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2015-03-19 Increasing energy storage capacity of Li-ion batteries
KIT researchers developed a cathode material based on an innovative storage principle that boosts energy storage densities, allowing for a reversible storage of 1.8L per formula unit
2014-03-31 Ensuring smooth operations thru big data
The Fraunhofer Institute for Optronics, System Technologies and Image Exploitation IOSB will show how operators can analyse big data and use it as an early warning system in industrial production
2013-05-28 Wireless data transmission tops 40Gb/s at 240GHz
A team from Applied Solid State Physics and the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology revealed what they say is a world record in wireless data transmission and capacity of fibre optics.
2013-02-18 Toronto University, KIT build nanoscale silicon-based LEDs
A research team from the Toronto University and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology have created nanoscale silicon based LEDs, offering a significant potential as highly efficient light emitters.
2008-07-31 Three giants collaborate on cloud computing
HP, Intel Corp. and Yahoo! Inc. have announced the creation of a global, multidata center, open source test bed for the advancement of cloud computing research and education
2009-10-29 Telematics boom drives need to boost car security
The rising complexity of the vehicle's electronic inner lifer and the increasing exposure to telematics and consumer electronics now enforces a more open discussion on security issues
2015-05-21 China start-up to drive smartwatch market
Reportedly, a number of smartwatch fence-sitters and traditional watchmakers harbour high hopes for 3Wearable. They will be using its technology to dabble in the nascent smartwatch market
2012-07-06 KIT's research to improve organic solar cell efficiency
KIT's research program aims to improve efficiency in solar cells by more than 10 percent.
2012-11-22 German team develops photonic crystal production method
The SPRIE (Sequential Passivation and Reactive Ion Etching) method is applied to structure the silicon on large areas in a simple and three-dimensional manner.
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