Using neutrons, researchers observed new effects between magnetic and superconducting materials.
Discovery of skyrmions in an electrical non-conductor promises a new lossless magneto-electronics.
The world’s strongest neutron beam is produced by the scientific instrument PGAA at the FRM II. But that is not all: During the long maintenance break in 2011, the PGAA (Prompt Gamma Activation Analysis) was improved to give it...
Using small angle neutron scattering at the instrument MIRA at the FRM II and V4 at the Helmholtz Centre Berlin, Tim Adams of the TU München physics department has delivered the missing microscopic evidence for the topological...
2011-11-17 New invention: Recyclable shielding material
Engineers and physicists around the ANTARES Neutron Imaging Team at the FRM II research reactor have invented a reusable shielding material for neutron- and gamma-radiation.
2011-10-27 Neutron source back to operation
After the long maintenance break the neutron source produces neutron beams for research, industry and medicine since October 29th.
Prof. Dr. Christian Pfleiderer at the chair of experimental physics E 21 of the TUM physics department receives a European grant for the research on stable magnetic vortices using neutrons.