PROJECT TITLE :
Thin-Film-Based Ultralow Noise SQUID Magnetometer
We tend to report on the development of an ultralow-noise skinny-film-primarily based superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) magnetometer. A niobium thin-film pickup coil is connected to the input coil of a SQUID current sensor. The low capacitance of the used submicrometer cross-kind Josephson junctions permits superior noise performance of the device. Application scenarios, e.g., in geophysics and ultralow-field magnetic resonance imaging, are discussed.
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