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Nathan A Tomlin (Fed)

Publications

Proceedings of the 2nd CREST Nano-Virtual-Labs Joint Workshop on Superconductivity

Author(s)
Kent D. Irwin, James A. Beall, W.Bertrand (Randy) Doriese, William Duncan, S. L. Ferreira, Gene C. Hilton, Rob Horansky, John Mates, Nathan A. Tomlin, Galen O'Neil, Carl D. Reintsema, Dan Schmidt, Joel Ullom, Leila R. Vale
Superconductivity is a powerful tool for the detection of electromagnetic radiation and the energy in particle interactions. One leading superconducting

Patents

Recessed Carbon Nanotube Article and Method for Making Same

NIST Inventors
Chris Yung , Nathan A Tomlin and Dan Schmidt
patent description The proposed invention is a microbolometer array utilizing vertically aligned carbon nanotubes (V ACNTs) as broadband absorbing elements inside wells micromachined into a substrate. Membranes at the base of each well support the VACNTs and act as a weak thermal link. The VACNTs
A disk-shaped device is smaller than the half-dollar coin underneath it.

Smart Mirror

NIST Inventors
Aly Artusio-Glimpse , John H. Lehman , Michelle Stephens , Nathan A Tomlin and Paul A. Williams
This invention measures the power of a laser beam by detecting the displacement caused by photon pressure on a mirrored surface.
A flat pink device with a round black patch lies over a quarter.

Electrical-Substitution Radiometer

NIST Inventors
John H. Lehman and Nathan A Tomlin
This invention is an electrical-substitution radiometer (ESR) — a thermal detector for optical and infrared radiation — based on a novel configuration of arrays of vertically aligned carbon nanotubes.
Created October 9, 2019, Updated December 7, 2022