Welcome to the Institute of Applied Geosciences (AGW) at KIT, founded in 1825. Our innovations in teaching and research strive for a sustainable use of the subsurface on GeoEnergy, Groundwater, RawMaterials and Storage. The institute consists of seven chairs and has a collegial board of directors, represented by an executive director.
While the world holds its breath because of the corona crisis, Valentin Goldberg is on the remote volcano Tolhuaca in Chile - and at first, he doesn't notice anything.clicKIT article
Just in time for the KIT-wide relaunch date we are pleased to be able to present you now also the AGW site in the new application-oriented design. The individual departments now have individual web domains.Further Information on the Relaunch (KIT Intranet)
"Ten years ago we could have solved the whole problem to a large extent simply by changing land use. Today we need enormous amounts of negative emissions, i.e. CO2, which is actively removed from the atmosphere." >> link to filmZDF (German TV) Link
Geosciences at KIT in the ranking by U.S.News (2020) in first place nationwide.Article in US News