Director: Dr. Greg Boebinger
NHMFL has 7 user programs. The contact information for each user program is listed below.
Magnet Lab User Facilities
|Facility||Location||Director||Help With Requests|
|Advanced MRI and Spectroscopy||Gainesville||Joanna Long||Joanna Long|
|DC Field||Tallahassee||Eric Palm||Eric Palm|
|Electron Magnetic Resonance||Tallahassee||Stephen Hill||Jurek Krzystek
|High B/T||Gainesville||Neil Sullivan||Neil Sullivan|
|Ion Cyclotron Resonance||Tallahassee||Alan Marshall||Amy McKenna
|Nuclear Magnetic Resonance||Tallahassee||Bill Brey
|Pulsed Field||Los Alamos||Chuck Mielke, Facility Director
Jonathan Betts, Head of the Pulsed Field User Program, Contact person to help with requests
The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory offers the highest magnetic fields for use by the international community of scientific visitors. Many of the magnets and experimental techniques are highly specialized, yet broadly applicable to research in physics, materials science, chemistry, biochemistry, biology and even biomedicine. Every year over 1100 scientists and engineers use the National High Magnetic Field Lab facilities. Graduate students and Nobel laureates, researchers from academia and the corporate world, they travel from across the globe for a chance to work with the unique instruments and experienced staff at our three locations. First and foremost, the Mag Lab exists for these users and the cutting-edge research they conduct here as they seek to expand the boundaries of scientific knowledge. The Users Hub is dedicated to them and their needs. It is divided into two sections: User Programs and User Services.
User Programs: The Mag Lab has seven user programs located across three campuses. The lab also has a number of important in-house research programs that complement the user programs through development of new techniques and equipment.
Access to NHMFL magnets is open to all qualified scientists and engineers via a competitive proposal process. If a proposal is approved, facility usage is free of charge provided the researcher intends to publish the results in open literature. Proprietary research done at the Magnet Lab must enter into a cost sharing arrangement. All user facilities accept proposals throughout the year. The online system for submitting a proposal and requesting magnet time is located at https://users.magnet.fsu.edu/.
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