Forschungsinfrastrukturen des Helmholtz-Zentrums Dresden-Rossendorf
Das HZDR betreibt wissenschaftliche Forschungsgeräte von internationaler Bedeutung und ist Koordinator und Partner zahlreicher wissenschaftlicher Kooperationen und Projekte. Die wissenschaftliche Infrastruktur des HZDR steht auch externen Forschern aus Wissenschaft und Wirtschaft zur Verfügung.
Mehr zu den Nutzeranlagen des HZDR
Zudem können HZDR-Forscher auf das Know-how und die Infrastrukturen von zwei wissenschaftlich-technischen Zentralabteilungen zurückgreifen:
Radiation Source at the ELBE Center for High-Power Radiation Sources
The Radiation Source ELBE (Electron Linac for beams with high Brilliance and low Emittance) delivers multiple secondary beams, both elctromagnetic radiation and particles. The characteristics of these beams make ELBE an outstanding research instrument for external users as well as scientists of the HZDR.Head: Prof. Peter Michel
High-power Laser-particle Acceleration
Lasers with petawatt peak power enable the development of advanced ultra-compact particle accelerators and light sources with applications ranging from cancer research to probing of ultrafast processes. Dedicated target areas are optimized for the investigation and application of relativistic laser-plasma processes by in-house and external researchers.Head: Prof. Ulrich Schramm
Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory HLD
This laboratory focuses on modern materials research in high magnetic fields. In particular, electronic properties of metallic, semiconducting, superconducting, and magnetic materials are investigated. This way the High Magnetic Field Laboratory serves as a research facility for both in-house and user projects.
Head: Prof. Joachim Wosnitza
User Facilities at the Ion Beam Center IBC
The Ion Beam Center is an internationally leading center of competence for the application of ion beams in materials research. Plasma and ion sources generate ions of all species at energies between eV and 60 MeV.Head: Dr. Stefan Facsko
Center for Positron Emission Tomography
The PET Center Dresden-Rossendorf is jointly operated by the HZDR and the TU Dresden
. Research is focused on preclinical and clinical molecular imaging of biochemical processes and is performed in collaboration with the University Hospital Dresden.
Complex flow phenomena are investigated here under realistic conditions to enable energy efficient material flows in process engineering and the chemical industry as well as the safe operation of nuclear power plants.Head: Prof. Uwe Hampel
Rossendorf Beamline ROBL at ESRF
This beamline is housed at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) in Grenoble, France. Here, energy research benefits from Europe’s most brilliant source of X-ray light. Two measurement facilities for radiochemical experiments are available.
Head: Dr. habil. Andreas Scheinost
Department of Research Technology
The Department of Research Technology develops and implements dedicated research devices ranging from experiment equipment to the level of complex and large research facilities.
Head: Prof. Peter Kaever
High Performance Computing at HZDR
The high-performance data center is the core of the IT infrastructure at HZDR. With supercomputers at this facility the Department of Information Services and Computing provides the technical foundation for scientific calculation and simulation tasks of the institutes.Head: Dr. Henrik Schulz
The scientific library of the HZDR provides predominantly digital access to information and supports researchers in the publication procedures. Due to the altered information processes in science, the library has been reorganized as a user-oriented infrastructure in the Central Department of Information Services and Computing.Head: Edith Reschke