EXTREMAG hosts its debut User Meeting

On 22nd July 2020, the EXTREMAG Facility hosted its debut (virtual) User Meeting.

The GoToWebinar meeting was attended by more than 60 participants from around 25 institutions spanning 7 countries and 3 continents.

The Programme featured three invited talks from leading experts in magneto-optics and high frequency magnetism, and three contributed talks from recent users of the EXTREMAG Facility.

The organisers thank the speakers, session chairs, attendees, and our sponsor the EPSRC.

If you would like to follow up on any details of the EXTREMAG Facility or discuss possibilities for user time, please contact us using the details on the Contact Page.

We look forward to our next User Meeting!

 

COVID19: EXTREMAG temporarily closed and 2nd user call deadline extended

Due to the disruption caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, EXTREMAG is temporarily shut down.  The call for proposals for the second user allocation period from May 1st to October 31st 2020 has been extended by one month to 30th April 2020.  Further updates will be posted on the User Call page of the EXTREMAG website and in these Latest News posts.

We hope that our colleagues stay safe and well, and look froward to seeing you again after EXTREMAG reopens.

EXTREMAG hosts first external user

The start of October saw EXTREMAG host its first external user, Tom Lyons, from the 2D materials research group at the University of Sheffield.  Tom successfully used the EvicoMagnetics wide field Kerr microscope with CyroVac microscopy stage to investigate two-dimensional low temperature ferromagnetic materials.

Tom Lyons in EXTREMAG with the low temperature wide field Kerr microscope

The EXTREMAG website has been updated

You will now be able to find out information about the EXTREMAG project, the femtosecond lasers, and details of the experiments scheduled for summer 2019, including all-optical pump probe measurements with low temperature capability, THz spectroscopy, time-resolved scanning Kerr microscopy, and wide field Kerr microscopy.