Plenary Talk 4 - NIST on a Chip: Photonic and Quantum-Based Sensors for Measurements of Pressure, Vacuum, Temperature and Beyond!
- SMSI 2020
(did not take place because of Covid-19 virus pandemic)
- SMSI 2020
- SMSI 2020 - Plenary Talks
- J. Hendricks, Z. Ahmed, D. Barker, K. Douglass, S. Eckel, J. Fedchak, N. Klimov, J. Ricker, J. Scherschligt - NIST – National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg (USA)
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At the core of the NIST on a Chip (NoAC) program is the idea that measurement technology can be developed to enable metrology to be done "outside the National Metrology Institute" by virtue of depoyment and often miniatured standards (that can also serve as sensors) that are based on fundamental properties of nature and are therefore directly tracible to the international system of units known as the SI. Nested within this idea is the development of quantum-based standards for SI traceability, what NIST is now calling, QSI, or Qunatum based International System of units. More specifically, this paper will cover NIST efforts in the area of thermodynamic metrology relating to pressure, vacuum and temperature measurements.