Coursebooks

Micro-magnetic field sensors and actuators

MICRO-602

Lecturer(s) :

Boero Giovanni

Language:

English

Frequency

Every 2 years

Remarque

Wednesday June 17th, 2020 from 9h15 to 12h00 & from 13h15 to 15h00 Thursday June 18th, 2020 from 9h15 to 12h00 & from 13h15 to 15h00 Friday June 19th, 2020 from 9h15 to 12h00 & from 13h15 to 14h00

Summary

The course provides the basis to understand the physics, the key performance, and the research and industrial applications of magnetic sensors and actuators. Together with a detailed introduction to magnetism, several magnetic sensors and actuators are studied.

Content

The course will happen online via Zoom.

 

Schedule:

Wednesday June 17th, 2020: 9h15 to 12h00 & 13h15 to 15h00
Thursday June 18th, 2020: 9h15 to 12h00 & 13h15 to 15h00
Friday June 19th, 2020: 9h15 to 12h00 & 13h15 to 14h00

 

1. Basics of magnetostatics

 

Maxwell laws. Magnetostatic. Magnetic dipoles and currents. Equations in matter. Calculations methods for magnetostatics. Magnetic field concentration. Magnetic screening. Eddy currents. Skin and proximity effect. Phenomenological description of matter. Diamagnetism. Paramagnetism. Ferromagnetism. Material conductivity under electric and magnetic fields.

 

2. Sensors & Actuators (principles and selected topics)

 

Basic principles, design and characteristics of following selected sensors and actuators:

 

Keywords

Magnetostatics, Hall effect devices, magnetic resonance, magnetometry, magnetic sensors

Learning Prerequisites

Recommended courses

Basic knowledge in physics and mathematics

In the programs

Reference week

 
      Lecture
      Exercise, TP
      Project, other

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