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Laurel Elaine Winter Stritzinger

Laurel Stritzinger

Phone (505) 606-1741


  • Materials
  • Radiological materials
  • Materials behavior in extreme environments,
  • Scanned probe microscopies
  • Superconductivity
  • Magnetic
  • Transport characterization of materials,
  • High magnetic fields
  • Condensed matter
  • National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NMHFL)


Condensed Matter Physics at low temperatures and high magnetic fields


B.A. Physics with Highest Honors, Clark University, Worcester, MA, 2005-2009

M.S, Ph.D, Physics, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, 2009-2015



LANL Positions

Postdoctoral Researcher Seaborg Fellow, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (MPA-MAG) 2015 – current


Professional Societies

American Physical Society (APS)

American Association of University Women  (AAUW)




Graduate Student in Areas of National Need (GAANN) Fellowship



L. E. Winter, E. Steven, J.S. Brooks, S. Benjamin, J-H. Park, D. de Caro, C. Faulmann, L. Valade, K. Jacob, I. Chtioui, B. Ballesteros, J. Fraxedas, “Spin density wave and superconducting properties of nanoparticle organic conductor assemblies,” Phys. Rev. B, 91, 035437 (2015). 

L. E. Winter, J.S. Brooks, P. Schlottmann, M. Almedia, S. Benjamin, and C. Bourbonnais, “Re-entrant magnetic field induced charge and spin gaps in the coupled dual-chain quasi-one dimensional organic conductor Perylene2[Pt(mnt)2],” Europhysics Letters, 103 (3), 37008 [Editor’s Choice] (2013).

W. A. Coniglio, L. E. Winter, K. Cho, C. C. Agosta, B. Fravel, and L. K. Montgomery, “Superconducting phase diagram of FFLO signature in lambda-(BETS)2GaCl4 from rf penetration depth measurements,” Phys. Rev. B, 83, 224507 (2011).