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Jason Nobles (Assoc)

Jason Nobles is a Research Associate with the Physics Department at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Jason is working in the Quantum Sensors Division at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). He is conducting research on the design, fabrication, and testing of transition edge sensors for high-resolution, gamma-ray spectroscopy. Jason earned a Bachelor of Science in Physics/Energy Science in 2015 and a Doctorate in Applied Science–Physics in 2020 at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. His graduate work focused on radio frequency characterization of liquid crystal materials and the development of novel liquid crystal devices operating in the micro-wave regime.

Research Interests

  • Development of novel superconducting devices to support next-generation transition edge sensors.
  • Micro-fabrication process development to support improved sensor density and response times.
  • Studying superconducting materials to promote increased understanding of the superconducting state.
Created December 27, 2023, Updated February 8, 2024