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|Description||The Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory (Hochfeld-Magnetlabor Dresden, HLD) at the Helholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) is a user laboratory that provides access to nondestructive pulsed-field magnets including the infrastructure for a variety of experimental techniques. In 2012, a record field of 94.2 Tesla in a magnet bore of 16 mm was reached. For the continuous improvement of the experimental possibilities, a development program for pulsed magnets, pulsed power supplies, and measurement infrastructure is being carried out. The HLD is also engaged in the development of novel experimental techniques including resonant methods as ESR and NMR each modified for the use in high pulsed magnetic fields. Unique in the world, the free-electron lasers (FELs) of the neighboring superconducting electron accelerator ELBE can be used in combination with high-field magnets for magneto-optical experiments. The HLD focuses on modern materials research in high magnetic fields. In particular, electronic properties of metallic, semiconducting, superconducting, and magnetic materials are investigated.|
|Status||Operational since 2007 Being upgraded (2011 - 2013)|
|Scientific Domains||Material Sciences and Analytical Facilities Physical Sciences and Engineering|
|RI Categorization||Extreme Conditions Facilities|
|Location||Bautzner Landstraße 400, Dresden, 01328, Germany|