The 9th OXiNEMS project meeting took place on 24-25 May at the Institute of Nanostructure and Solid State Physics (INF) of the University of Hamburg. A great opportunity to discuss in-person the recent advancements of the project and visit the laboratories!
Luca Pellegrino gave the talk entitled “Pulsed laser deposition of LaAlO3 films for MEMS applications” at the OPERA workshop "Fundamental research - New Materials”, which took place at Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación ETSIT (Higher Technical School of Engineers in Telecommunication) of Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) from 19 April to 21 April, 2023.
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”.
Here is the picture from iWOE27 (www.iwoe27.eu). The workshop counted 187 participants overall, 96 in person and 91 in remote. 102 posters and 49 talks. iWOE27 was hold in Genova, Italy, in the wonderful setting of Palazzo Ducale, October 13-15, 2021
The 3rd OXiNEMS project meeting took place on April 22nd and 23rd in a web-based format. Participants from all the OXiNEMS units discussed the recent results on the project activities and attended the exploitation workshop run by META Group, working together on the topic of identifying and characterizing Key Exploitable Results coming from the project.
The second project meeting took place in Chieti (Italy) at ITAB - Institute for Advanced Biomedical Technologies on November 21st-22nd.
The participants had the opportunity to visit the MEG system and the Very-Low field MRI system operating at ITAB. Specifically, the participants had the possibility to discuss all the technical details relating the operation of the prototype device in a biomagnetic environment. The OXiNEMS magnetic field sensors will be finally tested in such a facility inside the Magnetically Shielded Rooms.