The destructive magnets at ISSP can generate magnetic fields up to 1200 T, providing a unique opportunity to measure several physical properties of materials in magnetic field regions exceeding 100 T. The non-destructive magnets at ISSP have been used for various high precision measurements in magnetic fields up to 75 T. The following is a list of possible experiments in magnetic fields generated by each magnet. Before applying to a joint research project, please contact the person in charge of the experiment (written in the brackets below). If you are not sure who is in charge, please contact here.

Destructive Magnets

Types of MagnetsAbbreviationMaximum FieldPulse Duration1 (us)Pulse Duration2 (us)Pulse Duration3 (us)Pulse Duration4 (us)comments
Veritical Single-turn CoilVSTC130342
Horizantal Single-turn CoilHSTC200351
2MJ Electromagnetic Flux Compression2MJ-EMFC40042402
5MJ Electromagnetic Flux Compression5MJ-EMFC100048453The pulse duration depends on charging voltage

Non-destructive Magnets

Several other measurements are under development. Please contact here if you have any request for the other experiments.


Kindo GroupAvailable experiments
magnetization (< 75 T)
magnetoresistance (< 60 T)
magnetic torque (< 60 T)
magnetocaloric effect (< 60 T)
specific heat (< 60 T)
Contact: Prof. Koichi
Matsuda GroupAvailable experiments
Faraday rotation(< 600 T)
FBG Magnetostriction(< 600 T)
Magnetization(< 150 T)
RF magnetoresistance(< 600 T)
Cyclotron resonance(< 600 T)
Spectroscopy in the visible region(< 600 T)
Contact: Prof. Yasuhiro
Tokunaga GroupAvailable experiments
magnetization (< 60 T)
magnetoresistance (< 60 T)
electric polarization (< 60 T)
magnetic torque (< 60 T)
magnetostriction (< 60 T)
imaging (< 35 T)
Contact: Prof. Masashi
Kohama GroupAvailable experiments
Magnetooptics (< 200 T)
Magnetoresistance (< 200 T)
Ultrasound (<150 T)
Magnetic torque (<60 T)
Magnetocaloric effect (< 60 T)
Specific heat (< 60 T)
Contact: Prof. Yoshimitsu

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