In the optics laboratory at the Pulsed Field Facility, we maintain and regularly use a variety of time-resolved and ultrafast capabilities.
Generally these studies are performed in our DC Superconducting Magnets (fields up to 17 T), and in temperatures down to 1.5K or 300mK using pumped helium-4 or helium-3.
Explore our magnet schedule to see what exciting research is happening on our stellar fleet of instruments right now.
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Last modified on 27 December 2022