Henrik M. Rønnow

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Associate Professor

henrik.ronnow@epfl.ch +41 21 693 03 29 http://lqm.epfl.ch

Citizenship : Danish

Birth date : 05.01.1974

PH D2 455 (Bâtiment PH)
Station 3
CH-1015 Lausanne

Web site: Web site: https://lqm.epfl.ch/

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PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Physics


Solid state physics I

This lecture gives an introduction to Solid State Physics, namely to their crystal and electronic structure, their magnetic properties, as well as to their thermal and electric conductance. The level is that of the book by Ashcroft & Mermin. The lecture is for Physics Students in their 3rd year

Magnetism in materials

The lectures will provide an introduction to magnetism in materials, covering fundamentals of spin and orbital degrees of freedom, interactions between moments and some typical ordering patterns. Selected experimental techniques and their application in current research will be presented.

Neutron Scattering - Theory and Applications

Neutron scattering is one of the most powerful and versatile experimental methods to study the structure and dynamics of materials on the nanometer scale. This course covers basic theory, instrumentation and scientific applications.