The redesign of the Anger site, which was decided in 2017, is based on the idea of an open campus design flowing into the city, which also strengthens the transfer of knowledge in spatial terms.
The new building for the agricultural sciences institutes will be a modern lab and office building, which will also include the Computing Centre offices.
The "Center for Fundamental Research in Translational Evolutionary Biology" (CeTEB) is set to receive a new building on the CAU campus, as announced by the Joint Science Conference of the Federal Government and the Länder (GWK) in June 2020. The building, covering nearly 5,000 square metres, will be constructed on the Bremerskamp site as part of the new "Kiel.Science.City" urban quarter at CAU and is expected to be completed by 2026.
Kiel University (CAU) is consolidating its specialised departmental libraries for economics and social sciences into a new building located at Heinrich-Hecht-Platz. The CAU is investing approximately ten million euros in the construction of this new library building, with completion expected by 2024.
The urban development objective of the new Institute of Geosciences building is to generate an independent, distinctive building that can depict the extensive spatial programme and blend in with the existing campus structure.
The Faculty of Engineering’s lecture hall buildingwill form the new entrance to the campus in Gaarden and is an important building block for networking the faculty with the district.
Renovation measures and the temporary accommodation of the gallery's objects and staff have been necessary for some time. The measures will commence in 2023 and will require the Kunsthalle to close.
At the beginning of 2020, construction began for the new car park on the previous car park behind Mensa I. In future, this will offer space for CAU employees and will also have electric charging points.
The centrepiece of the redesigned Ostufer campus will be the new building for sensor research. This new four-storey building will cover 3,600 square metres and will house laboratories, offices and a conference room for public seminars. An experimental basin is being built on the ground floor, which is unique in civil research and for which complex foundations were necessary on the construction site.
The Centre for Integrative Systems Medicine (ZISMed) and the new research building 2 complement the Quincke Research Centre. On 9,415 square metres of usable space, the new twin buildings will house extensive research laboratories and a study outpatient clinic, areas for biobanking and equipment platforms.
In addition to labs and offices for the Department of Geography, the first two floors of the new 5 storey building will include a modern seminar area with working space for students.
With the construction of the new so-called Juridicum, a modern research, teaching and administration building for the Faculty of Law will be built. The Juridicum preludes the restructuring of the faculty blocks.
The new Department of Mathematics building is planned next to the Wissenschaftspark. In addition to classrooms and offices, the new building will also hold the joint library belonging to the Departments of Mathematics, Computer Science and the Computing Centre.
A new medical research and teaching campus for Kiel University is being built on Feldstraße. The Quincke Research Centre (QFZ) is the first of a total of three new research buildings. It has five floors and 4,100 square metres of usable space.