“An ultra-modern temple of cutting-edge research”, “a brilliant new building”, “a building that paves the way for the future” – these are extracts from the speeches given at the laying of the foundation stone for the new high-tech building of the Institute of Geosciences at the Christian-Albrechts Universität zu Kiel (also referred to as Kiel University or CAU) on 2 March 2020. The speakers were unanimous in their praise for the building planned by us: it is currently one of the largest construction projects in the state of Schleswig-Holstein and will enable research at the highest level in future. Professor Frank Kempken, Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences: “The new building resembling a cut gemstone will give the geosciences the urgently needed basis for research and teaching in the coming decades.”
On a usable area of more than 7,100 square metres, modern work and laboratory spaces for the scientists, students and technical staff of the interdisciplinary Geosciences Section will be created by spring 2023. The scientists and students who are currently working at several locations spread over the campus will be united under the roof of the new institute building.
More about the building for the Institute of Geosciences at CAU, Kiel
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