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Physics Superconductivity and Magnetism

Superconductivity and Magnetism

The Superconductivity and Magnetism Group is part of Condensed Matter Physics in the Physics Department at the University of Warwick. The Superconductivity and Magnetism Group's research interests are centred around the properties of strongly correlated electron systems. The Group has three core activities:

  • single crystal growth and sample preparation,
  • measurements of magnetic, thermodynamic, and transport properties,
  • neutron scattering and muon spectroscopy studies.

    Group Facilities

    The Group Research Facilities section of our website contains a guide to the instruments and the different experimental techniques used by the Group.

    The facilities based at Warwick are available for use by other members of the Department, the University, and, through collaborations, external users. If you would like to know more please contact a member of the Superconductivity and Magnetism Group.

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    PhD Opportunities
    Apply nowLink opens in a new window for PhD places to begin study in October 2024.
    PhD projects titles within the S&M Group.
    Post Doctoral Opportunities

    The Superconductivity and Magnetism Group currently has no vacancies for post-doctoral staff. Please visit our Opportunities pageLink opens in a new window for further details on fellowship applications.

    Superconductivity & Magnetism Group Photos

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    Who's who

    Contact details of all members of the Group past and present 


    Listings of all the Group Publications classified by year and by subject.

    You can find all our pre-prints on the opens in a new window or the Warwick Research Archive Portal (WRAPLink opens in a new window)