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In all areas of economy and society information plays a central role: We are surrounded by an increasing number of intelligent technical information systems which are equipped with capabilities like interaction, environmental awareness and self-adaptation.

The KIT Center Information · Systems · Technologies  (KCIST) investigates and designs complex adaptive, technical systems for a secure and efficient handling of information, based on competences like algorithmics, software engineering, cloud computing and scientific computing, secure communication systems, and big data technologies, as well as intuitive human-machine interfaces, human centered robotics, industrial robotics and automation. Hence, it bundles interdisciplinary competences across KIT-divisions, in particular from informatics, economics, electrical and mechanical engineering, information technology, as well as social science. The major objective of the center is to promote research and innovation as well as technology transfer between KIT and its partners in academia and industry both at a national and an international level.

 

NEWS

Highest Award for Professor Dorothea Wagner
August 13, 2019

Professor Dorothea Wagner (Institute of Theoretical Informatics) received the Konrad Zuse Medal of the German Society of Comuputer Science (German: Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.)  for her outstanding achievements in computer science.

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Open House Day 2019 at KIT
June 29, 2019

Last Saturday the KIT Open House Day took place at Campus East. The KCIST was represented with its own tent and gave insights into current research areas regarding wearable robotics and informed about courses of studies in computer science. 

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ROBDEKON Opening Ceremony
June 25, 2019

The BMBF founded competence center ROBDEKON  (German abbrev. for Roboter für die Dekontamination in menschenfeindlichen Umgebungen) was officially inaugurated .

Further information about the opening ceremony (German only)

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SICK Wissenschaftspreisverleihung 2019
June 19, 2019

On 19 June 2019, in cooperation with KCIST the SICK Science Prize was awarded for the first time at the "50 Jahre Informatik" ceremony.

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CYBATHLON Prosthesis Series & AsWeR 2019
May 16-18, 2019

Last week, from 17 - 18 May 2019, the CYBATHLON Powered ARM and LEG Prosthesis Series organized by the Chair of High Performance Humanoid Technologies (H2T) of the Institute of Anthropomatics and Robotics (IAR) at KIT in collaboration with ETH Zurich took place.

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AgiProbot: Artificial Intelligence for future agile manufacturing
March, 2019

The AgiProbot project, founded by the Carls Zeiss Foundation, started on March 1, 2019. The goal of the project is the design of an agile production system that dynamically reacts to uncertain product specifications using artificial intelligence. The developed solutions will be tested in a demonstrator factory. The team, consisting of different KIT research groups, is coordinated by the KIT Institute of Production Science (wbk).

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AsWeR19 - Call for Papers opened

The Call for Papers for the Symposium on Assistive and Wearable Robotic Technologies (AsWeR) is open. Extended abstracts can be submitted under the following link: https://easychair.org/cfp/AsWeR19 

AsWeR19 takes place at the Trade Fair Centre in Karlsruhe and is co-located with the CYBATHLON Prosthesis Series 2019 and the REHAB19. AsWeR19 and the CYBATHLON Prosthesis Series 2019 are both organized by KIT in cooperation with the CYBATHLON team of the ETH Zürich.

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Safer Internet Day 2019
Febraury 5, 2019

Under the motto "Together protecting the KIT IT Infrastructure ", the research group SECUSO (AIFB) together with SCC, KASTEL and ZML prepared new KIT specific, easy to understand information material on cyber security based on previous research results. The KIT Safer Internet Day 2019 team will present and distribute this material to the interested public on February 5, from 11 am to 3 pm, in the KIT cafeteria.

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