Brochures and Flyers
On this page brochures, booklets and flyers informing about HZDR's institutes, departments and partners are available. Should you be interested in a hardcopy, please order via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In our publication database we provide all of our scientific and technical publications:
Link to the HZDR Publication Database
The Helmholtz Association also offers a selection of publications on the work and research findings of the 18 Helmholtz Centers. You may download these publications or order printed versions on the website of the Helmholtz Association.
Research for the World of Tomorrow
The aim of this brochure is to give you an insight into our research center.
Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology (HIF)
Trace Metals for a Healthy Economy
Information for Scientists and External Users
ELBE – Center for High-Power Radiation Sources
This flyer offers detailed information for external users about HZDR's large user facility "ELBE".
The Strongest Magnets in Europe
The European Magnetic Field Laboratory (EMFL) provides the highest possible fields (both continuous and pulsed) in Europe. In a truly European spirit, the three major high-magnetic-field laboratories in Europe work together as a single organization: Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory at HZDR, High Field Magnet Laboratory in Nijmegen and the Laboratoire National des Champs Magnétiques Intenses (LNCMI) in Toulouse and Grenoble.
Four times a year the EMFL partners publish an own newsletter:
Link to the "EMFL News"
Once a year, an annual report is released:
Link to the EMFL Annual Report (PDF)
Further publications are listed below.
Fields for Science
This flyer offers essential information for EMFL users and other interested scientists.
Further Information in German on the HZDR:
Forschung und Familie in Einklang bringen
Statusbericht 2016: Energiemanagement und -controlling am HZDR
Authors: S. Blaser, P. Joehnk, D. Reichelt
(PDF, 6 MB or as an ePaper)
For Young Researchers:
(PDF, 485 kB)
Vocational Training at the HZDR
"Qualifiziert für die Welt von Morgen"
(PDF, 600 kB or as an ePaper)