SDSU Research Foundation

  • Superconducting Quantum Electromagnetic Sensor Project (71-7006)

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  • Overview

    This Statement of Work covers the need for the services of a college student to provide technical and/or analytical support in the field of electrical engineering or mechanical engineering for the Superconducting Quantum Electromagnetic Sensor project. The purpose of this project is to assist in the analysis and characterization of a series of Superconducting Quantum Interference Device Arrays (SQA) in terms of their electrical and transport properties to advance sensor capabilities.


    • Conducting transport and electrical properties measurements in SQAs at temperatures between 4 < T < 120 K. The methods of measurements shall consist of:
      • Providing support on sample preparation, setting up experiments and monitoring equipment in the laboratory
      • Measuring the current vs. voltage characteristics of SQAs at different temperatures and applied currents,
      • Measuring voltage vs magnetic field characteristics as a function of the bias field, temperature and critical current.
    • Analyzing the data for each one of the cases described in 3.1 to determine the critical current of the devices. Advance the existing data acquisition software and analyzes to automate the data collection


    Minimum Qualifications:


    Undergraduate Level 3: Computer Science (Senior)


    Required Course Work:

    • Programming Classes, C language, MatLab
    • Basic Physics
    • Math and Calculus


    Additional Qualifications desired:

    • Previous experience working with MatLab is
    • Some Experience with instrumentation is a plus. Skills:
    • MatLab
    • LabView
    • Good writing and organizational skills

    This is a student position and is limited to working 20 hours per week
    This position will remain open until filled
    San Diego State University Research Foundation is an EEO/AA/Disability/Vets Employer


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