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Experimental physicist Sven Badoux, a former Marie Curie Fellow at University of Bristol and EMFL Prize winner, has been awarded a two-year fully funded Radboud Excellence Initiative Fellowship to unravel the link between superconductivity and different electronic phases in cuprate materials in order to gain a better understanding of how the current high temperature superconductors work.
A research project to look directly back to almost the big bang receives a 1.1 million euros grant from the Dutch Research Agenda (NWA). The project is executed by a broad coalition of institutions and public stakeholders, including Radboud University; Uli Zeitler (HFML) and Nicolo de Groot (High Energy Physics) will contribute with their expertise on particle detection and graphene.
Experimental physicist Jake Ayres, a former PhD student at HFML, has been awarded a two-year fully funded EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellowship to determine whether the elusive origin of high temperature superconductivity can come from a newly revealed incoherent variety of electrons.
HFML-FELIX has been awarded 15.1 million euros for the development of advanced instrumentation and new experimental techniques. The grant is part of The National Roadmap for Large-Scale Research Facilities of the Dutch Research Council (NWO) which enables the building or renovation of research facilities with international allure.