Proton magnetometer

Proton precession magnetometer is an interesting device that uses effects of quantum mechanics. Together with a relatively simple electronics one can get a precise scalar magnetometer… sounds simple but the practical realization can be a bit tricky. We played with this topic a bit, so below you can find some technical details which might be […]

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Geomagnetic observatory of Kelčany

Maglab has recently opened its new geomagnetic observatory of Kelčany in South Moravia.The observatory is located 6 m underground where the temperature is highly constant (form 9°C in winter to max 13 °C in summer with negligible daily variations).The magnetometer used in this observatory is a triaxial fluxgate manufactured by Maglab.

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EMSA 2012 in Prague!

Go to the web site of EMSA 2012 www.emsa2012.org for details about the conference and abstract submission.Deadline for abstract submission: April 3rd 2012.Contact: doc. Ing. Antonin Platil, Phd (platil@fel.cvut.cz)

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Incoming conferences

Maglab will host the 2010 edition of Magnetic Measurement, the biennial conference which is held since 1984. After the successful edition in Budapest two years ago, MM returns to the Czech Republic.

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Congratulation to Doc. Antonin Platil, PhD

Antonin Platil, a member of MAGLAB, successfully achieved yesterday his habilitation as Associate professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering.The decision has been later ratified with unanimous vote of the Scientific Counsil of the Faculty, which extremely appreciated the scientific work of Antonin Platil, and it’s now waiting for the formal approval of CTU Rectorate.

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Visit at NASA facility

Wednesday was a great day for MAGLAB. Prof. Ripka, together with M. Janosek and M. Butta visited the M. Acuna magnetic test facility of the NASA, located in the wood just a few miles from Washington (where Intermag/MMM conference is currently in progress).

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