Mobility is a mega-topic in modern societies. Every day, people and goods have to be transported reliably between the city and its surroundings. Within the “Karlsruhe Priority Region for Mobility Systems,” KIT and regional research partners pool competencies for the development of efficient, smart, and integrated mobility solutions. In a series of seminars, the researchers will now present subjects of their current research to the broad public at monthly intervals. The seminars will start on October 17, 2017, the topic being autonomous driving.
The seminars will take place on Campus South of KIT at 6 pm: Lecture hall 107, building 50.31, Gotthard-Franz-Straße 3, 76131 Karlsruhe.
The seminars will be in German.
More information: http://www.profilregion-ka.de/index.php/news/52-seminarreihe-der-profilregion-mobilitaetssysteme-karlsruhe (in German only)
More about the KIT Mobility Systems Center http://www.kit.edu/research/6720.php
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