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6 03, 2019

EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATION OF BETHE STRINGS

By | 2019-06-20T09:56:42+00:00 March 6th, 2019|SCI Highlights|0 Comments

Zhe Wang, HZDR Dresden and A. Loidl, University of Augsburg.  In his seminal work entitled “Eigenwerte und Eigenfunktionen der linearen Atomkette” (eigenvalues and eigenfunctions of a linear chain of atoms), published in 1931 in “Zeitschrift für Physik”, Hans Bethe succeeded in finding an exact solution to the one dimensional [...]

6 03, 2019

HIGH-FIELD CHARGE ORDER ACROSS THE PHASE DIAGRAM OF YBCO

By | 2019-06-19T10:24:42+00:00 March 6th, 2019|SCI Highlights|0 Comments

F. Laliberté, M. Frachet, S. Benhabib, B. Borgnic, C. Proust, D. LeBoeuf, LNCMI-Toulouse.  In hole-doped cuprates there is now compelling evidence that inside the pseudogap phase, a charge density wave (CDW) breaks translational symmetry. In YBa2Cu3Oy (YBCO) this CDW emerges in two steps: a two-dimensional (2D) order found at [...]

6 03, 2019

GATE-TUNING ACROSS THE SUPERCONDUCTING DOME OF MONOLAYER WS2

By | 2019-06-19T10:59:40+00:00 March 6th, 2019|SCI Highlights|0 Comments

J. Lu, Peking University and J. Ye, University of Groningen and I. Leermakers, N. Hussey, U. Zeitler, HFML-Nijmegen. Compared with three-dimensional superconductors, atomically thin superconductors are expected to be easier to engineer for electronic applications. In this project, researchers from University of Groningen (Netherlands) together with colleagues from HFML [...]

6 03, 2019

HOW CHARGE ORDER WEAKENS SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN YBa2Cu3Oy

By | 2019-03-06T10:56:27+00:00 March 6th, 2019|SCI Highlights|0 Comments

Marc-Henri Julien, LNCMI Grenoble. The upper critical field, Hc2, is a fundamental, and technologically important property that measures the ability of a superconductor to withstand magnetic fields. Recently, there has been a controversy regarding Hc2 values in high-Tc copper-oxides, particularly in the context of the competition between superconductivity and [...]

6 03, 2019

Dr. Florence Lecouturier

By | 2019-07-02T08:08:14+00:00 March 6th, 2019|Meet Our People|0 Comments

 LNCMI, France.  I am group leader for the development of high-strength materials at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), Laboratoire National des Champs Magnétiques Intenses. I obtained an Engineer diploma in physics/materials science from the National Institute for Applied Sciences in Toulouse (INSA) in 1991, concurrently to [...]

6 03, 2019

A MULTICALORIC COOLING CYCLE THAT EXPLOITS THERMAL HYSTERESIS

By | 2019-06-19T11:01:57+00:00 March 6th, 2019|SCI Highlights|0 Comments

T. Gottschall, HLD Dresden. The giant magnetocaloric effect, in which large thermal changes are induced in a material on the application of a magnetic field, can be used for refrigeration applications. However, commercial uptake is limited. Researchers from Barcelona, Darmstadt, and the HLD proposed an approach to magnetic cooling [...]

6 03, 2019

AN ULTRA-COMPACT LOW-TEMPERATURE SCANNING PROBE MICROSCOPE FOR MAGNETIC FIELDS ABOVE 30 T

By | 2019-03-06T08:14:19+00:00 March 6th, 2019|TECH Highlights|0 Comments

Lisa Rossi, Lijnis Nelemans, Ben Bryant, HFML Nijmegen. Together with technicians and scientists from HFML Nijmegen, PhD student Lisa Rossi designed and built a scanning probe microscope (SPM) for operation at cryogenic temperatures in extremely high magnetic fields. It is the only one in the world that can measure in fields above 30 Tesla.

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