Hall view - KARA and the KIT Light Source KIT IBPT
Karlsruhe Research Accelerator (KARA)

KARA, a 110-m 2.5-GeV electron storage ring, serves as a platform for R&D and testing, pooling research of new beam and acceleration concepts and development of accelerator technologies and new detector systems.

Electron Beam Status Display KIT IBPT, Karlsruhe
Electron Beam Status

Display the status and history of the electron beam in the storage ring KARA incl. beam energy, beam current, and beam lifetime.

View status
Foto: Markus Breig, KIT KIT IBPT - KIT M. Breig
Ferninfrarot Linac- und Test-Experiment (FLUTE)

FLUTE, a far-infrared linac and test experiment, serves as a test facility for a variety of accelerator physics studies, also providing coherent radiation in ultra-short, very intense, light pulses spanning the terahertz spectral range and beyond.

Superconducting Transverse Gradient Undulator (TGU) KIT IBPT
Magnet Characterization Facilities (MCF)

MCF hosts test stands CASPER I & II and the LASMagLab for normal, permanent, and superconducting (sc) magnet systems incl. coils, wigglers, undulators (SCU, scTGU), new sc-materials, wires, winding and field correction techniques.