Media Center of GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung
Pictures of the following categories are available:
- GSI in General
- GSI Accelerator Facility (Linear accelerator UNILAC, ring accelerator SIS18, storage ring ESR, fragment separator FRS)
- Experiments (Superheavy Elements, HADES, FOPI, PHELIX, ALICE)
- Tumor Therapy
Movies & Sounds
The following movies, animations and podcasts are available:
Please visit our Logo-Download for logos of GSI and FAIR in different qualities and file formats.
Image and film use policy: GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH owns the right of use for all images and films published on this website – if not stated otherwise. For non-commercial purposes and for personal information and educational purposes, GSI will grant a free, non-transferable right of use under the following conditions: GSI as well as the originator must be featured clearly readable as proprietor. For example: „Image: GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH, Name of Photographer“. The granted right of use does not cover any modification of the image or film.
The use for other than the above stated or commercial purposes is not permitted without prior consultation of GSI. In case you would like to use an image for commercial purposes (e. g. advertising), please contact the GSI public relations office (info(at)gsi.de). In this case we require a written statement about your intentions (via E-Mail) and additionally a draft of your voucher copy to be published. Only after this procedure GSI can decide whether to place the requested image or film at your disposal.
GSI footage: All films shown here can be requested at the GSI in the Department of Press and Public Relations (info(at)gsi.de).
GSI and YouTube: If you follow the link to YouTube, aou are leaving the GSI website and go to an external website, whichs privacy policies may differ from that of the GSI website. GSI has no control of the content of the external side.
This image and film use policy is laid down in English and German. In case of aberration, the German version shall in all cases prevail.