Resources for FRIB Scientific Users

The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams has a number of resources available for FRIB scientific users, potential FRIB scientific users, and members of the FRIB Users Organization. The available resources include:


Code: The following code is available for researchers. Please visit the Beams page for additional information.

  • Beams: This page contains the LISE++ code (for estimating fragment transmission) and the LISE++ tutorial PDF (showing an example of developing a rare-isotope beam at FRIB).

FRIB information

About FRIB: Learn more about FRIB, including its organization, history, advisory committees, and partnerships in the About FRIB section.

Aerial photo: This aerial photo shows the FRIB Laboratory site on the campus of Michigan State University, updated in June 2020. 

  • Download a jpg version of the photo here.

Architectural rendering: This architectural rendering shows the baselined conventional facilities design of the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, updated in July 2018 to include two MSU-funded additions. 

  • Download a jpg version of the architectural rendering here.

Fact sheets: These are short, one- to two-page informational sheets about the FRIB Laboratory, updated at least every month. Please contact to request the materials.

Game: Isotopolis is a free game about FRIB, smashing virtual nuclei, and discovering new isotopes.

Videos: There are two versions of this FRIB informational video available online. For downloadable files, please contact FRIB Communications.

  • The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) at MSU: This is the full video created by MSU that explains FRIB to a general audience. It is available on YouTube.

  • FRIB animation: This is the animated segment of the above video that shows how the linear accelerator will produce rare isotopes. It is available on YouTube.

Visitor information: This page contains information to assist visiting users. Information includes:

  • How to prepare for arrival
  • Campus parking
  • Building access
  • Connecting to the Internet
  • Status meetings for experimenters
  • Accommodations, transportation, and dining
  • Campus information
  • Exercise facilities