User Facilities

Diverse Group of Users

MagLab users work across our seven facilities and are at different points in their careers. About 24% of student users and 23% of postdoc users are female.

Charts about MagLab users

DC Field Facility

User Luisa Chiesa of Tufts University School of Engineering.

User Luisa Chiesa of Tufts University School of Engineering.

Pulsed Field Facility

Frequent user Janice Musfeldt of the University of Tennessee with her research team.

Janice Musfeldt of the University of Tennessee with her research team.

NMR-MRI/S

Users Eduard Chekmenev (Vanderbilt University), left, and Michael Harrington (Huntington Medical Research Institute) do migraine research using the 900 MHz 105 mm NMR magnet.

Scientists using the 900 MHz 105 mm NMR magnet.

Ion Cyclotron Resonance Facility

User Jonathan Putnam reviews data from an experiment.

User Jonathan Putnam reviews data from an experiment.

AMRIS

Viewing images obtained with the 4.7 tesla MRI scanner at the Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy Facility at the University of Florida in Gainesville.

Viewing images obtained with the 4.7 tesla MRI scanner at the Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy Facility  at the University of Florida in Gainesville.

Electron Magnetic Resonance Facility

User Klaus-Peter Dinse from the Freie Universitat Berlin with the transmission spectrometer.

User Klaus-Peter Dinse

High B/T Facility

This facility is for scientists who wish to conduct experiments in high magnetic fields (up to 15 tesla) and at very low temperatures (down to 0.4 mK) simultaneously.

16.5 tesla magnet in High B/T Facility.

Every year more than 1,400 scientists and engineers use our facilities — most at no cost to them — and publish more than 400 peer-reviewed publications annually. Graduate students and Nobel laureates, researchers from academia and the corporate world, they travel from across the globe for a chance to work with unique, world-record instruments and experienced staff. The MagLab exists for these users to conduct cutting-edge research that expands the boundaries of scientific knowledge.

Facility Directors

  • AMRIS

    Joanna Long
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    P: (352) 846-1506
  • DC FIELD FACILITY

    Tim Murphy
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    P: (850) 644-0682
  • EMR

    Steve Hill
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    P: (850) 644-1647
  • HIGH B/T

    Neil Sullivan
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    P: (352) 846-3137
  • ICR

    Chris Hendrickson
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    P: (850) 644-0648
  • NMR-MRI/S

    Tim Cross
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    P: (850) 644-0917
  • PULSED FIELD FACILITY

    Chuck Mielke
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    P: (505) 665-1500
    Jonathan Betts
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    P: (505) 667-6039

Researchers visiting the lab investigate interdisciplinary scientific problems, exploring promising new materials, pressing global energy problems and our understanding of the biochemistry that underlies living things.

The MagLab has seven user facilities located across our three campuses. Find out more about these facilities and the research conducted there by using the faciilties links at left.

Dozens of high-field and resonance measurement techniques are available at the lab, and our dedicated team of user support scientists work with visiting scientists to develop and apply these techniques in our magnets and spectrometers.

The lab offers a wide array of resources to our users, including a deeply experienced support staff, customized tools, training, funding opportunities, accommodations coordination and more. Please use the User Resources links at left to find out more.

The lab also has a number of important in-house research groups that complement the user facilities through development of new techniques and equipments.



For more information, consult the Facility Director list on this page or use the page navigation to explore facilities.

Last modified on 7 May 2015