At the annual conference of the KIT Climate and Environment Center, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the Environmental Foundation of Sparkasse Karlsruhe will hand over the Sparkasse Environmental Award to six young scientists of KIT: Dr. Emma Järvinnen, Dr. Pia Herrling, Dr. Alexander Zellner, Dorothea Ko, Andreas Boukis, and Simon Gruber. The keynote lecture will be presented by Professor Thomas Leisner on “Das geheime Leben der Wolken” (the secret life of clouds). Representatives of the media and the interested public are cordially invited to come on Monday, July 31, 2017, 16.30 hrs, to the Tulla-Hörsaal on KIT Campus South.
More about the KIT Climate and Environment Center: http://www.klima-umwelt.kit.edu/english
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