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Projects/Programs

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FPGA Design

Ongoing
Our group is developing FPGA based digital phase noise measurement and control systems.

Fundamental Guided Wave Metrology

Ongoing
Radio-frequency (RF) waves and microwaves are involved with almost every facet of everyday life. Radio stations, television, wireless devices, satellite

Future Directions for Magnetic Sensors

Completed
Our goal is to develop the scientific understanding needed to allow modeling and simulation to become the driving force in improving magnetic sensors and to

Genomics of Electronic Materials

Ongoing
Our goal is to develop the metrology to enable a materials genomic approach to the discovery and optimization of complex electronic and electromagnetic

High-Power Laser Applications

Ongoing
High power lasers capable of continuous output powers ranging from hundreds of watts to tens-of-thousands of watts present exciting opportunities for rapid

Indoor Localization and Tracking

Ongoing
This web page is simply a pointer to another page that covers the extensive research program in indoor localization and tracking at NIST.

Magnetic Imaging

Completed
Our goal is to develop a real-time magnetic domain imaging system and apply it to technologically important systems, including data-storage and permanent

Magnetic Random Access Memory

Ongoing
The program on magnetic random-access memory develops metrology to determine how spin currents can be generated and used to control and manipulate magnetization

Metrology of the Ohm

Ongoing
Resistance standards traceable to NIST provide references for measurements of current at levels from 3000 A to below 20 fA and are used to support a wide

Micro- and Nanoelectromechanical Systems

Completed
Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) are integrated devices with critical applications in sensing, timing, signal processing, and biomedical diagnostics, and

Nanocalorimetry

Ongoing
Nanocalorimetry using micromachined devices has the capability to provide quantitative data to support the development of advanced metal silicide metallizations

Nanoelectromagnetics

Ongoing
The core activities in this program are the development and application of metrology for quantitative characterization of hetero-structured materials and

Nanostructure Fabrication and Metrology

Ongoing
Single photons are the fundamental particles for all optical measurements. Single photon detectors made from avalanche photodiodes or photomultiplier tubes are

Nanostructure Synthesis

Ongoing
We synthesize semiconductor nanostructures to serve both as test structures for measurement techniques and as building blocks for novel metrology tools and