This video is hosted on Youtube. To watch it, you must confirm that the data is loaded from external servers. Personal data (e.g. your IP address) is transferred to these external servers.
|UPDATE: The Science Camp Electric Mobility will unfortunately not take place in 2020 due to the corona pandemic.|
How will we move in the future? How does an electric motor work and where is the electricity stored to drive it? How does an autonomous car recognize when to stop? What kind of mobility do you wish for in the future?
These are the current questions you will be dealing with when you take part in the Science Camp with the new focus on electric mobility at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
In the Science Camp "Electric Mobility" you can learn about alternatives to the combustion engine and test those yourself. You can also discuss your vision of the mobility of the future or one of the current research fields with experts and present it in form of a short video. For this purpose, you can use various equipment such as animations and green screen as aids. Furthermore, the camp gives you the opportunity to meet new people and to deal with the topic of electric mobility in a creative way.
Leisure activities should not be neglected either. For example, a visit to the Europabad is planned, as well as a cosy barbecue in the evening. The participants of the Science Camp will stay overnight in a youth hostel in Karlsruhe during the whole week.
Science Camp Electric Mobility
will unfortunately not take place until 2021
for young people from 14-16 years
The share of costs for overnight stay, meals (full board), public transport, material as well as excursions, leisure program and admissions: 240,- €.
Maximum number of participants: 20 pupils
The registration takes place online via the website of the Pupils Academy.
You will receive a message about a confirmation or cancellation directly from KIT. Please transfer the fee to the Student Academy only after receiving the confirmation!
The Science Camp Electric Mobility is offered in cooperation with the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology and is carried out in close cooperation with the Zentrum für Energie and the Schülerakademie Karlsruhe e.V.