Meisel Group UF Physics Present Members of the Research Group

JC  John M. Cain, UF Chemistry graduate student in D.R. Talham Group
     Ph.D. in Chemistry anticipated in May 2019.
     Supported by NSF DMR-1708410.

OT  Orlando Trejo, UF Physics undergraduate research assistant
     B.S. in Physics anticipated in May 2019.
     Supported by NSF DMR-1708410.

JKP  John Koptur-Palenchar, UF Physics undergraduate research assistant
     B.S. in Physics anticipated in May 2019.
     Supported by UF Center for Condensed Matter Sciences (CCMS)
     Undergraduate Research Fellowship Fall 2018 - Spring 2019.   

          Additional openings exist for graduate and undergraduate students.

Ex-Members (Thesis students and Postdocs) of the Research Group

Marcus   Marcus Kwasi Peprah, Ph.D., Staff at Intel in Hillsboro, OR
     Ph.D. Thesis (2015): Influence of Pressure and Light on the Magnetic Properties
     of Prussian Blue Analogues and Hofmann-like Frameworks.

Pedro   Alejandro (Pedro) Quintero Cabra, Ph.D., Staff at Intel in Hillsboro, OR
     Ph.D. Thesis (2015): Magnetic and Electrical-Transport Studies of Molecule-based Magnets.

Tatiana V. Brinzari  Tatiana V. Brinzari, PhD (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)
     Postdoctoral Research Assistant (2012-2014), supported by UF-DSR
     UF Center for Tomorrow's Materials (Today!)
     Scientist at Colgate-Palmolive, Piscataway, NJ

Elisabeth S. Knowles, Ph.D., Staff at ClearOne in Alachua, FL
     Ph.D. Thesis (2013):
Strain-Mediated Photomagnetic Effects in
          Heterostructured Nanoparticles of Prussian Blue Analogues


Alex   Matthew W. Calkins, B.S., now medical student, when at UF he was
   supported by NSF REU, Undergraduate Research Fellowship
   from the UF Center for Condensed Matter Sciences (CCMS), UF Honors Scholar,
   Honors Thesis (2013): Implementation of a Differential Hall Element Magnetometer

Matthieu Dumont   Matthieu F. Dumont, PhD in Chemistry (Talham Group)
    Postdoctoral Research Assistant (2011-2012), supported by (UF DSR-ROF),
    presently Licensing Manager, FSU Office of Commercialization, Tallahassee, FL


Daniel Pajerowski  Daniel M. Pajerowski, Ph.D., NRC Postdoctoral Research Fellow
    NIST Center for Neutron Research, and now Instrument Scientist HFIR at Oak Ridge National Lab
    Ph.D. Thesis (2010): Photoinduced Magnetism in Nanostructures of Prussian Blue Analogues

JDCohen   Justin D. Cohen, B.S. UF (2009), Ph.D. Caltech (2015)
    Nano-Optics Research Scientist, Quantum Photonics Group, Caltech
    Honors Thesis (2009): AC magnetic susceptibility probe for use in a commercial SQUID magnetometer

J-H Park   Ju-Hyun Park, Ph.D., Research Faculty
    National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
    1800 E. Paul Dirac Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32310-3706
    Ph.D. Thesis (2006): Magneto-Structural and Magneto-Optical Studies of Prussian Blue Analogs

J Ch Davis   James Ch. Davis, B.S., Graduate Student
    Department of Physics
    Ohio State University
    Honors Thesis (2006): Modeling of the Anisotropic Electric Fields Generated by Stimulating Needles

Low Temp Institute, Kosice   Erik Cizmar, Ph.D. from P.J. Safarik University, 2002-2003 NSF-NATO Postdoctoral Fellow
    Research Scientist, Centre of Low Temperature Physics
    P.J. Safarik University, Kosice, Slovakia

SJ Gamble   Sara J. Gamble, B.S. UF (2003), Ph.D. Stanford (2010)
    Senior Research Scientist at Bennett Aerospace, Raleigh-Durham, NC
    Honors Thesis (2003): Magneto-Optical Properties of Thin Film Prussian Blue Analogues

JR Maloney   James R. Maloney, B.S. UF (2002), M.S. Caltech (2006)
    Program Manager, Community Science Academy, Caltech
    Honors Thesis (2002): Acoustic Resonance Measurements During the Evolution of Sol-gel Synthesis

BW Watson   Brian C. Watson, Ph.D., Senior Engineer
    Information Systems Laboratories, Inc.
    Ph.D. Thesis (2000):  Quantum Transitions in Antiferromagnets and Liquid Helium-3

GE Granroth   Garrett E. Granroth, Ph.D., Scientific Data Analysis Group Leader
    Spallation Neutron Source (SNS), Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN
    Ph.D. Thesis (1998):  Experimental Studies of Integer Spin Antiferromagnetic Chain

PJC Signore   Philippe J.-C. Signore, Ph.D., Partner at Oblon
    1940 Duke Street, Arlington, VA 22314
    Ph.D. Thesis (1994):  Inductive Measurements of Heavy Fermion Superconductors

Johan-Bremer   Johan Bremer, Ph.D. (Leiden University)
    Cryogenics Division and Atlas Collaboration:
    CERN, CH-1211 Geneva, Switzerland
Postdoctoral Fellow (1993)

Useful physics links:

Daniel R. Talham, Departement of Chemistry, UF

Alexander Feher, Centre of Low Temperature Physics, P. J. Safarik University, Kosice, Slovakia

Steve Nagler, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Masayuki Hagiwara, AHMF, Osaka University