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
 

Program and Invited speakers

Program

  • Invited talks: 40 minutes including discussion
  • Contributed talks: 20 minutes including discussion
  • Posters: A0 portrait orientation

The workshop will start at

  • 8.30 am on Thur, 31st March 2011,

and will finish

  • at 17.20 pm on Fri, 1st April 2011.


This is a tentative schedule:

Wed, March 30th 2011

17.00-19.00

Registration in canteen

17.30-18.30

Guided tour to the EXED+HMF site for those who registered, departure from canteen

18.30-21.30Welcome reception in canteen

Thur, March 31st 2011

8.30-9.30

Registration in front of the Lecture Hall

9.30 – 9.40

A. Kaysser-Pyzalla
Welcome address
(10 min)

9.40-10.40

Session 1
A. Tennant

High field magnetism at HZB (20 min)

P. Smeibidl

The High Field Magnet Project at HZB - Status of Magnet Fabrication and Installation of Technical Infrastructure (20 min)

O. Prokhnenko

Extreme Environment Diffractometer: Characteristics and First Results (20 min)

10.40-11.00

Coffee break

11.00-12.20

Session 2
B. Keimer
(invited)

Magnetic field induced transitions in high-temperature superconductors (40 min)

C. Broholm (invited)

High field experiments on low dimensional quantum magnets using the new MACS spectrometer at NIST (40 min)

12.20-13.50

Lunch on your own in canteen (tables reserved)

13.50-15.30

Session 3
J. Wosnitza
(invited)

Research at High Magnetic Fields - Activities at the Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory (40 min)

C. Detlefs (invited)

Direct evidence of magnetostructural phase separation in the electron-doped manganite Ca0.8 Sm0.16 Nd0.04 MnO3 by means of high magnetic field studies (40 min)

A.T. Holmes (contributed)

A 17 Tesla magnet for small angle neutron (or X-ray) scattering or reflectivity studies (20 min)

15.30-15.50

Coffee break

15.50-17.10

Session 4
Ch. Pfleiderer
(invited)

Experimental signatures of a topological insulator in a Heusler compound (40 min)

M. Enderle (invited)

Ferroelectricity from spin supercurrents in LiCuVO4 (40 min)

17.10-19.00

Poster session in front of the Lecture Hall

17.40-18.50

Closed expert discussion in LS 206

19.00-21.30

Workshop buffet dinner in canteen

Fri, April 1st 2011

9.00-10.20

Session 5
M.D. Bird
(invited)

Scattering Magnet Development at the NHMFL (40 min)

L.-P. Regnault (invited)

Pulsed-field neutron diffraction: present status and perspectives (40 min)

10.20-10.40

Coffee break

10.40-12.20

Session 6
R. Coldea
(invited)

Quantum criticality and confinement effects in an Ising chain in transverse field (40 min)

Ch. Ruegg (invited)

Novel Phases in Quantum Magnets at High Magnetic Fields (40 min)

R. Toft-Petersen (contributed)

Field- and temperature-induced magnetic phase transitions at high fields in magnetoelectric LiNiPO4 (20 min)

12.20-13.50

Lunch on your own in canteen (tables reserved)

13.50-15.30

Session 7
S. Langridge
(invited)

Understanding the subtle magnetism of surfaces and interfaces in transition metal systems (40 min)

H.M. Ronnow (invited)

Magnetic field effects in low-dimensional quantum magnets (40 min)

P. Manuel (invited)

High field Diffraction and Diffuse Scattering at ISIS: review and new opportunities (30 min)

15.40-16.00

Coffee break

16.00-16.40

Concluding remarks
K. Prokes, A. Tennant

16.40-17.20

Closed expert discussion in LS 206

17.20-

Departure