The annual report of the laboratory showcases the programs and activities underway at the MagLabs three sites — FSU, UF and LANL. In addition, at the end of each year, users and faculty submit research reports (one-page abstracts) of their research. In 2012, 415 reports were received and all reports are available to the public online (see below).
The 2012 Annual Report
The 2012 Annual Report includes:
The Year in Review, by Director Greg Boebinger
Reports, science highlights, and statistics from the labs seven user facilities
Summaries from the magnet engineering and materials groups
Results from the 2012 User Collaboration Grants Program solicitation
Reports on the activities of the Diversity Program of the laboratory and the NHMFL Center for Integrating Research & Learning
Information on management and administration
A recap of our industrial partnerships and collaborations
Lists of publications and other products of MagLab users and faculty
To view the report, choose one of the following options:
At the end of each year, Magnet Lab users and faculty at FSU, UF and LANL submit brief abstracts of their experiments, research and scholarly endeavors. All of the research reports since 2004 are readily available here. Use the search below to find reports by any author on the report or by any word that might appear within the report.
In addition, reports from 2004 to 2012 are searchable by facility, category, first author, principal investigator, report number, and title. Zip files are available for all reports for the different facilities and for the different categories. For 2003 and earlier, the database provides lists of report titles but not the reports themselves. If you are interested in seeing copies, please contact Anke Toth, Chief of Staff for Users Programs.
Please use the drop-down menus below to review these reports.
Some of the hundreds of articles published in scientific journals by Magnet Lab-affiliated scientists and engineers every year are available through our central Publications and Scientific Activities Database. This database, which serves up citations by author, keyword, title, facility, department or year, is of particular interest to the scientific community.
For more information contact User Programs Chief of Staff Anke Toth.