A Research Centre of the Helmholtz Association
DESY is the main shareholder of the next generation X-ray laser
Using DESY's bright research light sources, scientists have opened a new door to better solar cells, novel superconductors and...
The realisation of the Cherenkov Telescope Array moves a major step forward: At a meeting of the CTA Resource Board in Munich on...
Professor Emilian Dudas from the École Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France is awarded the Gay-Lussac Humboldt Research Award....
Under the leadership of the DESY theory group, eleven renowned academic institutions joined forces in the GATIS research and...
With DESY’s X-ray light source PETRA III, Danish scientists observed the growth of nanoparticles live. The study shows how...
A novel radar trap for atoms allows glimpses of hitherto invisible details of the magnetic dynamics of materials. The concept...
It is a unique opportunity for high school students: within the framework of the International Masterclasses „Hands on...
16.04.2014 - 15:00
Time-resolved experiments with atoms and molecules at FLASH
17.04.2014 - 14:15
Dimensional reduction and black hole solutions of N = 2 supergravity
17.04.2014 - 15:00
Layered organic/inorganic hybrids: Magnetism and dynamics
PETRA III provides researchers from all over the world with brilliant X-ray radiation for a multitude of experiments.
The FLASH facility at DESY is the world’s only free-electron laser in the soft X-ray range.
It is an absolute highlight: the forthcoming European XFEL will generate laser radiation in the X-ray range.
DESY develops and optimizes the high-performance electron source for the X-ray free-electron laser European XFEL.
This new facility will allow scientists to investigate materials with electrons -- e.g. nano materials.
DESY is part of the worldwide computer network to store and analyze the enormous flood of data that is produced by the LHC in Geneva.
Centre of Excellence
The Center for Free-Electron Laser Science (CFEL) is a centre of excellence for photon science at next-generation light sources.
The new Centre for Structural Systems Biology (CSSB) will be established on the DESY campus.
Innovation, Education, Research
DESY and the University of Hamburg extend their successful partnership.
Large Hadron Collider
DESY scientists participate in experiments at the world's most powerful accelerator at CERN near Geneva.
DESY scientists also conduct research in astroparticle physics, a field that combines methods from astrophysics, cosmology and particle physics.
The Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) is to be constructed in order to look for cosmic high-energy accelerators with previously unavailable sensitivity.
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