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2009 MagLab User Committee Meeting. SEVEN USER PROGRAMS: DC Magnets Pulsed Magnets High B/T (Ultra-low T) Electron Magnetic Resonance Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Ion Cyclotron Resonance AMRIS: Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy.

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To request magnet time contact the director of our visiting scientist program

2009 MagLab User Committee Meeting

SEVEN USER PROGRAMS:

DC Magnets

Pulsed Magnets

High B/T (Ultra-low T)

Electron Magnetic Resonance

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

Ion Cyclotron Resonance

AMRIS: Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy

hosting ~ 1000 magnet users annually

…20% come from all over the world.

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Mag Lab Budget

Greg Boebinger Overview of the NHMFL, October 2009


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MagLab Funding: from the 2008 Perfect Storm

to pondering the 2010 hurricane season

2008-2012 FUNDING PROFILE

Florida NSF NSF

Actual Recommend Actual

CY 2007 $ 9.12M$26.5M$26.5M

CY 2008 $10.00M$29.5M$26.5M + $1.25M one-time plus-up

CY 2009 $ 9.26M $31.5M$26.5M + $5.0M one-time stimulus funds

CY 2010 ?$33.0M

CY 2011 ?$34.0M

CY 2012 ?$34.0M

We believe (hope !) that the NSF is committed

to the $162M recommended funding profile for 2008-2012.

…which would require that a line item in the NSF recurring budget

increase by 25% in one year….from $26.5M in 2009 to $33M in 2010


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MagLab Funding: It’s the Power Bill, Stupid ! ***

(est)

(est)

Total Power Cost

$5M in 2008

$4.4M (est)

in 2009

$2M in 2000

*** DISCLAIMER: this term is an allusion to historical

political rhetoric. It is not a characterization of

MagLab opinion about any person, living or dead.

Any similarity with any individual is strictly coincidental.


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DC Magnet Flex Time: Allocating Megawatt-hours, instead of hours

Helps direct MagLab power bill dollars toward the data-producing experiments

User Magnet Hours:

7 hours per shift

MagLab Support Staff:

8.5 hours per shift

MagLab Support Staff:

8.5 hours per shift


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DC Magnet Flex Time: Allocating Megawatt-hours, instead of hours

Helps direct MagLab power bill dollars toward the data-producing experiments

User Magnet Hours:

7 hours per shift

MagLab Support Staff:

8.5 hours per shift

User Magnet Hours:

9.5 hours per shift

+ 1 flex hour per shift

MagLab Support Staff:

8.5 hours per shift


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MagLab Budget Crunch as it looked in June 2009:

including effect of the Power Bill

Electricity costs

(actual / estimated)

Available for

scientific programs

Early 2009,

we were faced with…

Dollars, without considering inflation

2007 2008 2009


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Present MagLab Budget Status

including the effect of the Power Bill

With stimulus funds

having arrived in August 2009,

we can get started implementing the 2008-2012 vision

Electricity costs

(actual / estimated)

Available for

scientific programs

Dollars, without considering inflation

2007 2008 2009


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If the NSF is committed to the $162M…

problems we should be able to address

DC Magnet User Program

Technician for DC Magnet User Program departed, not being replaced

Annual postponement of the User Split Magnet ($750k for first year’s materials)

No budget for 40T High-field insert for Series Connected Hybrid

Throttle back on Magnet Hours or Megawatt-Hours for DC Magnet User Program

Pulsed Field User Program

Restricted replacement parts for 60T LP or 100T Multi-Shot Magnet Projects

No replacement of any of three engineers who departed over the past seven years.

Entire Motor/Generator is now run by two technicians.

Very limited technical user support for 60T LP or 100T Multi-Shot…

…none for >200T Microsecond pulses

Labor-limited user support: must half the number of short-pulse magnet experiments

to free scientists to support big magnet experiments.

High B/T Facility

Entire know-how and user program might continue to depend upon one person.

Would have to un-double the user capacity to pre 2008 scale of effort

EMR User Program

Program improvements are living off of Steve Hill’s startup…while generous, are not limitless.


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If the NSF is committed to the $162M…

problems we should be able to address

NMR User Program

Need rf engineer to restart world-leading solid-state probe development

All existing talent has been shifted to imaging.

No Scholar/Scientist for MRI at UF branch.

Slowing the development of in vivo MRI for 900MHz Ultra-Wide-Bore Magnet

…its most visible transformational research frontier

NMR Console upgrade schedule cannot be sustained by existing level of funding.

ICR User Program

Equipment budget is essentially zeroed out

Scholar/Scientist for instrumentation has departed, would not be replaced.

Scholar/Scientist for biomedical research has departed, would not be replaced.

AMRIS User Program

Slowing of all three thrust areas: Ultra-high sensitivity NMR

MRI Microscopy

Molecular Imaging, eg via quantum dots

Over-committed half-time rf engineer…slows AMRIS technique development

No Scholar/Scientist to fully develop HTS NMR probe applications for user program


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Mag Lab User Program Statistical Trends

Greg Boebinger Overview of the NHMFL, October 2009


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Data compiled August 2009

MagLab User Program Publication Rates

Total Publication Rates,

including the “Two-Year Lag”

“Significant Publications”

“Significant”

Publications in

Database in

August 2009

Note that number of publications reported every April

(in Annual Report) is relatively constant.

Number of publications in our database continues

to increase for two to three years thereafter,

i.e. roughly 20% of the publication reporting is late.


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MagLab User Research Activity


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Publications by Facility: 2001-2008


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MagLab Users by Facility: 2001-2008


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MagLab User Career Seniority: 2001-2008


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Gender Diversity among MagLab Users: 2001-2008

12% 10% 14% 16% 16% 17% 17% 18%

Within physics, women are awarded 14% of the PhDs,

are 12% of the applicant pool,

and are filling 20% of the tenure track positions.


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Diversity among MagLab Employees

  • Present Composition of MagLab

  • Senior Scientific Personnel (186 total)

  • Female 11% (21)

  • Black or African American 2% (3)

  • Hispanic 3% (5)

  • Postdocs (55)

  • Female 20% (11)

  • Black or African American 9% (5)

  • Hispanic 7% (4)

  • Graduate Students (129)

  • Female 36% (47)

  • Black or African American 7% (9)

  • Hispanic 4% (5)

  • MagLab New Hires (Jan-Jun 2009)

  • Senior Scientific Personnel,

  • Postdocs and Graduate Students

  • Female 37% (14 individuals)

  • Black or African American 8% (3)

  • Hispanic 8% (3)

  • Non-Scientific Professionals & Staff

  • Female 25% (9)

  • Black or African American 3% (1)

  • Hispanic 6% (2)


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Benchmarking MagLab Diversity

  • APS Report October 2007, original report 2004 (chair, D. Nelson, Oklahoma) 

  • NRC Report June 2009 - Congressionally mandated, sponsored by NSF-‘04-‘05 data (Co-chairs Canizares, MIT & Shaywitz, Yale) (Catherine Didion, NAS Study Director)

  • Present Composition of MagLab

  • Senior Scientific Personnel (186 total)

  • Female 11% (21)

  • Black or African American 2% (3)

  • Hispanic 3% (5)

  • Postdocs (55)

  • Female 20% (11)

  • Black or African American 9% (5)

  • Hispanic 7% (4)

  • Graduate Students (129)

  • Female 36% (47)

  • Black or African American 7% (9)

  • Hispanic 4% (5)

Nelson Report on U.S. Faculty: All Ranks (Assistant, Associate and Full Professors)

FemaleBlack and Hispanic

Physics 6.6% 2.9%

Chemistry 12.1% (FY’03) 3.0% (FY’03)

NHMFL senior scientific personnel are estimated

to be 80-90% physicists and 10%-20% chemists.

Thus, Nelson report provides these benchmarks:

7-8% Female

3% Blacks plus Hispanics

Breakdown by MagLab campus

MagLab/FSU: 11% Female, 5% Hispanic/Black

MagLab/UF: 14% Female, 0% Hispanic/Black

MagLab/LANL: 8% Female, 16% Hispanic/Black


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Diversity in MagLab Outreach

SciGirls 6th-10th graders 2009

  • Female 100% (14)

  • Black or African American 43% (6)

  • Hispanic 7% (1)

    Middle School Mentorship 2009

  • Female 50% (7)

  • Black or African American 7% (1)

  • Hispanic (none)

RET 2009

  • Female 61% (8)

  • Black or African American 7% (1)

  • Hispanic 15% (2)

    REU 2009

  • Female 33% (7)

  • Black or African American 10% (2)

  • Hispanic 19% (4)


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Mag Lab

User Collaboration Grant Program

Greg Boebinger Overview of the NHMFL, October 2009


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User Collaboration Grant Program

Magnet Lab’s grant program for “internal” PI’s and their user collaborators

Funded by NSF core grant ($0.9M awarded in 2009; $1.4 M in 2010)

Two major criteria: NSF-quality research. Advances the user program.

Annual solicitations: 4 to 7 two-year grants awarded

Preproposals reviewed internally. (40% success rate)

Full proposals reviewed internally and externally. (50% success rate)

MagLab Director has final approval.(20% overall success rate)

Thirty-one awards from 2004 to 2008:

Almost all support a graduate student.

Roughly half have generated external funding

Resulted in 113 publications to date,

including 4 Nature, 28 Phys Rev Lett and 5 JACS


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2009 User Collaboration Grant Committee

Condensed Matter Sciences Subcommittee

FSUDmitry Smirnov, Oskar Vafek

UFKevin Ingersent, Ho-Bun Chan

LANLJon Betts, Ross MacDonald

External Members:

Wei Pan (Sandia)

David Hilton(UAB)

James Gleeson (Kent State)

User Facility Directors

DC Facility FSU Scott Hannahs

Pulse Facility LANL Chuck Mielke

High B/T UF Neil Sullivan

Condensed Matter NMR Arneil Reyes

Biological and Chemical Sciences Subcommittee

FSUBill Brey, Andrew Ozarowski, Anant Paravastu

UFHendrik Luesch, Nick Simpson, Alex Angerhofer

External Members:

Thomas Chenevert (Michigan)

Helen Cooper (U. of Birmingham)

Eric McInnes (Manchester)

User Facility Directors

ICR FSU Alan Marshall

NMR FSU Tim Cross

EMR FSU Stephen Hill

AMRIS UF Art Edison

Magnet and Magnet Materials Technology Subcommittee

FSUTom Painter, Hubertus Weijers Director, MS&T: Mark Bird

Eric Hellstrom

External members for full proposal stage only.


2008 solicitation awards

2008 Solicitation Awards


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User Collaboration Grant Program


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Mag Lab in an

International Context

Greg Boebinger Overview of the NHMFL, October 2009


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Today

MagLab Created

The Competition for Magnets:The MagLab leads today

89 T

10ms

2006

34 T, with

3T High-Tc

insert coil, 2008

1-10 msec

1 sec

hours

hours

60 T, 100ms

1998

MagLab

89 T, 2006

60 T, 1998

45 T, 2000

35 T, 2006

34 T, 2008

eternal

MIT

Amsterdam

Grenoble

Grenoble

IGC

45 T, DC

Hybrid

1998

900MHz, 105mm bore

1ppb homogeneity

2004


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The Competition for Magnets:The MagLab has never faced such broad competition for magnet technologies

MagLab

Today

The World

Tomorrow

MagLab Plans 2010 2011 2012 2014 2016

85 T short pulses  95 T  100 T user pulses

55 T long pulses  60 T long pulses

45 T Hybrid (30MW)

 36 T SCH (10MW, 1ppm)

 40 T SCH (10MW)

35 T Resistive  40 T (28MW)

20 T Superconducting  32 T all superconducting coil

900MHz (21.1T) NMR  1.4GHz (30T) NMR

21.1 T in vivo Mouse MRI

14.5 T ICR Magnet  21 T ICR

Dresden  100 T program

Dresden/Toulouse 70 T short pulses

Dresden  70 T long pulses

China Funded across the short/long pulses  100T

Nijmegen 45 T Hybrid funded

Grenoble 45 T Hybrid project to be restarted

China 45 T Hybrid funded

Europe/Asia 30T All-Superconducting Magnets

Europe/Asia NMR >1GHz solution NMR initiatives

Europe/Asia ICR 21T initiatives

Europe/Asia MRI 10-15T human imaging initiatives


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World-widey-ness of User Community

for Three Leading Magnet Labs

MagLab 2007 Total Users = 1144 Non-U.S. = 285 (25%)

  2008 Total Users = 985 Non-U.S. = 243 (25%)

Grenoble: 2007: 109 research reports

81 Europe, 18 Asia, 4 USA, 6 Americas (other than USA)

Non-Europe = 26%

Toulouse: 2008: 333 proposals

303 Europe, 8 Asia, 9 USA, 13 Americas (other than USA)

Non-Europe = 9%


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MagLab User Programs:

Annual Research Productivity

Publications in the Pnic of Time…

MagLab User Program Publications

in first nine months since March 2008

discovery of pnictide superconductors:

2 Nature

2Physical Review Letters

2Physical Review B

PRB Rapid Communications

Applied Physics Letter

JETP Letter

Superconducting Sci & Tech

J. Phys. Soc Japan

MagLab Homepage

Click “Search Pubs”

See links for:

Recent Publications

Significant Peer-Reviewed Publications, by Journal Name

Significant Peer-Reviewed Publications, by Facility

All Peer-Reviewed Publications, by Journal Name

All Peer-Reviewed Publications, by Facility

Annual Publication Rates (Five-Year Running Average)

‘03-07 ‘04-08

450 437 REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

250 250 ‘SIGNIFICANT’ PUBLICATIONS

of which a few prominent examples

would be…

~ 11 13 PNAS, Science and Nature

~ 41 41 Physical Review Letters

~ 58 57 Physical Review B

~ 9 8 Applied Physics Letters

~ 22 20 IEEE Trans. Appl. Superconductivity

~ 10 11 Journal of Amer. Chemical Society

~ 7 8 J. Magnetic Resonance

Grenoble (2007) Toulouse (2007) Total

90 Total publications 41 131

1 PNAS,Science and Nature 2 3

5+1 PRL + Euroletters 7+1 12+ 2= 14

17+3 PRB + Europhys 6+7 23+10= 33

2 Applied Physics Letters 1 3


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MagLab DC and Pulsed User Programs:

Annual Research Productivity

Total Publications

GHMFL (Grenoble - Web site data as of 7/23/2009

HFML (Nijmegen) Web site data as of 7/24/2009

LNCMP (Toulouse) – Web site data

as of 7/24/2009

HLD (Dresden) – Web site data

as of 8/8/2009

NB: Grenoble and Toulouse Web site data include prepublications and conference proceedings. The MagLab excludes these from its own publication count.


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The Competition for Science:The MagLab still leads,but the Competition is Growing Rapidly

Magnet Laboratories around the world continue to improve:

e.g. Toulouse Magnet Lab: 7 PRL’s and 2 Natures in 2007

e.g. Quantum oscillations in high-temperature superconductors

In cuprates, DISCOVERED in 2007 at Toulouse Magnet Lab

MagLab now leads in level of effort MagLab offers the greatest diversity of techniques:

Contacted Transport, Contactless Transport,

Torque Magnetometry, Specific Heat

In Iron pnictides, DISCOVERED in 2008 at the MagLab

  • Grenoble and Toulouse Magnet Labs Unify as one DC+Pulsed Lab

  • under Geert Rikken, Director

  • III. EuroMagNet: New Collaboration of

  • Grenoble, Nijmegen, Toulouse, Dresden Magnet Labs

  • 1.9M Euro/yr for non-home-country EU users experiments and travel,

  • for sponsoring workshops and summer schools

  • IV. NMR, MRI and ICR: EU NMR Consortium

    • Major new magnet installations world-wide

V. China and Korea: new national magnet labs based upon the MagLab


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Mag Lab Organization, Outreach and Oducation

Greg Boebinger Overview of the NHMFL, October 2009


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Condensed Matter NMR

Arneil Reyes

External Advisory Committee

Bill Halperin, Chair

Nat Fortune, Chair Users Cmte. ex officio

Meigan Aronson

David Awschalom

Dimitri Basov

Paul Chaikin

Jack Freed

Jean Futrell

Stephen Gourlay Robert Griffin

Phil Heitzenroeder

Barbara Jones

Stephen Julian

Alex Lacerda

Peter Littlewood

Alex Malozemoff

Principal Investigator

Greg Boebinger, FSU and UF

Co-Principal Investigators

Tim Cross, FSU

Art Edison, UF

Chuck Mielke, LANL

Alan Marshall, FSU

Neil Sullivan, UF

Institutional Oversight Committee

T.K. Wetherell, President, FSU, Chair

J. B. Machen, President, UF

M. Anastasio, Director, LANL

Institutional Representatives

K. Kemper, FSU VP for Research

W. Phillips, UF VP for Research

T. Wallace, Jr., LANL Principal Assoc. Director for Science, Technology and Engineering

Cynthia McIntyre

Tadeusz Molinski

Carol Nilsson

Stanley Opella

Doug Osheroff

Philip Phillips

James Prestegard

Ravinder Reddy

Mansour Shayegan

Alex Smirnov

Andrew Webb

Paul Wood

Nai-Chang Yeh

Executive Committee

Greg Boebinger, Chair

Science Council

Albert Migliori, Chair

Lab Director

Greg Boebinger

Users Executive Committee

Nat Fortune, Chair

DC/Pulse/High B/T Ion Cyclotron Res.

NMR/MRI Electron Magnetic Res.

Diversity Committee

Dragana Popovic, Chair

Associate Lab Director

Management & Administration

Brian Fairhurst

Magnet Science

and Technology Director

Mark Bird

Applied Superconductivity

Center Director

David Larbalestier

User Collaboration Grants Program

Lloyd Engel

Public

Affairs

Susan Ray

Condensed Matter

Science

Jim Brooks, Experiment

Vlad Dobrosavljevic, Theory

Executive Assistant

Judy McEachern

Groups & Leaders

Analysis, CICC

Mark Bird

Resistive

Jingping Chen

HTS, Systems

Denis Markiewicz

Materials

Ke Han

Design

Scott Bole

Fabrication

Lee Marks

Program Admin

Kevin Smith

Director of Chem/Bio

Art Edison

Center for Integrating Research and Learning

Pat Dixon

Chief Administrative Officer

Clyde Rea

Nuclear Resonance

Tim Cross

DC Magnets – Instrumentation and Operations

Scott Hannahs

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Facility (AMRIS)

Joanna Long

Chief Budget Officer

Judy McEachern, Interim

Visual Media

Mike Davidson

DC Magnets - User Program

Eric Palm

Center for Interdisciplinary Magnetic Resonance

Web Applications Bo Flynn

Human Resources

Bettina Roberson

Ion Cyclotron Resonance

Alan Marshall

Pulsed Magnet Facility

Chuck Mielke, Interim Director

Computer Support

Pete Jensen

Electron Magnetic Resonance

Stephen Hill

Facilities

John Kynoch

Pulsed Magnet User Program

Jonathan Betts

Pulsed Magnet Engineering

Chuck Swenson

EH & Safety

Angela Sutton

Affiliated Research Programs:

Microscopy, Mike Davidson

Geochemistry, Vincent Salters

Cryogenics, Steve Van Sciver

Crystal Growth, Chris Wiebe

Condensed

Matter

Science

High B/T Magnet Facility

Neil Sullivan

Magnet Lab Organizational Chart

July 16, 2009


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MagLab Chemistry/Biology Chief Scientist

1. Further develop MagLab’s Chem/Bio research portfolio

2. Develop broad awareness at NSF of MagLab Chem/Bio

3. Develop new funding sources outside NSF/DMR, outside NSF

4. Develop funding for High-Tc Superconducting Magnets

5. High-level support from host institution

6. Strong commitment to multisite MagLab Chem/Bio


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MagLab Outreach

Annually…

8000 K-12 students via lab tours

and classroom visits

15-20 REU and 15 RET

5600 attend NHMFL Open House

Web Site Traffic:

35,000 Visits (90,000 page views) per month

SIX TIMES the amount of traffic of comparable science sites

…due to increased links from relevant Wiki pages

…now 20% of our traffic comes from Wiki pages


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2009: Inaugural MagLab Summer School

Goal of providing NHMFL users with an experimental toolkit

- to increase productivity of user experiments

- to improve measurements in the home laboratories

of MagLab users, present and future.

28 Students, a Diverse and International Group

SIX DAYS at the MagLab in June 2009

Aimed at advanced grad students, postdocs, or PI who uses

or plans to use MagLab facilities

Classes in the morning taught by MagLab (FSU, UF, LANL) Scientists

Hands-on Lab Practicals in the afternoon

…find the ground loop…reduce the noise….

Will double in size for Summer 2010


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