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. In collaboration with international research institutions, the IKP conducts fundamental experimental research in the fields of particle and astroparticle physics.
In large international experiments we examine the nature and origin of cosmic rays, properties of neutrinos, and the composition of dark matter.
Operation of KATRIN tritium sourceThe Tritium Laboratory Karlsruhe (TLK)
Theoretical models and interpretation of experimental resultsTheoretical Astroparticle Physics at IKP
Phenomenology of elementary particlesTheoretical Particle Physics at IKP
Search for dark matter in the hidden-photon sector using a large spherical mirrorThe FUNK experiment
Cherenkov-radio hybrid measurements of ultra-high energy cosmic raysThe Tunka-Rex experiment