KIT is granted Humboldt Professorship for excellent physicist
(Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) ) Karlsruhe Institute of Technology makes an internationally renowned experimental physicist move to Germany: Wolfgang Wernsdorfer was chosen for a Humboldt professorship. With this award, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation honors internationally leading scientists that have been working abroad so far. With funds totaling up to €5 million, the Humboldt professorship is Germany's highest award for international scientists. Wernsdorfer, a renowned expert for nanomagnets, will now continue his research at KIT's Physikalisches Institut.