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IScO Campus South (former Uni Karlsruhe)

Building 50.25
Adenauer Ring 8, Room 002
76131 Karlsruhe

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IScO Service Office Campus North

Building 141
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen

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Karlsruhe's birthday 2015
Karlsruhe's birthday
The project 'I’ll show you my Karlsruhe' was available as part of last year's celebrations of Karlsruhe's 300th birthday and offered the possibility of international exchange and intercultural encounters.
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Karlsruhe House of Young Scientists (KHYS)

The Karlsruhe House of Young Scientists (KHYS) serves as a platform for communication and interaction for all KIT junior researchers. It is aimed at both doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers up to two years after completion of their PhD.

 

Young Investigator Network (YIN)

The Young Investigator Network (YIN) is the platform and democratic representation of interests for the junior research leaders at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

 

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KIT Merchandising

 

Research-Alumni KIT App

Install this app and keep in touch with KIT and receive information about Job Market, News, KIT at a Glance, KIT Campus Map, Event Calendar, Contact information

 

ZAK - Centre for Cultural and General Studies

The ZAK’s concept is based on three pillars: interdisciplinarity, applied research in cultural studies, and public science.


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EURAXESS Deutschland

Welcome to the portal of EURAXESS Germany! We provide information and assistance to mobile researchers – by means of this portal and with the support of our helpdesk as well as our national EURAXESS Service Centres. This portal contains practical information concerning professional and daily life, as well as information on job and funding opportunities.

 

'How To Germany' - Magazin

Welcome to the best on-line information resource for expatriates in Germany: the website of How To Germany magazine. How To Germany tells you everything you need to know about living and working in Germany as a foreigner.

 

Make it in Germany

“Make it in Germany” is the multilingual “Welcome to Germany” portal for international qualified professionals. It is run by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. “Make it in Germany” informs qualified professionals who are interested in immigrating about their career prospects and shows them how to organise their move to Germany – and what makes it worthwhile to live and work here.

 

BBC Radio: Germany: Memories of a Nation

Presented by British Museum director Neil MacGregor, this 30-part series explores 600 years of Germany's complex and often challenging history, using objects, art, landmarks and literature. (Downloadable podcasts)

 

Femtec. Promoting Talents

Women are successful engineers. Women are Nobel laureates in natural sciences. Women fly as astronauts into space. Both business and science cannot run successfully without women’s participation. The Femtec.GmbH, which was founded by the EAF Berlin and the Technische Universität Berlin in 2001, aims to engage in this field. Together with its partners, Femtec provides a unique network that supports women in natural sciences and technology.

The Femtec.Network consists of ten large technology companies, the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, all TU9 Alliance Universities of Technology, as well as the ETH Zurich.