ATP & KIT
KIT researches and develops novel, innovative, cutting-edge technology in many disciplines and institutes for today's and future accelerators. ATP combines accelerator-relevant infrastructures: Karlsruhe Research Accelerator (KARA), KIT short-pulse linac test facility and THz source (FLUTE), Magnet Characterization Facilities (MCF), electronic packaging and interconnects center (AVT), ASIC and Detector Laboratory (ADL) and cryogenics laboratories, technologies and research in a unique way, taking advantage of the wide-spread expertise of KIT institutes. Access to KIT-based accelerators via IBPT is augmented by European transnational access via EURO-LABS (EUROpean Laboratories for Accelerator Based Sciences), and by European technology infrastructures such as AMICI (Accelerator and Magnetic Infrastructure for Cooperation and Innovation), which can be reached via amici∂ibpt.kit.edu. ATP provides a central access-point for large-scale accelerator projects to KIT-based accelerators (KARA, FLUTE) and Know-How located at KIT institutes such as IANM, IAR, IBPT, IHM, IMS, IMT, IPE, IPQ, ITEP, ITIV, ITTK, LAS, and SCC.