A Photographer`s Views of Research Facilities
Kevin Fuchs took pictures of "futuristic experiments."
A portrait of a scientist.
Unposed pictures, says Kevin Fuchs.
"My Beamline" is the title of Fuchs' book.
For his final exam, photography student Kevin Fuchs has taken pictures of the reseach facilities BESSY II and BER II and the scientists working there. Swiss born Fuchs now invides for a preview of his pictures and of the photographs of his fellow students on Oct.17 at 7 p.m. at SEZ Berlin, Landsberger Allee 77. The exhibition will be open from Oct. 18 to Oct. 26.
HZB receives funding to make innovations usable more quickly
The Helmholtz Association has selected three new innovation platforms that will now be funded. HZB is involved in two of them: The Innovation Platform on Accelerator Technologies HI-ACTS is intended to open up modern accelerators for a wide range of applications, while the Innovation Platform Solar TAP is intended to bring new ideas from the laboratories of photovoltaics research more quickly into an application. In total, HZB will receive 4.2 million euros in grants from the Pact for Research and Innovation over the next three years.
HZB physicist appointed to Gangneung-Wonju National University, South Korea
Since 2016, accelerator physicist Ji-Gwang Hwang has been working at HZB in the department of storage rings and beam physics. He has made important contributions to beam diagnostics in several projects at HZB. He is now returning to his home country, South Korea, having accepted a professorship in physics at Gangneung-Wonju National University.
40 years of research with synchrotron light in Berlin
Press release _ Berlin, 14 September: For decades, science in Berlin has been an important driver of innovation and progress. Creative, talented people from all over the world come together here and develop new ideas from which we all benefit as a society. Many discoveries – from fundamental insights to marketable products – are made by doing research with synchrotron light. Researchers have had access to this intense light in Berlin for 40 years. It inspires many scientific disciplines and is an advantage for Germany.