The MagLab is funded by the National Science Foundation and the State of Florida.
The MagLab has seven user facilities located across our three campuses. Every year more than 1,800 researchers use our facilities - most at no cost to them - and publish more than 400 peer-reviewed publications.
Special resources are available to users, including access to our highly experienced support staff, customized tools, training, financial support, housing assistance and more.
Magnet time is awarded via a competitive proposal process. See who is scheduled on magnet systems across the lab.
Find answers to common questions about applying for magnet time, preparing for experiments and other practical user information.
Data Management Plans
Learn more about the MagLab's data management, including plans specific to each facility.
Planning your Experiments
Request Magnet Time
Want to use high magnetic fields to elevate your research? Learn how to submit a proposal to get access to the world’s highest field magnets free of charge.
Doing Your Experiment
MagLab researchers understand how high magnetic fields lead to big discoveries, whether it’s our robust in-house research teams
or the more than one-thousand visiting scientists who conduct experiments here annually.
High field research answers fundamental questions on materials and new technology, energy, health, and the environment, helping to create a brighter future
Peruse the more than 400 MagLab publications a year in peer-reviewed journals and the other published products that result from research conducted here.
The most promising and cutting-edge research summarized from around the lab.
The MagLab is home to the Magnet Science & Technology (MS&T) group and the Applied Superconductivity Center (ASC). Together, these groups work to develop powerful magnet technology and the strongest superconducting magnets in the world.
See the specs for the upcoming magnets in development now at the MagLab.
Probes make high field science possible. Learn more about the new probes under development at the lab.
Magnet Science & Technology
Applied Superconductivity Center
The MagLab has a strong commitment to education, providing programming across all academic levels: K-12, technical, undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral.
Our experienced educators use their experience in the classroom to inform research on barriers for women and underrepresented minorities in STEM.
News & Events
Read our latest news and features stories, watch a quick video, or see upcoming events.
MagLab in the News
Our facility and the science that happens here earns coverage by journalists around the world.
The largest and highest-powered magnet lab in the world, the National MagLab hosts
more than a thousand visiting scientists a year. Researchers use our facilities for free,
advancing understanding of materials and new technology, energy, health, the environment, and even the universe.
Around the Lab
Contact & Connect
Stay in touch with the MagLab and sign up to receive monthly updates about our cutting edge research, events, and educational activities.
Visit the Lab
Plan a visit to the world's largest and highest-powered magnet lab?
MagLab considers safety a core value, with a comprehensive set of programs designed to ensure the safest possible conditions for faculty, staff, users, and visitors.
Facts & Figures
The National MagLab is proudly funded by the National Science Foundation and the State of Florida making all taxpayers stakeholders in our science.
Some of the strongest magnets in the world, including resistive, pulsed, superconducting and hybrid.
From research positions in physics, engineering, chemistry, biology and more, to positions on our lab wide support teams, we offer exciting career opportunities.
Want to join Team Tesla and work at the MagLab? Check out these open faculty, postdoc and staff positions.
We believe different ideas and perspectives are key to innovation. Learn how we are working to develop a diverse workforce across our lab..
Life at the Lab
What’s it really like to work at the MagLab? Learn more about the amenities, community and quality of life at our three sites.
MagLab employees enjoy competitive benefit packages and other perks.
Looking for a specific contact at the National MagLab, try our staff search.
Meet our Scientists/Staff
Our scientists have rich stories and backgrounds. Get to know some of them deeper.
Mentorship is a way of life at the MagLab. Learn about formal and informal mentorship programs nurturing our next generation of employees.
Made up of representatives from academia, government and industry, this committee offers advice on matters critical to the successful management of the lab.
University of California, Los Angeles
Department of Physics and Astronomy
475 Portola Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1547
E-mail: Stuart Brown
University of Georgia
Phone: 706- 542-7146
E-mail: Franklin Leach
Magnets, Superconductors and Cryostats
CH-1211 Geneva 23, Switzerland
E-mail: Luca Bottura
Bruker OST LLC
600 Milik Street
Carteret, NJ 07008
E-mail: Jeff Parrell
Department of Chemistry
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616
E-mail: R. David Britt
University of Minnesota
Center for Magnetic Resonance Research
2021 6th Street S.E., 1-211E CMRR
Minneapolis, MN 55455
E-mail: Wei Chen
NW 14 - 3220, 77 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02139
E-mail: Robert Griffin
University of Michigan
930 North University Ave
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1055
E-mail: Kristina Hakansson
University of California, Santa Barbara
552 University Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
E-mail: Songi Han
Rm. 120 ChB
1151 Richmond Street
London, Ontario, Canada, N6A 5B7
Phone: 519-661-2166 ext 83122
E-mail: Yining Huang
Swedish National Infrastructure for Biological Mass Spectrometry (BioMS)
Center of Excellence in Biological and Medical Mass Spectrometry (CEBMMS)
Institute for Clinical Sciences-Lund
Barngatan 2B, Skånes universitetssjukhus
223 62 Lund, Sweden
E-mail: Carol Nilsson
University of Delaware
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
036 Brown Laboratory
Newark, DE 19716
E-mail: Tatyana Polenova
Iowa State University
2416 Pammel Dr
Ames, IA 50011-2416
E-mail: Marek Pruski
University of Utah
115 S. 1400 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0803
E-mail: Christoph Boehme
City College of New York
Condensed Matter Physics
920 Pupin Hall, Mail Code: 9349
New York, NY 10027
E-mail: Cory Dean
Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials
Dept. of Applied Physics
McCullough Bldg. Rm 364
476 Lomita Mall
E-mail: Ian R. Fisher
The Ohio State University
2000 Physics Research Building Lab 121&127/179/1155
191 West Woodruff Ave
Columbus, OH 43210
E-mail: Chris Hammel
Email: Ni Ni
California Institute of Technology
103-33 114-36, Condensed Matter Physics
1200 E. California Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91125
Phone: 626-395-4313 (w)
Email: Nai-Chang Yeh
American Physical Society
1 Physics Ellipse
College Park, MD 20740-3844
E-mail: Jonathan Bagger
Applied and Engineering Physics
271 Clark Hall, Room 201
142 Sciences Drive
Ithaca, NY 14853-3501
E-mail: Joel Brock
University of California, Berkeley
366 Physics North MC 7300
Berkeley, CA 94720-7300
E-mail: Roger Falcone
Argonne National Laboratory
Bldg. 223, M-131
Lemont, IL 60439
Email: Michael R. Norman
US Department of Energy
1000 Independence Ave SW SC-25
Washington, DC 20585-1290
E-mail: Bruce P. Strauss
University of Tennessee Knoxville
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
401 Nielsen Physics Building
1408 Circle Drive
Knoxville, TN 37996-1200
E-mail: Alan Tennant
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Last modified on 04 December 2023