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Below is a list of current and upcoming users of the MagLab’s user facilities. To filter this list by facility, please use the dropdown menu at right.

Notes on the below table:

  • An asterisk (*) indicates users working on site.
  • The following system is used to indicate the status of the experimenter: S = Senior Personnel; P = Postdoc; G = Graduate Student; U = Undergraduate Student; T = Technician, programmer
  • The name of the principal investigator appears in red followed by the acronym (PI)
  • For experiments conducted at the MagLab’s AMRIS facility, please contact facility director Joanna Long.
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Current & Upcoming Experiments

Dates

Facility

Instruments

Experiment

Users

8/25/2014
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8/29/2014
DC Field 35 T, 32mm bore, Top-loading cryostat (Cell 12) Critical current density of photon irradiated iron chalcognide films Qiang Li(PI)(S), Brookhaven National Lab, Weidong Si*, Brookhaven National Laboratory(S), Jan Jaroszynski*, NHMFL(S), Toshinori Ozaki*, Brookhaven National Laboratory(P)
8/25/2014
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8/29/2014
DC Field 45 T, 32mm bore Hybrid (Cell 15) CeIn3 Fermi surface above 2 GPa (antiferromagnetic and paramagnetic) Stan Tozer*(PI)(S), NHMFL, Jason Cooley, Alloy Design and Development Team, MST-6(S), Eric Palm*, NHMFL-FSU(S), Tim Murphy*, NHMFL(S), David Graf*, Florida State University(S), Ju-Hyun Park*, NHMFL(S), William Coniglio*, NHMFL-FSU(P), William Coniglio*, NHMFL-FSU(P)
8/25/2014
to
8/29/2014
DC Field 31 T, 50mm bore, Top-loading cryostat (Cell 9) Transport measurement of 2D hole systems in wide GaAs quantum wells Mansour Shayegan(PI)(S), Princeton University, Dobromir Kamburov, Princeton University(G), Yang Liu, Princeton University(G), Mueed M.A.*, Princeton University(G), Sukret Hasdemir*, Princeton University(G), Hao Deng, Princeton University(G), Insun Jo*, Princeton University(P)
8/18/2014
to
8/29/2014
Pulsed Field 65T Multi shot (25 mS) Transport measurement on (Bi1-xSbx)2Te3 thin films Yayu Wang(PI)(S), Tsinghua University, Ross McDonald*, NHMFL - LANL(S), Zuocheng Zhang*, Tsinghua University(G), Zengwei Zhu, Los Alamos National lab(P)
8/25/2014
to
8/29/2014
Pulsed Field 65T Multi shot (25 mS) BiFeO3 Vivien Zapf*(PI)(S), NHMFL-LANL, Quanxi Jia, Mpa-cint: center for integrated nanotechnologies(S), Michael Fitzsimmons, Los Alamos National Laboratory(S), Shalinee Chikara*, University of Kentucky(G), Marcus Weigand, STC(P), Aiping Chen, LANL(P)
8/25/2014
to
8/29/2014
Pulsed Field 14T PPMS Magnetization measurements of uranium dioxide single crystals Krzysztof Gofryk(PI)(S), Idaho National Laboratory, Marcelo Jaime*, MPA-CMMS(S)
8/26/2014
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8/30/2014
NMR 300 MHz, 89 mm bore, 7 T VT 1H T2 experiments in Random Copolymers Rufina Alamo*(PI)(S), FAMU/FSU College of Engineering, Riqiang Fu*, NHMFL(S)
8/26/2014
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8/30/2014
NMR 300 MHz, 89 mm bore, 7 T VT 1H T2 experiments in Random Copolymers Rufina Alamo*(PI)(S), FAMU/FSU College of Engineering, Riqiang Fu*, NHMFL(S)
8/28/2014
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8/30/2014
NMR 900 MHz, 105 mm bore, 21.1 T VT 17O MAS of 2-chloro-nicotinic acid Gang Wu(PI)(S), Queen's University, Ivan Hung*, NHMFL(P), Zhehong Gan*, Florida State University(S)
7/10/2014
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8/30/2014
High B/T Bay 2 (UF Microkelvin Lab.): 0.02 mK, 8 T) Test and calibration Wei Pan*(PI)(S), Sandia National Labatories, Daniel Tsui, Princeton University(S), Jian-sheng Xia*, University of Florida(S), James Sturm*, Princeton University(S)
8/25/2014
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8/31/2014
NMR 830 MHz, 31 mm bore, 19.6 T Imaging Lithium Rechargeable Batteries by STRAFI Riqiang Fu*(PI)(S), NHMFL, Jin Jung Kweon*, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory(P), Naresh Dalal, Florida St. University(S), Jim Zheng, Florida State University - FAMU-FSU College of Engineering(S), Yong Yang, Xiamen University(S)
8/1/2014
to
8/31/2014
NMR 600 MHz, 52 mm bore, 14 T R2-CPMG relaxation dispersion experiments. Elan Eisenmesser(PI)(S), University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Fengli Zhang*, NHMFL(S)
8/23/2014
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8/31/2014
NMR 600 MHz, 89 mm bore, 14 T #2 DARR Experiments of M2FL in Lipid Bilayers Tim Cross(PI)(S), Florida State University, Huajun Qin, Florida State University(T), Yimin Miao, NHMFL(G), Riqiang Fu, NHMFL(S), Tzu-chun Tang, NMR(P), E. Vindana Ekanayake*, Florida State Unversity(G)
8/25/2014
to
9/1/2014
DC Field 18/20 T Superconductor with dilution refrigerator (SCM-1) Interplay of Magnetism and Topological Phases - Low Temperature Joseph Checkelsky*(PI)(S), MIT, Takehito Suzuki*, Massachusetts Institute of Technology(P), Aravind Devarakonda*, Massachusetts Institute of Technology(G)
8/25/2014
to
9/1/2014
DC Field 18/20 T Superconductor, general purpose (SCM-2) Dielectric constant and polarization measurements of Co4Nb2O9 single crystals Eun Sang Choi*(PI)(S), NHMFL, Haidong Zhou, University of Tennessee(S), Minseong Lee*, Florida State Unversity(G)
8/31/2014
to
9/1/2014
NMR 900 MHz, 105 mm bore, 21.1 T battery NMR Hailong Chen(PI)(S), Georgia Institute of Technology, Jianping Zheng, FSU(S), Annadanesh Shellikeri *, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering(G), Daniel Hallinan, Florida State University(S), Lisa Hall, Ohio State University(S), Srinivasan Chandrashekar*, NHMFL(S)
8/11/2014
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9/5/2014
Pulsed Field 65T Multi shot (25 mS) Calibration of cernox calorimeter Scott Riggs*(PI)(P), NHMFL, Jonathon Kemper, Florida State University(G), Mark Wartenbe*, FSU(G), Ross McDonald*, NHMFL - LANL(S)
9/2/2014
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9/5/2014
DC Field 25 T, split bore (Cell 5) Terahertz Time-domain spectroscopy of 2DEG's in the Split Helix David Hilton(PI)(S), University of Alabama-Birmingham, Takahisa Tokumoto*, University of Alabama at Birmingham(P), Stephen McGill*, NHMFL(S), Jeremy Curtis*, University of Alabama at Birmingham(G), Luke McClintock*, The University of Alabama at Birmingham (U)
9/2/2014
to
9/5/2014
DC Field 31 T, 50mm bore, Top-loading cryostat (Cell 9) Quantum oscillations from surface states of a 3D Topological insulator with Corbino geometry Yong Chen(PI)(S), Purdue University, Yang Xu*, Purdue University(G), Jifa Tian*, Purdue University(P), Ireneusz Miotkowski, Purdue University(S)
9/2/2014
to
9/5/2014
DC Field 35 T, 32mm bore (Cell 8) IR study of magneto-plasmons in graphene Phaedon Avouris(PI)(S), IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, Hugen Yan, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center(P)
9/2/2014
to
9/5/2014
DC Field 35 T, 32mm bore, Top-loading cryostat (Cell 12) Quantum oscillation measurements of a novel non-centrosymmetric superconductor Naoki Kikugawa*(PI)(S), National Institute for Materials Science, James Brooks*, Florida State University(S), Andhika Kiswandhi*, Florida State University(G), Eun Sang Choi*, NHMFL(S)
9/2/2014
to
9/5/2014
Pulsed Field 65T Multi shot (25 mS) BiFeO3 Vivien Zapf*(PI)(S), NHMFL-LANL, Quanxi Jia, Mpa-cint: center for integrated nanotechnologies(S), Michael Fitzsimmons, Los Alamos National Laboratory(S), Shalinee Chikara*, University of Kentucky(G), Marcus Weigand, STC(P), Aiping Chen, LANL(P)
9/2/2014
to
9/5/2014
NMR 900 MHz, 105 mm bore, 21.1 T VT 17O MAS of 2-chloro-nicotinic acid Gang Wu(PI)(S), Queen's University, Ivan Hung*, NHMFL(P), Zhehong Gan*, Florida State University(S)
9/6/2014
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9/7/2014
NMR 900 MHz, 105 mm bore, 21.1 T Ex Vivo imaging of pancreatic tumors with Gold-Gd nanoparticels Edward Agyare(PI)(S), Florida A & M, Samuel Grant, Florida State University & The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory(S), Jens Rosenberg*, NHMFL(P)
8/25/2014
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9/7/2014
DC Field 17.5 T Superconductor for optical measurements (SCM-3) Cooling of Hot-Carriers with Landau levels in Graphene Xiaodong Xu(PI)(S), University of Washington, Grant Aivazian, University of Washington(G), Zhiqiang Li*, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory(S), Helin Cao*, University of Washington(P), sanfeng wu*, University of Washington(G)
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