Magnetic interactions could cause certain materials to conduct electricity without loss of power. This happens at higher temperatures than with state of the art superconductors like lead.
The third issue of the FRM II newsletter is available!
The Technische Universitaet Muenchen awards Dr. Ingo Neuhaus, Technical Director of the FRM II, with the Karl Max von Bauernfeind-Medal.
The project Transregio TRR 80 from TU München and the university of Augsburg „From Electronic Correlations to Functionality“ receives funding from the German Research Foundation. A big part of the experiments take place at the FRM II.
Harald Breitkreutz will receive the award for young academics of the German association of radiation protection.
Open doors on 24th October from 11 until 18h
Professor Franz Schwabl, holder of the chair for Theoretical Physics V from 1982 through 2003 died on 4th August 2009. Research of Franz Schwabl was concerned with magnetic materials, structure formation in driven, dissipative non-equilibrum systems, ferroelectric and ferroelastic materials. Numerous experiments in the field of...
FRM II uses neutrons to measure moisture in insulation.
The second issue of the FRM II newsletter is available!
The neutron source Heinz Maier-Leibnitz has published a new brochure.