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The University of Applied Sciences (UAS) Kaiserslautern and the engineering service provider KST Motorenversuch have signed a cooperative agreement to establish a center for electric mobility. Amid rapid changes and developments in e-mobility, engineering and test service providers have to adapt their technical and personnel resources quickly and efficiently in response. It is equally important for universities to be involved in these change processes from an early stage so that they can adjust their curricula and research plans accordingly. The partners intend to join forces to meet these goals with the Center for E-Mobility at KST's Willy Wolf Academy in Bad Dürkheim. KST wishes to use practical courses and joint development and research projects to accompany the next steps of individual mobility, while also inspiring young people for these exciting developments, said Prof. Gerhard Reiff, CEO of KST.
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