MiniGRAIL

GravitationalRadiation Antenna In Leiden

Kamerlingh Onnes Laboratory, Leiden University, The Netherlands

Projects for students


2005


Several projects are available for students in the development of the electro-mechanical transducer and read out system. Students from other Universities, within the Netherlands as well as abroad, are also welcome.

For more information:
Luciano Gottardi (Tel: +31 71 5275412)
Arlette de Waard (Tel: +31 71 5275641)


Bachelor Onderzoek (BO) - 4 months (24 ects)
For more information on the "Bachelor Onderzoek" click here.

Feasibility study of a AC bias/parametric transducer and multiplexing read-out for a spherical GW detector.
Development of a high-Q impedance matching transformer based on superconducting Nb planar coil.
Noise characterization of two-stage SQUID amplifiers for gravitational wave detectors.
Data analysis: Implement exact timing in the filtered data.
Data analysis: Veto with cosmic ray detectors (HiSPARC).
Data analysis: On line monitoring.


Master Onderzoek - 6 months (40 ects)
For more information on the "Master Onderzoek" click here.

Improvement of seismic filter


Reports and talks