European Magnetic Field Laboratory
Magnetic fields are widely a used tool in condensed matter research fields since a field changes the properties of matter in a very specific way. In many cases the highest possible fields allow the most important discoveries. The highest available magnetic fields (i.e. substantially higher than commercially available magnets) exist only in dedicated high magnetic field laboratories, which in Europe are in Grenoble (LNCMI-G) and Nijmegen (HFML) providing continuous fields with resistive magnets up to 35T and having hybrid magnets (combining resistive and superconducting magnets) up to 45T under construction. In Dresden (HLD) and Toulouse (LNCMI-T) pulsed fields (maximal fields in excess of 70T and pulse lengths up to 300 ms) are generated. All these laboratories make their facilities available to external users. The European consortium EMFL coordinates the European activities for high magnetic field research.
EMFL User Meeting 12th and 13th of June
The 12th and 13th of June the EMFL user meeting will be organised by HFML Nijmegen together with HLD Dresden and LNCMI-Grenoble and Toulouse.
This event is an opportunity to meet fellow scientists and to address your needs during your stay in our facilities. We would like to involve you in the process of defining the meeting's agenda; please inform us of the specific needs in terms of new equipment or facility developments you have today or may have in the future, so that we could provide you with the corresponding information during the meeting. Do not hesitate to suggest any theme you would like to discuss at this occasion.
Date: 12-13th of June 2013
Location: HFML, Nijmegen, the Netherlands
Registration is free
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