Neutron Methods

This department is in its founding phase. It is located at the largest outstation of JCNS at the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum (MLZ) in Garching, close to Munich. JCNS-4 will open up an additional focus of research with neutrons and further strengthen cooperation between the MLZ partners due to its director holding a joint appointment at the physics department of the Technical University of Munich (TUM), in keeping with the "Jülich model". JCNS-4 organizes the instrument- and user-operation and coordinates method development at the MLZ outstation of JCNS.

News and Events

Künstlerische Darstellung magnonischer Wellen an den Kanten eines 2D-van-der-Waals-Materials (grün hervorgehoben).

Breakthrough in Magnonics? Discovery of a New Property in Quantum Materials

Jülich/Garching/Grenoble, 13. September 2021. Scientists from Jülich, together with colleagues from Germany, France and China, have discovered a new property in quantum materials offering great potential for novel technical applications. It took the 17-member team a considerable amount of dedicated effort to synthesize and characterize so-called two-dimensional materials, that could one day take on a wide variety of functions in atomically thin circuits based on the future technology of magnonics.

LabCourse

!POSTPONED! 24th JCNS Laboratory Course -
Neutron Scattering 2020

*****************************************************************Applications for 2020 now closed!*****************************************************************

If you are a student in the field of physics, chemistry, material science or biosciences with a BSc (or an equivalent qualification), you are welcome to apply for a this year's online JCNS Laboratory Course - Neutron Scattering, organized by Forschungszentrum Jülich.

Reaktor FRM II

JCNS-Außenstellen

Das JCNS betreibt Neutronenstreuinstrumente an den national und international führenden Neutronenquellen MLZ, ILL und SNS unter dem Dach einer gemeinsamen Strategie.

ESS

Europäische Spallationsquelle (ESS)

2019 soll in Südschweden die weltweit stärkste Neutronenquelle in Betrieb gehen. Das Forschungszentrum Jülich wird mit dabei sein.

HBS

Hochbrilliante beschleunigerbasierte Neutronenquelle (HBS)

Die hochbrilliante beschleunigerbasierte Neutronenquelle HBS stellt eine einzigartige Infrastruktur zur Neutronenanalytik für eine Vielzahl von Wissenschaftsdisziplinen dar.