To all Master students who want to attend the lecture Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions: The lecture will take place on Mondays, from 8: 00-9: 30 in the seminar room!! The updated timetable can be found here on the page.
Semester Opening on Wednesday, 24.10. from 17:30 in the seminar room 13/2.
The invitation is addressed to all students and lecturers and should give our first semester students the opportunity to get to know lecturers and students from higher semesters. Come on over for a beer!
You can find the current university calendar at the Campus Management for Students.
Appointment for the semester pre-meeting for the coming winter semester:
Monday, October 15, 2018
Master: 10:30 - 11:30
Bachelor (1st-6th semester !!): 14:00 - 14:45 Uhr
Our students made their decision:
The best course (experimental Physics) in the Faculty for Physics in summer semester 2018 is the bachelor's course "Introduction to Synoptics", held together by Prof. Dr. Andreas Fink and Dr. Patrick Ludwig. Congratulations! (31 July 2018)
Starting in the winter semester, our master's program can be studied in Englisch. Take a look at our new brochure.
- There is now an official film about studying meteorology at KIT! Visit YouTube to watch it! Thanks to all who participated! (as of 23.03.2017)
Schedules & lecture announcements:
The block lecture Theoretical Meteorology IV by Mr. Adrian starts on 15.10. at 9:00 am. On the first day the further dates are discussed.
The schedule for the winter semester 2018/19 can be downloaded here (as of 22. October 2018).
Lectures and exercises on Geological Hazards and Risk will be given as part of the Electives in winter term 18/19 by James Daniell and Ellen Gottschämmer. The course will be given in English.
Who: Geophysics students in in their 3rd year (Bachelors), 1st & 2nd year (Masters), Meteorology students (Masters), Physics students (Masters).
Where and when: Fridays, 9 - 10:30 am (lectures), 10:45 - 12:15 am (exercises), seminar room, building 6.42
Start: 19 October 2018
Additional information regarding contents, workload, grading etc. can be found here on ILIAS:
A seminar on Guatemalan volcanoes and their monitoring will be given as part of the Electives in winter term 18/19. The course will be held in English.
Who: Geophysics students in in their 3rd year (Bachelors), 1st & 2nd year (Masters), Meteorology students (Masters).
Where and when: Mondays, 11.45 am - 1.15 pm, seminar room, building 6.42
Start: 15 October 2018
Additional information regarding contents, workload, grading can be found here on ILIAS:
Main Seminar/Seminar on Specialization Phase:
The BSc and MSc programs in Meteorology at KIT stand out by their close link to research, topicality and thematically breadth. As the number 1 institution for Atmospheric Science in Germany (Shanghai Ranking 2018), KIT can offer an extraordinarily rich spectrum of dissertations, practicals, student research assistantships and participations in field campaigns worldwide. Our graduates find attractive positions in research, industry and in the German Weather Service.