Project Info

A Test Ion Source and Offline-Injector for the HITRAP project at GSI / FAIR

  • Client: GSI Helmholtz-Zentrum für Schwerionenforschung
  • Date of launch: Aug, 2007
  • Place: Darmstadt, Germany


"A beamline for transport of highly charged ions with energies as low as a few keV/charge has been constructed and commissioned at GSI. Complementary to the existing infrastructure of the HITRAP facility for deceleration of highly charged ions from the GSI accelerator, the new beamline connects the HITRAP ion decelerator and an [Dresden] EBIT with the associated experimental setups. Therefore, the facility can now transport the decelerated heavy highly charged ions to the experiments or supply them offline with medium-heavy highly charged ions from the [Dresden] EBIT, both at energies as low as a few keV/charge."

(Cited from [2])

Selected Publications

[1] G. Vorobjev, A. Sokolov, A. Thorn, F. Herfurth, O. Kester, W. Quint, T. Stöhlker, G. Zschornack: "Demonstration of charge breeding in a compact room temperature electron beam ion trap", Rev. Sci. Instrum. 83 (5), p. 053302 (2012)

[2] Z. Andelkovic, F. Herfurth, N. Kotovskiy, K. König, B. Maaß, T. Murböck, D. Neidherr, S. Schmidt, J. Steinmann, M. Vogel, G. Vorobjev: "Beamline for low-energy transport of highly charged ions at HITRAP", Nucl. Instr. Meth. Phys. Res. A 795, p. 109 (2015)


Dresden EBIT

The Most Compact Ion Source of the Dresden EBIS/T Family

Spare Electron Guns

EBIT and EBIS-A Spare Guns for Quick Cathode Replacement