Present Status and Perspectives of Neutron Research in High Magnetic Fields

31 March – 1 April 2011

Lise Meitner Campus / Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie
 

Scope

The scope of the workshop is to bring together experts doing research in high magnetic fields with the focus on neutron scattering. We want to provide an information platform for researchers regarding the high-field project at HZB and identify possible future collaborations and experiments using this facility. The workshop covers a broad field of topics ranging from the high field technology, neutron scattering in high magnetic fields and sample environment for neutron sciences up to fundamental physics problems in high magnetic fields.

The workshop will consist of invited talks and poster presentations. Further contributed talks may be considered.

The Registration Fee is 50 Euro.
This fee includes the workshop material and covers the coffee breaks, welcome reception and workshop dinner.

Topics covered will be

  • present status of neutron scattering in high magnetic fields
  • sample environment for neutron sciences in magnetic fields
  • fundamental physics problems in high magnetic fields                     
  • low-dimensional systems and frustrated systems           
  • oxides and related systems
  • superconductivity and high magnetic fields
  • quantum critical phenomena
  • strongly correlated and heavy-fermion systems

Venue
  • The workshop will take place from
    31st March – 1st April  2011, at Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, Lise-Meitner-Campus in Berlin-Wannsee.
  • The workshop will start at 9.30 am on Thursday,
    31st March 2011, and will finish around 17.00 pm on Friday,
    1st April 2011.