Pulsed Field Advisory Sub-Committee

* Member of Users Executive Committee

  • Adam Aczel
  • Adam Aczel
    Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    Neutron Scattering Division
    1 Bethel Valley Rd.
    Oak Ridge, TN 37831
    Phone: 865-978-0118
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    Research Interest: I study strongly-correlated electron systems, with a current emphasis on frustrated magnetism, long period magnetic structures such as soliton and skyrmion lattices, and 4d/5d transition metal-based magnets with strong spin-orbit coupling. I study these materials primarily with neutron scattering, but I also perform muon spin rotation/relaxation, synchrotron x-ray experiments, and high magnetic field bulk characterization measurements in select cases when these other techniques can provide additional insight into a particular material.
    Term: 1/2019 - 12/2021

  • Nicholas P. Butch
  • Nicholas P. Butch
    NIST Center for Neutron Research
    100 Bureau Drive
    Gaithersburg, MD 20899-6102
    Phone: 301-975-4863
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    Research Interest: Single crystal synthesis techniques: Czochralski, metallic flux, Bridgmann, Commercial and custom-built helium refrigerator systems, low-temperature measurements, Measurements under applied pressure and in high magnetic fields, Neutron and x-ray scattering.
    Term: 1/2017-12/2019

  • Krzysztof Gofryk
  • Krzysztof Gofryk
    Idaho National Laboratory
    Fuel Development and Design
    P.O. Box 1625 MS 3840
    Idaho Falls, ID 83415
    Phone: 208-526-4902
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    Research Interest: Research interests include (but are not limited to) transport and magnetism in actinide-based strongly correlated electron systems (especially at extreme conditions), quantum criticality, heavy fermion physics, spin-orbit coupled systems, and new phases of matter.
    Term: 1/2018-12/2020

  • Pei- Chun Ho
  • Pei- Chun Ho
    California State University, Fresno
    Department of Physics
    2345 E. San Ramon Ave., M/S MH37
    Fresno, CA 93740-8031
    Phone: 559-278-5990
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    Research Interest: Research focuses on low temperature and strongly correlated electron physics, particularly interested in Kondo phenomena, superconductivity, magnetism, and the interplay between superconductivity and magnetism in rare-earth compounds and other novel materials.
    Term: 1/2017-12/2019

  • Jamie Manson
  • Jamie Manson*
    Eastern Washington University
    Chemistry Department
    Science Building, SCI 202A
    Cheney, WA 99004
    Phone: 509-359-2878
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    Research Interest: Jamie Manson's research involves design, synthesis and detailed characterization of novel molecule-based quantum magnets that present interesting properties. Coordination chemistry and the self-assembly of 1-, 2- and 3-dimensional polymeric networks that feature strong hydrogen bonds. He conducts x-ray studies of new magnets to understand the structure/property relationships.
    Term: 1/2016-12/2018

  • Zhiqiang Mao
  • Zhiqiang Mao
    Department of Physics and Engineering Physics
    Tulane University
    2001 Stern Hall
    New Orleans, LA 70118
    Phone: 504-865-5084
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    Research Interest: Superconductivity, magnetism, quantum transport and topological properties of materials
    Term: 1/2018-12/2020

  • Filip Ronning
  • Filip Ronning
    Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Los Alamos, NM 87545
    Phone: 505-667-7426
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    Research Interest: Filip Ronning received his Ph.D. at Stanford University in 2001 for his angle-resolved photoemission work on cuprates. Subsequently, he did a postdoc at the University of Toronto, performing low-temperature thermal conductivity measurements. In 2003, he moved to Los Alamos National Laboratory where he is currently a staff member in charge of the transport and thermodynamic measurement team. His interests are in strongly correlated materials and unconventional superconductivity.
    Term: 1/2016-12/2018

  • Priscila Rosa
  • Priscila Rosa
    Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Condensed Matter & Magnet Science Group
    Bikini Atoll Road, MS K764
    Los Alamos, NM 87545
    Phone: 505-664-0587
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    Research Interest: My main research interest has been the synthesis and characterization of strongly correlated materials at extremes.
    Term: 1/2019 - 12/2021


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Last modified on 25 July 2018