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Actual research using neutrons

Our group performs neutron-scattering investigations of novel magnetic materials and superconductors using various neutron diffraction and spectroscopy techniques. For this purpose we employ state-of-the art instruments at several world-leading neutron sources in Europe and overseas. Our topics of interest include quantum magnetism, the effects of magnetic frustration and topology, multipolar ordering phenomena in f-electron systems, noncollinear and incommensurate spin order, the formation of flux-line lattices in superconductors and skyrmion lattices in helimagnets. We also participate in the development of new neutron-scattering instrumentation at the cold-neutron triple-axis spectrometer PANDA operated by the Jülich Center for Neutron Science (JCNS) at the FRM-II research reactor in Munich.

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