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Scattering methods provide insight into complex systems

At the institute for Quantum Materials and Collective Phenomena, we focus on the investigation of structural and magnetic order, fluctuations and excitations in complex or nanostructured magnetic systems and highly correlated electron systems. Our research is directed at obtaining a microscopic atomic understanding based on fundamental interaction mechanisms and relating this microscopic information to macroscopic physical properties and functionalities.
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We develop, build and utilize advanced synchrotron and neutron scattering methods along with the corresponding necessary presentation instruments. More: Instruments and Facilities …


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