Liquid hydrogen (LH₂) offers great potential for a sustainable and efficient hydrogen economy in Germany. However, the technology is still largely unknown. But what exactly is so interesting about this cryogenic liquid? We have summarized the most important facts for you.Learn more
The 16th European Conference on Applied Superconductivity was held in Bologna, Italy from September 3-7, 2023. More info from the organizer can be found here.
Also this year, many ITEP staff members enriched the conference with their contributions.Learn more
Superconductors at room temperature and atmospheric pressure could fundamentally change our modern world: low-cooling data centers, efficient power grids, advances in nuclear fusion.
What sounds like the fulfillment of a dream unfortunately has a few catches.
Giovanni De Carne leads the Helmholtz Young Investigator Group Real-Time Systems Integration for Energy Technologies at the Institute of Technical Physics at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) since 2020.
On 07 November 2022, Giovanni De Carne received a tenure-track W1 professorship.
We would like to congratulate him and wish him continued success.Learn more
At the KIT Open Day, the ITEP offered exciting insights behind the scenes of laboratories and research facilities, spectacular do-it-yourself experiments, and manifold presentations about the institute in 9 stations. Here you can find all posters as well as many impressions of the event.
10 am - 6 pm
KIT Campus North