Precision Measurement of Time-Varying Fields
Philip Keller, Marketing & Product Management, Metrolab Technology SA 

Commercial magnetometers are generally designed to measure stable magnetic fields. The measurement and analysis of time-varying fields has been an afterthought, even though they are central in many commercial applications, such as electric machines and environmental measurements. This session will review recent progress in this area, mostly in the realm of analysis software, as well as some of the challenges that remain.

Philip Keller is responsible for Marketing & Product Management at Metrolab Technology SA, in Geneva, Switzerland. Before joining Metrolab in 2003, Philip worked as senior manager in Ascom, as a researcher in ultrasound medical imaging, and for Microsoft, Boeing, and several start-up companies. He holds Master degrees in Physics and International Management.

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