The world's most precise magnetometer
Sep 17, 2014
Sponsored by Metrolab
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is the "gold standard" for magnetometry, with precision of under 1 ppm and zero drift. During this webinar you will learn about:
- the principles, applications and limitations of this astounding measurement technique;
- Metrolab's family of NMR magnetometers, which, since their introduction in 1986, have established themselves as unrivalled reference instruments for standards and research laboratories such as CERN, and production tools for MRI system manufacturers such as Philips, Siemens and GE;
- the latest member of this instrument family, a flexible and modern laboratory instrument that pushes back the key limitations of NMR magnetometers by nearly an order of magnitude: range, resolution, speed, field inhomogeneity and probe size.
Speaker: Philip Keller
Philip has been responsible for marketing and product management at Metrolab Technology in Geneva, Switzerland, since 2003. His career spans executive management as well as research positions in a variety of technology industries, ranging from flight simulation to medical ultrasound. He holds Master's degrees in physics from Ohio State University and in international management from the University of Lausanne in Switzerland.