"Modelling analysis to support micro/nanoscale traceable magnetic field measurements"
Thesis for Master of Science degree (second academic degree)
Tutor: Alessandra Manzin
Description of the activities:
The aim of the proposed activity is the modelling analysis of the spatial distribution of magnetization in reference magnetic materials and magnetic probes for applications in traceable magnetic field measurements, with spatial resolution down to the micro/nanometer length scale. This modelling activity will be developed as a support of different measurement and imaging techniques, based on magnetic force microscopy or on the use of magnetoresistive and Hall microsensors. After a specific training on the physical models and their numerical implementation, the applicant will perform related simulations in the High Performance Computing Lab of Biomedical Metrology Program, by using ad-hoc numerical codes previously developed and validated at INRIM.
Proposal validity: from September 2017, no final date
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