Im „QS World University Ranking by Subject“ erreicht das KIT im Fachbereich Naturwissenschaften den zweiten und im Fachbereich Ingenieurwissenschaften den vierten Platz im nationalen Vergleich. Bei den Naturwissenschaften landet das KIT in Materialwissenschaft (Rang 29) und Physik (Rang 46) unter den Top 50 weltweit. Bei den Ingenieurwissenschaften gelang dies im Chemieingenieurwesen (Rang 32) und im Maschinenbau (Rang 35). Insgesamt erreicht das KIT mit sieben Disziplinen Top 100 Platzierungen weltweit. Pressemeldung
In 2023, FAST Mobima will again offer a Whitsun excursion. This year, we will travel across Bavaria to Austria to visit the companies Fendt, Hawe and Liebherr. There will be plenty of time to talk to developers from the companies in a relaxed atmosphere. Information about the exact schedule and registration can be found in the link below. Mobima is looking forward to visiting the companies together with students.
Information about agenda and registration
This year, the KIT-wide Campus Day will be on Saturday, May 13, 2023 from 10:00 to 16:00. The KIT Faculty of Mechanical Engineering together with its institutes will present various hands-on experiments and exhibits in front of the mechanical engineering building (building 10.91) on the Ehrenhof and will be available to answer all questions of prospective students. Information events about the study programs of our faculty will take place in the Redtenbacher lecture hall in the immediate vicinity of the faculty stand. The detailed program will be published in April. KIT-Campus Day
Reallabs bring science and society together. They enable citizens to have a say in the solutions to important future issues, to contribute ideas, and to help shape future coexistence. With real laboratories, KIT directly involves people in research and development. Together, new technologies for major transformation topics such as autonomous driving, robotics, climate protection, or energy transition are tested. Overview map
In industry, lift trucks or forklifts have so far had to transport and move large plants or heavy machinery. The spin-off company FORMIC Transportsysteme has developed a modular transport system for simplified transport that lifts and safely moves loads weighing tons and bulky loads in a coordinated manner, regardless of size and weight.
Interview and website Formic-Transportsystems
The start-up nanoshape has developed a new surface refinement for medical implants made of titanium. The structure of the surface is modified at the nanoscale so that it has an antibacterial effect - without the use of antibiotics or coatings with other materials. The technology originates from the doctoral thesis of Patrick Doll at the IMT of KIT. In addition to Doll, the founding team includes Litsy Hüscherath, who wrote her master's thesis at the IMT. Interview nanoshape