CKI Network
In 2001, the first Siemens Center for Knowledge Interchange was founded in Munich.

In the meantime, seven other Siemens CKI partnerships with renowned universities around the world followed. At least once a year a meeting of the CKI managers of the different universities takes place in order to exchange experiences and possibly to identify synergy effects and thus to further optimize the design of the partnership.

2001: Munich, GERMANY
Technical University Munich

2002: Aachen, GERMANY
RWTH Aachen University

2004: Berlin, Germany
Technical University Berlin

2008: Beijing, CHINA
Tsinghua-University

2008: Berkley CA, USA
University of California

2015: Atlanta GA, USA
Georgia Tech

2015: Erlangen - Nürnberg, GERMANY
Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg

2015: Graz, AUSTRIA
Technical University Graz

  • 2001: Munich, GERMANY
    Technical University Munich

  • 2002: Aachen, GERMANY
    RWTH Aachen University

  • 2004: Berlin, Germany
    Technical University Berlin

  • 2008: Beijing, CHINA
    Tsinghua-University

  • 2008: Berkley CA, USA
    University of California

  • 2015: Atlanta GA, USA
    Georgia Tech

  • 2015: Erlangen - Nürnberg, GERMANY
    Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg

  • 2015: Graz, AUSTRIA
    Technical University Graz