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Opportunities in High Magnetic Field Science D Meeting Agendas FIRST MEETING WASHINGTON, D.C. Thursday, September 4, 2003 Closed Session 8:30 am Welcome 8:45 Introduction to the National Academies and the study process —Maureen Mellody, Program Officer 9:00 Goals and opening thoughts —Peter Moore, Chair 10:30 Composition and balance discussion —Don Shapero, Director 11:30 Discussion of the task and scope of the study Open Session 1:00 pm Perspectives from the Division of Materials Research at NSF —Hugh van Horn, Program Director, National Science Foundation
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Opportunities in High Magnetic Field Science 1:30 Perspectives from the Office of Basic Energy Sciences at DOE —William Oosterhuis, Program Manager, Department of Energy 2:00 Perspectives from the Office of Fusion Energy Sciences at DOE —Joseph Minervini, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2:30 Perspectives from the National Institute of Standards and Technology —J. Michael Rowe, Director, NIST Center for Neutron Research 3:00 Break 3:15 Outcomes of the 1988 Large Magnetic Fields report for NSF —Frederick Seitz, Rockefeller University 4:30 Perspectives from the commercial sector —Michael Cuthbert, Oxford Instruments 5:30 Adjourn for the day Friday, September 5, 2003 Open Session 8:30 am Biology and nuclear magnetic resonance —Rob Tycko, National Institutes of Health 9:00 Semiconductors and heterostructures —Mansour Shayegan, Princeton University 9:30 Technology and instrumentation —Greg Boebinger, NHMFL 10:30 Break 11:00 High-temperature superconductors —David Larbalestier, University of Wisconsin at Madison 11:30 Magnetic materials —Meigan Aronson, University of Michigan Noon International perspectives —Gabriel Aeppli, University College London 12:30 pm Lunch Closed Session 1:30 Committee discussions 3:00 Adjourn
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Opportunities in High Magnetic Field Science SECOND MEETING TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA Monday, December 8, 2003 Open Session 8:30 am Welcome and goals for the meeting —Peter Moore, Chair 9:00 NHMFL facilities and plans —Greg Boebinger, NHMFL 10:00 Ion cyclotron resonance —Alan Marshall, Florida State University 10:30 Break 11:00 Magnets and high energy physics —Steve Gourlay, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Noon Lunch 1:00 pm Magnetic resonance imaging —Tom Mareci, University of Florida 2:00 Commercial magnet technology —Razvan Teodorescu, Bruker Biospin Corporation 3:00 Break Closed Session 3:30 Committee discussions 5:30 Adjourn for the day Tuesday, December 9, 2003 Open Session 8:30 am Tour of the NHMFL facilities 10:30 Break 11:00 Low-dimensional electron systems —Horst Stormer, Columbia University Noon Lunch
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Opportunities in High Magnetic Field Science Closed Session 1:00 pm Committee discussions 5:00 Adjourn THIRD MEETING WASHINGTON, D.C. Saturday, March 27, 2004 Closed Session 9:00 am Discuss conclusions and recommendations 12:15 pm Working lunch 1:00 Writing group breakout sessions 3:00 Reconvene, discuss report 5:30 Adjourn Sunday, March 28, 2004 Closed Session 9:00 am Discuss report findings and recommendations 10:45 Discuss plans for closure and review charge to the committee Noon Working lunch 1:00 pm Adjourn
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