|Materials Research: A New Window into the Realm of High-Pressure Experiments|
Scientists in Bayreuth and Karlsruhe combine high-pressure research with NMR spectroscopy (Photo: T. Meier, University of Bayreuth). Publication in Science Advances. More…
Press Release University of Bayreuth
|Turning Research into Innovations|
ERC Proof of Concept Grant “Scanner for novel chemical reactions“ goes to Prof. Nesterov-Mueller. In the project, the innovation potential of the nanolayer-based synthesis developed in the ERC Starting Grant COMBIPATTERNING will be evaluated.
|Researchers from IMT and IPQ Received the Gips-Schüle Award 2017|
Awarded for the Development an Realisation of an Ultra-compact Photodetector: Prof. C Koos, Prof. M. Kohl and Physicist S. Mühlbrandt (from left to right, Photo: T. Niedermüller, GSS). More…
|ERC Consolidator Grant goes to Prof. Christian Koos|
Prof. Koos was awarded for the project „Terahertz Waveform Synthesis and Analysis Using Hybrid Photonic Electronic Circuits -TeraSHAPE“ (Photo: L. Tkotz, KIT). More…
|Transparent Coatings for Everyday Applications|
Fluoropor is a New Material That Repels Water and Resists Abrasion Due to a Continuous Nano/Microstructure (Photo: B. E. Rapp, KIT). Publication in Nature Scientific Reports. More…
|Viola Flower Helps to Advance Light Harvesting in Solar Cells|
Scientists at KIT copy microstructures from the viola petal and improve performance of solar cells. More…
|Special Issue on Glassy Carbon by Dr. Swati Sharma|
IMT researcher Dr. Swati Sharma was selected as the guest editor for an advertised special issue on glassy carbon in the journal Materials. Contributions are welcome.
|225 Japanese publications based on KIT/IMT X-ray lenses|
In the last 10 years, from 2008 to 2017, at the synchrotron source SPring-8 in Japan 225 publications have been published where compound refractive X-ray lenses (CRLs) from KIT/IMT have been used in the experimental setup. More…
|From Nature to Photovoltaics: Absorption Increase up to 200 %|
Scientists from KIT and Caltech utilize the disordered nanoholes of the black butterfly scales to improve thin-film solar cell performance (Illustration: R. H. Siddique, KIT/Caltech). More…
|Nuclear Magnetic Resonance: High Sensitivity on Smallest Spaces|
For the first time, scientists of IMTEK (Freiburg) and IMT use Lenz lenses for measurements for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance – potential applications in medicine (Figure: Nils Spengler, KIT). More…
|EUROMAR 2017 Poster Prize goes to Shyamsundar Adhikari|
IMT Ph.D. student Shyam S. Adhikari (left) has been awarded with a poster prize for his contribution “On-chip capacitors for MACS NMR detectors” with the EUROMAR 2017 congress on magnetic resonance in Warsaw.
|In the test tube instead of under the knife|
Freiburg neuroscientists develop new forms of diagnosis and therapy for temporal lobe epilepsy in cooperation with Prof. Korvink of IMT (Photo: N. Schwaderlapp, University Freiburg). Publication in eLife.
Press release University Freiburg
|KIT NEULAND: Common project of IMT and IMVT was awarded|
Dr. Sadir, Dr. Rajabi and Prof. Guber recently won the 2nd prize for their project „Salivary sensing-chip for Early Diagnosis of acute Myocardial Infarction” in the category ideas competition (Photo: KIT).
Review awards ceremony
All winners 2017
M. Gültig, H. Ossmer, C. Megnin and C. Wessendorf from the start-up company memetis became founders of the month July 2017 and won the Elevator Pitch BW 2017 (Photo: KIT). More…
|Nature: Optical Communication at Record-High Speed|
Soliton frequency combs generated in optical microresonators allow to transmit data at rates of more than 50 Tbit/s (Photo: J. N. Kemal/P. Marin-Palomo/KIT). More…
|Nature: 3D-Printing of Glass Now Possible|
Complicated high-precision structures made of glass can be manufactured in a 3D-printing process developed at the KIT (Photo: NeptunLab). More…
|Making of hollow microcoils|
A process to manufacture solenoidal microcoils relying on a two solvent approach is presented. The corresponding publication has been selected for the J. Micromech. Microeng. 2016 highlights collection.
|Two ERC-POC go to IMT|
IMT directors Prof. Koos and Prof. Korvink have been each awarded with “Proof of Concepts Grants” of the ERC for the SCOOTER and LockChip projects. More…