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Organisational Structure Of EMFL.

OUR OBJECTIVE.

High magnetic fields are one of the most powerful tools available to scientists for the study, the modification and the control of the state of matter.
The European Magnetic Field Laboratory (EMFL) was founded in 2015 and provides the highest possible fields (both continuous and pulsed) for its researchers. The EMFL is dedicated to unite, coordinate and reinforce the four existing European high magnetic field laboratories – the Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory (Germany), the Laboratoires National des Champs Magnétiques Intenses in Grenoble and Toulouse (France), and the High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Nijmegen (The Netherlands) – within a single body as a world-leading infrastructure.

EMFL’s objective, without profit aim, is to unite world-class high magnetic field facilities and to make them available for excellent research by users. More specifically EMFL is responsible for the management of access, networking and coordination activities of high field facilities in Europe.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS.

The board of directors, composed of the laboratory directors, where needed seconded by an executive manager has the following tasks:
• define the vision and mission,
• execute the strategic operation,
• prepare the budget, the annual accounts and the progress report.

JOCHEN WOSNITZA

HLD, Chair of the EMFL Board of Directors

GEERT RIKKEN

LNCMI

PETER CHRISTIANEN

HFML

COUNCIL.

The Council is the highest governing body of EMFL and consists of the EMFL Member representatives.

The council does:

• appoint and dismiss the Directors and approve the candidacy of the executive manager,
• admit and dismiss EMFL Members,
• approve the progress report, annual accounts and the budget presented by the Board of Directors,
• amend the Statutes and approve the vision, mission and definition of values of the Association,
• discuss and develop strategic, scientific and technical plans of the EMFL

HAN VAN KRIEKEN

RU/FOM, CHAIR OF THE EMFL COUNCIL

ROLAND SAUERBREY

HZDR

EMMANUELLE LACAZE

CNRS

AMALIA PATANE

UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM

COORDINATION TEAM.

The coordination team supports the Board of Directors in the operation of EMFL

MARTIN VAN BREUKELEN

EXECUTIVE MANAGER (EMFL, NIJMEGEN)

LARYSA ZVIAGINA

EMFL, DRESDEN

ALEXANDRA GASPARINI

EMFL, GRENOBLE

AMELIE PIC

EMFL, GRENOBLE

SELECTION COMMITTEE.

The Selection Committee consists of the following members. The chair of the Selection Committee is Jochen Wosnitza:

NAME

AFFILIATION

SPECIALISATION

Xavier Chaud LNCMI-G Applied Superconductors
Jens Hänisch KIT Applied Superconductors
Andries den Ouden HFML Applied Superconductors
Toomas Rõõm NICPB Magnetism
Mathias Doerr IFP Magnetism
Yuri Skourski HLD Magnetism
Uli Zeitler HFML Magnetism
Tony Carrington Univ. Bristol Metals and Superconductors
Mark Kartsovnik WMI Metals and Superconductors
Alix McCollam HFML Metals and Superconductors
Ilya Sheikin LNCMI-G Metals and Superconductors
Duncan Maude LNCMI-T Semiconductors
Amalia Patane Univ. Nottingham Semiconductors
Marek Potemski LNCMI-G Semiconductors
Steffen Wiedmann HFML Semiconductors
Yves Fautrelle INP Grenoble Soft Matter and Magnetoscience
Hans Engelkamp HFML Soft Matter and Magnetoscience
Simon Hall Univ. Bristol Soft Matter and Magnetoscience

THE FOUNDING MEMBERS.

The founding members of the EMFL-AISBL are

  • Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)
  • Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR)
  • Radboud University and Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter (RU/FOM)

CNRS, HZDR and RU/FOM are the stakeholders of the four major European high magnetic field laboratories located in Dresden, Grenoble, Nijmegen and Toulouse.

Since December 2015, the University of Nottingham has become member of EMFL representing the high field community in the UK, via the mid-range facility grant of the EPSRC.

ADVISORY COMMITTEE.

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SCI TEAMS.

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