Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory (HLD)
The Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory (HLD) in the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf focuses on modern materials research at high magnetic fields. It serves as a research facility for both in-house and user projects and provides research opportunities for pulsed magnetic fields up to 90 Tesla for routine operation. A record field close to 94.2 T has been reached in 2012. The HLD aims at reaching magnetic fields up to the feasibility limit of about 100 Tesla.
The local research interests are:
- Magnetic and superconducting materials
- Strongly correlated electron systems
- Low-dimensional magnetic materials
- Nanostructured materials
The HLD was expanded as an international user center. From 2011 to 2013, it had been equipped with a new capacitor bank and additional magnetic cells to meet the great demand for measurement times in ultrahigh pulsed magnetic fields.
Director: Prof. Dr. Joachim Wosnitza
Publications: Here you find a list with all scientific publications.