"The success of magnetism at CIC nanoGUNE"

The abilities and experience in characterising magnetism by means of light attracts researchers from all over the world to the CIC nanoGUNE installations in San Sebastián. It is one of the achievements of CIC nanoGUNE’s research group in Nanomagnetism, directed by the German, Andreas Berger and co-directed by the Italian, Paolo Vavassori. It consists of a system which manages to obtain more information from the experiments than was thought possible until now. “We are not the only ones who use light to do it, but we are the only ones to do it the way we do”, they declare.


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