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Magnetics Group


The Magnetics Group develops measurement technology for industries broadly concerned with magnetic information storage and biomagnetic imaging, spanning the range from practical engineering to theoretical modeling. The group disseminates the results of its research through publications in peer-reviewed journals, presentations at conferences and workshops, and participation in standards organizations.

NRC Postdoc Program

Summer Undergraduate Research
Fellowship (SURF) Program


Magnetodynamics and Spin Electronics—The Division's program in spin electronics and nanoscale spin dynamics develops new measurement techniques to characterize the high frequency properties and performance of nanomagnetic structures …

Biomagnetic Imaging—The biomagnetic imaging program develops standards, measurement methods, and new magnetic imaging modalities for biomedical and environmental applications.

RF Nano-electronics—The RF Nanoelectronics Project focuses on research and development of quantitative high-frequency metrology of RF nanomaterial, nanoelectronic and life science systems. The core activities of the …

Superconductor Electromechanics—The program measures the critical current of superconductor wires as a function of magnetic field, temperature, and mechanical strain, and investigates methods to improve the performance of …