Dr. Iurii Scurschii
Strongly Correlated Electron Systems
Phone: +49 351 260 - 3421

Julia Blöcker
Secretary/ Administration
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Nicole Zimmermann
Phone: +49 351 260 - 3535


This week, we are happy to welcome:

Name: Andrey Zheludev
ETH Zuerich, Department of physics Zürich

Next Call

Launch: April, 2017

Deadline: May 15th, 2017

Here you find the online proposal form.

Further Information

Electron Magnetic Resonance

Electron magnetic resonance (EMR) includes electron spin resonance (ESR) and cyclotron resonance (CR) and can be performed in pulsed magnetic fields using a transmission-type tunable-frequency spectrometer operated in two frequency ranges: Range A: ~100 - 600 GHz (VDIs and Gunn-diodes), range B: 1.2 - 9 THz (free electron laser). The spectrometer is equipped with Ca:Ge and n-InSb bolometers. EMR experiments are best suited for magnet types A or B (needs a 24 mm bore). The lowest temperature available for EMR experiments is 1.5 K (range A) and ~ 5 K (range B). The maximum sample size is ~ 3 mm outer diameter (see Ref. [1] for further information).

To perform experiments you are required to submit a proposal for magnet time For EMR experiments in range B you are required to submit in addition another proposal requesting FEL beamtime

Electron Magnetic Resonance ESR spectra

ESR spectra of the quasi-1D chain material Cu-PM with alternating DM interaction taken in magnetic fields up to 64 T (T = 1.9 K; Ref. [2]).

Electron Magnetic Resonance Frequency-field diagram

Frequency-field diagram of the quasi-1D chain material Cu-PM taken in magnetic fields up to 64 T (open symbols; Ref. [2]).


[1] S.A.  Zvyagin et al., Rev. Sci. Instr. 80, 073102 (2009)

[2] S.A.  Zvyagin et al., Phys. Rev. B 83, 060409(R) (2011)