As part of the Erasmus + Virtual Exchange Program: Debate Exchange Activity new English Debate Team Leader Trainings take place on 19th September, 10th October and 31st October 2020. Participants from the Euro-Mediterranean area will debate online.Further Information
The Sustainability Spring Days at KIT will take place on 22-25 March 2021. In various events it will be explored how science can contribute to understanding and fostering the sustainability of technical, social and ecological systems.Further Information
The future of our work is uncertain? With the BMBF project FutureWork, ZAK is breaking new ground to change this. Human Factors and Ergonomics, Futurology and Science Fiction are working together on new future scenarios.Further Information
Welcome to the ZAK’s new website! Since August 1, 2020 we use a responsive and modern design. If you have questions or suggestions concerning the ZAK’s web-relaunch, please contact email@example.com.
ZAK: Science meets society
As responsible corporate institutions, research universities experience new challenges: they are expected to provide innovative and highly specialised new and robust knowledge; unintended social and cultural effects are to be adequately anticipated; and both scientific communities and the broader public are to be involved in communication processes. Read more
A Concise Profile
The ZAK | Centre for Cultural and General Studies aims at interdisciplinarity. It contributes to communicate between the sciences and the humanities and mediates between science and society by means of specific projects on the basis of the university’s concept of structure and development.
Tasks and Goals: