Dr. Barbara Schramm

Head of Department
Research Programmes & International Projects
Phone: +49 351 260 2684

Annette Weißig

HZDR User Office
Research Programmes & International Projects

Further Information

Welcome at the User Facilities of the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf

The Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) operates several research infrastructures most of which are accessible to external users. About 50 % of the available beam or magnet time is allotted to external users.

Foto: Strahlungsquelle ELBE - aufgenommen von Juergen Loesel ©Copyright: Juergen Loesel

ELBE – Cen­ter for High-Power Radiation Sources

The radiation source ELBE provides an electron beam of high brilliance and low emittance. This primary beam can generate various kinds of electromagnetic radiation and particle beams, which also are available for experiments. Twice per year users are invited to apply for beamtime at ELBE.
Foto: A HLD technician with a magnet ©Copyright: Uwe Tölle

Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory

The Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory (HLD) offers pulsed highest magnetic fields (European record with 94.2 tesla) and excellent experimental facilities for materials research. HLD is part of the European Magnetic Field Laboratory (EMFL). Applications for magnet time are evaluated within this cooperation.
Foto: The 6 MV Accelerator at the Ion Beam Center of the HZDR ©Copyright: HZDR

Ion Beam Cen­ter

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 10 eV and 50 MeV. The cen­ter is funded as user facility by the EU.
Foto: Dr. Andreas Scheinost, Head Molecular Structures at the HDZR Institute of Resource Ecology, adjusting the goniometer at the Rossendorf Beamline (ROBL) in Grenoble. ©Copyright: Denis Morel

Rossendorf Beamline ROBL at ESRF

The Rossendorf Beamline is located at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) in Grenoble, France. Here, energy research benefits from Europe’s most brilliant source of synchrotron X-ray light. Four experimental stations for radiochemical experiments are available.
Head: Prof. Dr. Kristina Kvashnina>