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Institute for Nuclear Physics (IKP)

 

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Institute for Nuclear Physics
Campus North
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
 

Postal address:
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Institute for Nuclear Physics
Campus North, Geb. 401
Postfach 3640
D - 76021 Karlsruhe
 

Secretary's Office:
Banu Büyüksahin
Phone: +49/721/608-23546
Fax: +49/721/608-23548
Email
www.ikp.kit.edu
 

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Prof. Ralph Engel
Prof. Ralph Engel

Head of Institute

Campus North
Bldg. 401, Room 327
Email

The Institute for Nuclear Physics at a Glance

Research of the Institute for Nuclear Physics addresses fundamental puzzles of nature at the frontiers of science, where cosmology, astrophysics, and elementary particle physics meet. Our projects are embedded in the programme Matter and the Universe, part of the HGF Association’s research field Matter. In large international experiments we examine the nature and origin of cosmic rays, properties of neutrinos, and the composition of dark matter.

 
katrinKATRIN
Direct determination
of the neutrino mass
 
Pierre Auger Observatorium Tritium Laboratory (TLK)
Operation of KATRIN tritium source
 
Pierre Auger ObservatoriumPierre Auger Observatory
Cosmic rays at highest energies
 
CorsikaIceCube
The South Pole neutrino observatory
 
Theoretische AstroteilchenphysikTheoretical Astroparticle Physics
Theoretical models and interpretation
of experimental results
 
Theoretische TeilchenphysikTheoretical Particlephysics
Phenomenology of
elementary particles
 
Dark MatterDark Matter
Experiments on direct Dark Matter search
 
FUNKFUNK
Search for dark matter in the hidden-photon sector using a large spherical mirror
 
TunkaTunka-Rex
Cherenkov-radio hybrid measurements of
ultra-high energy cosmic rays
 
CorsikaCORSIKA
Air shower simulations
 
Kascade
KCDC

Public data centre for
high-energy astroparticle physics based on KASCADE data