Access for external companies, guests and visitors
We are very pleased that you wish to visit us. In order to gain access to our research centre, you must observe certain rules at Wannsee and at Adlershof.
Access to the Lise Meitner Campus Wannsee
Access to the premises in Wannsee is only possible with a valid personal ID or passport. Please register at the gate and present your ID there.
Access to the Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen Campus Adlershof
Please get in touch with your contact at HZB to clarify the formalities of your stay. Access to the experimental areas at BESSY II is only permitted after registration and approval from the HZB Radiation Protection department (users register through User Coordination).
Corona regulations at HZB
Due to the current situation, the following Corona rules apply for access:
- Wearing an FFP2 mask in the indoor areas of the HZB is mandatory.
- Please keep distance!
- Participants in onsite events with more than 10 people as well as guided tours carry out their own rapid antigen test (self-test) before the start of the event. A test certificate is not required. Proof is provided by presenting the test strip/photo to the event management.
- The rules for our users (BESSY II) can be found here.
- Please ask your contact person at HZB about any additional rules.
Notices for guests from non-EU states
Please get in touch with your contact at HZB at least one week before your visit (e.g. the respective secretarial office) so that you can be registered with us as a guest, in compliance with the rules of the foreign trade laws. Only then can you gain access to the premises.
Notice for guests working in radiation-monitored areas of HZB
The Radiation Protection department is responsible for all radiation protection duties at Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie. If you wish to work in areas of HZB that are monitored for radiation, you must inform yourself in advance of the radiation protection requirements at Wannsee or at Adlershof before your visit. Please direct any questions to your contact at HZB or to the Radiation Protection department.
Areas subject to radiation monitoring are: