Science behind season greetings
Selective Laser Melting helps to optimize Iron Manganese alloys for use as bioabsorbable vascular implants
Puzzle of nested martensitic twins solved
New book on topological and geometrical effects in self-rolled micro- and nanoarchitectures by Vladimir Fomin
New publication in Communication Physics
The spin-off company of IFW develops, produces and distributes scientific instruments with a focus on angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy
Juliane Schmidt is the new Administrative Director at the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden
Dr. Sabine Wurmehl talks about crystals and crystal growing at IFW Dresden in the science podcast omega tau
Our new category "IFW Products" is now available. On this website you will find services and products from our research.
The exhibition SHOWCASES OF RESEARCH explains phenomena of quantum materials
Extracting local nucleation fields in permanent magnets using machine learning
Reports of fellowship holders, virtual lab tours and workshop on "Topological Phenomena in Quantum Materials"
First textbook on non-ferrous metals and their alloy by J. Freudenberger & M. Heilmaier
Junior research group at IFW Dresden develops a new instrument for research on quantum materials and reaches a milestone
When looking back in time is different from looking forward into the future
Applications of 2D MXenes in energy conversion and storage systems
ARPES reveals particular fermiology of Pd-doped TaSe2
In “Nature Electronics” we report on the development of the smallest microelectronic robot driven and controlled by a twin-jet-engine
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New publication in Scientific Reports proposes processing routes to achieve null linear expansion in Ti-alloys
Interesting features in the temperature dependency of the anomalous Hall and Nernst effects (Nano Lett. 2020, 20, 1, 300-305)
First fully integrated flexible electronics made of magnetic sensors and organic circuits opens the path towards the development of electronic skin.
Project partners of the BIOREMIA network meet at IFW Dresden to launch the project.