We develop the world's highest static magnetic fields. Scientists use these magnetic fields to explore (new) material and their properties. This fundamental knowledge is a driving force behind innovation.

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Tim de Bruin

Tim de Bruin, software engineer

Andries den Ouden

Andries den Ouden, head of superconducting magnet technology

Michel Peters, Mechanical engineer

Michel Peters, engineer

Call for proposals

HFML is open for external researchers and industrial users from all over the world. They can use all the unique equipment and setups we have to offer.

To apply for beam time you have to submit a proposal. The next deadline is 15 November, 2022.


The HFML is part of the European Magnetic Field Laboratory (EMFL), with labs in Nijmegen, Dresden, Grenoble and Toulouse.

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