Welcome to the department of physics of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany.
Mini low-cost TEA nitrogen laser. The UV laser beam exits the discharge gap (blueish glow) and pumps the flourescing solution in a cuvette (green glow). This laser is set up by school students at the school students' physics lab 'Physik Schülerlabor Initiative'.
In Division V – Physics and Mathematics – the KIT Department of Physics invites applications for a professorship (W3) in experimental particle physics at the Institute of Experimental Nuclear Physics (IEKP). We are looking for outstanding candidates with a research focus on precision measurements at electron-positron colliders, especially on B physics, and on the development of software algorithms and detectors.