Tsukuba Magnet Laboratory
Tsukuba Magnet Laboratory (TML) is one of the largest high magnetic field facilities in the world. TML is capable of generating highest steady magnetic field and is engaged in the development of technology utilizing magnetic fields.
Since TML was established in 1993, magnets have been available to external researchers.
A team led by Dr. Shinji Matsumoto, a Senior Researcher of the Magnet Development Group, succeeded in generating a magnetic field of 24.0 tesla, which set a new world's record for the highest magnetic field with a superconducting magnet.
A New Operation Principle for Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Quantum Computers
Dr. Atsushi Goto (Senior Researcher of the High Field NMR Group, Nano Characterization Unit) and his co-workers discovered a new operation principle for a "solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) quantum computer," which is one of the most advanced testbeds for "quantum computation".
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