TTU Product Development
and Devices

Prof. Dr. Sven Matthiesen

TTU Internal
Combustion Engine

Prof. Dr. Thomas Koch

TTU Particle Technology

Prof. Dr. Gerhard Kasper

TTU Manufacturing
Technology

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Fleischer

TTU Materials Analytics

Prof. Dr. Helmut Ehrenberg

TTU Organic Chemistry

Prof. Dr. Stefan Bräse

TTU Thermal
Turbomachines

Prof. Dr. Hans-Jörg Bauer

TTU Product Development
and Drive Systems

Prof. Dr. Albert Albers

TTU High-temperature
Technology

Prof. Dr. -Ing. Dieter Stapf

TTU Timber Engineering and
Building Constructions

Prof. Dr. Hans Joachim Blaß

TTU Materials and
Process Engineering

Prof. Dr. Michael Hoffmann

TTU Off-highway
Machines

Prof. Dr. Marcus Geimer

TTU Thin-film Technology

Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Schabel

TTU Process Machines

Prof. Dr. Hermann Nirschl

TTU Fluid Engineering

Prof. Dr. Martin Gabi

TTU Cryogenic Materials
Laboratory

Prof. Dr. Mathias Noe

TTU Railway Technology

Prof. Dr. Peter Gratzfeld

TTU Materials Science

Prof. Dr. Volker Schulze

TTU Fluid Mechanics

Prof. Dr. Bettina Frohnapfel

TTU Transportation

Prof. Dr. Peter Vortisch

Prof. Dr. Manfred Wilhelm

TTU Characterization
of Polymers

TTU Electric Mobility

Prof. Dr. Martin Doppelbauer

TTU Gas Particle Technology

Prof. Dr. Achim Dittler

TTU Rheology and
Formulation of
Complex Fluids

Prof. Dr. Norbert Willenbacher

TTU Surface Technologies
and Nanotechnology

Prof. Dr. Thomas Schimmel

TTU Lightweight
Construction

Prof. Dr. Frank Henning

TTU Reservoir Geology

Prof. Dr. Christoph Hilgers

TTU Materials Handling
Technology

Prof. Dr. Kai Furmans

TTU Concrete Structures
and Testing Technology

Prof. Dr. -Ing. Harald S. Müller

TTU Production and
Logistics Systems

Prof. Dr. Frank Schultmann

TTU Entrepreneurship
and Technology Management

Prof. Dr. Orestis Terzidis

TTU Surface-active
Materials

Prof. Dr. Christof Wöll

TTU Autonomous
Mobile Systems

Prof. Dr. Christoph Stiller

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KIT Campus Transfer GmbH

Technology transfer from publicly funded research essentially contributes to maintaining and strengthening Germany as a location of industry. To make use of all options available, science institutions increasingly complement their technology transfer units by customized private structures. After weighing statutory tasks and entrepreneurial requirements, subsidiaries are established to some pool services, instruments, and platforms that can be used more reasonably outside of the institution.

For Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, such tasks are executed by the KIT Campus Transfer GmbH (KCT). It offers flexible support of industry and startup projects as well as in the use of university resources. In addition, individual consulting and management services are offered to companies, in particular to those in which KIT is a partner.

As a partner of industry, KCT creates a KIT-wide cross-sectoral platform to turn existing technological competencies into economic values added.

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05. September 2017 - Cooperation KCT and QPR Technologies

Under the leadership of KCT, QPR Technologies, a young and motivated developer team from Karlsruhe, was able to complete a first project with a large company from the automotive supply industry successfully. So, in close cooperation with KIT, KCT enables the development of innovative technologies and a successful technology transfer into industry while supporting start-ups.

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