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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ETI Institute Colloquium

The new program for the ETI Institute Colloquium in the summer semester 2021 is fixed. All interested parties are invited to attend the lectures.

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Scalable Charging System for Electric Vehicles

In the research project "SKALE", KIT and partners are working on the design, simulation, and construction of a charging infrastructure for electric cars with decentralized renewable energies and stationary storage.

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Best Paper Award at ICEM

The paper "Transient Thermal Model for Ball Bearings in Electrical Machines" by Felix Hoffmann, Donatas Silys and Martin Doppelbauer was awarded as best paper at the International Conference on Electrical Machines (ICEM).

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Weltrekord: The lightest electrical bicycle prototype

With 6,782 kg the lightest e-bike in the world was built and thus a new world record was set! The ETI supported the project by investigating the engine performance.

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