High magnetic fields are used in Material Science, Nanotechnology, Chemistry, and Life Sciences. The magnetic field can be used as an analytic method to determine electronic properties of materials, find atomic positions in molecules or to obtain images of the internal structure of living beings. It also serves to produce new states of matter, in, e.g. quantum Hall Effect devices, quantum materials, or nanostructures. Nobel prizes related to high magnetic field have been listed in Oportunities in High Magnetic Field Science to be around 19, including prizes in Medicine (2003), Physics (2003) and Chemistry (2002). In later years, A. Geim and K. Novoselov (Fig. 1) discovered some of the peculiar properties of graphene in high magnetic field measurements (Fig. 1b, see http://onnes.ph.man.ac.uk/nano/Publications/Naturemat_2007Review.pdf).