Focused Ion Beam

Reporting in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences this week, researchers from the Netherlands, Oxford and the Londo

Adrian Muxworthy

Adrian is currently a Reader in Earth and Planetary Magnetism at Imperial College London, where he heads the Natural Magnetism Group. He was a Royal Society University Research Fellow from 2004 to 2012. Before that he held post-doctoral research positions at the University of Edinburgh, University of Toronto, Univ. München and the GFZ Potsdam. He completed his D.Phil. at the University of Oxford, and was an undergraduate at the University of Edinburgh. He spent a year at the GFZ Potsdam whilst a Royal Society URF.

Researchers from Imperial College London and the LCN have recently performed a breakthrough experiment that could lead to a next g
While the Euston Arch may have been controversially demolished in the 1960s during redevelopment of Euston Station, but researcher

Richard Chater

Dr Richard Chater Instrumentation Research Fellow in the Department of Materials and his research areas include; Thin films, surfaces and interfaces, Research Techniques, Focused Ion Beam (FIB) Surface Analysis : Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS), Low energy Ion Scattering (LEIS) and Microscope-based White-light Interferometry

Paul Warburton

Prof Warburton works on the physics and applications of superconductor and semiconductor nanodevices. He has a specific focus on quantum annealing using superconducting devices, and on high-mobility oxide interfaces. He has responsibility for the LCN cleanroom, including both gallium and inert gas FIB, and electron-beam lithography.



How can one increase the maximum current which can flow in a superconductor without any resistance?