NSF Award funds novel magnetic resonance research
MAE’s Joseph Heremans is part of a multidisciplinary team of Ohio State researchers awarded $1 million by the National Science Foundation who will develop a broadband high frequency resonance spectrometer, the first in the 100’s GHz at a shared user facility in the Midwest. The project will significantly strengthen and expand the investigation of novel fundamental phenomena and the development of paradigm-changing technologies for researchers from Ohio State and the region. To learn more click here
Story by Candi Clevenger, College of Engineering with contributions from Ryan Horns, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.