In the LAMPS laboratory, research is being conducted on superconductors, magnetic materials and related systems using magnetic and electric transport tools with cryogenic equipments able to study the dynamic behaviour of these materials under conditions of extreme temperature and magnetic field in order to understand fundamental properties such as electrical conductivity and magnetic susceptibility. Devices tested with high field magnets at cryogenic temperatures and modern magnetic sensors are also being designed in this laboratory.

In particular, the electrical and magnetic properties, down to low temperatures, of technological interest materials such as thin films and nanoparticles, can be measured. Such materials are the basis of new devices, micro sensors, particle detectors, micro thermometers, heaters, etc.- that are used in research and technology activities of INFN interest.

Latest modified: 24 May 2016