Our SQUID (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device) can measure the DC susceptibility of samples up to applied fields of 7 T. This is also heavily used to characterize the magnetic properties of the materials that we synthesize.
Here is a list of collaborators that we are currently involved with (excluding local NHMFL and FSU staff).
D. Andreica, ETH Zurich
W. Buyers, NRC/Chalk River Lab.
P. Fournier, U. de Sherbrooke
J. Gardner, Brookhaven National Laboratory/NIST
B. Gaulin, McMaster University
M. Goto, U. of Tokyo
J. Greedan, McMaster University
R. Greene, U. of Maryland
M. Greven, Stanford
G. Gu, Brookhaven National Laboratory
R. Heffner, Los Alamos National Lab.
T. Ito, Columbia University
R. Kadano, Inst. Materials Structure Science, Tsukuba
G. Kalvius, Technical University Munich
K Kojima, U. of Tokyo
R. Liang, University of British Columbia
G. Luke, McMaster University
T. Masui, ISTEC (Japan)
A. A. Menovsky, U. of Amsterdam
A. Millis, Columbia University
Y. Qiu, NIST
A. Savici, Brookhaven National Laboratory
J. Sonier, Simon Fraser University
Y. Sushko, U. of Kentucky
I. Swainson, NRC/Chalk River Lab.
S. Tajima, ISTEC (Japan)
A. Wills, University College London
S. Uchida, U. of Tokyo
Y. Uemura, Columbia University
K. Yamada, Kyoto U.
Z. Yamani, NRC/Chalk River Lab