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IBPT Director

Prof. Dr.
Anke-Susanne Müller

KIT IBPT
Campus North
Bldg. 329

Phone: (+49) 721 608 28535
Fax:     (+49) 721 608 28677
E-Mail: officet∂IBPT.kit edu
Test Faility FLUTE

Link to Test Facility FLUTE

TEST FACILITY ANKA

Link to the Karlsruhe Research Accelerator (KARA)

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Institute for Beam Physics and Technology (IBPT)
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany
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Institut für Beschleunigerphysik und Technologie (IBPT)
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen

Welcome to the Institute for Beam Physics and Technology (IBPT)

Karlsruhe Research Accelerator (KARA)

At Campus North at KIT a 110-m 2.5-GeV electron storage ring is located with a 53-MeV microtron and 500-MeV booster. For details on energy, injection, lifetime, and beam current see current and past Electron Beam Status of the storage ring. Learn more ...

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Ferninfrarot Linac- und Test-Experiment (FLUTE)

Artist’s view of electrons between focusing quadrupole magnets in the test facility FLUTE (Ferninfrarot Linac- und Test-Experiment). Learn more ...

 
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Superconducting undulator: SCU15

First full-length 1.5-m long superconducting undulator successfully operated in the accelerator complex at KIT. SCU15 reaches higher peak magnetic fields than permanent magnet undulators with the same geometry. Learn more ...

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Laser laboratory and cleanroom

Students and Scientists in the fully operational cleanroom and laser laboratory of the test facility FLUTE (Ferninfrarot Linac- und Test-Experiment). Learn more ...

 
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The Institute

The Institute for Beam Physics and Technology (IBPT, affiliation in German: Institut für Beschleunigerphysik und Technologie) was founded on January 1st in 2016.

News / Highlights / Publications / Events

Brilliant light of the first commercially available superconducting undulator
Brilliant light of the first commercially available superconducting undulator

The Cover of the May/June Issue of Synchrotron Radiation News  (SRN) features the new full-scale superconducting undulator optimized for series production installed in the Karlsruhe Research Accelerator, the electron storage ring KARA at the KIT light source.

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FLUTE featured in lookKIT (issue #01/2018)
FLUTE featured in lookKIT

Insight into Matter
KIT Uses FLUTE to Study Technologies for Tomorrow’s Compact Accelerators

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KIT hosts KfB-Perspektiven-Workshop "Strahlungsquellen"
KIT hosts KfB-Perspektiven-Workshop »Strahlungsquellen«

The KfB Workshop »Radiation Sources« discussed long-term perspectives for accelerator physics and technology - with a special focus on the development of radiation sources (photons, neutrons and ions).

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News - KIT - industry collaboration with Bilfinger Noell GmbH - SCU20
Superconducting Undulator Reached Product Status

Successful factory testing, delivery, and installation of the first in-series produced superconducting undulator at KIT. See the KIT News for details.

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Looking into Matter: FLUTE Linear Accelerator Inaugurated

At FLUTE, KIT studies technologies for tomorrow's accelerators and applications in research, industry, and medicine. See KIT press release for details.

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Compact accelerators: looking into matter with terahertz light

The FLUTE inauguration will take place on July 13th, 2017. See this movie for the working principle of FLUTE. 

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KIT-IBPT researchers show frequency comb tuning at accelerator-based light-sources enabling applications from the terahertz to the X-ray region.
Frequency-comb tuning in a Synchrotron Paves the Way to Novel Applications

We show frequency comb tuning at accelerator-based light-sources enabling applications from the THz to the X-ray region.

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Research team including scientists from IBPT presents a new approach to generating pressures of up to a Terapascal.
Materials Research at Ultra-high Pressures

Research team including scientists from IBPT presents a new approach to generating pressures of up to a Terapascal.

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"I think the book will contribute a lot to the education and research of such fields in China," Feng Liu from the translation team says.
"Terahertz Techniques" Published in Chinese: 太赫兹技术

"I think the book will contribute a lot to the education and research of such fields in China," Feng Liu says.

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