Curriculum Vitae

Jason Thomas Haraldsen

Department of Physics

University of North Florida

Jacksonville, Florida 32224

(904) 620 – 2235

j.t.haraldsen@unf.edu

Degrees

Ph.D. in Physics (Condensed Matter), University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, May 2008.

Thesis title: Nanomagnets: Magnetic Properties and Inelastic Neutron Scattering Studies.

Advisor: Ted Barnes

Committee Members: Elbio Dagotto, Pengcheng Dai, Robert Hinde

M.S. in Physics (Condensed Matter), University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, December 2004. Thesis title: Low Energy Excitations of Spin Clusters and Molecular Solids.

Advisors: Ted Barnes (Department of Physics) and Janice Musfeldt (Department of Chemistry) Committee Member: Elbio Dagotto

B.S. in Physics, Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA, May 2002.

B.S. in Chemistry, Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA, May 2002.

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL. 8/15-Present.

Associate Editor – Remote, Physical Review B, Ridge, NY. 5/15-Present.

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA. 8/13-8/15.

Post-Doctoral Researcher, Theoretical Division (T-4) and Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM. 9/10-8/13.

  • Mentors: A.V. Balatsky and J.-X. Zhu.

Post-Doctoral Researcher, Material Science and Technology Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN. 7/08-8/10.

  • Mentor: R. S. Fishman.

Graduate Research Assistant, Departments of Physics, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. 12/05-6/08.

  • Advisor: T. Barnes.

Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. 8/02-5/03, 8/05-6/08.

  • Advisors: S. Sorensen and J. Parks.

Graduate Research Assistant, Departments of Physics, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. 10/02-12/05.

  • Advisors: T. Barnes and J.L. Musfeldt.

Departmental Service

Outreach and Public Service

  • Social Media – Facebook and Twitter
  • UNF Physics Photo Contest (Annual contest held in the Fall semester)
  • Open Houses and Tours
  • Physics Department Webmaster

Search Committee Member 2016-2017

  • The search resulted in the successful hiring of Dr. Jim Montgomery and Dr. Warren Huelsnitz.

University Service

Budget Advisory Committee

  • Member (2016-2018) and Chair (2017-2018)
  • Chair serves on the Faculty Association Executive Committee

UNF Research Council

  • Member (2017-2019)
  • Reviewed applications for the Academic Affairs Faculty Research Development Grants.

Faculty Association

  • Attendee

UNF House Calls

  • Faculty and staff going around and introducing themselves to on-campus residents.

Professional Service

Associate Editor for Physical Review B

  • Evaluate and assess the merit of manuscripts that are submitted for publication as well as handle author/reviewer correspondences

Organized Workshops

  • Workshop on the electronic and optical properties of 2D and Dirac Materials, Jacksonville Beach, Florida, USA, December 12-14 2016.
  • Advances in Dirac and Weyl Materials Workshop, Jacksonville Beach, Florida, USA December 13-15 2017. Advances in Dirac and Weyl Materials: Nonlinear Dynamics, Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics, Stockholm, Sweden, December 12-14 2018. Currently Being Planned.

Reviewer for Journals and Research Granting Institutions

  • Journal of Physical Chemistry (Reviewed manuscripts for publication)
  • National Science Foundation (Served on grant panel)
  • Department of Energy (Reviewer of grant applications)
  • Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies (Reviewer of user proposals)

Teaching Experience

Courses taught at University of North Florida

Term Course # of Students
Fall 2018 PHY 2042 – Physics for Engineers II 66
Fall 2018 PHY 1033 – Discovering Physics 43
Fall 2018 PHY 4523 – Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics 18
Summer 2018 PHY 2054 – Algebra Physics II 74
Spring 2018 PHY 2042 – Physics for Engineers II 55
Spring 2018 PHY 1033 – Discovering Physics 11
Spring 2018 PHZ 4160 – Advanced Topics: Quantum Field Theory 14
Fall 2017 PHY 2042 – Physics for Engineers II 76
Fall 2017 PHY 1033 – Discovering Physics 9
Fall 2017 PHY 4523 – Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics 24
Summer 2017 PHY 2054 – Algebra Physics II 61
Spring 2017 PHY 2049 – Calculus Physics II 70
Spring 2017 PHY 2049L – Calculus Physics II Lab 8
Spring 2017 PHZ 4404 – Solid State Physics 16
Fall 2016 PHY 2042 – Physics for Engineers II 69
Fall 2016 PHY 2049L – Calculus Physics II Lab 14
Fall 2016 PHY 4523 – Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics 16
Summer 2016 PHY 2054 – Algebra Physics II 40
Spring 2016 PHY 2049L – Calculus Physics II Lab 8
Spring 2016 PHZ 4160 – Advanced Topics: Quantum Field Theory 12
Fall 2015 PHY 2042 – Physics for Engineers II 76
Fall 2015 PHY 2053L – Algebra Physics I Lab 24
Fall 2015 PHY 2053L – Algebra Physics I Lab 24

Courses taught at James Madison University

Term Course # of Students
Summer 2015 PHYS 140 – College Physics I 46
Spring 2015 PHYS 150 – College Physics II 80
Spring 2015 GSCI 101 – Physics, Chemistry, and the Human Experience 50
Fall 2014 PHYS 140 – College Physics I 126
Fall 2014 GSCI 101 – Physics, Chemistry, and the Human Experience 50
Fall 2014 PHYS 497 – Quantum Field Theory 11
Summer 2014 PHYS 140 – College Physics I 44
Spring 2014 PHYS 150 – College Physics II 78
Spring 2014 GSCI 101 – Physics, Chemistry, and the Human Experience 50
Fall 2013 PHYS 140 – College Physics I 80
Fall 2013 GSCI 101 – Physics, Chemistry, and the Human Experience 50

Publications

60 Total Publications (10 since starting at the University of North Florida)

742 Total Citations (h-index – 15, i10-index – 28) – Based on Google Scholar

Undergraduate Research Students

To Be Submitted/Under Construction

  1. Evolution of the thermodynamics for general quantum spin trimers, A. Brumfieldand J. T. Haraldsen (2018).
  2. Oxygen vacancy induced ferromagnetism at YBCO/STO interfaces, K. Boom, J.-X Zhu, E. Chia, and J. T. Haraldsen (2018).
  3. Directional magnetic exchange in Fe substituted graphene, R. Putnam, A. V. Balatsky, and J. T. Haraldsen (2018).
  4. Magnetic order and possible superconductivity in 3d transition-metal intercalated bilayer graphene, A. Mahabir, A. Alcantara, C. Medoza-Cortes, A. V. Balatsky, and J. T. Haraldsen (2018).
  5. Understanding the negative compressibility in a 2D electron gas: Application to LaAlO3/SrTiO3, J. T. Haraldsen and A. V. Balatsky (2018).
  6. Magnetic Dirac Bosons in the Kagome Lattice, D. Boyko, A. V. Balatsky, and J. T. Haraldsen (2018).

Submitted and Under Review

  1. Oxygen vacancy induced ferromagnetism at YBCO/STO interfaces, K. Boom, J.-X Zhu, E. Chia, and J. T. Haraldsen, Submitted to Applied Physics Letters (2018).

Published

Published while at the University of North Florida

  1. Thermodynamics and Magnetic Excitations in Quantum Spin Trimers: Applications for the Understanding of Molecular Magnets, A. Brumfieldand J. T. Haraldsen, Crystals 9, 93 (2019).
  2. Thermodynamics and spin mapping of quantum excitations in a Heisenberg spin heptamer, A. Roxburghand
  3. T. Haraldsen, Physical Review B 98, 214434 (2018).
  4. Magnetic impurity bands in Gax−1MnxS: Towards understanding the anomalous spin-glass transition, M. Massey, I. Manuel, P. Edwards, D. Parker, T. Pekarek, and J. T. Haraldsen, Physical Review B, 98, 155206 (2018).
  5. Dirac nodes and magnetic order in M2X2 transition-metal chalcogenides, T. LaMartina, J.-X Zhu, A.V.Balatsky, and J. T. Haraldsen, Physica Status Solidi – RRL 18000181 (2018). Selected as the Cover Article
  6. The manifold of degenerate states and excitations due to release of magnetic frustration in the almost Heisenberg pyrochlore antiferromagnet MgCr2O4, S. Gao, Guratinder kaur, U. Stuhr, J. White, B. Roessli, T. Fennell, Ch. Ruegg, V. Tsurkan, A. Loidl, G. Balakrishnan, M. Ciomaga-Hatnean, S. Raymond, V. Garlea, A. Savici, M. Mansson, A. Cervellino, A. Bombardi, D. Chernyshov, J. T. Haraldsen, and O. Zaharko, Physical Review B 97, 134430 (2018). Selected as an Editor’s Suggestion
  7. Magnetic Dirac Bosons in the Honeycomb Lattice, D. Boyko, A. V. Balatsky, and J. T. Haraldsen, Physical Review B 97, 014433 (2018).
  8. Spatial dependence of super-exchange interactions for transition-metal trimers in graphene, Charles B. Crook, Gregory Houchins, Costel Constantin, Jian-Xin Zhu, Alexander V. Balatsky, and J. T. Haraldsen, Journal of

Applied Physics 123, 013903 (2018). Selected as an Editor’s Pick

  1. Electronic chirality in the electronic structure of ferromagnetic Fe1/3-TaS2, S. Fan, I. Manuel, Amal al-Wahish, K. A. Smith, K. R. O’Neal, Y. Horibe, S. W. Cheong, J. T. Haraldsen, and J. L. Musfeldt, Physical Review B 96, 205119 (2017).
  2. Voltage-dependent spin flip in magnetically substituted graphene nanoribbons: Towards the realization of graphene-based spintronic devices, Gregory Houchins, Charles B. Crook, Jian-Xin Zhu, Alexander V. Balatsky, and J. T. Haraldsen, Physical Review B 95, 155450 (2017).
  3. Cyclic E2 and P4 on Alzheimer’s Disease Pathways, T.S. Wiley and J. T. Haraldsen, Advances in Alzheimer’s Disease 6, 32 (2017).
  4. Evolution of thermodynamic properties and inelastic neutron scattering intensities for spin-1/2 antiferromagnetic quantum rings, J. T. Haraldsen, Physical Review B 94, 054436 (2016).
  5. H1R Antagonists for Brain Inflammation and Anxiety: Targeted Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorders, T.S. Wiley and J. T. Haraldsen, Journal of Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery Research 4, 1000136 (2015).
  6. Computational investigation of the electronic and optical properties of planar Ga-doped Graphene, N. Creange, C. Constantin, J.-X. Zhu, A.V. Balatsky, and J. T. Haraldsen, Advances in Condensed Matter Physics 2015, 635019 (2015).
  7. Proximity-induced magnetism in transition-metal substituted graphene, C. Crook, T. Ahmed, J.-X. Zhu, A.V. Balatsky, C. Constantin, and J. T. Haraldsen, Scientific Reports 5, 12322 (2015).
  8. Thermoelectric Properties of Nano-Meso-Microβ-MnO2 Powders as a Function of Electrical Resistance, M. Hedden, N. Francis, J. T. Haraldsen, T. Ahmed, C. Constantin, Nanoscale Research Letters 10, 1 (2015).
  9. First-Principles Investigation of Nanopore Sequencing Using Variable Voltage Bias on Graphene-Based Nanoribbons, H. McFarland, T. Ahmed, J.-X. Zhu, A.V. Balatsky, and J. T. Haraldsen, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 6, 2616 (2015).
  10. Generalization of polarized spin excitations for asymmetric dimeric systems, G. Houchinsand J. T. Haraldsen, Physical Review B 91, 014422 (2015).
  11. Induced magnetization in La0.7Sr0.3MnO3/BiFeO3superlattices, S. Singh, J. T. Haraldsen, J. Xiong, E. M. Choi, P. Lu, Y. Pu, H. Wang, Z. Bi, M. R. Fitzsimmons, J. L. MacManus-Driscoll, R. Ramesh, A. V. Balatsky, and Q. X. Jia,Physical Review Letters 113, 047204 (2014).
  12. Next Generation Epigenetic Detection Technique: Identifying Methylated Cytosine using Graphene Nanopore,
  13. Ahmed, J. T. Haraldsen, J.-X. Zhu, and A. V. Balatsky, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 5, 2601 (2014).
  14. Induced ferromagnetism at BiFeO3/YBa2Cu3O7 interfaces, J.-X. Zhu, X.-D. Wen, J. T. Haraldsen, M. He, C. Panagopoulos, and E. E. M. Chia, Scientific Reports 4, 5368 (2014).
  15. Computational search for strong topological insulators: An exercise in data mining and electronic structure, M. Klintenberg, J. T. Haraldsen, and A. V. Balatsky, Applied Physics Research 6, 31 (2014).
  16. Correlation dynamics and enhanced signals for serial DNA sequencing, T. Ahmed, J. T. Haraldsen, J.J. Rehr,

M.D. Ventra, I. Schuller, and A. V. Balatsky, Nanotechnology 25, 125705 (2014).

  1. The effects of steroid hormone exposure on direct gene regulation, T.S. Wiley and J. T. Haraldsen, Medical Hypotheses 83, 436 (2014).
  2. The Standardization of Non-Sterile Compounding: A Study in Quality Control and Assessment for Hormone Compounding, T.S. Wiley, R.D. Odegard, J. Raden, and J.T. Haraldsen, Intl. J. Pharm. Comp. 18, 162 (2014).
  3. Nuclear magnetic resonance studies of pseudospin fluctuations in URu2Si2, K. R. Shirer, J. T. Haraldsen, A. P. Dioguardi, J. Crocker, N. apRoberts-Warren, A. C. Shockley, C.-H. Lin, D. M. Nisson, J. C. Cooley, M. B.

Maple, M. J. Graf, A. V. Balatsky, and N. J. Curro, Physical Review B 88, 094436 (2013).

  1. Spectroscopic investigation of electron-phonon and magnetoelastic coupling in ferromagnetic Co(dca)2, T. V. Brinzari, J. T. Haraldsen, P. Chen, Q. -C. Sun, Y. Kim, L. -C. Tung, J. A. Schlueter, D. Smirnov, J. L. Manson, J. Singleton, and J. L. Musfeldt, Physical Review Letters 111, 047202 (2013).
  2. Charge transfer at the interface between ferromagnetic La0.7Sr0.3MnO3 and superconducting EuBa2Cu3O7−δ materials, Y. H. Liu, J. Xiong, J. T. Haraldsen, A. V. Balasky, Q. X. Jia, A. J. Taylor, and D. Yarotski, Physical Review B 87, 165140 (2013).
  3. The spin state and spectroscopic modes of multiferroic BiFeO3, R. S. Fishman, J. T. Haraldsen, N. Furukawa, and S. Miyahara, Physical Review B 87, 134416 (2013).
  4. Effects of magnetoelectric ordering due to interfacial symmetry breaking, J. T. Haraldsen and A. V. Balatsky, Materials Research Letters 1, 39 (2013).
  5. Two-band superconductivity in SrTiO3 films and interfaces, R.M. Fernandes, J. T. Haraldsen, P. Wolfle, and A.¨
  6. Balatsky, Physical Review B 87, 014510 (2013).
  7. Identifying the magnetoelectric excitations of multiferroic BiFeO3, R. S. Fishman, N. Furukawa, J. T. Haraldsen, M. Matsuda, and S. Miyahara, Physical Review B 86, 220402(R) (2012).
  8. Spinwave dynamics for the high-field phases of a frustrated antiferromagnetic triangular lattice, J. T. Haraldsen, R.S. Fishman, and G. Brown, Physical Review B 86, 024412 (2012).
  9. Magnetic interactions in the multiferroic phase of CuFe1−xGaxO2 (x = 0.035) refined by inelastic neutron scattering with uniaxial-pressure control of domain structure, T. Nakajima, S. Mitsuda, J. T. Haraldsen, R.S. Fishman, T. Hong, N. Terada, and Y. Uwatoko, Physical Review B 85, 144405 (2012).
  10. Electric field effect on superconductivity in complex oxide interfaces, J. T. Haraldsen, P. Wolfle, and A. V.¨ Balatsky, Physical Review B 85, 134501 (2012).
  11. The theory of modulated hormone therapy for the treatment of breast cancer in pre- and post-menopausal women, T. S. Wiley and J. T. Haraldsen, AIP Advances 2, 011206 (2012).
  12. Spin dynamics in the multiferroic materials (Invited), F. Ye, R.S. Fishman, J. Haraldsen, B. Lorenz, C.W. Chu, and T. Kimura, Journal of Applied Physics 111, 07E137 (2012).
  13. Electronic fingerprints of DNA bases on graphene, T. Ahmed, S. Kilina, T. Das, J. T. Haraldsen, J. J. Rehr, and
  14. V. Balatsky, Nano Letters 12, 927 (2012).
  15. Monte-Carlo and variational calculations of the magnetic phase diagram of CuFeO2, R. S. Fishman, G. Brown, and J. T. Haraldsen, Physical Review B 85, 020405(R) (2012).
  16. Hidden-order pseudogap in URu2Si2, J. T. Haraldsen, Y. Dubi, N. J. Curro, and A. V. Balatsky, Physical Review B 84, 214410 (2011).
  17. Magnetic excitations in the geometric frustrated multiferroic CuCrO2, M. Frontzek, J. T. Haraldsen, A. Podlesnyak, M. Matsuda, A. D. Christianson, R. S. Fishman, A. S. Sefat, Y. Qiu, J. R. D. Copley, S. Barilo, S. V. Shiryaev, and G. Ehlers, Physical Review B 84, 094448 (2011).
  18. Induced polarization at a paraelectric/superconductor interface, J. T. Haraldsen, S. A. Trugman, and A. V. Balatsky, Physical Review B 84, 020103(R) (2011).
  19. The Heisenberg pentamer: Insights into inelastic neutron scattering for magnetic clusters, J. T. Haraldsen, Physical Review Letters 107, 037205 (2011).
  20. Global stability and magnetic phase diagram of a frustrated triangular-lattice antiferromagnet, R. S. Fishman and J. T. Haraldsen, Journal of Applied Physics 109, 07E117 (2011).
  21. Effect of interlayer interactions and lattice distortions on the magnetic ground state and spin dynamics of a geometrically-frustrated triangular-lattice antiferromagnet, J. T. Haraldsen and R. S. Fishman, Physical Review B 82, 144441 (2010).
  22. Multiferroic phase of doped delafossite CuFeO2 Identified using Inelastic Neutron Scattering, J. T. Haraldsen, F. Ye, R. S. Fishman, J. A. Fernandez-Baca, Y. Yamaguchi, K. Kimura, and T. Kimura, Physical Review B 82, 020404(R) (2010). [Selected as an Editor’s Suggestion]
  23. Spin-wave dynamics of magnetic heterostructures: Application to Dy/Y Multilayers, J. T. Haraldsen and R. S. Fishman, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 22, 186002 (2010).
  24. Control of chirality normal to the interface of hexagonal magnetic and nonmagnetic layers, J. T. Haraldsen and R. S. Fishman, Physical Review B 81, 020404(R) (2010).
  25. Spin-lozenge thermodynamics and magnetic excitations in Na3RuO4, J. T. Haraldsen, M. B. Stone, M. D. Lumsden, T. Barnes, R. Jin, S. E. Nagler, J. W. Taylor, and F. Fernandez-Alonso, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 21, 506003 (2009).
  26. Magnetic properties of a Heisenberg coupled-trimer molecular magnet: General results and application to spin1/2 vanadium clusters, J. T. Haraldsen, T. Barnes, J. Sinclair, J. Thompson, R. Sacci, and J. Turner, Physical Review B 80, 064406 (2009).
  27. Spin-wave instabilities and non-collinear magnetic phases of a geometrically-frustrated triangular-lattice antiferromagnet, J. T. Haraldsen, M. Swanson, R. S. Fishman, and G. Alverez, Physical Review Letters 102, 237204 (2009).
  28. Critical anisotropies of a geometrically-frustrated triangular-lattice antiferromagnet, M. Swanson, J. T. Haraldsen, and R. S. Fishman, Physical Review B 79, 184413 (2009).
  29. Spin rotation technique for non-collinear magnetic systems: Application to the generalized Villain model, J. T. Haraldsen and R. S. Fishman, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 21, 216001 (2009).
  30. Importance of stacking to the collinear magnetic phases of the geometrically frustrated antiferromagnet CuFeO2, R. S. Fishman, F. Ye, J. A. Fernandez-Baca, J. T. Haraldsen, and T. Kimura, Physical Review B 78, 140407R (2008).
  31. Magneto-optical investigation of the field induced spin-glass-insulator to ferromagnetic-metal transition in the bilayer manganite (La0.4Pr0.6)1.2Sr1.8Mn2O7, J. Cao, J. T. Haraldsen, R. C. Rai, S. Brown, J. L. Musfeldt, Y. J. Wang, X. Wei, M. Apostu, R. Suryanarayanan, and A. Revcolevschi, Physical Review B 74, 045113 (2006).
  32. Understanding low-energy magnetic excitations and hydrogen bonding in VOHPOO, J. Cao, J.T. Haraldsen, S. Brown, J. L. Musfeldt, J. R. Thompson, S. Zvyagin, J. Krzystek, M.-H. Whangbo, S. E. Nagler, and C. C. Torardi, Physical Review B 72, 214421 (2006).
  33. Understanding the totally symmetric intramolecular vibrations in κ-phase organic superconductors, R. Wesołowski, J. Cao, J.T. Haraldsen, J. L. Musfeldt, I. Olejniczak, J. Choi, Y. J. Wang, and J. A. Schlueter, Physical Review B 71, 214514 (2005).
  34. Understanding the color properties of (C5H9NH3)2CuBr4 in high magnetic fields, J.D. Woodward, J. Choi, J.L. Musfeldt, J.T. Haraldsen, X. Wei, H.-J. Koo, D. Dai, M.-H. Whangbo, C.P. Landee, and M.M. Turnbull, Physical Review B 71, 174416 (2005).
  35. Neutron scattering and magnetic observables for S = 1/2 Spin Clusters and Molecular Magnets, J.T. Haraldsen,
  36. Barnes, J.L. Musfeldt, Physical Review B 71, 064403 (2005).
  37. Understanding the electronic structure, optical, and vibrational properties of Fe8Br8 single molecule magnet, T. Baruah, J. Kortus, M.R. Pederson, R. Wesolowski, J.T. Haraldsen, J.L. Musfeldt, D. Zipse, J.M. North, N.S. Dalal, Physical Review B70, 214410 (2004).
  38. Directionally-dependent magneto-optical response of (La0.4Pr0.6)1.2Sr1.8Mn2O7: understanding the high-field ferromagnetic metallic state, J. Choi, J.D. Woodward, J.L. Musfeldt, J.T. Haraldsen, X. Wei, M. Apostu, R. Suranarayanan, and A. Revcolevschi, Physical Review B 70, 064425 (2004).
  39. Disorder-induced localization in (La0.4Pr0.6)1.2Sr1.8Mn2O7 as investigated by variable-temperature optical techniques, J.D. Woodward, J. Choi, J.L. Musfeldt, J.T. Haraldsen, M. Apostu, R. Suranarayanan, and A. Revcolevschi, Physical Review B 69, 104415 (2004).
  40. Infrared investigation and molecular dynamics of low-temperature structural and magnetic transitions in the spin ladder candidate (DT-TTF)2Au(mnt)2, R. Wesołowski, J.T. Haraldsen, J.L. Musfeldt, T. Barnes, C. Rovira, and M. Almeida, Physical Review B 68, 134405 (2003).

Books and Review Articles

  1. Multiferroic Materials: Properties, Techniques, and Applications, Chapter 11: Interfacial Coupling in Multiferroic Heterojunctions, J.T. Haraldsen, (Taylor & Francis Group, LLC, Kentucky, 2016). ISBN – 1482251531
  2. The Adventures of Ella and Eli: Journey to the Subatomic, J.T. Haraldsen, (PublishAmerica, Maryland, 2011). ISBN – 1462666973

Invited Presentations

Presented while at the University of North Florida

  1. J.T. Haraldsen, Investigating magnetic Dirac boson in a honeycomb and Kagame lattices, Dynamic Quantum Matter, Entangled orders and Quantum Criticality Workshop, Newport, Rhode Island, June 2018.
  2. J.T. Haraldsen, Evolution of Magnetic Dirac bosons in the magnetic honeycomb lattice, Advance in Dirac and Weyl Materials Workshop, Jacksonville, Florida, December 2017.
  3. J.T. Haraldsen, Evolution of Dirac bosons in the magnetic honeycomb lattice, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, September 2017.
  4. J.T. Haraldsen, Understanding the effects of magnetism in graphene: Working towards graphene-based spintronic devices, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut, October 2016.
  5. J.T. Haraldsen, Investigation in magnetic induction in transition-metal substituted graphene, Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia, February 2015.
  6. J.T. Haraldsen, Magnetic induction in transition-metal substituted graphene, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, Florida, February 2015.
  7. J.T. Haraldsen, Understanding magnetically-inducted interactions in transition-metal substituted graphene, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois, February 2015.
  8. J.T. Haraldsen, Understanding complex materials, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia, February 2014.
  9. J.T. Haraldsen, Investigating the spin dynamics for magnetic materials, NORDITA, Stockholm, Sweden, May 2013.
  10. J.T. Haraldsen, The superconducting state in LaAlO3/SrTiO3: Possible two-band superconductivity, Gordon Research Conference on Superconductivity, Les Diaberetes, Switzerland, May 2013.
  11. J.T. Haraldsen, Investigating the spin dynamics in improper multiferroics, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, April 2013.
  12. J.T. Haraldsen, Understanding the spin dynamics in improper multiferroic materials, University of Dallas, Dallas, Texas, April 2013.
  13. J.T. Haraldsen, Understanding the magnetic ground states in improper multiferroic materials, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia, April 2013.
  14. J.T. Haraldsen, Understanding the magnetic ground states in improper multiferroics, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, February 2013.
  15. J.T. Haraldsen, Examining the superconducting state in LaAlO3/SrTiO3, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, February 2013.
  16. J.T. Haraldsen, Understanding the magnetic ground states for multiferroic materials: Theory, computational method, and data analysis, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey, January 2013.
  17. J.T. Haraldsen, Understanding the superconducting state in LaAlO3/SrTiO3, NORDITA, Stockholm, Sweden, November 2012.
  18. J.T. Haraldsen, Investigation of the superconducting state in LaAlO3/SrTiO3 heterostructures, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico, June 2012.
  19. J.T. Haraldsen, Understanding the magnetic phases and spin dynamics of improper multiferroic material CuFeO2, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia, February 2012.
  20. J.T. Haraldsen, Electric-field effect on the superconductivity in LaAlO3/SrTiO3interfaces, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico, November 2011.
  21. J.T. Haraldsen, Modeling the spin dynamics in non-collinear magnetic systems: Application to the multiferroic phase of 3.5% Ga-doped CuFeO2, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico, November 2010.
  22. J.T. Haraldsen, Magnetic Properties and Inelastic Neutron Scattering for Spin Clusters: Application to V6 and Na3RuO4, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, November 2007.
  23. J.T. Haraldsen, T. Barnes, and J.L. Musfeldt, Properties of the smallest molecular magnets, Chemical Physics Workshop, Knoxville, Tennessee, February 2006.

Presentations

Presented while at the University of North Florida

  1. J.T. Haraldsen and O. Zaharko, Spin heptamer excitations in the pyrochlore antiferromagnets MgCr2O4, American Physical Society March Meeting, Los Angeles, California, March 2018.
  2. J.T. Haraldsen, D. Parker, T. Pekarek, and A.V. Balatsky , Impurity bands and half-metal states in Mn-doped GaS layers, American Physical Society March Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2017.
  3. J.T. Haraldsen, Determination of the spin dynamics and magnetic Dirac nodes in a Heisenberg honeycomb lattice, 2nd International Symposium on Science and Technology of 2D materials, Orlando, Florida, February 2017.
  4. J. T. Haraldsen, G. Houchins, C. B. Crook, J.-X. Zhu, and A. V. Balatsky, Current-Controlled Spin Flip in Magnetically-Substituted Graphene Nanoribbons: Toward the Realization of Graphene-Based Spintronic Devices, American Physical Society March Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, March 2016.
  5. J. T. Haraldsen, C. B. Crook, G. Houchins, J.-X. Zhu, C. Constantin, and A. V. Balatsky, Understanding Magnetic Trimer Interactions in (Cr,Mn)-Substituted Graphene, American Physical Society March Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, March 2016.
  6. J. T. Haraldsen, H. McFarland, T. Ahmed, J.-X. Zhu, and A. V. Balatsky, Identification of nucleobases using variable currents through graphene nanopores: A first principles study, American Physical Society March Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, March 2015.
  7. J. T. Haraldsen, J.-X. Zhu, and A. V. Balatsky, Examination of exchange fields at LaSrMnO3/BiFeO3interfaces, American Physical Society March Meeting, Denver, Colorado, March 2014.
  8. Jason T. Haraldsen, J.-X. Zhu, X.-D. Wen, C. Panagopouos, and E.E.M. Chia, Induced Ferromagnetism at Interfaces between BiFeO3and YBa2Cu3O, American Physical Society March Meeting, Denver, Colorado, March 2014
  9. J.T. Haraldsen, R. Fernandes, P. Wolfle, and A.V. Balatsky,¨ Understanding the superconducting state in SrTiO3, Materials Research Society Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, April 2013.
  10. J.T. Haraldsen, The Heisenberg pentamer: Insights into inelastic neutron scattering, American Physical Society March Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, March 2013.
  11. J.T. Haraldsen, R. Fernandes, P. Wolfle, and A.V. Balatsky,¨ Understanding the superconducting state in SrTiO3, American Physical Society March Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, March 2013.
  12. J.T. Haraldsen, R.M. Fernandes, P. Wolfle, S.A. Trugman, and A.V. Balatsky,¨ Understanding the superconducting state in LaAlO3/SrTiO3, SCES 2012, Busan, South Korea, July 2012.
  13. J.T. Haraldsen, P. Wolfle, S.A. Trugman, and A.V. Balatsky,¨ Polarization and Electric-field effect on superconductivity at complex oxide interfaces, Materials Research Society Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, April 2012.
  14. J.T. Haraldsen, P. Wolfle, and A.V. Balatsky,¨ Electric-field effect on superconductivity at complex oxide interfaces, American Physical Society March Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, March 2012.
  15. J.T. Haraldsen, Y. Dubi, N. Curro, and A.V. Balatsky, Hidden order pseudogap in URu2Si2, SCES 2011 – Poster Session, Cambridge, United Kingdom, August 2011.
  16. J.T. Haraldsen, S.A. Trugman, and A.V. Balatsky, Emergent States in paraelectric and superconducting interfaces, Gordon Research Conference on Superconductivity – Poster Session, Waterville Valley, New Hampshire, June 2011.
  17. J.T. Haraldsen, Modeling the spin dynamics of non-collinear magnetic systems: Application to the improper multiferroic phases of Ga-doped CuFeO2 and CuCrO2, Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico, April 2011.
  18. J.T. Haraldsen, S.A. Trugman, and A.V. Balatsky, Investigation of the emergent states in paraelectric and superconducting interfaces, American Physical Society March Meeting, Dallas, Texas, March 2011.
  19. J.T. Haraldsen and R.S. Fishman, Modeling the Non-Collinear Phase of 3.5% Ga-doped CuFeO2, American Physical Society March Meeting, Dallas, Texas, March 2011.
  20. J.T. Haraldsen and R.S. Fishman, Mechanism of Normal Chirality at Hexagonal Interfaces, American Physical Society March Meeting, Portland, Oregon, March 2010.
  21. J.T. Haraldsen and R.S. Fishman, Spin Rotation Technique for Non-Collinear Magnetic Systems: Application to the Generalized Villain Model, American Physical Society March Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 2009.
  22. J.T. Haraldsen, M.B. Stone, M.D. Lumsden, T. Barnes, R. Jin, S.E. Nagler, J.W. Taylor, and F. FernandezAlonso, Observation of Magnetic Excitations in Na3RuO4 using Inelastic Neutron Scattering, American Physical Society March Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2008.
  23. J.T. Haraldsen, T. Barnes, J. Sinclair, J. Thompson, R. Sacci, and J. Turner, Magnetic Properties for a Mixed Valence Hexamer from Interacting Trimers: Application to Spin-1/2 Vanadium Clusters, American Physical Society March Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2008.
  24. J.T. Haraldsen and T. Barnes, Magnetic Properties and Inelastic Neutron Scattering for Spin Clusters: Application to V6 and Na3RuO4, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, October 2007.
  25. J.T. Haraldsen, M.B. Stone, M.D. Lumsden, T. Barnes, R. Jin, S.E. Nagler, J.W. Taylor, and F. FernandezAlonso, Observation of Magnetic Excitations in Na3RuO4 using Inelastic Neutron Scattering, American Physical Society March Meeting, Denver, Colorado, March 2007.
  26. J.T. Haraldsen, T. Barnes, J. Sinclair, J. Thompson, R. Sacci, and J. Turner, Inelastic Neutron Scattering Predictions for V4+ Molecular Magnets, American Physical Society March Meeting Poster Session, Denver, Colorado, March 2007.
  27. J.T. Haraldsen, T. Barnes, and J.L. Musfeldt, Magnetic Observables for Small Antiferromagnetic S = 1 and Spin Clusters, American Physical Society March Meeting, Los Angles, California, March 2005.
  28. J.T. Haraldsen, R. Wesołowski, J. Cao, J.L. Musfeldt, I. Olejniczak, J. Choi, Y.J. Wang, and J.A. Schlueter, Understanding the totally symmetric intramolecular vibrations in κ-phase organic superconductors, American Physical Society March Meeting, Los Angles, California, March 2005.
  29. J.T. Haraldsen, T. Barnes, J.L. Musfeldt, and S.E. Nagler, Understanding Magnetic Excitations in S = Tetrameric Spin Clusters: Applications to the Molecular Magnet NaCuAsO4, American Physical Society Southeastern Section Meeting, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, November 2004.
  30. J.T. Haraldsen, T. Barnes, and J.L. Musfeldt, Low Energy Excitations of Molecular Solids with Novel Magnetic and Vibrational Properties, Master’s Thesis Defense, Knoxville, Tennessee, November 2004.
  31. J.T. Haraldsen, T. Barnes, and J.L. Musfeldt, Inelastic Neutron Scattering Observables for Small Antiferromagnetic S=Spin Clusters, American Physical Society National Meeting, Montreal, Canada, March 2004.
  32. J.T. Haraldsen, T. Barnes, and J.L. Musfeldt, Magnetic Excitations of S=Spin Clusters: Susceptibility, Heat Capacity, and Neutron Scattering Excitations and Intensities, Fall 2003 Materials Research Society Meeting, Boston, MA., December 2003.
  33. J.T. Haraldsen, R. Wesołowski, J. Choi, J. Cao, J.L. Musfeldt, and T. Barnes, Frontiers in Chemical Physics: Optical Spectroscopy and Neutron Scattering, Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA., November 2003.
  34. J.T. Haraldsen, R. Wesołowski, J.L. Musfeldt, and T. Barnes, Molecular Dynamics and Magnons in the Spin Ladder Candidate (DT-TTF)2Au(mnt)2, American Physical Society National Meeting, Austin, TX, March 2003.

Student Presentations

Presented while at the University of North Florida

  1. D. Boyko, A.V. Balatsky, and J.T. Haraldsen, Evolution of magnetic Dirac bosons in a honeycomb lattice, American Physical Society March Meeting, Los Angeles, California, March 2018.
  2. R. Putnamand J.T. Haraldsen, Examination of the magnetic interactions between divacant Fe dimers in graphene, American Physical Society March Meeting, Los Angeles, California, March 2018.
  3. C. Chicola, A.V. Balatsky, and J.T. Haraldsen, Transition-Metal Effects on the Electronic Dirac Cone in Intercalated Bilayer Graphene, American Physical Society March Meeting, Los Angeles, California, March 2018.
  4. T. Pekarek, P. Edwards, I. Manuel, D. Parker, J.T. Haraldsen, I. Miotkowski, A. Ramdas, Mechanisms underlying the transition to the long-range spin glass state in the layered quasi-2D III-VI diluted magnetic semiconductor Ga1−xMnxS system, American Physical Society March Meeting, Los Angeles, California, March 2018.
  5. R. Putnamand J.T. Haraldsen, Examination of the magnetic interactions between divacant Fe dimers in graphene, Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, Eastern Florida State College, Cocoa, Florida, February 2018.
  6. J. Dimunaand J.T. Haraldsen, Advancement of DNA sequencing using 2D materials, Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, Eastern Florida State College, Cocoa, Florida, February 2018.
  7. D. Boyko, A.V. Balatsky, and J.T. Haraldsen, Determination of the spin dynamics and magnetic Dirac nodes in a Heisenberg honeycomb lattice, American Physical Society March Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2017.
  8. T. LaMartina, A.V. Balatsky, and J.T. Haraldsen, Understanding the magnetic and electronic properties of transition-metal chalcogenides, American Physical Society March Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2017.
  9. S. Fan, A. Wahish, K. Smith, K. O’Neal, I. Manuel, J.T. Haraldsen, Y. Horibe, S. Cheong, and J. Musfeldt, Optical observation of intercalation-induced symmetry breaking in Fex−1TaS2, American Physical Society March Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2017.
  10. T. LaMartina, A.V. Balatsky, and J.T. Haraldsen, Understanding the magnetic and electronic properties of transition-metal chalcogenides, Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, February 2017.
  11. G. Houchinsand J. T. Haraldsen, Generalization of Magnetic Dimer Excitations, American Physical Society March Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, March 2015.
  12. C. B. Crook, C. Constantin, J. T. Haraldsen, T. Ahmed, J.-X. Zhu, and A. V. Balatsky, Determination of superexchange correlations in magnetically substituted graphene, American Physical Society March Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, March 2015.
  13. N. Creange, C. Constantin, J. T. Haraldsen, T. Ahmed, J.-X. Zhu, and A. V. Balatsky, Understanding the optical and electronic properties of Ga-doped graphene, American Physical Society March Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, March 2015.
  14. C. Crook, T. Ahmed, J.-X. Zhu, C. Constantin, and J. T. Haraldsen, Determination of Exchange Interactions for Magnetic Impurities in Graphene, JMU Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium, Harrisonburg, Virginia, July 2014.
  15. G. Houchinsand J. T. Haraldsen, Generalization of magnetic dimer excitations, JMU Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium, Harrisonburg, Virginia, July 2014.
  16. K. Hunter, N. Creange, C. Constantin, and J. T. Haraldsen, Understanding the electronic, optical, and transport properties of (LaAlO3)n/(SrTiO3)n multilayers, American Physical Society March Meeting, Denver, Colorado, March 2014.
  17. N. Creange, Kevin Hunter, C. Constantin, and J. T. Haraldsen, Understanding the electronic, optical, and transport properties of Graphene deposited on GaN with varying surface roughness, American Physical Society March Meeting, Denver, Colorado, March 2014

Research Students

Daniel Boyko

  • Fall 2015 Present
  • Publication – Physical Review B 97 014433 (2018)
  • APS March Meeting, New Orleans LA (March 2017)
  • APS March Meeting, Los Angeles CA (March 2018)
  • Natural Science Poster Session, UNF (Fall 2016)
  • Workshop on 2D and Dirac Materials, Jacksonville Beach (Fall 2016)
  • Natural Science Poster Session, UNF (Fall 2017)
  • Workshop on Dirac and Weyl Materials, Jacksonville Beach (Fall 2017)

Thomas La Martina

  • Fall 2015 Spring 2017
  • Publication – Physica Status Solidi – RRL 180018 (2018)
  • APS March Meeting, New Orleans LA (March 2017)
  • Natural Science Poster Session, UNF (Fall 2016)
  • Workshop on 2D and Dirac Materials, Jacksonville Beach (Fall 2016)

Duncan Parker

  • Summer 2016 Spring 2017
  • APS March Meeting, New Orleans LA (March 2017)
  • Natural Science Poster Session, UNF (Fall 2016)

Ian Manual

  • Summer 2016 Present
  • Publication – Physical Review B 96 205119 (2017)
  • Natural Science Poster Session, UNF (Fall 2016)
  • Senior Semester Project

Ron Putnam

  • Summer 2017 Present
  • Natural Science Poster Session, UNF (Fall 2016)
  • Workshop on Dirac and Weyl Materials, Jacksonville Beach (Fall 2017)
  • CUWiP, UNF (Fall 2017)
  • Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, Eastern Florida (Spring 2018)
  • APS March Meeting, Los Angeles CA (March 2018)

Aditi Mahabir

  • Summer 2017 Present
  • Received Physics Department Summer Research Grant ($2000)
  • Natural Science Poster Session (Fall 2017)

Kyro Boom

  • Spring 2017 Present
  • Senior Semester Project
  • Natural Science Poster Session (Fall 2017)
  • Workshop on Dirac and Weyl Materials, Jacksonville Beach (Fall 2017)

Cory Anderson

  • Spring 2017
  • Senior Semester Project

Chloe Chicola

  • Spring 2017 Fall 2017
  • Natural Science Poster Session (Fall 2017)

John Dimuna

  • Fall 2017 Present
  • Received SURF Award from Office of Undergraduate Research ($4000 stipend)

Devon Cox

  • Fall 2017 Present
  • Received OUR Award from Office of Undergraduate Research ($1100 stipend)

Alexandra Alcantara

  • Fall 2017 Present
  • Received Physics Department Summer Research Grant ($2000)

Steven Malone

  • Fall 2017 – Present

Alison Roxburgh

  • Summer 2018 – Present

Amelia Brumfield

  • Fall 2018 – Present

 

Funded Grants

External

Years Title Granting Agency Amount Granted
2014-2015 Investigations into two-dimensional Institute for Materials Science $39,137
Dirac materials at Los Alamos National Laboratory
2015-2018 Understanding Magnetic Dirac Materials Institute for Materials Science at Los Alamos National Laboratory $39,952
2016-2017 Understanding Magnetic Dirac Materials Institute for Materials Science $41,210
Second Year Extension at Los Alamos National Laboratory
2017-2018 Understanding Magnetic Dirac Materials Institute for Materials Science $60,000
Third Year Extension at Los Alamos National Laboratory
2018-2020 Understanding Magnetic Dirac Materials Institute for Materials Science $120,000
Fourth/Fifth Year Extension at Los Alamos National Laboratory
Internal
Years Title Grant Amount Granted
2016-2017 Gaussian Software Faculty Technology Grant $2,000
2017-2018 Investigation into Spintronic Devices AA Faculty Development $7,500
using Graphene Scholarship Grant
Non-Funded Grant

Applications

Years Title Granting Agency Amount Granted
2016-2017 Investigation into Spintronic Devices AA Faculty Development $7,500
using Graphene Scholarship Grant
2018 Towards the realization of Research Corporation $300,000
two-dimensional spintronic devices Cottrell Scholar Award
using density functional theory Cottrell Scholar Award

 

 

 

Support & Awards

External

Dates Title Institution Support
2014-2016 LANL Faculty Affliate Los Alamos National Laboratory Travel support to LANL
2015-2017 KITP Scholar Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics Travel support to

Univ. of California

Santa Barbara

2016-Present Investigation of magnetic structure Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies CINT User Award
at the interface of

YBaCuO7 and SrTiO3

Los Alamos National Laboratory
Internal
Dates Award/Department Title Support
2016 STARS Poster Magnetic Dirac Materials: $5,000
Competition Spintronic Applications for Graphene
2016 Physics Department Optical and electronic effects $2,000
Summer Research Award of magnetic nanoparticles
Ian Manuel on graphene nanoribbons
2017 SURF Award Advancement of DNA sequencing $5,000
Office of Undergraduate Research

Student: John Dimuna

using 2D materials
2017 Undergraduate Research Award Magnetic enhancement of the $750
Office of Undergraduate Research electronic properties of InAs1−xSbx:
Student: Devon Cox Topological shifts through transition metal infusing
2017 Physics Department The search for new materials $2,000
Summer Research Award

Aditi Mahabir

for gamma ray detection
2018 STARS Poster Towards the realization of $5,000
Competition DNA/RNA sequencing using two-dimensional nanopore materials
2018 Physics Department Examining the magnetic-exchange $2,000
Summer Research Award interactions of 3d transition-metal
Alexandria Alcantara graphene sandwiches
2018 Presidential Faculty Leader Award Excellence in teaching and Service $5,000

Organized Workshops

Electronic and Optical Properties for 2D and Dirac Materials, Jacksonville Beach, Florida, December 2016.

Organization Committee: J.T. Haraldsen (UNF), T. Cheatham (UNF), T. Ahmed (LANL), A.V. Balatsky

(LANL, NORDITA), and C. Pearlman-Blount (LANL)

Funding: Institute for Material Science at Los Alamos National Laboratory ($10K)

Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics ($7500) University of North Florida ($5000)

Advance in Dirac and Weyl Materials, Jacksonville Beach, Florida, December 2017.

Organization Committee: J.T. Haraldsen (UNF), T. Cheatham (UNF), A.V. Balatsky (LANL, NORDITA), and

  1. Pearlman-Blount (LANL)

Funding: Institute for Material Science at Los Alamos National Laboratory ($10K)

University of North Florida ($7000)

Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics ($5600)

Dynamic Quantum Matter, Stockholm, Sweden, December 2018.

Organizing Committee: A.V. Balatsky (NORDITA, UCONN, and LANL), J. Bardarson (KTH), Annica BlackSchaffer (Uppsala University), J.T. Haraldsen (UNF), J. Hellsvik (KTH), P. Hofmann (Aarhus University), J.

Weissenrieder (KTH)

Funding: Institute for Material Science at Los Alamos National Laboratory ($10K – pending)

University of North Florida ($2000)

Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics ($30K)

Affiliations

Editor, Physical Review B

Reviewer, Journal of Physical Chemistry Member, American Physical Society.

Member, American Chemical Society.

Member, American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Member, Materials Research Society.

Member, National Physics Honors Society (ΣΠΣ).

Member, National Mathematical Honors Society (KME)