EU support for access to High Magnetic Field facilities in Grenoble 2000-now

Project: EU Commission

Description

EU-EUROMAGNET Access to High Magnetic Field Grant SE0206, Feb-March 2006
€1.1k + 18 days magnet time (€65k)
Detection of Raman Emission Induced Electrically from Planar Spin Oscillator

EU trans-national access to large research facilities
Access to the Grenoble Magnetic Field Laboratory, Dec. 2006, Grant SE1906 (A)
€1.2k + 19 days magnet time (€68k)
Resistively detected microwave absorption by planar spin oscillators and photovoltage measurements in hybrid semiconductor-ferromagnetic nanostructures

EU trans-national access to large research facilities RITA-CT-2003-505474
Access to the Grenoble High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Dec. 2007, Grant SE4607 (A)
€1.2k + 18 days magnet time (€65k)
Resistively detected microwave absorption and photo-voltage measurements in InGaAs quantum wells and GaAs 2DHGs subjected to microscopically inhomogeneous magnetic fields

EU trans-national access to large research facilities RITA-CT-2003-505474
Access to the Grenoble High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Nov 2008, Grant SE3508 (A)
€1.2k + 18 days magnet time (€65k)
Microwave induced forward scattering in a 1D system of correlated electrons in a magnetic quantum wire.

EU trans-national access to large research facilities RITA-CT-2003-505474
Access to the Grenoble High Magnetic Field Laboratory, June 2009, Grant SC5109 (A)
€1.2k + 18 days magnet time (€65k)
Electromagnetically induced transparency under double spin resonance

EU- Euromagnet II: Award of magnet time at the High Magnetic Field Lab. Grenoble Feb 2011
€600 + 8 days magnet time (€29k)

Layman's description

Access to High Magnetic Field facilities in Grenoble

Key findings

8 papers published.
Short titleEuro 360,000
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/01/98 → …