Data TastaturNew article on the research blog: New Work – New Skills. New People? Skills in the workplace of the future

Digitalisation is changing the demands on teams and leaders. Which skills are central to this?

"Nucleus Cinema" - Promoting transformation processes through documentary films: Online premiere on 24 June 2021 at 5 p.m.

The 20-minute impulse film "Zusammenwirken" (Synergy) provides insights into the use of the research instrument real world lab as well as its possibilities and challenges in the context of social transformation. After the impulse talk and film screening, there will be space for discussions on the impact and possible uses of films as transformation media.

Dialogtag Netzwerk 2021- Invitation to the Dialogue Day 2021 - Economy & Technology

Again this year, the KIT Faculty of Economics is organising its annual celebration as part of the Dialogue Day - Economics & Technology. The focus of the event is the linking of science and practice. A diverse programme on this year's leading topic "The Future of Work" awaits you.

Christine Rösch bei der digitalen Veranstaltung Faszination Wissenschaft- Fascination science: Bioeconomy as a way out of the ecological crisis

Does the bioeconomy have the potential to provide a way out of the climate crisis? Scientists from the KIT discussed this question at the university’s annual celebration. Dr. Christine Rösch, head of the research group sustainable bioeconomy at ITAS and member of the KIT Center Humans and Technology, was also part of the panel.

Falling Walls Lab Karlsruhe- Falling Walls Lab Karlsruhe: Which wall will your research break? Apply now!

On 16 June 2021, young researchers, students and young entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to present their research, ideas or business models in short talks to a jury. The best can join the Falling Walls Conference in Berlin. The deadline for applications is 2 June 2021.

smart contract symbolbildNew article in the research blog: Relentlessness of the algorithm: self-executing contracts

Due to rapid technological development, many contractual relationships are already set to change drastically in the near future. This article takes a look ahead into the new world of contracts.