Berlin Joint EPR lab (BeJEL)
Since April 11th 2013 Free University Berlin (FUB) and Helmholtz Centre Berlin for Energy and Material Research (HZB) are running the Berlin Joint EPR Lab (BeJEL). The vision of this lab is to bundle methodological breakthroughs in different fields of EPR spectroscopy and create an interdisciplinary platform for EPR researchers, where novel experimental EPR approaches can be developed and applied.
Within BeJEL, the FUB and HZB based EPR groups pursue new synergetic routes of research, based on the complementary competence of the partners in the fields of protein, semiconductor and catalysis research. BeJEL’s infrastructure provides the possibility to carry out experiments on more than a dozen EPR spectrometers including cutting edge pulsed/cw S, X, Q, W-band and 263 GHz EPR/ENDOR and EDMR spectrometers and a worldwide unique Frequency-Domain Fourier-Transform THz-EPR spectrometer based on coherent synchrotron radiation.