Working Group

Ferromagnet/High Temperature Superconductor Systems

For the understanding of the current transport in polycrystalline high‐Tc superconductors as technological relevant materials, the determination and understanding of magnetic flux and current density distributions is of vital importance. We visualize the local critical current density in superconductors with higher spatial resolution in the scanning x-rax microscope MAXYMUS at low temperatures.

Thermomagnetic instabilities like flux avalanches can be visualized via magneto-optical imaging. For the magnetic x-ray microscopy of imaging the current density in superconductors the interaction within superconductor-ferromagnet heterostructures is investigated. The superconductors are grown on single cristalline STO substrates, films on nanopatterned substrates show altered critical current densities.

We visualize the local critical current density in superconductors with high spatial resolution via magnetic x-ray microscopy.

Magnetic x-ray microscopy on high-Tc superconductors

We visualize the local critical current density in superconductors with high spatial resolution via magnetic x-ray microscopy. [more]
The penetration of magnetic flux into some superconductors can happen in form of chaotic flux avalanches. These are investigated using magneto-optical imaging.

Thermomagnetic instabilities

The penetration of magnetic flux into some superconductors can happen in form of chaotic flux avalanches. These are investigated using magneto-optical imaging. [more]
Investigation of surface and interface of superconductor-ferromagnet systems is done by magnetometry measurements.

Superconductor-ferromagnet heterostructures

Investigation of surface and interface of superconductor-ferromagnet systems is done by magnetometry measurements. [more]
The critical current density can be altered by nanopatterning the substrate.

Films on nanopatterned substrates

The critical current density can be altered by nanopatterning the substrate. [more]

 
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