimensional grid structure on a micrometer scale. (Photo: Vincent Hahn, KIT)
(28.01.2020)Fastest High-precision 3D Printer

New 3D system prints structures of submicrometer precision at record speed.

Whether studies or training: At the Girlsʼ Day, KIT will provide information on career perspectives in the MINT subjects. (Photo: Magali Hauser, KIT)
(27.01.2020)Girls' Day 2020: Studies and Training at KIT

Information day for girls from grades five and higher with workshops, guided tours, and lectures – register now!

Tomorrow’s energy suppliers: Microalgae under the microscope. (Photo by: Markus Breig, KIT)
(23.01.2020)Science Year 2020 - Bioeconomy

KIT researchers work on new technologies to establish renewable resources as an alternative to fossil fuels.

Vision of a sustainable energy system with wind turbines, solar collectors, a grid storage and a hydrogen bus (Photomontage: Pascal Armbruster, KIT).
(22.01.2020)ENERGIE – Wende. Wandel. Wissen.

New event series of KIT provides information on the energy transition and energy research.

Wie sich gerade Städte auf extreme Wettersituationen vorbereiten können, ist eines der Themen bei der Veranstaltung im Karlsruher Rathaus. (Foto: Gabi Zachmann, KIT)
(21.01.2020)KIT at the City Hall: Cities and Weather Extremes

The KIT Climate and Environment Center will present its research.

Ethical standards in the textile industry such as environmentally friendly materials and fair working conditions are important to buyers - but often not as important as they themselves think - this is shown in a KIT study (Photo: Riccardo Prevete, KIT)
(16.01.2020)A Little Good Is Good Enough: Excuses for Consumption

KIT study shows that individual ethical improvements are sufficient to justify immoral behavior.

The Innovation Campus "Mobility of the Future" aims to provide a clearer picture of the innovations required for the mobility of the day after tomorrow. (Photo: Markus Breig, KIT)
(13.01.2020)Production Technology for Sustainable Mobility

At the innovation  campus “Future Mobility,” KIT and Stuttgart University develop ideas and business models.