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Contact:
Monika Landgraf
Chief Press Officer, Head of Press Office

Phone: +49 721 608-47414
Fax: +49 721 608-43658
E-Mail

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Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Public Relations and Marketing Department
Press Office - Building 10.11

Kaiserstraße 12
76131 Karlsruhe

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Press Office

Being the link between KIT and the public, the Press Office is the point of contact for newspaper and periodical journalists, broadcast journalists, and the digital media.

The KIT Press Office is dedicated to the motto “Science in Dialog” and keeps in touch with journalists to discuss topical subjects from research, education, and innovation. Our office supports journalistic research and finds the right interview partners. We inform about latest scientific results and report, in addition, on new trends in education and on KIT as an important R & D partner of industry.

Service for the media:

  • Press releases for regional, national, and international media
  • Response to media inquiries
  • Organization of press conferences
  • Off-the-record conversation with journalists
  • Photographing and filming permits
  • Finding experts in research, education, and innovation (KIT experts) for interviews
  • Newsletter for journalists (“KIT-kompakt”)
  • RSS feed subscription to KIT press releases

 
KIT employees and scientists are offered electronic press reviews. The office, moreover, carries out media response analyses and contributes to the KIT brochures and flyers.

Current Press Releases
Press Release Picture
27.11.2014
New Electrolyte for the Construction of Magnesium-Sulfur Batteries
Electrolyte of Excellent Electrochemical Stability and High Efficiency -Promising Potential for the Development of New Types of Batteries

24.11.2014
Study Supports Free "Super WiFi”
New Frequency Ranges May Make Free Network Access Possible over Long Distances and Relieve Mobile Communications Networks / Expected to Trigger Innovations

06.11.2014
Concentration of Ozone Killers on the Rise again
International monitoring network measures increase in atmospheric hydrogen chloride - The cause: slower stratospheric circulation - Montreal Protocol on track

24.11.2014
Damage Caused by Geothermal Probes Is Rare
KIT Researchers Analyze Events in Baden-Württemberg / Causes Can Be Identified and Prevented by Quality Assurance



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