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12 11, 2020

EMFL PRIZE WINNER 2020: ZHE WANG

By | 2020-11-12T11:04:05+00:00 November 12th, 2020|News|0 Comments

Due to the Corona pandemic, this year´s EMFL award ceremony took place less festive as usual. This time, Dr. Zhe Wang, junior group leader at the University of Cologne, had the honor to receive the prize. Due to the unusual circumstances, Jochen Wosnitza, Director of the Dresden High Magnetic [...]

12 11, 2020

FORMER PHD STUDENT OF HFML AWARDED EPSRC FELLOWSHIP

By | 2020-11-12T10:47:16+00:00 November 12th, 2020|News|0 Comments

Experimental physicist Jake Ayres, a former PhD student at HFML, has been awarded a two-year fully funded EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellowship to determine whether the elusive origin of high-temperature superconductivity can come from a newly revealed incoherent variety of electrons. “Using the high fields at the HFML during my [...]

12 11, 2020

INVITATION TO “1000 T SCIENCE”

By | 2020-11-12T09:11:23+00:00 November 12th, 2020|TECH Highlights|0 Comments

Yasuhiro H. Matsuda, IMGSL-ISSP Kashiwa, University of Tokyo. 40 years ago, Prof. Chikazumi launched a project to realize extremely high magnetic fields by using electromagnetic flux compression (EMFC) at ISSP, and the project was taken over by Profs. Miura and Takayama. In 2018, a magnetic field of 1200 T [...]

11 11, 2020

MT27, International Conference on Magnet Technology, Fukuoka, Japan, November 15-19, 2021

By | 2020-11-11T13:02:03+00:00 November 11th, 2020|Event|0 Comments

It is our pleasure to invite you to the 27th International Conference on Magnet Technology (MT27) which will be held at Fukuoka International Congress Center, Fukuoka, Japan from November 15 to 19, 2021. Before the conference, an outreach event including public lecture will also be held on November 14 [...]

11 11, 2020

Symposium „Materials for Extreme Conditions“, 2020 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit, Boston, USA, November 28 – December 4, 2020.

By | 2020-11-11T12:37:28+00:00 November 11th, 2020|Event|0 Comments

For nearly 50 years, researchers from around the world have converged in Boston for the preeminent materials event of the year—the MRS Fall Meeting. This fall, the materials community will come together once again, in a new format indicative of our times. Due to the state of the COVID-19 [...]

5 11, 2020

NATURE OF MAGNETIC EXCITATIONS IN THE HIGH-FIELD PHASE OF α-RuCl3

By | 2020-11-05T15:47:32+00:00 November 5th, 2020|SCI Highlights|0 Comments

Sergei Zvyagin, HLD Dresden. Spin systems with honeycomb structures are attracting a great deal of attention, in particular in connection with the famous Kitaev-Heisenberg model. This model predicts a variety of magnetic phases, ranging from the conventional Néel state to a quantum spin liquid, with the spin dynamics determined [...]

5 11, 2020

SQUEEZING OUT FIELD-INDUCED REENTRANT HIDDEN-ORDER IN URu2Si2

By | 2020-11-05T15:20:20+00:00 November 5th, 2020|SCI Highlights|0 Comments

William Knafo, LNCMI-Toulouse, Shingo Araki, Okayama University, and Daniel Braithwaite, CEA-Grenoble. The mystery of the hidden-order (HO) phase in the correlated electron paramagnet URu2Si2 is still unsolved. To address this problem, one strategy is to search for clues in the subtle competition between this state and neighboring magnetically ordered [...]

26 10, 2020

BEYOND THE CONICAL BAND APPROXIMATION OF A WEYL SEMIMETAL

By | 2020-10-26T11:04:21+00:00 October 26th, 2020|SCI Highlights|0 Comments

A. Akrap, University of Fribourg, A. V. Pronin, Universität Stuttgart, and M. Orlita, LNCMI-Grenoble.  Experiments have demonstrated many gapless electronic phases with conical bands. These phases exist within diverse classes of systems comprising graphene and many different topological materials. Low-energy excitations in such conical bands somewhat resemble truly relativistic [...]

26 10, 2020

RECONSTRUCTED FERMI SURFACE IN THE CHARGE-DENSITY-WAVE STATE OF TiSe2

By | 2020-11-05T15:25:17+00:00 October 26th, 2020|SCI Highlights|0 Comments

Owen Moulding and Sven Friedemann, University of Bristol.  TiSe2 features a charge density wave (CDW) driven by condensation of excitons, i.e., pairs of electrons and holes, alongside electronphonon coupling. The CDW transition at 202 K gaps out most of the Fermi surface. Quantum-oscillation measurements at the HFML Nijmegen provide [...]

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