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Projects/Programs

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Accelerator Facilities

Ongoing
The Radiation Physics Division's accelerator facilities continue to support a broad range of research efforts in the areas of industrial and medical dosimetry

AC-DC Difference

Ongoing
The NIST Ac-dc2 Difference Project performs leading edge measurement services and research for ac-dc difference measurements and dc voltage metrology. We

Acoustic Techniques in Fluid Metrology

Ongoing
The Fluid Metrology Group leads the world in designing and using gas-filled acoustic resonators for measuring the thermodynamic temperature T, the Boltzmann

Acoustic Thermometry

Completed
By measuring the speed of sound in argon gas, we have determined thermodynamic temperature with unprecedented accuracy in the range 0 °C to 552 °C. Our results

Advanced Magnetic Imaging

Ongoing
The scope of MRI is expanding with the development of both ultra-high field (14 T) and ultra-low field (0.1 mT) scanners not only for biomedical applications

Advanced Microwave Photonics

Ongoing
Research on quantum information (QI) seeks to control and exploit exotic properties of quantum mechanics, and researchers are already generating "unbreakable"

Advancing PEEM-based Metrology

Ongoing
Specialized imaging methods with high spatial resolution are essential for advancing the physical understanding of emergent materials in advanced electronics

Air Speed Metrology

Ongoing
NIST's versatile wind tunnel is used to calibrate customers' airspeed sensors and to conduct research on the design of novel anemometers, the responses of

Amplifiers

Ongoing
To process quantum information it is important to have amplifiers with wide bandwidth, high dynamic range, and low noise.

Aperture area measurements

Ongoing
Radiometric and photometric measurements require defining apertures. The accuracy to which these measurements can be accomplished requires minimization of the

Applications of Quantum Information

Ongoing
Theory is being developed and used to devise methods for preserving and exploiting the quantum behavior of ever-larger systems for metrology, communication, and

Atom-Based Dimensional Metrology

Ongoing
To fabricate and measure solid state implementations of manufacturable atomically precise devices. Build the infrastructure to fabricate prototype few-atom