In partnership with the High Field Magnetic Laboratory (HFML*) at Radboud University Nijmegen, this webinar will describe the unmatched sensitivity and linearity of the GHS-C range of graphene Hall sensors when placed in cryogenic temperature environments and in strong magnetic fields exceeding 30 Tesla.
Webinar: Graphene Hall sensors for cryogenic applications, including quantum computing
The webinar will be approximately 45 minutes, with time for questions at the end.
*HFML is part of the European Magnetic Field Laboratory (EMFL)
Dr Hugh Glass – GHS Technology Owner, Paragraf
Hugh achieved a first-class Master’s degree in chemistry from the University of Surrey, focusing on the synthesis of new materials and their use in green energy applications. Hugh then moved to Cambridge University to study for a PhD in the synthesis and characterisation of novel electrode materials for batteries. This was undertaken as part of the Nanotechnology centre for doctoral training (NanoDTC), a multidisciplinary centre which exposed Hugh to a wide range of science and commercial areas; from courses on quantum mechanics, materials science and bio mimicry to short consultancy projects and business, innovation and communication courses. This experience helps Hugh bring together ideas from a wide variety of fields to advance innovation at Paragraf.
Prof. Dr Uli Zeitler – Semiconductors and Nanostructures, HFML-FELIX Radboud University
Research in high magnetic fields:
- Low-temperature magneto-transport and magneto-capacitance
- Thermopower and other thermal properties
- Magnetism, superconductivity.
Spun out of the Materials Science Department, University of Cambridge, Paragraf has one core focus… to deliver the speculated capabilities of graphene to the real world.