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Prof. Dr. Markus Braden

KFN candidate 2020
mb_150 II. Physikalisches Institut
Universitaet zu Köln
Zülpicher Str. 77
50937 Köln

Tel.: 0221 470 36 55
Fax: 0221 470 67 08

braden@ph2.uni-koeln.de
 

Current research focus

 
  • Unconventional Superconductors
  • Ruthenium and other 4d or 5d compounds (superconductivity, metal-insulator transitions, magnetism, ...)
  • Multiferroic and magnetoelectric compounds coupled order of orbital, charge and spin degrees of freedom
  • Crystal growth of oxides
  • KOMPASS, a three-axis spectrometer optimized for polarization analysis

 

In the KFN, I would stand up for:

This decade is marked by a fundamental change in the landscape of neutron sources in Europe, and the immense progress in sources and instrumentation will open completely new perspectives. It is now time to set the course to ensure that European users continue to have access to world-leading instrumentation that can answer current and future scientific questions.

 

Scientific career

since 2001:

Professor for Experimental Physics at the University of Cologne

since 2001:

During this time: Representative of the German Society for Crystallography in the DPG and participation in committees of FRM II, LLB, ILL, PSI, ISIS and ESS as well as in the KFN

1999:

Habilitation at the RWTH Aachen

1992-2001:

Scientist at the Laboratoire Léon Brillouin, Saclay (for Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe and RWTH Aachen)

1989-1992:

PhD at the Laboratoire Léon Brillouin, Saclay

1982-1989:

Studies of physics and mathematics at the University of Cologne
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