Nano- and Microtechnologies (Hall 6, stand H18). KIT will present the Karlsruhe Nano Micro Facility (KNMF) at the special exhibition "German Pavilion IVAM Product Market "Micro, Nano, & Materials" together with the IVAM Association for Microtechnology. The KNMF is a high-tech platform for the structurization and characterization of various functional materials on the nano- and microscales. It is available to users from national and international enterprises and research institutions.
High-temperature Superconductivity (Hall 13, stand C51). At the special exhibition "Superconducting City", KIT will present developments and applications of high-temperature superconductivity. The focus will be placed on high-current leads for alternating current applications in energy technology, on components, such as superconducting current limiters, and current-limiting transformers, as well as on magnets for fusion reactors, spectroscopy, space technology, and special applications.
EIFER (Hall 13, stand D10). More than eight years ago, EDF and KIT (then: Universitt Karlsruhe) decided to found EIFER. As a joint research institute focusing on the topics of energy and the environment, EIFER intensifies scientific cooperation of both partners by joint projects on industry-relevant topics. Under EIFER, more than 110 scientists acquire interdisciplinary know-how in the fields of energy efficiency and sustainable development of cities and regions and develop innovative solutions for decentralized energy production.
bioliq (Hall 27, stand N71). At the stand of the Agency for Renewable Resources (FNR e. V.), KIT will present the bioliq process: On the KIT campus, a pilot plant is being built for the production of bioma
|Contact: Monika Landgraf|
Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres