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Bi-Weekly Seminar

Magnetic Molecular Sensing and Laser--Detected MRI: Sensitivity, Resolution, and Molecular Specificity

 Shoujun  Xu

by: Shoujun Xu

Date: Friday April 10, 2015

Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Location: Houston Science Center – Building 593 — Room 102

Overview

Magnetic Molecular Sensing and Laser--Detected MRI: Sensitivity, Resolution, and Molecular Specificity

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Bi-Weekly Seminar

Charge Transport, Localization, and Mutations in Biological Systems

Prof. John H. Miller

by: Prof. John H. Miller

Date: Thursday March 26, 2015

Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Location: Houston Science Center – Building 593 — Room 102

Overview

Charge Transport, Localization, and Mutations in Biological Systems

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Bi-Weekly Seminar

Effects of Single-Atom Impurities on Iron-based Superconductivity

Dr. Shuheng H. Pan

by: Dr. Shuheng H. Pan

Date: Friday November 21, 2014

Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Location: Houston Science Center – Building 593 — Room 102

Overview

Effects of Single-Atom Impurities on Iron-based Superconductivity

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Bi-Weekly Seminar

Are Complex Oxides "Simple"?

Dr. Angela  Moller

by: Dr. Angela Moller

Date: Friday September 13, 2013

Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Location: Houston Science Center – Building 593 — Room 102

Overview

We will present synthesis strategies to access model compounds for the study of certain structure-property relationships. A rare class of complex oxides are Na5[MO2][X] because they can be regarded as coordinative "unsaturated". However, they adopt a simple structure type of an anti-perovskite. [1] Likewise, we have intensified our search for specific series of compounds that can be used as templates to study frustration effects in triangular antiferromagnets. Here, interesting aspects arise from the study of charge and pressure effects on the magnetic properties. [2-4] Also, upon doping with non-magnetic ions one can achieve the ordered formation of a honeycomb lattice. Recent examples for one-dimensional magnetic properties are complex oxide-halide intergrowths compounds. In summary, we will discuss selected examples for "simple" oxides with respect to their structures and physical properties. Furthermore, lattice dynamic studies by Raman spectroscopy and DFT methods, magnetic and specific heat measurements, as well as magnetic structures derived from neutron diffraction experiments will be presented.

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Bi-Weekly Seminar

Recent Advancement and Future Prospects of RE-123 Coated Conductor Development in Japan

Dr. Takanobu  Kiss

by: Dr. Takanobu Kiss

Date: Monday July 08, 2013

Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Location: Houston Science Center – Building 593 — Room 102

Overview

Recent Advancement and Future Prospects of RE-123 Coated Conductor Development in Japan

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