Third EMFL Days 2016 in Germany

In the beautiful site of Königstein im Taunus the third gathering of the EMFL members took place. From 14th to 16th of September 2016 more than 130 people shared their scientific and engineering interests, discussed activities in managing and data-base issues, identified possibilities for future collaboration, had fun visiting Frankfurt am Main, and enjoyed delicious food and sport activities.

EMFL User Meeting 2016, Toulouse

The eighth annual User Meeting, for the fourth time organized under the EMFL flag and this year with 35 participants, was held at the Laboratoire National des Champs Magnétiques Intenses (LNCMI) in Toulouse on June 16th, 2016. The Meeting started with a welcome by Geert Rikken (chair of EMFL) who presented the current state of EMFL and future perspectives. A technical session followed where Catalina Salazar (HLD), Ben Bryant (HFML) and Fabienne Duc (LNCMI) presented some of the instrumentation developments taking place at the EMFL facilities and the unique scientific results obtained with them. Afterwards, users from the facilities and key players in different research areas presented highlight results obtained an the EMFL facilities. 


EMFL User Meeting 2015, Grenoble

The seventh joint User Meeting - for the third time organized under  the EMFL flag - was held at the Laboratoire National des Champs Magnétiques Intenses (LNCMI) in Grenoble on July 1, 2015. The meeting took place in a friendly and pleasant atmosphere, during one of the warmest weeks since years in Grenoble, with an inspiring and informative program for the EMFL high-field users. 


11th International RHMF-Conference in Grenoble, France   

The 11th International Conference "Research in High magnetic Fields" RHMF 2015 took place in Grenoble, France, July 1-4, 2015, as a satellite conference to the 20th International Conference on Magnetism ICM 2015 in Barcelona, Spain. The conference is devoted to all aspects of recent advances of research in high magnetic fields, and covers areas such as magnetism, semiconductor physics, superconductivity, studies of strongly correlated electron systems, low-dimensional materials, nano-objects, molecular systems, as well as high-magnetic-field technology and new high-field experimental techniques. The conference was hosted by Laboratoire National des Champs Magnétiques IntensesMore information on rhmf2015.lncmi.cnrs.fr


Workshop “Neutron scattering in Magnetic Fields above 15 Tesla"

In October 2014, the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) brought together experts doing research in high magnetic fields with the focus on neutron scattering above 15 Tesla. This two-day workshop provided an information platform regarding the future use of the new high-field facility in Berlin capable of generating magnetic fields above 25 Tesla.

  • HZB Berlin, Germany
  • October 29 - 30, 2014 

 


Workshop “Optical Properties of Individual Nanowires and Quantum Dots in High Magnetic Fields"

This event brought together two scientific communities that previously had surprisingly little overlap: On the one hand, these were scientists working on quantum dots (including colloidal quantum dots) and nanowires and on the other hand, physicists from the high magnetic field community, who have a long tradition in the investigation of epitaxial semiconductor nanostructures in high magnetic fields. For talks about those two main topics more than 20 renowned experts were invited.

  • Toulouse, France 
  • September 24 - 26, 2014


EMFL User Meeting 2014, Dresden

The 2014 edition of the EMFL User Meeting was organized at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (Germany) on Thursday June 19, 2014. As usual, the aim of the meeting was to exchange ideas and experiences, to present scientific results, and to discuss about possibilities for improving the facilities’ attractiveness. 


Open House day in Dresden, 2014

On May 24, 2014, the EMFL lab in Dresden opened its doors to the public again. There were interesting presentations, experiments to participate in, and physics to experience hands-on for young and old. The event welcomed several thousand visitors. 


ICMS2013 – International Conference on Magneto-Science 2013

The conference covered the multiscale effects of magnetic fields on physical, chemical and biological processes. 


Fête de la Science 2013

In France, the 2013 national "Fête de la Science" took place from October 9 - 13. Every region programmed scientific outreach events, in which the LNCMI Grenoble and Toulouse took part. School classes had the opportunity to visit the labs during the week, and doors were open for the public on Saturday 12th.


Second EMFL 3to1 meeting: Sep 30 - Oct 2, 2013

With more than 150 participants, the second 3to1 EMFL days were again a great success. The meeting took place in Egmond, a village on the North Sea one hour from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The purpose was to strengthen the EMFL‘s corporate identity among the personnel of the involved laboratories and to work together more efficiently.


EMFL User Meeting 2013, Nijmegen

The aim of the 2013 user meeting was to exchange ideas and experiences, to present scientific results, and to discuss about ways of improving the facilities’ attractiveness. 

  • High Field Magnet Laboratory (HFML), Nijmegen 
  • June 13, 2013
  • You find details of the programme here.

 


Specialized Colloque AMPERE Meeting 2013 

EUROMAR 2013 hosted a Specialized Colloque AMPERE entitled "Advances in Solid State Broadband Magnetic Resonance".

  • The event ran jointly with "EUROMAR 2013" during the period of Sunday June 30th until Friday July 5th, 2013 in Hersonissos, Crete, Greece.
  • Here you find more information.

 


Dresden Long Science Night  

On one Friday evening every summer, the Long Night of Science is held in Dresden. From 6 pm to 1 am, universities and non-university research institutions as well as scientifically inclined companies open their doors to the public. In 2013, the Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory could be found in the TU Dresden’s Lecture Center – with experiments that amazed and encouraged to participate, as well as presentations on fascinating scientific topics.

  • city of Dresden, various locations
  • July 5, 2013, 6 pm - 1 am
  • More information (sorry, in German only)

 


New magnetic field frontiers in atomic/molecular and solid-state physics

This workshop aimed to stimulate an exchange of expertise and new vision between researchers operating within two different areas : generation/application of very high magnetic fields, mainly in solid state physics, and frontier research in atomic and molecular physicists based on the application of large magnetic fields. Special care was devoted to discuss the impact of high magnetic field facilities on both research areas.  

  • École de Physique, Les Houches, France
  • May 6-10, 2013
  • Registration starts on November 1, 2012.
  • More information

 


Open House Day at the EMFL lab in Nijmegen

On Saturday November 24, 2012, the High Field Magnet Laboratory (HFML) participated in the Open House Day of the Faculty of Science at Radboud University Nijmegen. The HFML organized a route covering all parts of the building: the magnets, the labs, the power supply, and the cooling installations. Anyone interested was welcome to have a look into the lab. 


International workshop on High Magnetic Field Science and Technology

The objective of this workshop was to present a modern overview of Science and Technology at high magnetic fields. The meeting served to establish the needed technical coordination for future developments to perform experiments at high magnetic fields. It allowed for a more effective participation of Spanish laboratories in high magnetic field facilities. Users of high magnetic field facilities, in particular young students and post docs, were supported by waiving the workshop's registration fee. 

  • "La Cristalera", Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain 
  • November 6-9, 2012
  • More information 

 


SYNEMAG 2012: Synchrotron and Neutron Applications of High Magnetic Fields

The aim of the workshop was to bring together the communities of scientists investigating condensed matter by techniques combining high magnetic fields and synchrotron or neutron facilities.
The workshop was the occasion for the presentation of the recent scientific breakthroughs and instrumental developments performed in the area. It gave the opportunity to evaluate the state of the art, identify ongoing and future projects and the need for further developments.


Participants EuroMagNET Summer School 2012

3rd EuroMagNET Summer School "Science in High Magnetic Fields"

 


High Magnetic Fields in Semiconductor Physics (HMF-20) Chamonix Mont-Blanc, 2012

The 20th International Conference on "High Magnetic Fields in Semiconductor Physics, HMF-20, was held in Chamonix Mont-Blanc, France, from 22 - 27 July, 2012.

For more information please click here


EuromagnetII User Meeting

The User Meeting aims at addressing your needs during your stay in our facilities. This event will also represent an opportunity to meet fellow scientists and get to know better the future European Magnetic Field Laboratory organisation on the four magnetic field facilities.

 


International WORKSHOP on Strongly Correlated Electron Systems in High Magnetic Fields (S C E F)

The goal of this international workshop is to bring together 70 experimentalists and theorists interested in the use of high magnetic fields to study strongly correlated electron systems. 

 


First EMFL 3to1 meeting in France

In order to reach a first step in the creation of a corporate identity for the new EMFL among the personnel of the involved laboratories, a special “get to know each other” activity was organised in the South of France, in La Colle sur Loup, on October 4 and 5, 2011.

The main objectives were to present the individual founding laboratories and the plan towards forming a common EMFL, to meet and get to know the personnel of the other labs and to discuss the different working procedures. In an informal and enjoyable atmosphere, 150 staff members of the three structures spent two days presenting their work and their culture to each other.