Updates on user deadlines, achievements and other information.
This year's APS March Meeting will be held in Boston March 4-8, 2019. This meeting is a veritable science smorgasbord, which brings together 11,000 scientists and students from all over the world and includes about 900 contributed sessions with about 120 invited sessions. With such a robust scientific program, don’t miss to search the database of APS talks involving MagLab Users.
Green text - Oral Talk
Red text - Invited/Prize/Award
Purple text - Poster
* Invited Speaker
|DC Field||A07.00010||Stanley, Lily||Magnetotransport in H || c of La1.875Ba0.125CuO4 near the charge order (CO) transition||Dept. of Phys., Natl. High Magnetic Field Lab.|
|DC Field||A08.00004||Bretz-Sullivan, Terence||Gate voltage tunable superconductivity in low-carrier-density SrTiO3||Argonne National Laboratory|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||A10.00010||Agosta, Charles||The FFLO State in Unconventional Superconductors||Clark University|
|DC Field||A15.00004||Liu, Erfu||Direct observation and gate manipulation of dark trions in monolayer WSe2||University of California, Riverside|
|DC Field||A15.00005||Lui, Chun Hung||Observation of trion Rydberg states in monolayer MoSe2||University of California, Riverside|
|EMR||A15.00007||Pistunova, Kateryna||Transport and photoluminescent characterization of high-quality single layer WSe2 devices||Harvard University|
|DC Field, EMR||A15.00009||Li, Zhipeng||Revealing the Unusual Excitonic Complexes in BN Encapsulated Monolayer WSe2||Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute|
|DC Field, EMR||A15.00015||Lu, Zhengguang||Magneto-spectroscopy probe of exciton-electron interactions in monolayer MoSe2||National High Magnetic Field Laboratory|
|EMR||A35.00006||Ramanathan, Chandrasekhar||Suppressing spectral diffusion in phosphorus-doped silicon via optical excitation in high magnetic fields||Physics and Astronomy, Dartmouth College|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||A38.00001||Hughey, Kendall||Structure-property relations in multiferroic [CH3)2NH2]M(HCOO)3 (M=Mn,Co,Ni)||University of Tennessee|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||A38.00008||Clune, Amanda||Magnetic field-temperature phase diagram of the molecule-based multiferroic (NH4)2FeCl5H2O||University of Tennessee|
|Pulsed Field||A39.00013||Kong, Tai||Looking for new layered ferromagnetic semiconductor||Chemistry, Princeton University|
|EMR||A41.00011||Vaidya, Priyanka||Electrical Signal Generation at Magnetic Resonance in Insulating Antiferromagnets||University of Central Florida|
|DC Field||A43.00002||Yankowitz, Matthew*||Tuning flat bands in twisted bilayer graphene with pressure||Columbia University|
|DC Field||B06.00001||Terzic, Jasminka||Magnetic-field-tuned superconducting quantum phase transition in highly overdoped Bi2+xSr2-xCuO6+δ||Department of Physics and National High Magnetic Field Lab, Florida State University|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||B06.00006||Sarkar, Tarapada||Correlation between scale-invariant normal state resistivity and superconductivity in an electron-doped cuprate||University of Maryland, College Park|
|High B/T||B07.00004||Curro, Nicholas||NMR Studies of Nematicity in TmVO4 and TmAsO4||University of California, Davis|
|DC Field||B07.00007||Rosenberg, Elliott||Investigating 4f ferrroquadrupolar phase transitions: local moment realizations of nematicity||Stanford University|
|DC Field||B10.00002||Malinowski, Paul||Suppression of TC in an underdoped iron-based superconductor through uniaxial strain||University of Washington|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||B10.00003||Straquadine, Joshua||Elastoresistivity measurements in a 65 T pulsed magnet on Fe-based superconductors||Stanford University|
|Pulsed Field||B10.00009||Maksimovic, Nikola||Effect of disorder on strange metal transport in a high-temperature superconductor||University of California, Berkeley|
|Pulsed Field||B15.00004||Urbaszek, Bernhard||Interlayer excitons in bilayer MoS2 with strong oscillator strength up to room temperature||CNRS/INSA|
|DC Field||B15.00010||Hone, James*||Quantum Transport in Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Monolayers and Twisted Bilayers||Columbia University|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||B17.00006||Balakirev, Fedor||High Field Magnetotransport in Superconducting Hydrides under Pressure||National High Magnetic Field Lab, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos|
|EMR, Pulsed Field||B38.00003||Manson, Jamie||Low-dimensional quantum magnets supported by non-covalent interactions||Chemistry, Eastern Washington University|
|Pulsed Field||B38.00004||Khan, Mojammel Alam||Magnetism in a novel quasi-2D honeycomb lattice S=3 antiferromagnet.||Argonne National Laboratory|
|DC Field||B39.00008||Stephen, Gregory||Two-band magnetoresistance in spin-filter CrVTiAl||Northeastern University|
|DC Field||B40.00004||Liu, Changjiang||Observation of non-Fermi liquid behaviors on high-mobility LaNiO3||Argonne National Laboratory|
|Pulsed Field||C01.00013||Jo, Na Hyun||Large magneto-elastoresistance in WTe2||Department of physics and astronomy, Iowa State University/Ames Laboratory|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||C04.00007||Zhu, Yanglin||Multiple topologically non-trivial bands in non-centrosymmetric YSn2||Tulane University|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||C07.00002||Helm, Toni||The high-field/high-pressure relationship of magnetic order and nematicity in the heavy fermion superconductor CeRhIn5||High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Helmholtz Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf|
|Pulsed Field||C07.00007||Ronning, Filip||Magnetism and Electronic Correlations in Quasi-1D Kondo Lattices||Los Alamos National Laboratory|
|Pulsed Field||C07.00014||Ho, Pei-Chun||Investigation of Broken Time Reversal Symmetry in the Pr-rich side of Pr1-xNdxOs4Sb12||Physics, California State University, Fresno|
|DC Field||C08.00001||Tranquada, John||Field-induced transitions from superconductors to Bose metal in La1.875Ba0.125CuO4||Brookhaven National Laboratory|
|EMR||C14.00003||Li, Jing||Strongly enhanced Andreev reflection in ultra-transparent NbSe2/ bilayer graphene junctions||National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Los Alamos National Lab|
|DC Field||C33.00004||Burch, Ashlyn||Excitation Dynamics of MoS2 Using Optical Pump-THz Probe Magneto-spectroscopy||Physics, University of Alabama at Birmingham|
|EMR, Pulsed Field||C38.00004||Goddard, Paul*||Spin-1/2 antiferromagnetic chiral chains: the sine-Gordon model and beyond.||Department of Physics, University of Warwick|
|DC Field||C46.00001||Jin, Rongying*||Electrical and Magnetic Properties of PdSb2 and PtBi2 with Multiple Band Degeneracy||Louisiana State University|
|High B/T||C67.00010||Trejo, Orlando||Using the "EasySpin" toolbox in MATLAB to model the magnetism of clusters and chains||Dept. of Physics and NHMFL, University of Florida|
|DC Field||E02.00007||Magill, Brenden||Coherent Phonons and Magnons in Hetero-Epitaxial BTO-BFO Films and Nano-rods||Virginia Tech|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||E03.00014||Ye, Linda||de Haas-van Alphen effect of correlated Dirac states in kagome metal Fe3Sn2||Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Pulsed Field||E08.00001||Welp, Ulrich||Nanocalorimetric Evidence for Nematic Superconductivity in Sr0.1Bi2Se3||Materials Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory|
|DC Field||E08.00014||Sumption, Mike||Increase in Birr and reduction of anisotropy of MgB2 with Dy2O3/C co-doping||Ohio State University|
|DC Field||E09.00006||Neu, Jennifer||Palladium Dependent Superconductivity in the Nb2PdxSe5 System||National High Magnetic Field Laboratory|
|DC Field||E15.00005||Jiang, Shengwei||Electrical control of magnetism in 2D CrI3||Cornell University|
|EMR||E31.00001||Christou, George*||The power of molecular chemistry in nanoscale materials research: from quantum physics properties to water oxidation catalysis||Department of Chemistry, University of Florida|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||F01.00012||Xiang, Ziji||Pulsed field studies of Kondo insulator YbB12||University of Michigan|
|Pulsed Field||F04.00001||Ghimire, Nirmal||Shubnikov-de Haas oscillations of topological metal Pd3Pb||Department of Physics and Astronomy, George Mason University|
|DC Field||F04.00002||Siddiquee, K A M Hasan||Quantum oscillations in topological semimetal candidate CaSn3||University of Central Florida|
|Pulsed Field||F04.00012||Day, James||Microwave electrodynamics of WP2||Stewart Blusson Quantum Matter Institute|
|DC Field||F05.00004||Zheng, WenKai||Approaching the type 2 Dirac point in Co-doped PdTe2||National High Magnetic Field Laboratory|
|Pulsed Field||F05.00009||Ran, Sheng||Spontaneously polarized half-gapped superconductivity in UTe2||University of Maryland, College Park & NIST|
|Pulsed Field||F12.00001||Zhang, Yuanbo*||Electronic properties of correlated two-dimensional materials||Dept. of Physics, Fudan University|
|DC Field, EMR||F14.00007||Jiang, Yuxuan||Probing symmetry breaking in multilayer epitaxial graphene by circularly polarized magneto-infrared spectrscopy||National High Magnetic Field Laboratory|
|Pulsed Field||F15.00011||Stier, Andreas||Optical spectroscopy of excited Rydberg excitons to 65 tesla in monolayer semiconductors||Los Alamos National Laboratory|
|NMR||F34.00004||Pasquali, Matteo*||A better future for fossil hydrocarbons and carbon nanomaterials||Rice University|
|High B/T||F37.00001||Ciomaga Hatnean, Monica*||Search for quantum phases in the rare earth zirconate and hafnate pyrochlore frustrated magnets||Department of Physics, The University of Warwick|
|DC Field, EMR||F38.00009||Marbey, Jonathan||Combined THz and Pulsed EPR studies on a Yb(III) Single Ion Magnet||Florida State University|
|NMR||G70.00132||Hunagund, Shivakumar||A preliminary investigation of large shift in transition temperature (Tc) in Gd5Si3 nanoparticles||Virginia Commonwealth University|
|DC Field, EMR, Pulsed Field||H04.00004||Balicas, Luis*||Fermi Surfaces and Topological Character of Dirac and Weyl Type-II Semimetals as Revealed by the de Haas-van Alphen Effect||National High Magnetic Field Laboratory|
|Pulsed Field||H04.00011||Liu, I-LIn||Electronic structure of the candidate Weyl phase in MoTe2||University of Maryland, College Park|
|DC Field||H08.00004||Baity, Paul||Ground states of striped cuprates at high magnetic fields (H)||Dept. of Phys. & Natl. High Magnetic Field Lab., Florida State Univ.|
|Pulsed Field||H10.00004||Jackson, Daniel||Phase diagram of compressed RbEuFe4As4 and CsEuFe4As4: Coexistence of superconductivity and magnetism||Pulsed Field Facility, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Los Alamos National Lab|
|Pulsed Field||H10.00011||Yuan, Huiqiu||Nodeless superconductivity with broken time reversal symmetry||Center for Correlated Matter/ Department of Physics, Zhejiang University|
|DC Field||H14.00004||Engelke, Rebecca||Magnetotransport in graphene 30-degree quasicrystal||Harvard University|
|DC Field||H14.00009||Werkmeister, Thomas||Graphene Quantum Point Contact for Quantum Hall Interferometry||Applied Physics, Harvard University|
|DC Field, EMR||H15.00007||Wang, Tianmeng||Photocurrent Measurement of Monolayer Transition Metal Dichalcogenides||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute|
|Pulsed Field||H15.00008||Marie, Xavier||Exciton Up-conversion in Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Monolayers||INSA/CNRS|
|DC Field||H15.00012||Yan, Jun||Intrinsic multi-particle bound-state luminescence emission from high-quality monolayer tungsten diselenide||Physics, University of Massachusetts - Amherst|
|NMR||H16.00012||Harada, Jaye||Discovery of Novel Layered Heteroanionic Materials from Pauling’s Rules||Northwestern University|
|Pulsed Field||H33.00001||Chen, Lu||Enhancement of Thermal Conductivity Across the Metal-Insulator Transition in Vanadium Dioxide||Department of Physics, University of Michigan|
|DC Field||H37.00009||Xin, Yizhou||Antiferromagnetic Stripe Order in NaFe1-xCuxAs Single Crystals||Northwestern University|
|EMR||H38.00008||Lee, Inhee||Origin of magneto-crystalline anisotropy underlying 2D ferromagnetism in CrI3 single crystals from ferromagnetic resonance||Ohio State University|
|DC Field, EMR, Pulsed Field||H47.00010||Baumbach, Ryan||Inventing the Future: How to Make Stuff that Can Change the World||National High Magnetic Field Laboratory - Florida State University|
|DC Field||K03.00005||Chong, Su Kong||Landau levels of topological surface states probed by quantum capacitance||Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Utah|
|DC Field||K04.00001||Li, Qiang||Transport Properties in Dirac semimetal ZrTe5||Brookhaven National Laboratory|
|Pulsed Field||K04.00004||Wang, Wudi||Supercurrent oscillations in Weyl Semimetal MoTe2||Princeton University|
|DC Field||K04.00009||Schoenemann, Rico||Fermi surface study of the Weyl type-II semimetal candidate NbIrTe4||National High Magnetic Field Laboratory|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||K04.00013||Ramshaw, Brad*||Quantum limit properties of Weyl semimetals||Cornell University|
|Pulsed Field||K06.00006||Breindel, Alexander||Temperature T vs Os concentration x phase diagram for URu2-xOsxSi2 single crystals||University of California, San Diego|
|DC Field, EMR, Pulsed Field,||K06.00010||Baumbach, Ryan||Complex order above the Kondo Coherence temperature in UPt2Si2 and UCr2Si2||National High Magnetic Field Laboratory and Florida State University|
|DC Field, EMR, Pulsed Field||K06.00011||Lai, You||Possible structural quantum phase transition in UCr2-xRuxSi2||National High Magnetic Field Laboratory|
|Pulsed Field,||K12.00005||Devarakonda, Aravind||Synthesis and characterization of transition metal chalcogenide superlattice compounds||Department of Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|DC Field||K14.00003||Zibrov, Alexander||Direct chemical potential measurements of fractional quantum Hall states in bilayer graphene||University of California, Santa Barbara|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||K14.00004||Che, Shi||Large tunable intrinsic gap in rhombohedral-stacked tetralayer graphene at half filling||Department of Physics, The Ohio State University|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||K14.00011||Zeng, Yihang||Probing exciton condensates in double layer graphene using the corbino geometry||Columbia University|
|DC Field||K17.00001||Deemyad, Shanti*||Physics of Ultra-light Materials Under Pressure: Quantum and isotope effects in lithium metal||University of Utah|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||K17.00006||Grockowiak, Audrey||High pressure, high magnetic fields fermiology studies of YBCO.||Florida State University|
|NMR||K36.00005||Alamo, Rufina*||Crystallization of Precision Polyethylenes||Florida State University|
|DC Field||K37.00003||Steinhardt, William||Investigating the Dynamic Magnetic Properties of Triangular Antiferromagnet YbZnGaO4||Duke University|
|DC Field, EMR||K37.00008||Zvyagin, Sergei||Pressure-tuning of the quantum spin Hamiltonian of a triangular lattice antiferromagnet||Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf|
|Pulsed Field||K38.00004||Goryca, Mateusz*||Thermodynamic "valley noise" in monolayer semiconductors: access to intrinsic valley relaxation timescales||Los Alamos National Laboratory|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||K44.00001||Li, Lu*||Quantum Oscillations in Kondo Insulators||University of Michigan|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||K44.00002||Sebastian, Suchitra*||Fermi surfaces in Kondo insulators||University of Cambridge|
|Pulsed Field||K46.00010||Veit, Michael||Measurement of Helical Edge States in Ultra-thin LaTiO3/SrTiO3 Heterostructures||Stanford University|
|DC Field, EMR||L02.00001||Jiang, Zhigang*||Magneto-infrared Spectroscopy of Topological Materials||Georgia Institute of Technology|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||L02.00002||Hu, Jin||Quantum oscillation evidence of topological semimetal phase in ZrSnTe||University of Arkansas|
|Pulsed Field||L02.00004||Shirer, Kent||Measurements of out-of-plane magnetoresistance in ZrSiS, ZrSiSe, and HfSiS microstructures||Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||L02.00011||Wei, Kaya||Fermi Surfaces of Flat-Band Intermetallic APd3 (A = Pb, Sn)||National High Magnetic Field Laboratory|
|DC Field||L03.00014||Dordevic, Sasa||Cyclotron antiresonance in the topological insulator Bi2Te3 studied in Voigt geometry||The University of Akron|
|DC Field||L15.00013||Niu, Chang||Quantum Transport in N-doped 2D Tellurene||Purdue University|
|EMR||L35.00005||Morley, Gavin||Nitrogen vacancy (NV) centres in diamond for fun and profit||University of Warwick|
|Pulsed Field||L37.00004||Tsirlin, Alexander*||Kitaev iridates in 3D: magnetic and structural instabilities||University of Augsburg|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||L38.00003||Sun, Dan||High pressure and high magnetic field tuning of the S = 1 quantum antiferromagnet system||Los Alamos National Laboratory|
|UF Physics||L38.00004||Meisel, Mark||Pressure-Tuning through the D/J ≈ 1 Quantum Critical Point in an S = 1 Antiferromagnetic Chain||Dept. of Physics and NHMFL, University of Florida|
|Pulsed Field||L38.00006||Williams, Robert||The Magnetocaloric Effect in Exotic Spin Chain Compounds||Physics, University of Warwick|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||L40.00002||Kim, Jae Wook||Topological structural defects and exotic magnetic behaviors in hexagonal TbInO3 and GdInO3||Rutgers University, New Brunswick|
|High B/T||L43.00004||Smet, Jurgen*||Even denominator fractional quantum Hall physics in higher order Landau levels of graphene||Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research|
|EMR||P00.00002||Kim, Philip*||Stacking atomic layers one by one: quest for new materials and physics||Harvard University|
|DC Field||P03.00001||Park, Wan Kyu||Interaction of the Topological Surface States with Spin Excitons in SmB6 – Dependency on the Crystallinity||National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Florida State University|
|DC Field||P04.00009||Xiu, Faxian*||Chiral Landau levels in Weyl semimetal NbAs with multiple topological carriers||Fudan University|
|NMR||P06.00001||Badger, Jackson||Magnetic Ordering Competition Leading to Disorder Betweeen CeIn3 and NdIn3||Department of Chemistry, University of California, Davis|
|Pulsed Field||P07.00003||Park, Joonbum||Effect of reduced sample dimensions on the insulating state of SmB6||Los Alamos National Laboratory|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||P07.00014||Bauer, Eric||Exploration of large anomalous Hall effect and topological Berry curvature in strongly correlated d- and f-electron magnets||Los Alamos National Laboratory|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||P08.00001||Chan, Mun||Fermi-surface morphology and signatures of quantum critical points in the high-Tc cuprate HgBa2CuO4+δ revealed by high-magnetic fields||Los Alamos National Laboratory|
|DC Field||P08.00002||Fang, Yawen||Probing the Fermi surface of Nd-LSCO with angle-dependent magnetoresistance measurements||Physics, Cornell University|
|Pulsed Field||P08.00012||Schreiber, Katherine||Angular Magnetoresistance Measurements as a Probe of the Fermi Surface in Hg1201||Los Alamos National Laboratory|
|DC Field||R01.00014||Deng, Hao||Probing the Melting of Two-dimensional Quantum Wigner Crystal via its Screening Efficiency||Princeton University|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||R14.00004||Chen, Shaowen||Correlated Insulating and Superconducting Phases in Twisted Bilayer Graphene||Columbia University|
|DC Field||R14.00009||Liu, Xiaomeng||Tunable spin-polarized Mott insulator in twisted bilayer-bilayer graphene||Harvard University|
|DC Field||R37.00005||Barry, Kevin||Capacitive Torque Magnetometry: Study of field-induced magnetic transitions and transient states in the Spin-Ice Material Ho2Ti2O7||Physics, Florida State University; NHMFL, Tallahassee, FL, United States|
|DC Field, EMR||R40.00011||Beekman, Christianne||Magnetic phase transitions in thin films of the near-itinerant spinel CoV2O4||Physics and National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Florida State University|
|Pulsed Field||R44.00003||Guo, Chunyu*||Evidence for Weyl fermions in a heavy fermion semimetal YbPtBi||Zhejiang University|
|DC Field||S01.00004||Hao, Zeyu||Interlayer fractional quantum Hall effect in a coupled graphene double-layer||Harvard University|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||S04.00007||Wartenbe, Mark||Plutonium in high magnetic fields.||MST-16, Los Alamos National Laboratory|
|EMR||S12.00009||Takai, Kazuyuki||Effect of High gate-voltage application on the molecular adsorption on Graphene||Hosei University|
|High B/T||S16.00001||Gao, Xuan*||Electron transport in III-VI and IV-VI mono-chalcogenide nanostructures||Case Western Reserve University|
|EMR||S36.00003||Zadrozny, Joseph*||Multifrequency and Chemical Tuning Studies of V(IV) Quantum Spins||Chemistry, Colorado State Univ|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||S38.00008||Weickert, Dagmar||Magnetic superstructures inside the ⅓ and ½ magnetization plateaux in Ba2CoTeO6 revealed by magnetostriction and magnetocaloric effect measurements||National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Florida State University|
|EMR||S43.00002||Drichko, Natalia*||Signatures of quantum dipole liquid in an organic Mott insulator κ-(BEDT-TTF)Hg(SCN)2Br||Johns Hopkins University|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||S44.00004||Modic, Kimberly*||The scale-invariant magnetic anisotropy of RuCl3||Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids|
|Pulsed Field||S46.00009||Suzuki, Yuri*||Emergent Phenomena at Mott Insulator/ Band Insulator Interfaces||Stanford University|
|DC Field||V02.00001||Garg, Uma||Pressure Induced Fermi Surface in Sb2Se3||Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee|
|DC Field||V02.00003||Chapai, Ramakanta||Observation of Quantum Oscillations in PdTe2 Single Crystals||Louisiana State University|
|Pulsed Field||V03.00008||Tinsman, Colin||Thermal Transport Study of the Dimerized Quantum Magnet Strontium Copper Borate||Physics, University of Michigan|
|High B/T||V06.00003||Woods, Andrew||The Use of 3He in Obtaining Ultra-Low Temperatures at the NHMFL High B/T Facility||Department of Physics and NHMFL, University of Florida|
|High B/T||V06.00004||Hallock, Robert||Mass Flux Measurements in Solid 4He.||University of Massachusetts Amherst|
|High B/T||V06.00005||Adams, Johnny||Dynamics of 1D 3He adsorbed in 4He plated MCM-41: NMR Studies||Department of Physics and NHMFL, University of Florida|
|DC Field||V14.00007||Spanton, Eric*||Fractional Chern insulators in graphene heterostructures||University of California, Santa Barbara|
|DC Field||V14.00008||Polshyn, Hryhoriy||Normal state transport in superconducting twisted bilayer graphene||University of California, Santa Barbara|
|DC Field, Pulsed Field||V43.00002||Dean, Cory*||Even-denominator fractional quantum Hall states in bilayer graphene||Columbia University|
|High B/T||V43.00003||Falson, Joseph*||Competing correlated phases in orbitally mixed half-filled Landau levels||Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research|
|High B/t||V43.00004||Gervais, Guillaume*||Competing charge density waves probed by non-linear transport and noise in the second and third Landau levels||McGill University|
|NMR||V51.00001||Zhou, Huan-Xiang*||Physical Basis of Protein Liquid-Liquid Phase Separation||Department of Physics and Department of Chemistry, University of Illinois at Chicago|
|Pulsed Field||X09.00003||Inoue, Hisashi||Suppressing metallicity of topological insulator GdBi thin films by quantum confinement||Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Pulsed Field||X09.00004||Han, Minyong||Growth and Characterization of Antiferromagnetic Rare-earth Bismuth thin films||Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Pulsed Field||X11.00001||Moll, Philip||Super-geometric transverse electron focusing on the hexagonal Fermi surface of PdCoO2||Ecole polytechnique federale de Lausanne|
|EMR||X14.00007||Kim, Philip*||Characterization of atomic scale lattice reconstruction in twisted van der Waals interfaces of layered material||Harvard University|
|DC Field||Y23.00002||Rebar, Drew||High Magnetic Field X-ray Diffraction at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL)||National High Magnetic Field Laboratory|
Please mark your calendar: From early November to mid-December of each year, the MagLab collects information online from users on their research results, as well as publications, theses, and other MagLab-related activities. The 2018 online User Reporting system opens November 5th, 2018. For more information contact User Program, Chief of Staff Anke Toth.
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MagLab user Philip Moll of the Max Plank Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids in Dresden, Germany, is the winner of the 2018 Nicholas Kurti Science Prize for Europe.
Sponsored by Oxford Instruments NanoScience, the prize promotes the novel work of young scientists working in the fields of low temperatures and/or high magnetic fields in Europe. Moll, a user in the lab's DC Field Facility, was recognized for leading the development of novel micro-structuring techniques, allowing the fabrication of bespoke devices and experiments from complex quantum materials, and thereby enabling entirely new classes of low temperature and high magnetic field measurements. Read press release.
This year's APS March Meeting will be held in Los Angeles, California, March 5-9, 2018. This meeting is a veritable science smorgasbord, which brings together 10,000 scientists and students from all over the world and includes more than 105 invited sessions and 700 contributed sessions at which 10,300 papers will be presented. With such a robust scientific program, don’t miss these talks by MagLab users featuring data collected in our high-field magnets.
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The APS March meeting is a veritable science smorgasbord with more than 105 invited sessions and 600 contributed sessions at which 9,600 papers will be presented. With such a robust scientific program, don’t miss these talks by MagLab users featuring data collected in our high-field magnets.
UF Theory ProgramR42.00010Dispersive chiral-spin modes in a 2D Fermi-Liquid with spin-orbit coupling
MagLab user William Halperin has been awarded the prestigious international Fritz London Memorial Prize for 2017. He shares the prize with fellow Northwestern University physicist James Sauls and Jeevak Parpia of Cornell University.
Awarded every three years, the London Prize recognizes scientists who have made outstanding experimental and theoretical contributions to the field of low-temperature physics. Eleven previous winners have also received the Nobel Prize in Physics. Halperin has been a user of the MagLab's DC Field Facility and High B/T Facility numerous times. His research focuses on liquid helium-3 and superconductivity, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy studies of high-temperature superconductors and fluid transport in porous media. Read press release.
Oxford Instruments has named Brad Ramshaw, an assistant professor of physics at Cornell University, winner of the 2017 Lee Oscheroff Richardson Science Prize. The prize recognizes the novel work of young scientists in the fields of low temperatures and/or high magnetic fields in the Americas.
In its press release, Oxford Instruments, which administers the award, cited Ramshaw, a MagLab user and former staff scientist, as one of the most gifted young experimentalists working in the field of strongly correlated electron systems. Ramshaw’s technical contributions to condensed matter physics have focused on improving measurement techniques for pulsed magnetic fields up to 100 teslas (available at the MagLab’s Pulsed Field Facility) and on improving resonant ultrasound spectroscopy for low-temperature applications. Read press release.
The 2017 Annual Users Committee (UC) meeting will be held on the evening of October 19 and continue October 20-21 at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida.
The MagLab's Users Committee represents the lab's broad, multidisciplinary user community and advises the lab's leadership on all issues affecting users of our facilities.
This year there is a workshop for UC members and invitees that will take place immediately prior to the User Committee meeting, lasting throughout the day of Thursday, October 19.
New research published this week in Nature Physics explores a material that could play a key role in realizing spin-based electronics.
Kristina “Kicki” Håkansson, a professor of chemistry at the University of Michigan and a user of the MagLab’s ICR Facility, has been awarded the 2016 Biemann Medal from the American Society for Mass Spectrometry. This prestigious prize is awarded to individuals early in their careers in recognition of significant achievements in basic or applied mass spectrometry. She will receive the award at the 2016 ASMS conference in June where she will give the Biemann Medal Lecture. Read more.
Renowned chemist Sir Harold Kroto, a Nobel Laureate in chemistry and MagLab user, died April 30, 2016. He was 76.
Kroto, whose 1996 Nobel Prize recognized his key role in the discovery of fullerenes, spent the last decade of his eminent career at Florida State University, where access to the MagLab was a big draw.
During those years in Tallahassee, Kroto was principal investigator on half a dozen experiments in the Ion Cyclotron Resonance Facility. Collaborations with the MagLab’s Alan Marshall, Naresh Dalal, Paul Dunk and others yielded numerous publications on fullerenes, metal organic framework systems and other topics.
In a 2014 interview done for FSU’s Across the Spectrum magazine, Kroto cited his work at the MagLab and FSU as “some of the best work I’ve done.”
“Very beautiful,” said Kroto, “well up there intellectually with my previous work, so I am very happy with that.”
Kroto also devoted much of his life to educating and inspiring students and lay people across the globe about science.
This year's annual Users Committee meeting will begin the evening of Aug. 1 and continue Aug. 2-3 at the MagLab/FSU in Tallahassee, FL.
The MagLab's Users Committee represents the lab's broad, multidisciplinary user community and advises the lab's leadership on all issues affecting users of our facilities.
35 tesla magnets. Unfortunately, that happened to coincide with the International Cryogenic Materials Conference (ICMC) taking place in New Delhi, India, where Iida was slated to receive the ICMC Cryogenic Materials Award for Excellence. It was one of those “must be present to win” situations: Officially, scientists selected for the honor must attend the conference. But Iida was loath to forgo the magnet time for his experiment, "Jc and Hc2 characterizations of P-doped Ba-122 thin films on IBAD-MgO tape in high field."Kazumasa Iida had a bit of a conflict this week. A professor in the Graduate School of Engineering at Japan’s Nagoya University, he was scheduled for magnet time with one of the National MagLab’s
Luckily, where there’s a problem, MagLab engineers are bound to find a solution, as was the case with this scheduling conundrum. MagLab engineers Bob Walsh and Eric Hellstrom orchestrated and videotaped a mini awards ceremony this week at the MagLab that was broadcast at the conference plenary talk in New Delhi, a creative solution that conference sponsors readily accepted.
The award recognizes an individual, usually under the age of 40, for excellence in advancing the knowledge of cryogenic materials over recent years. Iida is the second researcher to be honored by the award since it was launched in 2014. The first to win the award was Fumitake Kametani in the Applied Superconductivity Center at the MagLab.
measurement techniques, has been recognized by the American Physical Society as its Woman Physicist of the Month for March 2016. Khodaparast was lauded for research using magneto-optical spectroscopy, her international and interdisciplinary collaboration and the development of modern experimental techniques. She was also recognized for training young scientists through mentorship and curriculum development and for advancing women in the field of physics.Giti Khodaparast, a Virginia Tech physicist who has conducted experiments at the National MagLab using magneto-optics
What should be done BEFORE your visit to the Magnet Lab?
- Apply for funding to cover travel or dependent care costs. (Select users only)
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- Review your experiment participants and update if needed.
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- Make sure you return all User badges and keys that were issued to you/your group.
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- Report results of your research at the end of the calendar year.
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- Facilities send out call for new user committee member nominations - 4/13/2015
- Users submitting user nominations by 5/1/2015
- Facilities send out ballots - 5/11/2015
- Users return ballots with three votes - due 6/8/2015
- Facilities notify User Community of results 6/18/2015
This year's annual Users Committee meeting will be held on the evening of October 27 and continue October 28-29 at the MagLab/LANL in Los Alamos, NM.
The Magnet Lab's Users Committee represents the MagLab's broad, multidisciplinary user community and advises the lab's leadership on all issues affecting users of our facilities.
If you are a new or returning MagLab user or a user proposal reviewer and have questions about how to manoeuvre through the online user system, please feel free to use our Users System Guide for all facilities except AMRIS. For AMRIS, please refer to AMRIS Proposal & Experiment Workflows.
MagLab user Cory Dean of Columbia University has been awarded the 2015 Lee Osheroff Richardson Science Prize for North America.
The award recognizes Dean for his definitive measurement of the Hofstadter butterfly. Douglas Hofstadter first predicted in 1976 that a butterfly-shaped fractal energy spectrum emerges when 2D electrons are subjected simultaneously to both a spatially periodic electric potential and a transverse magnetic field. By combining novel techniques in nanoscale fabrication of graphene-based devices with ultra high magnetic fields, Dean's research provides the first experimental verification of this nearly 40-year-old problem.
Previous winners of the prize include several MagLab-affiliated scientists, including staff scientists Chiara Tarantini and Vivien Zapf and three physicists who regularly rely on MagLab facilities for their research: Lu Li of the University of Michigan, Ken Burch of Boston College and Suchitra Sebastian of the University of Cambridge.
For more info, visit Oxford Instruments.
MagLab user Paul Canfield, the Robert Allen Wright Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Iowa State University, has been awarded a prestigious Humboldt Research Award. Canfield, also a senior physicist at the Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory, will use the award to study fragile magnetism, looking for compounds with magnetic states that can be adjusted to create new states when fragile states are suppressed.
The Humboldt Research Award is granted in recognition of a researcher’s entire achievements to date – fundamental discoveries, new theories, insights that have had significant impact on their discipline. The Humboldt Foundation in Germany grants up to 100 research awards annually, each worth € 60,000 (about $65,000). Award winners spend a period of up to one year cooperating on a long-term research project with specialist colleagues at a research institution in Germany.
For more information, visit Iowa State University.
Kim Dunbar, a professor of chemistry at Texas A&M University and a user in the Electron Magnetic Resonance Facility, is among 78 chemists in the country slated to receive an award from the American Chemical Society. Dunbar will receive the ACS Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement of Inorganic Chemistry care of Strem Chemicals Inc. She will be honored at an awards ceremony March 24, 2015 in conjunction with the 249th ACS national meeting in Denver. Read more.
Phoebe Ray, a doctoral student in the University of New Orleans chemistry department and a user in the Ion Cyclotron Resonance Facility, recently received two awards from an international conference designed to help communities better prepare for and respond to oil spills. Ray's poster, "Effect of Dispersant on Molecular Composition and Fate of Oil Exposed to Sunlight in Seawater Systems," based on her research at the MagLab, was selected as best poster in the science and technology category at the International Oil Spill Conference. Read more.