Heinz Maier-Leibnitz (FRM II)



Disenchanted Exotic: Neutrons show how skyrmions form

Magnetic skyrmions can potentially store information in a higher density than today's data carriers. Since their discovery using neutrons at the FRM II in 2009, research on magnetic skyrmions is booming. For the first time, physicists of the Technical University of Munich have used a specially adapted imaging technique at the MLZ in order to...[more]


The main thing tight - the search for a new fuel for the FRM II

Dr. Harald Breitkreutz will give a talk under this title at Deutsches Museum on February 14th at 7 pm as part of the series "Science for Everyone".[more]


Another Gyro Gearloose at the MLZ

Armin Kriele from the Helmholtz Center Geesthacht has something in common with the famous inventor of Walt Disney: Both make inventions for the joy of working. Kriele is responsible for the Materials Science Laboratory at the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Center and has a lot to do with batteries of all kinds. For their detailed analysis, he has now made...[more]