Credit: M. Rietschel / HZDR

At the Center for High-Power Radiation Sources ELBE the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf operates two free electron lasers called FELBE. They deliver coherent, intense, spectrally narrow, and pulsed beams in the mid and far infrared regions. The radiation is spectrally tunable in the wavelength range from 5 to 250 µm with pulse durations in the picosecond to sub-picosecond range and energies of up to several µJ per pulse. In addition, two beamlines at the center provide users with high-power coherent terahertz radiation between 0.1 and 1.5 THz (TELBE).

    • Only FELs in Europe open to users providing a continuous pulse train at MHz repetition rate
    • Combination of FEL with pulsed magnetic fields of up to 70 T possible

Latest News From FELBE / TELBE (HZDR)

Germany, Dresden
Energy: 40 MeV
Operational Beamlines: 2

Call for proposals
Calls for proposals are published twice per year, with granted beamtimes being scheduled in the subsequent term. User access is managed in line with the recommendations of the European Charter for Access to Research Infrastructures. It is quality-based and relies on a peer-review procedure based on research proposals.
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