Upcoming Scientific and Public Events

User meeting 2017 in Nottingham

The yearly user meeting of the European high field magnet facilities for

  • continuous fields (LNCMI Grenoble and HFML Nijmegen) and
  • pulsed magnetic fields (HLD Dresden and LNCMI Toulouse)

will be hosted by Prof. Amalia Patanè (The University of Nottingham, UK) and will take place in the School of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Nottingham on Friday, June 23, 2017.

The aim of the meeting is to update our users on recent developments in the EMFL facilities, exchange ideas and experiences, present scientific results, and discuss possibilities for joint research programs and improving the facilities attractiveness.

During the meeting several talks will be given by the users and the directors of the EMFL to inform the user community about recent scientific and technical developments in high magnetic fields.  Users are also invited to present their scientific work on posters.

Registration is free of charge.

Pre-registration can be done by sending an e-mail to info@emfl.eu

We would like to involve you, our users, 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 themes that you would like to discuss during the meeting.

The User Committee has an online feedback form for all users: www.emfl.eu/user/user-committee.html

Also, users can contact the User Committee directly via e-mail: UserCommittee@gmail.com

The User Committee will meet with the users during the day. Chair of the User Committee is Prof. Raivo Stern (National Institute of Chemical Physics & Biophysics, Tallinn, Estonia).


The programme will be available soon!

Winter school:  New Frontiers in 2D materials: Approaches & Applications

From 15 till 20 January 2017 the winter school: New Frontiers in 2D materials: Approaches & Applications will be held in Villard-de-Lans, a small ski resort near Grenoble, France. 

This winter school will bring together young researchers - master/doctoral students as well as postdocs – interested in the field of novel 2D materials. The talks by selected renowned invited speakers will introduce the participants to the specific areas of this field and provide them with an overview of recent progress. At the same time, all the participants are strongly encouraged to present the results of their own research during a dedicated poster session.  
 The winter school will cover theoretical, experimental, and also technological aspects of current research on novel 2D materials (graphene, silicene, transition-metal dichalcogenides, topological insulators & semiconductor nanostructures) and other emerging systems (multiferroics, materials for spintronics, semiconductor quantum dots and quantum fluids in polariton structures). 

for more information download the flyer.