Constructing the world strongest magnet for neutron research

26 tesla

In 2007 the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin set out to build a unique hybrid magnet with a resistive and a superconducting coil. They looked for the best experts and partners in order to construct the world strongest magnet for neutron scattering. This magnet is now up and running, producing  magnetic field up to 26 Tesla.
Get a glimpse into the process of planning and construction, listen to the experts who participated and enjoy beautiful technology!