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Materials Research for Energy-efficient Magnetic Cooling
Jülich, 27. June 2018 - Jülich scientist Nikolaos Biniskos together with his colleagues in a Franco-German research team has gained new insights into the inverse magnetocaloric effect with the help of neutron scattering studies. The results could be useful in the search for suitable magnetocaloric materials for energy-efficient heating and cooling systems.
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Quantum Materials

Investigation of the static and dynamic properties of complex quantum materials. More


Neutron Methods

Development of methods and operation of instruments for neutron scattering. More


High Brilliance Neutron Source

A conceptual novel accelerator-based neutron source.More