Radioinslag i Vetenskapsradion, SR: Rekordhål från universums ungdom har upptäckts
Available position: Forskare med inriktning mikrovågsfysik och -teknologi
Research: Magnetic Phase Transitions Become Faster
The Uppsala researcher Peter Oppeneer at the department of physics and astronomy has together with researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder, USA, shown on a faster magnetic phase transition than what one previously has been able to observe.
Available position: Administrativ chef
Available position: Postdoctoral researcher in experimental elementary particle physics with the ATLAS detector
Available position: PhD student position in experimental elementary particle physics with the ATLAS detector
Available position: PhD student position in Physics, bionanomaterials directed towards Molecular Interactions
Available Position: 1:e forskningsingenjör för uppbyggnad av experimentella system
Press release: New method enables high-resolution measurements of magnetism
In a new article, published in Nature Materials, researchers from Beijing, Uppsala and Jülich have made significant progress allowing very high resolution magnetic measurements. With their method it is possible to measure magnetism of individual atomic planes.
Research: Ultra Fast Change of Volume Discovered in Magnetic Materials
All magnetic materials show a change of volume if their magnetization changes, but how the process takes place on the shortest time scales is still a mystery. To understand how magnetic changes of volume occur inside the femtosecond range (10-15s) one needs both new measurement methods and novel theories. An international collaboration of both experimental and theoretical research groups has now managed to come a step closer to the solution of this riddle.
Research Funding: Grants for renewable-energy research
The Swedish Research Council and the Swedish Energy Agency are collaborating in an initiative to provide project grants for energy-oriented basic research. Which projects to fund in the 2017 call for applications has now been decided. Uppsala University is receiving grants for four projects.
Research: On the hunt for new and peculiar superconductors
Annica Black-Schaffer wants to understand unconventional superconductors. The fact that she recently received the prestigious ERC Starting Grant and is a former recipient of grants from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation is a testament to the interest in her research. One beckoning application is tomorrow’s supercomputers.