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Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe GmbH

The Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe is one of the largest non-commercial science and engineering research institutions in Germany. It works on research and development problems of public interest, exclusively for peaceful purposes, in the field of technology and environment. Its program is concentrated on five main areas: environment, energy, health, key technologies (microsystems technology, nano technology, material sciences, chemical technology, superconductivity) and fundamental research.
It is guided by the research policy goals of its two partners, the Federal Republic of Germany and the State of Baden-Württemberg.
The applications-oriented activities of the center comprise all stages of research, from basic findings to pre-product development. In these fields, the center cooperates closely with hundreds of partners in science, especially universities, and in industry.

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Address: Weberstraße 5
Karlsruhe
76133
Country:Germany
Number of employees:3500
Company type:Research Center
Ownership 1:Federal Republic of Germany (90%)
Ownership 2:State of Baden-Württemberg (10%)
Year created:1956
Qualifications:ISO 9001 (parts)
Products: Analysis, Consultancy, Specialist Services:
Materials
Nuclear engineering
Safety Analysis
System engineering

Fusion:
Fusion engineering
Fusion reactors equipment and systems
Magnets
Metal and alloys, high temperature resistant
Microwave
Radio frequency heating systems

Laboratory, Test and Research Reactor Equipment:
Nuclear Research Center

Medical:
Cyclotrons/Accelerators
Radioisotopes - Sources
Radiopharmaceuticals

Reactors, NSSS Main Components:
PWR design and engineering

Training:
Decommissioning
Health physics
Radiation detection and measurement
Radwaste

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