High Field Magnet Laboratory (HFML) and Free-Electron Lasers for Infrared eXperiment (FELIX) is an internationally renowned lab that offers world-unique research opportunities. The high field magnets, infrared and THz free-electron lasers and the combination thereof are used to explore the properties and structure of (new) materials; a driving force for innovation.


HFML-FELIX building on Radboud University Campus

HFML-FELIX is looking for a European Project Officer

HFML-FELIX is looking for a project leader to support our participation in a palette of European projects and the international collaborations LEAPS and EMFL.

Illustration on magnetic reversal patterns

Order from chaos: how magnon-polarons organize themselves

Researchers from HFML-FELIX laboratory have discovered that the long-accepted, proclaimed speed limit for magnetization reversal, might not be as set in stone as it was thought to be. About finding order in chaos.

Gathering of the HFML-FELIX user meeting 2019

HFML-FELIX user meeting 2023 to take place June 13 - 15

The 2023 HFML-FELIX user meeting will take place on June 13 - 15, in conjunction with the EMFL user meeting.


HFML-FELIX user-meeting

46th Annual Meeting NNV AMO

Visiting address

Toernooiveld 7
6525 ED Nijmegen
The Netherlands


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