Guided Tours on Campus North – Large-Scale Research Sector
As of today, visits are possible under the following conditions:
- group size max. 10 persons; which can be divided into two groups after the introductory lecture
- Only selected investments (see info sheet)
- The minimum distance of 1.5 m is maintained throughout the entire site
- A mouth-nose cover must be worn in closed rooms
- Lists of participants must be sent in advance
- The form "Declaration of no suspicion of infection with the corona virus" (will be sent by e-mail) must be completed by all participants and submitted on the day of the visit
Otherwise, of course, the health of all parties involved must be protected, so please ensure that the recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute and the health authorities as well as the Corona Ordinance of the state of Baden-Württemberg are observed:
All participants* must not have a fever, cough, cold or sore throat at the time of their presence in KIT facilities. Furthermore, they must not have had any contact in the past 14 days with people who tested positive for Covid-19 during these 14 days or who come from a risk area. If such a contact becomes known only after their presence, they must inform us immediately.
Visits of Scientific-technical Installations
bioliq® process: Production of synthetic fuel from straw and other biomass feedstocks.
KATRIN experiment: Determination of the mass of neutrinos.
Aerosol research facility AIDA
Your guided tour consists of an introductory presentation of the main activities of KIT and a visit of several scientific-technical installations. Groups may visit up to threefacilities that can be chosen from this list.
For planning your visit, note the following information:
For interested individuals or small groups of less than seven persons, no separate tour can be organized. However, these persons are invited to join a group visit.
For questions please contact:
You can apply for a campus tour here:
Guided Tours to the Works of Art
The former Research Center has been collecting works of art since the late 1960s, the objective being to promote interactions between science and art. When purchasing new works of art, the focus lies on the support of young, regional, and meanwhile famous artists.
Guided Tours for Groups of Pupils
Programs for groups of pupils are offered by the Center for Advanced Technological and Environmental Training (german).