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 research priorities of the Laboratory include:
- Nanosized materials and low dimensional systems, including nanostructures, nanowires and whiskers.
- Phase transitions in high magnetic fields.
- Critical phenomena in superconductors observed in extreme conditions.
The scientific staff consists of both local scientists and specialists from abroad, whose applications for research projects have been accepted by the Scientific Council of the Laboratory.