In Berlin-Charlottenburg (close to Ernst-Reuter-Platz), PTB's Berlin Institute is located. This is where the more than 125-year history of the PTR/PTB began. Furthermore, PTB operates a laboratory in the electron storage ring BESSY II as well as its own electron storage ring Metrology Light Source – both on the south side of the city, in the Technology Park Berlin-Adlershof.
Sites in Berlin
The Berlin Institute
The Berlin Institute is the traditional site of PTB in Berlin-Charlottenburg (since 1887). Here lies the focus of the divisions "Temperature and Synchrotron Radiation" as well as "Medical Physics and Metrological Information Technology".
In Berlin-Charlottenburg PTB presents itself as an impressive ensemble of historical buildings – and as a modern research and service institute for scientific measurement technology, also known as "metrology". The institute is not only a vital part of the scientific landscape of Berlin, but it also represents and is the showcase of PTB for politics and publicity in the federal capital.
Getting to PTB in Berlin-Charlottenburg - by car, by train or by bus.
It will help you to find your way around the campus.
Aerial photo of Berlin-Charlottenburg
You can download the aerial photo directlyhere.
Abbestraße 2–12, 10587 Berlin, Phone: +49 (30) 34 81-0
Sites in Berlin-Adlershof
At the electron storage ring BESSY II and in PTB's own Willy Wien Laboratory, PTB uses synchrotron radiation for metrological radiology tasks.
Getting to PTB in Berlin-Adlershof - by car, by train or by bus.
Bessy II: Albert-Einstein-Str. 15 , 12489 Berlin, Phone: +49 30 3481 7101
Willy Wien Laboratory: Magnusstraße 9, 12489 Berlin, Phone: +49 30 3481 7101