The International Laboratory of High Magnetic Fields and Low Temperatures conducts investigations of properties of materials and novel phenomena in high stationary (up to 15T), quasistationary (up to 36T) and pulsed (up to 42T) magnetic fields in wide temperature range (from 1.5 to 320K).
The scientific staff consists of both local scientists and specialists from abroad, whose applications for research projects have been accepted by the Council of the Laboratory.
- Nanosized materials and low dimensional systems
- Phase transitions in high magnetic fields
- Critical phenomena in superconductors
the International Laboratory by the Institute of Low Temperatures and
Polish Academy of Sciences.
Meeting of „MAGNES”
project participants combined with open workshop „Hard magnetic materials and high-current high-field
superconductors for innovative technologies”
On October 3–7, 2016, in Suzdal (Russia) the meeting of „MAGNES” project participants took place during the International Conference “Functional nanomaterials and high-purity substances”.
"Night of Laboratories" in International Laboratory.
On October 8, 2016, for the second time in Poland the Night of Laboratories was held, in which The International Laboratory of High Magnetic Fields and Low Temperatures also took part.more >>
Night of Laboratories in IL on 8 October 2016.
International Laboratory of High Magnetic Fields and Low Temperatures in Wroclaw is ...
Scientific Council meeting.
On June 23–24, the 83rd Scientific Council meeting of the International Laboratory of High Magnetic Fields and Low Temperatures (IL) took place. The chairman of this meeting was Professor Janusz Lipkowski, who welcomed the Scientific Council members and ...
Two-coil electromagnet generating pulse field
of induction up to 60T in our IL.
In March 2016, the testing of new two-coil electromagnet, in which for the first time a replaceable internal coil was applied, has been completed in our Laboratory. This permitted to obtain fields of 54 T induction.
became the signatory of the Pact for Horizon 2020. Our unit is among the first ones
that have signed this document, being intended ...