Progress towards a robust, calibration free and ultra-sensitive quantum technology-based magnetometer for fire-and-forget applications
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Unruh, Thane, Halder, Sajib and Kapideb Ambal. Progress towards arobust, calibration free and ultra-sensitive quantum technology-based magnetometer for fire-and-forget applications. -- Fyre in STEM Showcase, 2021.
A magnetometer, or magnetic field sensor, are used on all types of aircrafts and spacecrafts to measure magnetic field intensity. We will be using EDMR or, electrically detected magnetic resonance, to measure these magnetic fields. We are working to miniaturize the design because as of now EDMR is fairly large and does not fit well on small satellites or aircrafts. But with the smaller design we do not want to lose any of the sensitivity of the sensor. Therefore, we are making our sensor as small as we can without losing and sensitivity and maybe even improve sensitivity.
Poster and abstract presented at the FYRE in STEM Showcase, 2021.
Research project completed at the Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Physics.