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Institute for Applied Materials - Materials for Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IAM-WET)

 

Head of Institute: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ellen Ivers-Tiffée

Adenauerring 20b

Building 50.40

D-76131 Karlsruhe, Germany

Phone:  +49 721 608-47491
Fax:     +49 721 608-47492  

 

News

IAM-WET on film

Professor Ellen Ivers-Tiffée appointed Fellow of The Electrochemical Society (ECS)

Lin-KK Tool for validity testing of Impedance Spectra available for download

Christian Friedrich Schönbein Medal for scientific work.


For more information please refer to our german site.

Welcome to the Institute for Applied Materials - Materials for Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IAM-WET)

The IAM-WET is an institute of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).  
The major area of research is the characterization and modeling of innovative materials and devices in the fields of:

  • High temperature fuel cells → electrical energy generation and electrolysis
  • Lithium-ion batteries →  energy storage and electric mobility
  • High temperature membranes → CO2-free power plants

Our lectures cover fundamental knowledge as well as application-oriented subjects. Working out your bachelor or master thesis at IAM-WET you have the opportunity to collaborate with our partners from academic research institutions and industry.

 

 

 

 

For Students

 

IAM-WET on film

IAM-WET and its research activities in the field of electromobility are part of a new corporate film about KIT's Institute for Applied Materials (IAM). This film is featured in the current MRS-TV broadcast which portrays leading-edge materials research institutions worldwide on behalf of the renowned Materials Research Society (MRS).
 
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Bachelor- and master-theses and student research projects

Following this link you find open theses that are part of our current research projects. If you are interested in any other topic within our area of research, you are most welcome to contact our staff.