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The networking activity will foster the exchange of knowledge, information and technologies among the high magnetic field infrastructures, their users and the research community. It will enhance the visibility of high magnetic field science and technology, advance the dissemination of research results obtained at the infrastructures, stimulate more coherence and international competitiveness of the high-field community and will attract new users and research topics to the high-field (...)

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Description of work

- Task 1 : Training / High Magnetic Field School organisation - Task 2 : Thematic Networks Materials for high field magnets Harmonisation of experimental conditions High field physics of strongly correlated electron systems High field physics of low dimensional carbon structures Molecular materials in high magnetic fields - Task 3 : Secondments, Joint Transnational Access and Outreach - Task 4 : Overall (...)

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2nd EuroMagNET Summer School

5 - 11 Sept. 2010, Ameland, Netherlands

The school is dedicated to recent advances in Science in High Magnetic Fields. Is is aimed at acquainting its participants with the applications of magnetic fields in modern science and the impact magnetic fields can have in different areas of research. The participants of the school will be mostly PhD students and young scientists, though we also welcome applications form more senior scientists who wish to broaden their knowledge on high magnetic field science (...)

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3rd EuroMagNET Summer School

30 Sept. - 07 Oct. 2012, Rügen, Germany

The 3rd EuroMagNET Summer School follows the tradition established by the 1st EuroMagNET Summer School 2007 in Corsica and the 2nd Summer School 2010 in Ameland. The 3rd EuroMagNET Summer School has taken place at Juliusruh on the German island Rügen from September 30 to October 7, 2012. Besides the students and young researchers from the four large European high magnetic field laboratories, more than half of the participants came from other sites in Europe ; and there were even three (...)

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