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The understanding of solid-state systems has lead to a wealth of discoveries and to numerous applications, which govern our every-day live. At the Laboratory for Solid State Physics we aim to explore innovative research directions with the potential to discover new and potentially useful phenomena in condensed matter.

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We have a strong commitment to teaching at all levels. In addtion to offering Bachelor, Master and postgraduate courses, members of the Laboratory for Solid State Physics are centrally involved in the physics-teacher-education programme (Lehrdiplom für Maturitätsschulen), in the modernization of physics teaching at schools, and in educational development.

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Solid State Seminars

Solid State Physics Seminars at ETH Zurich take place

  • every Thursday during semester
  • at 4:45 pm (unless noted otherwise)
  • in room HPF G6 in the Laboratory for Solid State Physics, ETH Hönggerberg

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Jul 6, 2017

Shohei Hayashida (University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan) - Magnetic state of classical kagome lattice antiferromagnet NaBa2Mn3F11 investigated by neutron scattering

In a classical Kagome lattice antiferromagnet, ground state is infinitely degenerated. The degeneracy is lifted up by various perturbations. NaBa2Mn3F11 is a model compound of the classical Kagome lattice antiferromanget [1]. We performed powder neut ...

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