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The Magnet Lab hosts dozens of seminars on a wide range of scientific topics every year. Most are held in the Tallahassee lab's main seminar room, B101. Scroll down to the bottom of this page for links to seminars of interest at related sites, or browse through our archives for a look at topics covered in previous years.

The lab also sponsors a number of scientific workshops and conferences throughout the year, some on our three campuses, others at various venues across the world. In addition, the lab's Center for Integrating Research & Learning offers activities and workshops throughout the year; find out more about them on our education calendar.

Upcoming Seminars, Workshops & Conferences



"Perspectives on Stress Management and Quench Protection of High-Field Bi-2212 Superconducting Magnet" - Coming Soon  [Abstract]


DATE:Thursday, October 23, 2014
TIME:4:15 PM
SPEAKER:Tengming Shen, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
LOCATION:FSU, Magnet Lab, B101
HOST:David Larbalestier
CONTACT:Charlotte Hall, 850-645-7482,


Experimental constraints and a possible quantum Hall state at ν=5/2 - Coming Soon  [Abstract]


DATE:Friday, October 24, 2014
TIME:3:00 PM
SPEAKER:Dmitri Feldman, Brown University
LOCATION:FSU, Magnet Lab, B101
HOST:Kun Yang, 850/644-5373,
CONTACT:Nita Moore, 850-644-3203,


To Be Announced - Coming Soon


DATE:Friday, October 31, 2014
TIME:3:00 PM
SPEAKER:Abhay Pasupathy, Columbia University
LOCATION:FSU, Magnet Lab, B101
HOST:Vlad Dobrosavljevic, 850/644-5693,
CONTACT:Arshad Javed, 850-644-3665,


Andreev states in single layers of 2H-TaSe2 and 2H-TaS2 crystals probed by scanning tunneling spectroscopy at very low temperature - Coming Soon  [Abstract]


DATE:Friday, November 7, 2014
TIME:11:00 AM
SPEAKER:Jose Galvis, Stanford University
LOCATION:FSU, Magnet Lab, B-101
HOST:Scott Riggs,
CONTACT:Arshad Javed, 644-3665,


Andreev states in single layers of 2H-TaSe2 and 2H-TaS2 crystals Stripe-like nanoscale structural phase separation and the shaping of the superconducting dome in BaPb1−xBixO3 - Coming Soon  [Abstract]


DATE:Friday, November 7, 2014
TIME:3:00 PM
SPEAKER:Paula Giraldo-Gallo, Stanford University
LOCATION:FSU, Magnet Lab, B-101
HOST:Scott Riggs,
CONTACT:Arshad Javed, 644-3665,


“Topological Edges and Defects of Quantized Hall States in Graphene” - Coming Soon  [Abstract]


DATE:Friday, November 14, 2014
TIME:3:00 PM
SPEAKER:Herb Fertig, Indiana University, Bloomington
LOCATION:FSU, Magnet Lab, B101
HOST:Oskar Vafek, 850/644-0848,
CONTACT:Arshad Javed, 850-644-3665,


Domain Topology and Color Theorems - Coming Soon  [Abstract]


DATE:Friday, November 21, 2014
TIME:3:00 PM
SPEAKER:Sang-Wook Cheong, Rutgers University
LOCATION:FSU, Magnet Lab, B101
HOST:Dragana Popovic, 850/644-3913,
CONTACT:Arshad Javed, 850-644-3665,


To Be Announced - Coming Soon


DATE:Friday, December 5, 2014
TIME:3:00 PM
SPEAKER:Alex Seidel, Washington University, St. Louis
LOCATION:FSU, Magnet Lab, B101
HOST:Kun Yang, 850/644-5373,
CONTACT:Arshad Javed, 850-644-3665,


New Trends in Frustrated Magnetism - Coming Soon  [Info]


DATE:January 5 - 9, 2015
TITLE:New Trends in Frustrated Magnetism
LOCATION:FSU, NHMFL
VENUE:B-101
HOST:Cristian Batista
CONTACT:Arshad Javed, 850-644-3665,
CONTACT:Alison Johnson, 850-644-3203,
URL:http://www.magnet.fsu.edu/mediacenter/seminars/winterschool/2015/index.html


Quantum Phase Transition in Graphene at the particle-hole symmetric point - Coming Soon  [Abstract]


DATE:Friday, January 16, 2015
TIME:3:00 PM
SPEAKER:Ganpathy Murthy, University of Kentucky
LOCATION:FSU, Magnet Lab, B101
HOST:Kun Yang, 850/644-5373,
CONTACT:Arshad Javed, 850-644-3665,



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