Council for Research and Promotion of Young Scientists (CRYS)
|The KIT-Internal committee is concerned with the preselection and quality management of applications for third-party funding as well as with the promotion of young scientists, e.g. the selection of promising early career researchers for the Young Investigator Group Preparation Program at KIT.|
|Follow this link for more information on CRYS.||
Manuel Hinterstein ∂kit edu
Steering Committee of the Karlsruhe House of Young Scientists
|The Karlsruhe House of Young Scientists (KHYS) supports and promotes all KIT junior researchers up to three years after completing their doctoral thesis with their various activities in the domains of research, teaching and management.|
|Follow this link for more information on KHYS.||Hartwig.Anzt∂kit.edu|
Convention of the scientific employees at KIT
|The Convention serves in providing information and in shaping the opinion of the academic, scientific, and scientific-technical employees at KIT. As their representative organ, it bundles their opinions and concerns, seeks dialog with the management at KIT, makes recommendations, and promotes the flow of information in both directions. At the moment, over 90 elected and delegated members form the Convention.||
|Follow this link for more information on the Convention.||Hartwig.Anzt∂kit.edu Karsten.Woll∂kit.edu|
HEiKA Board of Directors
The Heidelberg Karlsruhe Strategic Partnership (HEiKA) encompasses all joint bilateral activities of KIT and Heidelberg University. The focus of the collaboration is on research, teaching, innovation and promotion of young talent. The Board of Directors leads the reserach bridges which stimulate exchange on scientific direction, new research topics, and perspecitves on joint research projects. Since 2016, two early career researchers have been appointed as advisory members of the board.
|Follow this link for more information on HEiKA.||Frank.Biedermann∂kit.edu|
KIT 2025 strategy
The overarching KIT 2025 strategy outlines the way for the years to come with focus on research, teaching, and innovation as well as on early career researchers, administration, governance, and internationalization. YIN members have been part of the lead projects addressing the merger of research and teaching (Aiko Voigt) and career pathways for junior scientists (Kathrin Valerius).
For recent developments and status updates visit the KIT 2025 News Archive on the intranet.
Excellence Strategy of the Federal and the State governments
The Federal Government and the Federal States are strengthening cutting-edge research at German universities under the umbrella of the Excellence Strategy. Funding is provided to Clusters in selected fields of research and to Universities of Excellence. YIN members have been part of the sounding board reviewing KIT's application, have participated in preparatory workshops and played a major role at the on-site visit.