Welcome at the Institute of Electrical Engineering (ETI)

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At the KIT Electrotechnical Institute (ETI), experts in power electronics, electrical machines, drive control, and energy storage systems conduct research. With about 65 employees, interdisciplinary cooperation of these neighboring research areas takes place in order to improve the increasing requirements in terms of power density, functionality, and energy efficiency and to create innovations.

In addition to research and teaching, the ETI is working on a wide range of projects in close cooperation with industry and public project sponsors to find innovative solutions and concepts for the future. In addition, the ETI offers an extensive equipment pool in which prototypes are built and tested for use.

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Energy storage: Modular System Increases Flexibility

In the LeMoStore joint project, KIT is leading research with partners from research and industry into a grid-integrated solution for a stable power supply with renewable energies.

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Project Approval of the Innovation Campus Mobilität

The cooling of electric motors is to be significantly increased in the continuous power density of electric motors by means of a new conceptual design as part of the project "Highly Efficient Electric Motor with Additively Manufactured Cooling System in Plastic Overmolding (HEaK)".

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Thomas A. Edison Award of IEC

Prof. Dr. Martin Doppelbauer was awarded the Thomas A. Edison Award of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) in October 2021. Along with ISO and the ITU, the IEC is one of the three major international standards organizations operating worldwide and is headquartered in Geneva.

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New Vacancies

The ETI is looking for an academic assistant (f/m/d) in the area of electric drives to start as soon as possible.

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