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  1. Roselieb, Frank - University of Kiel, Germany. His research focus is on crisis management, corporate communications, risk management, early warning systems, multinational corporations and virtual competence center.
  2. University of Kiel - main site, information on courses and for students, on research fields, institutions, events and alumni organization.
  3. Coastal Research Laboratory - CORELAB - The Coastal Research Laboratory (Corelab) at the Christian Albrechts University of Kiel is a research and teaching unit established to foster research in coastal environments.
  4. The Leibniz Institute of Marine Sciences at the University of Kiel - Research specialties are ocean circulation, climate dynamics, marine biogeochemistry, marine ecology, and ocean floor dynamics. Page includes list of working groups. Located in Germany.
  5. Kiel Institute for World Economics - The Kiel Institute for World Economics at the University of Kiel is an international center for economic policy research and documentation, it has about 270 employees. The Institute's main activities are economic research, economic policy consulting, and the documentation and provision of information about international economic relations.
  6. Leibniz-Labor - This laboratory at the University of Kiel provides radiometric dating and studies the use of stable and radioactive isotopes for archaeometry, palaeoclimate research and as tracers in environmental studies.
  7. Faculty of Engineering, Christian-Albrechts University Kiel - Das Internationale Studienprogramm Materials Science and Engineering: Materials Science, Multicomponent Materials, Sensors and Solid State Ionics, Microanalysis of Materials, Simulation of Material and Component Behavior.


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    University of Kiel


    University of Kiel
    Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
    Siegel der CAU.png
    Seal of the University of Kiel
    Latin: Academia Holsatorum Chiloniensis
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    Christiana Albertina
    Motto Pax optima rerum
    Motto in English Peace is the greatest good
    Established 1665
    Type Public
    President Gerhard Fouquet
    Admin. staff 2,175
    Students 24,108
    Location Kiel, Germany
    Campus Urban
    Colors Purple and white          
    Website www.uni-kiel.de

    The University of Kiel (German Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, CAU) is a university in the city of Kiel, Germany. It was founded in 1665 as the Academia Holsatorum Chiloniensis by Christian Albert, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp and has approximately 24,000 students today. The University of Kiel is the largest, oldest, and most prestigious in the state of Schleswig-Holstein. Until 1864/66 it was not only the northernmost university in Germany but at the same time the 2nd largest university of Denmark.


    University of Kiel History


    The University of Kiel was founded under the name Christiana Albertina on 5 October 1665 by Christian Albert, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp. The citizens of the city of Kiel were initially quite sceptical about the upcoming influx of students, thinking that these could be "quite a pest with their gluttony, heavy drinking and their questionable character" (German: mit Fressen, Sauffen und allerley leichtfertigem Wesen sehr ärgerlich seyn). But those in the city who envisioned economic advantages of a university in the city won, and Kiel thus became the northernmost university in the German Holy Roman Empire.

    After 1773, when Kiel had come under Danish rule, the university began to thrive, and when Kiel became part of Prussia in the year 1866, the university grew rapidly in size. The university opened one of the first botanical gardens in Germany (now the Alter Botanischer Garten Kiel), and Martin Gropius designed many of the new buildings needed to teach the growing number of students.

    The Christiana Albertina was one of the first German universities to obey the Gleichschaltung in 1933 and agreed to remove many professors and students from the school, for instance Ferdinand Tönnies or Felix Jacoby. During World War II, the University of Kiel suffered heavy damage, therefore it was later rebuilt at a different location with only a very few of the older buildings housing the medical school.


    University of Kiel Faculties


    Aerial view of the central campus

    University of Kiel Notable people



    University of Kiel Alumni

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    University of Kiel Academics

    See also Category:University of Kiel faculty

    Nobel Prize Winners

    The University of Kiel helped develop this radiation detector for a Mars probe.[1]

    There are several Nobel Prize Winners affiliated with the University of Kiel:


    University of Kiel Points of interest



    University of Kiel References


    1. ^ "SwRI Radiation Assessment Detector (RAD) Homepage". Southwest Research Institute. Retrieved January 19, 2011. 

    University of Kiel See also



    University of Kiel External links


    Coordinates: 54°20′20″N 10°07′21″E / 54.33889°N 10.12250°E / 54.33889; 10.12250



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