Matteo Alessandrini’s group at Bruker BioSpin and Prof. Senatore’s group at DQMP, University of Geneva have been recently awarded financial support by Innosuisse for a 3 years project. The project will start in September 2020.
The title of the project is “HTS superconducting joints for NMR magnets”. This project aims to develop superconducting HTS joints made for application in NMR magnets. The completion of the project will allow Switzerland to maintain the leadership in the NMR market whilst enabling the global bio-medical community to achieve breakthroughs in scientific research.
Principal investigators are Dr. Matteo Alessandrini and Prof. Carmine Senatore.