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Condensed Matter Physics Group

Mesoscopic Superconductivity

Hall probe with Al disks on top


We developed a pioneering technique named ballistic Hall magnetometry, which allowed magnetisation measurements of individual superconductors of submicron size. This work has led to a number of surprising and counter-intuitive observations, such as giant, fractional and “negative” vortices and the paramagnetic Meissner effect.







Mesoscopic Superconductivity

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