Congratulation to Gaia Tarsi who received her Master degree in Material Science from the University of Genoa discussing a thesis entitled "Fabrication and characterization of microelectromechanical systems based on EuTiO3" !
Ingo Hilschenz presented a poster entitled “OXiNEMS - Oxide Nanoelectromechanical Systems for Ultrasensitive and Robust Sensing of Biomagnetic Fields” during the poster session on OPM, MCG and hardware at the 22nd International Conference on Biomagnetism, held in Birmingham, United Kingdom, from August 28th- September 1st 2022.
Stefania Della Penna organized a mini-symposium on Trends on on-scalp magnetoencephalography, held on July 13th 2002. Among the talks of the mini-symposium, Stefania Della Penna presented "The OXiNEMS project: Oxide NEMS and magnetoencephalography", and Sara Spadone’s work on "Impact of pick-up loop design on analysis of on-scalp MEG data" related to OXiNEMS was discussed.
The OXiNEMS members will present two contributions: Nicola Manca is going to present the poster “Stress Analysis and Q-Factor of Free-Standing (La,Sr)MnO3 Oxide Resonators” and Dhavalkumar Mungpara will give a seminar on the OXiNEMS magnetometer entitled “Towards nanomechanical detection of tiny magnetic fields”.
The OXiNEMS project will be present at the 18th International Workshop on Nanomechanical sensing, this year held at the Centre for Nano Science and Engineering (CeNSE), Indian Institute of Science(IISc), Bangalore, India from 9th - 12th August 2022 (Hybrid Mode).
Nicola Manca will present a Poster on “Stress Analysis and Q-Factor of Free-Standing (La,Sr)MnO3 Oxide Resonators” and Dhavalkumar Mungpara will give the talk “Towards nanomechanical detection of tiny magnetic fields”. The program of the event is reported on the NMC2022 website.