Nematic fluctuations indispensable for increasing critical temperature in iron-based superconductors
Self-assembly as a tool to study microscale curvature and strain-dependent magnetic properties
Prof. Axel Lubk took up the position on August 1, 2022 and will establish a laboratory for next generation transmission electron microscopy.
An IFW start-up team won the Cluster Prize Life Sciences of the IQ Innovation Competition Middle Germany 2022. for a new technique using acoustic waves for blood plasma separation.
On Friday, between 5 pm and midnight, the 19th DRESDEN SCIENCE NIGHT will take place. We are looking forward to interested guests.
New review article of IFW authors in the journal "nature elctronics" on recent developments in the field of thermoelectrics
New dynamical states and topological transitions in superconducting nanotubes revealed
Additive manufacturing aided design for novel biocompatible mechanical and corrosion properties of titanium alloys for implant applications
Indian Cabinet confirms Memorandum of Understanding between S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, and IFW Dresden for scientific cooperation
Mariana Medina-Sánchez joins B CUBE as a DRESDEN-concept research group leader
Robust thermoelectric module without tellurium paves the way for sustainable power generation and cooling near room temperature
The Research project for tellurium-free thermoelectric modules by interface engineering receives funding from the State of Saxony and the EU
The Outstanding Paper Award 2021 for Materials Science of the European Microscopy Society (EMS) goes to…
Experimental evidence for emergency of Fermi arcs due to magnetic splitting in an antiferromagnet
Positive evaluation of IFW Dresden by the Senate of the Leibniz Association secures funding for another seven years
Russia’s aggression on Ukraine strongly effects science and scientific cooperation. Scholarship UKRAPRO offers fellowships for Ukrainian scientists
About 170 employees signed an open letter which strongly condemns the war against Ukraine and call for further help for affected scientists.
Superconducting screening currents in curved 3D nanoarchitectures reveal new effects in the dynamics of topological defects of the superconducting order parameter.
The fair for education, jobs and start-ups will take place from March 11 to 13. You will find the IFW Dresden in Hall 1.
Russia’s aggression on Ukraine strongly effects science and scientific cooperation. IFW Dresden has taken special measures to provide concrete support in the current emergency.
The Alliance of Science Organizations draws consequences for science. The IFW's own institute measures are currently being prepared.
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New measurements strengthen the case for a topological spin liquid phase in ruthenium trichloride
On the occasion of this day, we talked to a female scientist about her career in science.
IFW junior scientist Teresa Tschirner answers questions about quantum physics in an explanatory video of the Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat.
Dr. Yizhi You from the University of Oxford, has successfully applied an ERC Starting Grant to join the IFW Institute for Theoretical Solid State Physics.
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