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85748 Garching

  • 17.05.2017
    From Serpong to Garching: Exchange and Education

    The MLZ does not only provide excellent scientific results and user service but also extraordinary education and training for young people, world-class instruments and their upgrades. The MLZ also offers from time to time support for the technical program of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which brings together research institutions and scientists from its different member states to collaborate on research projects or training purposes. Another important support is to fund travel expenses for scientists, as many countries only have a limited budget for research activities or travels to conferences and training.

  • 19.04.2017
    Enhanced Magnetization of Cobalt Defect Clusters Embedded in TiO2−δ Films for Spintronic devices

    The speed of microelectronics is currently limited by heating, as increased speed also increases the power dissipation. Spintronics or Spin-Electronics is a new concept allowing for much higher speed. It is based on the manipulation of the electron spins in magnetic layers buried inside the devices. A high magnetization of these magnetic layers is desirable in spintronic devices to allow for efficient manipulation of the electronic states.

Events

Workshop

PARI 2017: Workshop on Public Awareness of Research Infrastructures

29.05.2017 - 30.05.2017  

Seminar: Neutrons in Research and Industry

Magnetization Dynamics in Thin Films and Nanopatterns studied by Frequency- and Time-Resolved AC-Polarized Neutron Reflectometry

29.05.2017  

14:30 - 15:30 h

Seminar

Munich Physics Colloquium: Watching structure formation in real time

29.05.2017  

17:15 h

Seminar

Munich Physics Colloquium / Festkolloquium for Prof. Alfred Laubereau: Retracing some key landmarks in the ultrafast world

19.06.2017  

17:15 h

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Annual Report 2016

The new Annual Report 2016 is ready and available online.
This time, it displays 8 scientific highlights shortly summarized before the scientific reports.

Conference: Neutrons for Health

Radiography of a rat lung

Radiography of a rat lung

Neutrons penetrate deeply into biological material while distinguishing between isotopes. They also help to produce radioactive contrast agents for the diagnostics and therapy of diseases. Among others, these topics will be prominent at the MLZ conference Neutrons for Health from June 27 to 30 in Bad Reichenhall. Abstract submission is possible from February 10 till April 30, registration until May 31.

MLZ is a cooperation between:

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