Ensuring Europe's ability to put a new spin on technologies for critical applications
High magnetic fields are a key enabling technology for innovation in fields like medicine, imaging and energy, and Europe is focused on developing and maintaining world-class high magnetic field facilities. To this aim, the European Magnetic Field Laboratory (EMFL) was founded in 2015 by the major European high field facilities in France, Germany and the Netherlands. It was later reinforced by the integration of the Polish and UK user communities. The EMFL develops and operates world-class high magnetic field facilities, including superconducting magnets, and provides access to in-house and external users. The EU-funded ISABEL project is strengthening the EMFL for the long term, integrating new members and enhancing services while reinforcing ties between high field research and industry.
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Funding SchemeRIA - Research and Innovation action
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