Tallahassee Company MagCorp to Partner with National MagLab.

The 2020 class included the following Leon County students.

2020

StudentsResearch AreaMentors
Selena Humayun (Swift Creek Middle) and Khamari Williams (Florida A&M University School) Building an efficient DC Motor Elizabeth Green
Alisa Gubanova (Florida State University School) and Jonjon She (Deerlake Middle) Optimization of Electromagnets using different materials Daniel Davis
Blake Rehbein (Tallahassee School of Math and Science) and Kayla Washington (Gadsden Elementary Magnet School) Coding Physics Dmitry Semenov
Anthony Jimenez (Fort Braden School) and Toshmon Stevens II (Raa Middle) Everyday Materials: Microstructural Analysis Abiola Oloye
Carter Brazzell (School of Arts and Sciences) and Corrin Hobbs (Florida A&M University School) Comparing the Motility of Salmonella typhimurium Before and After Ingesting Iron Jamel Ali & Saliya Grandison
Sagar Bhat (Fairview Middle), Nishi Bhanderi (Maclay) , and Liliana Vizcarrondo (Montford Middle) Quantum Computing Paul Eugenio
Samitha Balireddy (Fairview Middle) and Nicole Beam (Swift Creek Middle) Exploration of Ultra-Low-Noise DC Power Supply Guangxin Ni and Christina Schiffert
Sofia Evers (Maclay) and Viswa Janapati (Fairview Middle) Classification of Unknown Materials using the Experimental Method Robert Walsh

New research finds evidence that Earth's water originated in asteroids.

Three non-destructive testing methods are developed for inspection of high strength, high conductivity wires which are used to wind ultra-high field pulsed magnets at the National MagLab. We expect the lifetime of future magnets to exceed those of past magnets due to these improvements in quality control.

Physics does not yet know why copper-based superconductors (cuprates) conduct electrical current without dissipation at unprecedentedly high temperatures. Ultra high magnetic fields are used here to suppress superconductivity in a cuprate near absolute zero temperature, revealing an underlying transition to an electronic phase that might be the cause of the superconductivity.

An exciting advance of interest to future molecular-scale information storage. By using the uniquely high frequency Electron Magnetic Resonance techniques available at the MagLab, researchers have found single molecule magnets that feature direct metal orbital overlap (instead of weak superexchange interactions), resulting in behavior similar to metallic feromagnets that is far more suitable to future technologies than previous molecular magnets.

The MagLab is committed to ensuring that data taken on our world-unique instruments are shared in alignment with FAIR data principles (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) to benefit the entire scientific community.

Beginning in February 2021, the MagLab released a new pdfFAIR Data Management Plan that features new initiatives to ensure broad distribution and access to high field data:

  • Users will be asked to complete a FAIR Data Management form during their request for magnet time to share how they plan to archive and share the data they take at the MagLab in a way that aligns with FAIR principles.
  • All data taken at the MagLab on MagLab computers will be archived and users who take data on their own computers will either provide us with a copy to archive or share their plans for how they will archive their data themselves.
  • The MagLab's publication database now offers a new field for users to provide a link to their data sets. These publicly-accessible data sets will display in publication search results
  • Software developed for data acquisition or analysis is openly available on our website for reuse in accordance with FAIR principles.
  • Users are encouraged to leverage the use of Open Science Framework (OSF) at this time as the lab considers broader adoption of OSF as a project management and data sharing platform between MagLab facilities and external users.

We are leveraging the experience and expertise of many FAIR data partners, including the National Science Foundation, FSU Libraries, FSU's Interdisciplinary Data Science Master's Degree Program, UF's Big New Data Initiative and the LANL Library.

These are our first steps into the new FAIR data space, but our lab looks forward to engaging with our user community, host institutions, funding agencies and other stakeholders as we work to ensure findability, accessibility, interoperability, and reusability of all MagLab data.

FAIR Data Management Plans

The MagLab-wide plan details data management practices across all MagLab facilities and for all users: pdfMagLab-wide User FAIR Data Management Plan.

This broad plan is supplemented by User Facility DMPs that offer additional details specific to each facility and the practices of their unique user communities. Users are welcome to leverage MagLab DMPs and resources in preparation of their own individual funding proposals.

Latest FAIR Highlights

Title: MagLab FAIR Data Empowers 'Data Users'

Facility: Ion Cyclotron Resonance (21 T FT-ICR)

Original Publication: Journal of Proteome Research 2017 16 (2), 1087-1096 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jproteome.6b00696

FAIR Data Set: Mass Spectrometry Interactive Virtual Environment (MassIVE) repository;Accession Number (ID) MSV000079978

Events

2021 FAIR Data User Workshop - National MagLab

You've probably heard of people having MRIs, but what would fruits & veggies look like imaged by a powerful magnet? Try your hand at our new guessing game to put your mind to the test.

The science fun moves online with live virtual sessions, video demos, all-access virtual tours and online games.