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Myron B Salamon
Dean-Natural Sciences & Mathematics, Research Scientist-Physics, Department of
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Email Address  mxs068100@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 972-883-2416    URL UTD Webpage    Media Contact
 Professional Preparation
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 Ph. D.PhysicsUniversity of California, Berkeley1966
 B.S.PhysicsCarnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie-Mellon University)1961
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Overview

In 1966, Dr. Salamon joined the Department of Physics at the University of Illinois, one of the top-ranked physics departments in the United States.

During 1995-96, Salamon served as a distinguished visiting professor with the Japan Ministry of Education at Tsukuba University, and in 1996 was the Matthias Scholar at Los Alamos National Laboratory. From 2000-2006 he was the associate dean and director of the Experiment Station in Illinois' College of Engineering.

In 2006, he joined The University of Texas at Dallas as Dean of the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.

Research Interests
Dr. Salamon is noted for his research in experimental condensed matter physics, phase transitions, superconductivity and the properties of magnetic materials.
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H. Yanagihara, and M. B. Salamon, RoIe of Topological Defects on Magnetotransport in CrO2, Journal of Physics C. (in press).
Category: Journal of Physics C.
Peer reviewed
2007
J. Hooper, M. H. Fang, M. Zhou, D. Forbes, N. Dang, Z. Q. Mao, C. M. Feng, Z. A. Xu, M. H. Yu, C. J. O'Connor, G. J. Xu, N. Anderson and M.. Salamon, Competing magnetic fluctuations in Sr3Ru2O7 probed by Ti doping. Physical Review B. 75,060403/1 -4 (2007).
Category: Physical Review B
Peer reviewed
2006
E. E. M. Chia, M. B. Salamon, T. Park, H.-J. Kim, S.-I. Lee and H. Takeya, Observation of the spontaneous vortex phase in the weakly ferromagnetic superconductor ErNi2B2C: A penetration depth study. Europhysics Letters 73, 772-778 (2006).
Category: Europhysics Letters
Peer reviewed
2006
Tuson Park, F. Ronning, H. Q. Yuan, M. B. Salamon, R. Movshovich, J. I. Sarrao and J. D. Thompson, Hidden Magnetism and Quantum Criticality in the Heavy Fermion Superconductor CeRh|n5. Nature 440, 65-68 (2006).
Category: Nature
Peer reviewed
2006
H.Q. Yuan, D.F. Agterberg, N. Hayashi, P. Badica, D. Vandervelde, K. Togano, M. Sigrist, and M. B. Salamon, S-Wave Spin-Triplet Order in Superconductors without Inversion Symmetry: Li2Pd3B and Li2Pt3B, Physical Review Letters 97, 017006/1 -4 (2006).
Category: Physical Review Letters
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May, 2004 May, 2005 Relaxation Properties of Permalloy Nanoparticles and their Effect on Superconductivity
Relaxation Properties of Permalloy Nanoparticles and their Effect on Superconductivity Argonne Workshop on Nanomagnetism
August, 2004 August, 2005 Phase Separation or Griffiths Phase in Doped Manganites
Phase Separation or Griffiths Phase in Doped Manganites Lake Geneva Workshop on Magnetism and x-ray Scattering
9-Dec-02 9-Dec-02 In the node: gap geometry of unconventional superconductors
In the node: gap geometry of unconventional superconductors, Washington University, St. Louis,
7-Jun-00 7-Jun-00 ColossaI Magnetoresistance with Berries
ColossaI Magnetoresistance with Berries, Physics Seminar, Department of Physics, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Pohang, Korea
6-Apr-00 6-Apr-00 Colossal Magnetoresistance (with Berries)
Colossal Magnetoresistance (with Berries) Physics Colloquium, University of Delaware
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2006-PresentDeanSchool of Natural Sciences and Mathematics The University of Texas at Dallas
2000-2006Associate Dean  University of Illinois
1984-1991DirectorNSF MATERIALS RESEARCH LABORATORY (Now MRSEC PROGRAM) University of Illinois
1974-PresentProfessorDepartment of Physics University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1972-1974Associate ProfessorDepartment of Physics University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1966-1972Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Physics University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 News Articles
Chemistry Prof Is Honored for Stirring Young Minds
UT Dallas News Center

The School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics has honored Dr. Gregg Dieckmann with the 2010-2011 Outstanding Teaching Award for his efforts in encouraging students and creating a successful learning environment.

Dieckmann, associate professor of chemistry, said he appreciated the recognition from students and colleagues for something he loves doing. He has taught at UT Dallas for more than a decade.

“I enjoy the combination of teaching and research, and we have a wonderful group of colleagues who encourage each other and help each other,” Dieckmann said. “This is a fantastic honor.”

His desire to teach, he said, didn’t fully develop until his days in graduate school at the University of Michigan as a teaching assistant.


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