Astronuclear Laboratories

Felsenkeller 5 MV underground ion accelerator, HZDR, Dresden, Germany

5 MV Pelletron accelerator for nuclear cross section measurements in a shallow-underground laboratory, shielded from cosmic radiation.

Pelletron-Beschleuniger im Felsenkeller-Labor (Credit: HZDR/André Wirsig)
Credit: HZDR, André Wirsig
DREAMS (DREsden Accelerator Mass Spectromety), HZDR, Dresden, Germany

State-of-the-art AMS facility with a 6 MV tandem accelerator, dedicated AMS beamlines and dedicated ion sources.

Accelerator Tank for DREAMS at HZDR
Credit: HZDR, Oliver Killig
VERA (Vienna Environmental Research Accelerator), University of Vienna, Austria

Dedicated facility for AMS based on a 3-MV tandem accelerator, with a scientific focus on the advancement of ultra-trace analysis of long-lived radionuclides.

Credit: Peter Steier
Frankfurt Van de Graaff accelerator, Goethe-University Frankfurt (GUF), Germany

Accelerator facility for proton or alpha beam at 1 – 2.5 MeV, with the capability of neutron production via 7Li(p,n).

Credit: Christian Schwarz
PIAF (PTB Ion Accelerator Facility), Braunschweig, Germany

Facility with two low-energy ion accelerators, a variable-energy isochronous cyclotron and a tandetron, providing DC or pulsed beams for time-of-flight experiments.

Credit: PTB
Cologne 10 MV FN Tandem accelerator, University of Cologne (UoC), Germany

10 MV FN tandem accelerator for nuclear physics and astrophysics research, connected to a fully-equipped target laboratory.

Credit: UoC, IKP
ATOMKI Cyclotron, Debrecen, Hungary

MGC-20 cyclotron capable of proton, deuteron, 3He and alpha beams.

Credit: ATOMKI, Tamás Szücs
IFIN-HH Tandetrons, Horia Hulubei National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering, Bucharest-Măgurele, Romania

Facility with three tandem accelerators for nuclear astrophysics and AMS, and connected target laboratory.

Credit: IFIN-HH, Ion Burducea

Infrastructures and Transnational Access (TNA)