The following list is an excerpt of our products and facilities installed worldwide within the past 15 years. Every installation is based on DREEBIT standard products but more or less modified to meet customer-specific demands. Contact us for requests from solutions for special requirements up to new developments!
At University Duisburg-Essen, a Dresden EBIS-A as well as a Dresden EBIT are used for studying ion-surface interactions such as nano-scale energy transport and dissipation processes in two-dimensional materials after strong, localized electronic excitations induced by highly charged ion impact.
A Dresden EBIS-A has been installed and commissioned at the headquarter of the National Astronomical Observatories of the Chinese Academy of Science (NAOC) in Beijing. It will serve as source of electromagnetic radiation as well as extracted highly charged ions which can be found in space.
The ion irradiation facility installed in June 2015 at the Institute of Modern Physics offers a broad range of experimental possibilities. Beams of charge-to-mass ratio separated ions of practically any element of the periodic system can be sent towards targets with a final energy from 300 eV per charge up to 30 keV per charge.
A fully remote-controlled small-scale ECRIS accelerator facility has been established at University of Sczcecin, Poland, to study nuclear reaction cross sections under ultra high vacuum conditions. The fundamental investigations will deliver new experimental data to help understand and model processes in astrophysical plasmas.
A 30 kV Quadrupole Beam Bender combined with pulsed high voltage power supplies is used at the Electron Beam Ion Source / Electron String Ion Source laboratories of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, Russia, for charge breeding studies.
The EBIT installed at the Israeli Weizmann Institute of Science is a modified Dresden EBIT featuring a direct, nearly closed gas injection system to exploit even tiny amounts of rare isotopes used as a working gas. The setup will be used for isotopic life time measurements to probe the Standard Model of particles and fields.
The Ion Irradiation Facility-S with an EBIS-A, a Wien filter, and target chamber is used for the precise determination of isotope compositions (among other applications). Thereby, the kinetic energy of the extracted ions can be varied over a broad range from 390eV up to more than 15keV per ionic charge state.
A Dresden EBIT coupled with a Wien Filter and a small target chamber was installed at the Jagiellonian University Krakow in 2012. The facility is used to teach students in the field of modern atomic and ion beam physics.
A small beamline consisting of a Dresden EBIS-A as well as various ion optical elements and equipment for beam diagnostics was moved to laboratories of University of Hudderstfield for studies of novel accelerator techniques.
At the national accelerator laboratory for heavy ions GANIL in France a DREEBIT Pepperpot Emittance Meter is used for test measurements such as the evaluation of accelerator structures and other beamline components to be integrated into GANIL's facilities.
A Pepperpot Emittance Meter was purchased by Michigan State University / NSCL for investigating the phase space distribution of ion beams before injection in to an RFQ structure. With the help of the pepperpot measurements the beam parameters can be adjusted for optimal conformity with the acceptance of the linear accelerator.
The Ion Irradiation Facility-L installed at Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland, allows for performing experiments from x-ray spectroscopy up to irradiation of various targets with slow highly charged ions.
The Dresden EBIT delivered to the Max-Planck-Institute for Nuclear Physics in Heidelberg is part of the PENTATRAP experiment. The objective of the experiment is to achieve high-precision mass measurements on highly charged stable and long-lived ions.
The Nonlinear Optics group of the Institute of Optics and Quantum Electronics at Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, Germany, uses an EBIT combined with a Wien filter as well as an einzel lens designed and manufactured by DREEBIT GmbH to study ion-laser interactions and strong-field ionization.
The SPARC EBIT at GSI / FAIR is used as an offline injector for the low energy beamline section of the HITRAP project. In this way, the HITRAP beamline can be comissioned and experiments can be conducted independent from the beam of GSI / FAIR's accelerator complex where beam time is rare.
The national research center Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf in Germany operates two EBIT facilities and one EBIS-A facility at its Institute of Ion Beam Physics and Materials Research. The purpose of the experiments are fundamental ion-solid interaction studies.