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Neil M. Zimmerman (Fed)

Neil M. Zimmerman works as an experimental physicist at the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) in the Nanoscale Processes and Measurements Group. Much of his past work has focused on research in silicon single electron devices to build a standard of the electrical current based on the elementary charge, and for use as qubits in the solid state. He is currently working on helping develop the Quantum Anomalous Hall Effect as a resistance standard.  He has authored/co-authored about 87 peer-reviewed articles, has an h-index of 26, and has won several awards including the NIST Condon Award.

Projects

Publications

National Institute of Standards and Technology Environmental Scan 2020

Author(s)
Heather Evans, Kristen K. Greene, William M. Healy, Elizabeth Hoffman, Kate Rimmer, Anna V. Sberegaeva, Neil M. Zimmerman
The 2020 National Institute of Standards and Technology Environmental Scan provides an analysis of key external factors that could impact NIST and the

The Next Generation of Current Measurement for Ionization Chambers

Author(s)
Ryan P. Fitzgerald, Denis E. Bergeron, Dean G. Jarrett, Neil M. Zimmerman, Carine Michotte, Hansjoerg Scherer, Stephen Giblin, Steven Judge
Re-entrant ionization chambers (ICs) are essential to radionuclide metrology and nuclear medicine for maintaining standards and measuring half-lives. Metrology
Created May 21, 2019, Updated January 2, 2024