Contact

Prof. Dr. Joachim Wosnitza

Director
Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory
j.wosnitzaAthzdr.de
Phone: +49 351 260 3524

Julia Blöcker

Secretary/ Administration
fwh-sek@hzdr.de, j.bloeckerAthzdr.de
Phone: +49 351 260 3527

Nicole Zimmermann

Secretary/Administration
fwh-sek@hzdr.de, n.zimmermannAthzdr.de
Phone: +49 351 260 3535

News

Publikation: Spin–orbital liquid state and liquid–gas metamagnetic transition on a pyrochlore lattice

Tang, N. et al., Nature Physics (2022)

Publication: Signatures of a magnetic-field-induced Lifshitz transition in the ultra-quantum limit of the topological semimetal ZrTe5

Galeski, S. et al., Nature Comm. 13 (2022), 7418

Publication: Dimensional reduction and incommensurate dynamic correlations in the S = 1/2 triangularlattice antiferromagnet Ca3ReO5Cl2

Zvyagin, S. A. et al., Nature Comm. 13 (2022), 6310


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Support and Cooperation

Support

The federal Ministry of Education and Research as well as the Saxon Ministry of Sciences and Art have began to fund  the project after the approval of the "Wissenschaftsrat" in 2003.

Thereupon the realization of the Dresden user laboratory for the generation of pulsed high magnetic fields at the site of the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf immediately started with the construction of the laboratory, the workshop, the pulsed power supply, the design and construction of the coils, and the planning of the experimental equipment. The Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory (HLD) was completed in 2006 within time and budget plans. Since 2007, the HLD operates as a user facility.

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National Cooperation

The Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory (HLD) collaborates closely with the following institutes in the adjacent region:

The HLD is engaged in the following coordinated program:

Furthermore, the HLD is engaged in the cluster of excellence


International Cooperation

The HLD cooperates closely with European partners within the EMFL consortium.

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Furthermore, close cooperations with the most important high-field laboratories worldwide exist.