Group Leader: Junior Prof. Lennart Hilbert, PhD
(he/him, Hilbert is last/family name)
Office North Campus (Institute of Toxicology and Genetics)
Building 439, Room 407
+49 721 608 22887
Office South Campus (Zoological Institute)
Meetings upon arrangement
Building 30.43, Room 724
+49 721 608 48174
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Institute of Toxicology und Genetics (ITG)
How to get to the Hilbert Lab
The lab is located at KIT Campus North in building 439. It is not trivial to get there – please bring passport/photo ID, and read these instructions before you start your journey! First, you need to get to “KIT Campus Nord Südtor” in Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen (yes, no longer Karlsruhe). By car, please program “KIT Campus Nord Südtor” into google maps, or Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1 if you use a purely street-address-based navigation system. By public transport, you first want to get to “Blankenloch”, then use the bus 195 (direction “Leopoldshafen”) and get off at the stop “KIT Campus Südtor”. Now you have made it to outside the security gate. Now go to the reception (“Anmeldung”) to get your visitor’s pass. Either we pre-arranged this, or have the reception call to ITG for confirmation. Next, you will need to navigate to building 439, indicated in square D8 of this map (please save the map to your phone or print it, you will need it). On the map, building 439 looks like a stair with 4 steps. As you approach, you will notice the neighbouring building, which has a huge white spherical antenna on the roof. We are on the 4th floor of 439, on the left-hand side when you enter the floor. You will see drawings and prints of nuclei everywhere as you go down the hallway, which will indicate you found us and at the same time reward you for this complicated approach. If you get lost, please call the lab at +49 721 608 28584 or as a second alternative +49 721 608 23429.
Once you obtained your visitor pass, you can also use the shuttle service between Campus North and Campus South for free. The schedule is here, the according stops are indicated on this map. It can sometimes be late or cancelled, maybe do not rely on the last one to get home at night!
Disclaimer: This website is not reviewed or endorsed by Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, hosted privately, and as a consequence is not legally binding. The official Hilbert lab website is located with the Institute of Toxicology and Genetics.