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In the topic "Geothermal Energy Systems", scientists from 7 institutes work at KIT. These include basic and third-party funded scientists, engineers and technical personnel. In 2017, 63% of them were women and 19 doctoral students were working on their doctoral thesis, of which 32% had internationally come to KIT for doctoral studies.


People in the News

Ewelina Kaczówka (IKFT) wins Poster Prize of the Annual Meeting of the 10th Anniversary of the KIT Energy Center

for her work on the online monitoring of hydrothermal systems in the context of geothermal energy use (Topic Geothermal Energy Systems)

Annual meeting of the KIT Center Energy
Britta Nestler wins Leibnitz Prize 2017

the most important German research prize for her contribution to computer-aided materials research.

KIT news (in German)

DFG website (in English)
Eva Schill received Research and Innovation Award 2017

The Prize of the Society for Research & Development Nova FoU: s "Annual Award for research and development 2017" was awarded for her work in and for the rock laboratory Äspö in Sweden.

Gopala Krishna Darbha awarded with prestigious "Ramanujan Fellowship"

The researcher worked for five years at KIT-INE (2011-2016) in the Department of Geochemistry and was honored by the Department of Science and Technology India

INE Homepage
Thomas Goebel receives a Humboldt Research Fellowship

as visiting scientist in the topic Geothermal Energy Systems at KIT

Maximiliano Pavez awarded DAAD doctoral scholarship

Doctoral scholarship through bilateral agreement of DAAD and CONICYT (Comisión Nacional de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica, Chile).

Carola Meller receives Arcadis-Award 2015

for her work aimed at the protection and sustainable management of soil and groundwater resources, as well as improving the quality of life.

stiftung.kit.edu/arcadis-preis.php (in German)
Ingrid Stober received Patricius-Award

for her important achievements in hydrogeology and her commitment for hot-dry rock technology (EGS).

Bundesverband Geothermie (only in German)
Martin Schoenball receives Feodor Lynen Research Grant

of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation for stay at Stanford University

Frank Schilling appointed on Dr. Herrenknecht Endowed Professorship in Technical Petrophysics

The professorship "Technical Petrophysics" is endowed by Dr. Herrenknecht  foundation.