Scanning SQUID (Superconducting QUantum Interference Device) is a very sensitive tool for measuring magnetic flux.

We use scanning SQUID microscopy to probe a wide range of subjects that greatly benefit from non-invasive high sensitive local magnetic imaging. Some examples described in this page are characterization of newly developed magnetic and electronic materials with technological and scientific potential such as complex oxide interfaces or  dilute magnetic semiconductors. See also our work on magnetic nanoparticles, navigation and magnetism in magnetotactic bacteria, and current flow in nano-wires.

types of measurements