The BigMag workshop at UCSB was held to people's interest and the scope of scientific output that could be possible by moving to higher magnetic fields (on the order of 30 T) in terms of condensed matter physics, magnet development, magnetic resonance, ect.

Nearly 100 people were in attendance, primarily from academia around the world, but there was a solid industry presence as well, specifically those who are involved in these types of industries and those associated with national labratories from the US, the EU, and China. The primary focus of this workshop was openning discussions and networking with those who use or will be interested in using high magnetic fields. Our PETER project members Richard Wylde and Alisa Leavesley (TK, UK) worked on communicating the project throughout the discussion. 

More information: BigMag Workshop homepage

Our PETER project results by Lorenzo Tesi and PETER published in Small Methods. 30 times better SNR. Potentially 7500.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 767227.