HANNOVER MESSE 2018,
23 - 27 April
Type of company
University/Institute of higher education
No. of employees
Bonding metals that normally cannot be bonded
Adhesive mechanisms from nature controlled with UV light
From Composite Materials to Biomagnetic Diagnostics
Function by Switching
Kiel University, with its 26.000 students, is Schleswig-Holstein's state university. As the epicentre of top-level research in the northernmost federal state, it attracts renowned researchers and the next generation of scientists, who mutually inspire each other here. Interdisciplinary research and teaching in eight faculties and in the four research foci - marine science, life science, nano science, cultural change - are Kiel University's international trademarks. This is where technology and medicine, law and natural sciences, economics and agricultural sciences, as well as philosophy and theology come together in joint projects and research groups.
The world's oceans play a key role in the human race's position on earth. They control the climate, provide food and raw materials, are global means of transport and are increasingly used for energy production. There must be an improvement in coordinating their use and protection in the future. This ...read more
Tiny details with an enormous effect: On its stand the research focus "Nanosciences and surface research" KiNSIS at CAU is showing how wide application opportunities are created for industry from accurate cutting-edge research. Selected examples from the laboratories in Kiel will make research on a nano ...read more
The research focus Kiel Life Science (KLS) links research in agricultural and nutritional sciences, natural sciences and medicine at Kiel University. More than half a dozen high quality bundled research projects are combined under its umbrella, with the "Inflammation at boundary layers" cluster of excellence ...read more
The research focus SECC (Social, Environmental Cultural Change) is involved with two exhibits at the "Manipulated landscapes - 10,000 years of change" exhibition in the CAU presentation at the Hanover trade fair. One of the exhibits concerns investigations into the domestication of pigs using old DNA, ...read more
Bonding metals that normally cannot be bonded: a research team of material scientists at Kiel University has discovered a method in which different metals can permanently be joined with nearly all other materials. Bonding aluminium & silicon, titanium & silicon or aluminium & copper is now possible without ...read more
adhesive materialsread more
PM magnetic field sensorsread more
Plasma-assisted surface processes play an important role in industry. It is essential to know the energy input to the surfaces to be treated. A procedure for measuring these energy flows is by calorimetric probes, also called thermal probes.
The spectrum of applications ranges from activating polymer ...read more
Observations using modern marine technological instruments are essential for understanding changes in the ocean. The exhibit »Observation Systems for the Ocean« is a gesture-controlled, multimedia exhibition object.
It was developed jointly by the Cluster of Excellence »The Future Ocean« and the Muthesius ...read more
For marine and coastal researchers the behaviour of seabirds is an important indicator of changes in the marine environment. Equipped with tracking devices on their feathers, seabirds provide important data from which researchers can draw conclusions about the effects of offshore wind farms in the northern ...read more
The further marine researchers advance into the deep sea, the more they struggle with enormous water pressure. Pictures from the depths of the oceans therefore require elaborate camera technology. Researchers from Kiel's Faculty of Engineering and the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel have ...read more
record up-to-the-minute health status by smartphoneread more
The microbiome comprises all the bacteria living on and in a human being. This could in future be measured quantitatively and qualitatively. Consequently, there is a need for a system which periodically records and checks the microbial composition of each individual during the course of their life.
This ...read more
Referenzstandards in der chemischen Analytikread more
Maßgeschneiderte Messdienstleistungen für High-Tech Industrienread more
sonoware sorgt für entspannte Sprachkommunikation in allen Umgebungen. Die im Jahr 2015 als Spin-off der CAU zu Kiel gegründete sonoware GmbH entwickelt und vertreibt zukunftsweisende Software zur Sprach- und Audiosignalverarbeitung. Von ihrem Firmensitz in Kiel aus überzeugen die vier Gründer weltweit ...read more
Topic: Research & Technology
Topic: Industrie 4.0
Topic: Motion, Drive & Automation
Topic: Industrial Automation
Topic: Partner Country Poland
Topic: Digital Factory
Joining what does not belong together: Material scientists from Kiel University have found a way to join metals with nearly all materials. This worldwide new method was presented today at Hannover Messe, the world’s leading industrial show. It is based on using an electro-chemical etching process, in which the uppermost layer of a metal is roughened on a micrometer scale in a tightly-controlled manner without affecting the mechanical stability of the metals or changing its characteristics. Through this “nan...
The Hannover Messe started today, Monday 24 April, in the capital of Lower Saxony. For the first time, Kiel University (CAU) is also represented with its own booth in Hall 2, "Research & Technology": from now until 28 April, the CAU will present its four research focus areas. At the start of the trade fair on Monday 24 April, the "Kiel Life Science" (KLS) focus area presented the "Kiel Evolution Center" (KEC) at the CAU booth. KEC experts introduced Kiel's concept of "Translational Evolutionary Research to...
When the Hannover Messe opens next Monday, 24 April in the capital of Lower Saxony, Kiel University (CAU) will enter new territory with its appearance at the fair: for the first time, the four CAU research focus areas of life science, nano, surface and interface science, marine science and cultural change will present themselves to the public at the largest industrial fair in the world. The "Kiel Life Science" (KLS) research focus, with its attractive programme of exhibits and presentations, will help to s...
For 72 percent of German companies, the digital transition is one of the biggest tasks for the coming years (source: BITKOM Research). The same applies to science. On Thursday 27 April at 5pm, representatives from the digital and the insurance industries as well as politics and science will discuss “Digitalisation in science and industry” at the Hannover Messe. The requirements of the process for politics, business and science will be explored at the Kiel University booth in Hall 2, "Research & Technol...
Minuscule details with a massive impact: this year at the Hannover Messe, the research focus Kiel Nano, Surface and Interface Science (KiNSIS) at Kiel University (CAU) will show how cutting-edge research from Kiel produces a wide range of potential applications for industry. Together with the other research focus areas at the CAU, KiNSIS will show examples of nanoscience and surface research from the Kiel laboratories in Hall 2, "Research & Technology". Lectures on current research topics complement the pr...
More and more technical and social innovations come from the creative environment of colleges, universities and research institutions. On Tuesday 25 April at 5pm Professor Lutz Kipp, President of Kiel University (CAU), will discuss "cutting-edge research as an innovation driver in Germany” with a panel of experts at the Hannover Messe. At the CAU booth in Hall 2, "Research & Technology", Sophia Hatzelmann of the Verband deutscher Unternehmerinnen e.V., the State Secretary for Science and Research in Be...
Quadruple cutting-edge research from Kiel: representatives from Kiel University’s priority research areas in life science, nano science, marine science and cultural change will meet on Tuesday, April 25, 3:30 p.m., at Hannover Messe. Collectively, they are demonstrating Kiel’s path of cutting-edge research at the CAU booth in Hall 2, "Research & Technology". "Since its foundation in 1665 Kiel University has been developing into a university of interconnecting and interactive academic cultures. Building on i...
20 lectures and presentations over five days, three podium discussions, 28 patents, four exhibitions on the Kiel applications for the new excellence strategy of the German federal and state governments, a new eHealth app, organic LEDs and materials of the future, Kiel start-ups, global market leaders, and a Poland evening: this and much more is on offer from Kiel University (CAU) from 24 to 28 April at the Hannover Messe, to promote the research and technology location Schleswig-Holstein.
On Tuesday 4 Ap...
The four founders Christian Lüke, Stephan Senkbeil, Merikan Koyun and Jochen Withopf came together at Kiel University (CAU), and started their own company, sonoware GmbH. For the implementation of their founding project, in 2015 they already successfully applied for funding from the government EXIST Transfer of Research programme (Phase I), with support from Kiel University’s Zentrum für Entrepreneurship (Centre for Entrepreneurship, ZfE). At the time they received half a million Euros for the development...
Kiel University (CAU) is currently working at top speed to prepare for the new excellence strategy agreed upon by the German federal and state governments. The excellence strategy is aimed at promoting world-class university research in Germany, and will provide annual funding totalling 533 million Euros from 2018 onwards. From 24 to 28 April 2017 Kiel University will present its research concepts at the Hannover Messe in Hall 2 (Research & Technology). In addition to the four research foci, the emphasis li...