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Our Group

Mesoscopic Systems is a joint laboratory between the Department of Materials, ETH Zurich and Paul Scherrer Institute, which addresses new frontiers in the field of magnetism. We design nanoscale magnetic systems with novel properties to understand the basic laws of science. These tiny systems can be implemented in revolutionary devices for data, communication, sensors and actuators, which are important for a wide range of industry sectors including computing, transport and biomedical.

News

PSI Co-Fund

Diane Lançon and Jizhai Cui have been awarded PSI-FELLOW postdoctoral fellowships for 2017-2019 read more...


LMX Head

Laura Heyderman becomes Head of Laboratory for Multiscale Materials Experiments (LMX) at the Paul Scherrer Institute on 1st April, 2017. read more...


Naemi DPG

Naëmi Leo organised a focus session on “Magnetic Correlations in Mesoscopic Spin Structures” with the help of Laura Heyderman at the annual meeting of the German Physical Society (DPG) meeting in Dresden, March 20-24, 2017.
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Paul Scherrer Institute

The Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) is the largest research institute for natural and engineering sciences in Switzerland, and is a short journey from ETH Zurich. We use the world-leading large-scale facilities at PSI to probe the structure and function of our magnetic systems. With synchrotron x-rays, muons and neutrons, we explore some of the most fascinating phenomena in magnetism at timescales down to femtoseconds.
How to Find Us

Open Positions

PhD position on "Magnetic Correlations in Artificial Spin Systems". For details please click here.

PhD position to study "Three-dimensional magnetic metamaterials" in collaboration with EMPA Thun. For details please click here.

PhD position on " Spinwaves Emission and Propagation " in collaboration with the Microspectroscopy Group at the SLS. For details please click here.

We have Tenure Track position open for a scientist:

Probing Mesoscopic Magnetic Systems with Large-Scale Facilities. 

Master Theses:

  • Exploring the limit of X-ray coherent imaging
    (for details, please contact Valerio Scagnoli)

Master Projects:

 
 
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