Who is Martin Huber?

Martin E. Huber received his Ph.D. (1988) and M.S. (1986) in physics from Stanford University and his B.S. (1982) in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His doctoral thesis was titled "A 1.5 m2 Superconducting Detector for Cosmic Ray Magnetic Monopoles". After a postdoctoral fellowship at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder, CO, he joined the faculty at the University of Colorado at Denver in the Department of Physics as an Assistant Professor in 1991 and was promoted to Associate Professor in 1998.

Dr. Huber continues to collaborate closely with colleagues at NIST in applications involving SQUIDs as sensors and amplifiers. He has been the recipient of a NSF Graduate Fellowship and a NRC Postdoctoral Research Associate Grant. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi. Dr. Huber has extensive experience with SQUID design, fabrication, and characterization. He is a co-inventor of a technology for damping SQUID resonances to improve SQUID operation, and has successfully applied this technology to SQUID series array amplifiers. His current research program is to develop new SQUID-based devices including a SQUID operational amplifier and SQUID susceptometer for use in scanning stages at cryogenic temperatures.

Curriculum Vitae

MARTIN E. HUBER

EDUCATION

Institution Date Degree Major
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1982 B. S. Physics
Stanford University 1986 M. S. Physics
Stanford University 1988 Ph. D. Physics

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1998-present Associate Professor of Physics, University of Colorado at Denver
1991-1998 Assistant Professor of Physics, University of Colorado at Denver
1988-1991 Research Associate, Cryoelectronic Metrology, NIST, Boulder, CO
1983-1988 Research Assistant, Department of Physics, Stanford University
1982-1987 Teaching Assistant, Department of Physics, Stanford University

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Journals
2002 D. Abrams, D. S. Akerib, M. S. Armel-Funkhouser, L. Baudis, D. A. Bauer, A. Bolozdynya, P. L. Brink, R. Bunker, B. Cabrera, D. O. Caldwell, J. P. Castle, C. L. Chang, R. M. Clarke, M. B. Crisler, R. Dixon, D. Driscoll, S. .Eichblatt, R. J. Gaitskell, S. R. Golwala, E. E. Haller, J. Hellmig, D. Holmgren, M. E. Huber, S. Kamat, A. Lu, V. Mandic, J. M. Martinis, P. Meunier, S. W. Nam, H. Nelson, T. A. Perera, M. C. Perillo-Isaac, W. Rau, R. R. Ross, T. Saab, B. Sadoulet, J. Sander, R. W. Schnee, T. Schutt, A. Smith, A. H. Sonnenschein, A. L. Spadafora, G. Wang, S. Yellin, and B. A. Young, “Exclusion limits on the WIMP-nucleon cross section from the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search,” Phys. Rev. D 66, 122003.
2001 M. E. Huber, A. H. Steinbach, and R. H. Ono, “Resonance Damping in Tightly Coupled dc SQUIDs via Intra-Coil Resistors,” Physica C 351:85-90.
2001 A. Steinbach, P. Joyez, A. Cottet, D. Esteve, M. H. Devoret, M. E. Huber, and J. M. Martinis, “Direct measurement of the Josephson supercurrent in an ultrasmall Josephson junction,” Phys. Rev. Lett 87:137003/1-4.
2000 R. Abusaidi, D. S. Akerib, P. D. Barnes, Jr., D. A. Bauer, A. Bolozdynya, P. L. Brink, R. Bunker, B. Cabrera, D. O. Caldwell, J. P. Castle, R. M. Clarke, P. Colling, M. B. Crisler, A. Cummings, A. Da Silva, A. K. Davies, R. Dixon, B. L. Dougherty, D. Driscoll, S. Eichblatt, J. Emes, R. J. Gaitskell, S. R. Golwala, D. Hale, E. E. Haller, J. Hellmig, M. E. Huber, K. D. Irwin, J. Jochum, F. P. Lipschultz, A. Lu, V. Mandic, J. M. Martinis, S. W. Nam, H. Nelson, B. Neuhauser, M. J. Penn, T. A. Perera, M. C. Perillo Isaac, B. Pritychenko, R. R. Ross, T. Saab, B. Sadoulet, R. W. Schnee, D. N. Seitz, P. Shestople, T. Shutt, A. Smith, G. W. Smith, A. H. Sonnenschein, A. L. Spadafora, W. Stockwell, J. D. Taylor, S. White, S. Yellin, and B. A. Young, “Exclusion limits on the WIMP-nucleon cross section from the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 84:5699-5703.
1999 J. A. Chervanek, K. D. Irwin, E. N. Grossman, J. M. Martinis, C. D. Reintsema, and M. E. Huber, “Superconducting multiplexer for arrays of transition edge sensors,” Appl. Phys. Lett. 74:4043-5.
1993 C. E. Cunningham, G. S. Park, B. Cabrera, and M. E. Huber, “Noise reduction in low-frequency SQUID measurements with laser-driven switching,” Appl. Phys. Lett. 63:1152-1154.
1993 C. E. Cunningham, G. S. Park, B. Cabrera, and M. E. Huber, “Absolute magnetic penetration depth of thin-film niobium measured by fluxoid quantization,” Appl. Phys. Lett. 62:2122-2124.
1993 G. S. Park, C. E. Cunningham, B. Cabrera, and M. E. Huber, “Single trapped vortices induced in a superconducting film by laser switching,” J. Appl. Phys. 73:2419-2423.
1992 G. S. Park, C. E. Cunningham, B. Cabrera, and M. E. Huber, “Vortex pinning force in a superconducting niobium strip,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 68:1920-1922.
1991 M. E. Huber, B. Cabrera, M. A. Taber, and R. D. Gardner, “Search for a flux of cosmic-ray magnetic monopoles with an eight-channel superconducting detector,” Phys. Rev. D 44:636-660.
1991 R. D. Gardner, B. Cabrera, M. E. Huber, and M. A. Taber, “Search for cosmic-ray magnetic monopoles using a three-loop superconductive detector,” Phys. Rev. D 44:622-635.
1990 M. E. Huber, B. Cabrera, M. A. Taber, and R. D. Gardner, “Limit on the flux of cosmic-ray magnetic monopoles from operation of an eight-loop superconducting detector,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 64:835-838.

Conference Proceedings
2003 J. V. Migacz+ and M. E. Huber, “Thermal Annealing of Nb/Al-AlOx/Nb Josephson Junctions,” accepted for publication in IEEE Trans. Appl. Superconductivity.
2002 V. Mandic, W. Rau, D. Akerib, D. Bauer, P. Brink, B. Cabrera, J. P. Castle, C. Chang, M. B. Crisler, D. Driscoll, J. Emes, R. J. Gaitskell, J. Hellmig, M. E. Huber, S. Kamat, J. M. Martinis, P. Meunier, T. A. Perera, M. Perillo-Isaac, T. Saab, B. Sadoulet, R. W. Schnee, D. Seitz, G. Wang, and B. A. Young, “Position dependence in the CDMS II ZIP detectors,” AIP Conference Proceedings 605: 509-512.
2002 T. Saab, D. Abrams, D. Akerib, D. A. Bauer, P. L. Brink, B. Cabrera, J. P. Castle, C. Chang, M. B. Crisler, D. Driscoll, J. Emes, M. Huber, R. J. Gaitskell, J. Hellmig, V. Mandic, J. M. Martinis, P. Meunier, M. Perillo-Isaac, T. Perera, B. Sadoulet, R. Schnee, D. Seitz, and B. A. Young, “Demonstration of the CDMS II ZIP technology at a shallow underground site,” AIP Conference Proceedings 605: 497-500.
2002 T. A. Perera, D. Abrams, D. S. Akerib, D. A. Bauer, A. Bolozdynya, P. L. Brink, R. Bunker, B. Cabrera, D. O. Caldwell, J. P. Castle, C. Chang, R. M. Clarke, M. B. Crisler, R. Dixon, D. Driscoll, S. Eichblatt, R. J. Gaitskell, S. R. Golwala, E. E. Haller, J. Hellmig, D. Holmgren, M. E. Huber, S. Kamat, C. Maloney, V. Mandic, J. M. Martinis, P. Meunier, S. W. Nam, H. Nelson, M. C. Perillo Isaac, R. R. Ross, T. Saab, B. Sadoulet, J. Sander, R. W. Schnee, T. Shutt, A. Smith, A. H. Sonnenchein, A. L. Spadafora, G. Wang, S. Yellin, and B. A. Young, “Present results and future goals of the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search,” AIP Conference Proceedings 605: 485-488.
2002 K. D. Irwin, L. R. Vale, N. E. Bergren, S. Deiker, E. N. Grossman, G. C. Hilton, S. W. Nam, C. D. Reintsema, D. A. Rudman, and M. E. Huber, “Time-division SQUID multiplexers,” AIP Conference Proceedings 605: 301-304.
2002 W. M. Bergman Tiest, H. F. C. Hoevers, W. A. Mels, M. L. Ridder, M. P. Bruijn, P. A. J. de Korte, M. E. Huber, “Performance of X-ray microcalorimeters with an energy resolution below 4.5 eV and 100 µs response time,” AIP Conference Proceedings 605: 199-202.
2001 M. E. Huber, P. A. Neil*, R. G. Benson*, D. A. Burns*, A. M. Corey*, C. S. Flynn*, Y. Kitaygorodskaya*, O. Massihzadeh*, J. M. Martinis, and G. C. Hilton, “DC SQUID series array amplifiers with 120 MHz bandwidth (corrected),” IEEE Trans. Appl. Superconductivity 11:4048-4053.
2001 M. E. Huber, P. A. Neil*, R. G. Benson*, D. A. Burns*, A. M. Corey*, C. S. Flynn*, Y. Kitaygorodskaya*, O. Massihzadeh*, J. M. Martinis, and G. C. Hilton, “DC SQUID series array amplifiers with 120 MHz bandwidth,” IEEE Trans. Applied Superconductivity 11:1251-1256.
2001 K. D. Irwin and M. E. Huber, “SQUID operational amplifier,” IEEE Trans. Applied Superconductivity 11:1265-1270.
2001 G. C. Hilton, J. M. Martinis, K. D. Irwin, N. F. Bergren, D. A. Wollman, M. E. Huber, S. Deiker, and S. W. Nam, “Microfabricated transition-edge x-ray detectors,” IEEE Trans. Applied Superconductivity 11:739-742.
2000 S. R. Golwala, R. Abusaidi, D. S. Akerib, P. D. Barnes, Jr., D. A. Nauer, A. Bolozdynya, P. Brink, B. Cabrera, D. O. Caldwell, J. P. Castle, R. M. Clarke, P. Colling, M. B. Crisler, A. Da Silva, A. K. Davies, R. Dixon, S. Eichblatt, D. D. Irwin, R. J. Gaitskell, E. E. Haller, J. Hellmig, M. E. Huber, J. Jochum, F. P. Lipschultz, J. Martinis, S. W. Nam, J. Nelson, B. Neuhauser, T. A. Perera, M. Perillo-Isaac, R. R. Ross, T. Saab, B. Sadoulet, R. W. Schnee, P. Shestople, T. Shutt, A. Smith, A. H. Sonnenschein, A. L. Spadafora, S. Yellin, B. A. Young, “Exclusion Limits on the WIMP-Nucleon Scattering Cross-Section from the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search,” Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. A, Accel. Spectrom. Detect. Assoc. Equip. 444:345-349.
2000 J. Olsen, E. C. Kirk, K. Thomsen, B. Van Den Brandt, Ph. Lerch, L. Scandella, A. Zehnder, S. Mango, H. R. Ott, M. Huber, G. C. Hilton, and J. M. Martinis, “First Steps towards Small Arrays of Mo/Au Microcalorimeters,” Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. A, Accel. Spectrom. Detect. Assoc. Equip. 444:253-256.
1998 M. E. Huber, A. M. Corey*, K. L. Lumpkins*, F. N. Nafe*, J. O. Rantschler*, G. C. Hilton, J. M. Martinis, and A. H. Steinbach, “DC SQUID Series Arrays with Intracoil Damping to Reduce Resonance Distortions,” Appl. Supercon. 5:425-429.
1997 M. E. Huber, M. W. Cromar, R. H. Ono. Excess Low-Frequency Flux Noise in dc SQUIDs,” IEEE Trans. Appl. Supercon. 7:2882-2885.
1997 R. H. Ono, J. A. Koch, A. Steinbach, M. E. Huber and M. W. Cromar, “Tightly coupled dc SQUIDs with Resonance Damping,” IEEE Trans. Appl. Supercon. 7:2538-2541.
1995 M. E. Huber, A. T. Champion*, M. W. Gleason*, “Washer designs for SQUIDs with several junctions in a parallel array,” IEEE Trans. Appl. Supercon. 5:2168-2171.
1995 G. S. Park, S. W. Nam, B. Cabrera, and M. E. Huber, “Improved design of an optically switched inductance modulation circuit for noise reduction in SQUID systems,” IEEE Trans. Appl. Supercon. 5:3214-3217.
1992 M. R. Condron II, G. M. Gutt, B. Muhlfelder, J. M. Lockhart, J. P. Turneaure, M. E. Huber, M. W. Cromar, E. K. Houseman, “Noise measurements on dc SQUIDs with varied designs,” Superconducting Devices and Their Applications, Springer Proceedings in Physics No. 64, H. Koch and H. Lubbig, eds. pp. 312-316 (Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1992).
1991 G. S. Park, C. E. Cunningham, B. Cabrera, and M. E. Huber, “Trapped vortices in a superconducting microbridge,” IEEE Trans. Mag. 27:3021-3024.
1990 C. E. Cunningham, G. S. Park, B. Cabrera, and M. E. Huber, “Correlation of flux states generated by optical switching of a superconducting circuit,” Physica B 165 & 166:113-114.
1990 M. E. Huber and M. W. Cromar, “Excess low-frequency flux noise in dc SQUIDs incorporating Nb/Al-oxide/Nb Josephson junctions,” Physica B 165 & 166:77-78.
1989 M. E. Huber, B. Cabrera, M. A. Taber, and R. D. Gardner, “Status of Stanford magnetic monopole search with eight-loop superconducting detector,” IEEE Trans. Mag. 25:1208-1211.
1987 M. E. Huber, B. Cabrera, M. A. Taber, and R. D. Gardner, “Report on the Stanford octagonal magnetic monopole detector,” IEEE Trans. Mag. 23:1134-1137.
1987 M. E. Huber, B. Cabrera, M. A. Taber, and R. D. Gardner, “Operation of eight-loop superconducting magnetic monopole detector,” Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. Suppl. 26-3:1687-1688.
1986 M. Taber, B. Cabrera, R. Gardner, and M. Huber, “Cosmic-ray monopole searches at Stanford using superconducting detectors,” Inner Space/Outer Space, eds. E. W. Kolb, M. S. Turner, D. Lindley, K. Olive, and D. Seckel (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1986), pp. 426 - 429.
1984 R. Gardner, B. Cabrera, M. Taber, and M. Huber, “Large scale superconductive monopole detector,” LT-17 (Contributed Papers), eds. U. Eckern, A. Schmid, W. Weber, and H. Wühl (Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V., 1984), pp. 945 - 946.

OTHER NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Conference Proceedings
2003 P. G. Björnsson, M. E. Huber, K. A. Moler, “A scanning SQUID microscope in a dilution refrigerator,” to be published in the Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Low Temperature Physics.
2001 Schnee, R.W.; Abusaidi, R.; Akerib, D.S.; Barnes, P.D., Jr.; Bauer, D.A.; Bolozdynya, A.; Brink, P.L.; Bunker, R.; Cabrera, B.; Caldwell, D.O.; Castle, J.P.; Chang, C.; Clarke, R.M.; Colling, P.; Crisler, M.B.; Cummings, A.; Da Silva, A.; Davies, A.K.; Dixon, R.; Dougherty, B.L.; Driscoll, D.; Eichblatt, S.; Emes, J.; Gaitskell, R.J.; Golwala, S.R.; Hale, D.; Haller, E.E.; Holmgren, D.; Hellmig, J.; Huber, M.E.; Irwin, K.D.; Jochum, J.; Lipschultz, F.P.; Lu, A.; Maloney, C.; Mandic, V.; Martinis, J.M.; Meunier, P.; Nam, S.W.; Nelson, H.; Neuhauser, B.; Penn, M.J.; Perera, T.A.; Perillo Isaac, M.C.; Pritychenko, B.; Ross, R.R.; Saab, T.; Sadoulet, B.; Sander, J.; Seitz, D.N.; Shestople, P.; Shutt, T.; Smith, A.; Smith, G.W.; Sonnenschein, A.H.; Spadafora, A.L.; Stockwell, W.; Taylor, J.D.; White, S.; Yellin, S.; Young, B.A., “Limits on the WIMP-nucleon cross section from the cryogenic dark matter search,” COSMO-2000. Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Particle Physics and the Early Universe, p. 99.
2001 Wollman, D.A.; Nam, S.W.; Hilton, G.C.; Irwin, K.D.; Rudman, D.A.; Bergren, N.F.; Deiker, S.; Martinis, J.M.; Huber, M.E.; Newbury, D.E., “Low voltage microanalysis using microcalorimeter EDS,” AIP Conference Proceedings 550, pp. 506-510.
2000 Deiker, S; Chervenak, JA; Hilton, GC; Huber, ME; Irwin, KD; Martinis, JM; Nam, SW; Wollman, DA, “Development of arrays of TES x-ray detectors,” Proceedings- SPIE the International Society for Optical Engineering, No. 4140, pp. 360-366.
1999 D. S. Akerib, P. D. Barnes Jr., D. A. Bauer, A. Bolozdynya, P. L. Brink, B. Cabrera, D. O. Caldwell, J. P. Castle, R. M. Clarke, P. Colling, M. B. Crisler, A. DaSilva, A. K. Davies, R. Dixon, S. Eichblatt, R. J. Gaitskell, S. R. Golwala, E. E. Haller, J. Hellmig, M. E. Huber, K. D. Irwin, J. Jochum, F. Lipschultz, J. Martinis, S. W. Nam, B. Neuhauser, H. Nelson, T. A. Perera, R. R. Ross, T. Saab, B. Sadoulet, R. W. Schnee, T. Shutt, A. Smith, A. Sonnenschein, A. L. Spadafora, W. K. Stockwell, S. Yellin, B. A. Young, “Status of the CDMS Search for WIMPs,” COSMO-98: Second International Workshop on Particle Physics and the Early Universe, Asilomar, California, 15-20 November 1998, Ed. D. O. Caldwell (AIP, 1999) pp. 378-382.
1994 S. W. Nam, G. S. Park, B. Cabrera, and M. E. Huber. Optically induced inductance modulation of a Nb coil. Superconductive Devices and Circuits, Robert A. Buhrman, John Clarke, Ken Daly, Roger H. Koch, Jerome A. Luine, Randy W. Simon, Editors, Proc. SPIE 2160, pp. 187-194.

Technical reports
1991 M. E. Huber, Optimization of operating parameters in fabrication of Josephson tunnel junctions by reactive ion etching, U. S. Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology Internal Report, 164 pages.

Patents
2001 #6169397B1, A. H. Steinbach, M. E. Huber, R. H. Ono, “Damped Superconducting Coil System Having A Multiturn, Planar Geometry Superconducting Coil And Shunt Resistors Electrically Connecting Successive Coil Turns.”

SUBMITTED

2003 P. A. J. de Korte, J. Beyer, S. Deiker, G. C. Hilton, K. D. Irwin, M. MacIntosh, S. W. Nam, C. D. Reintsema, L. R. Vale, and M. E. Huber, “Time-division SQUID multiplexer for transition-edge sensors,” submitted to Journal of Applied Physics.
Note: + High-school student
* High-school student

COURSES TAUGHT

General Astronomy I and II
Calculus-based Physics I
Modern Physics
Thermal Physics
Principles of Electricity and Magnetism
Solid State Physics
Junior/Senior Physics Laboratory I & II
Atomic and Molecular Structure

PRESENTATIONS AT MEETINGS OR SEMINARS PRESENTED

2002 Linear Current-to-Voltage Converter Utilizing SQUID Operational Amplifier and SQUID Series Array – Applied Superconductivity Conference, Houston, TX.
2002 Thermal Annealing of Nb/Al-AlOx/Nb Josephson Junctions – Applied Superconductivity Conference, Houston, TX.
2001 SQUID Operational Amplifier – SQUID 2001, Stenungsbaden, Sweden
2000 SQUID Operational Amplifier – Applied Superconductivity Conference, Virginia Beach, VA.
2000 DC SQUID Series Array Amplifiers with 120 MHz Bandwidth – Applied Superconductivity Conference, Virginia Beach, VA.
2000 Microcalorimetry: Spectroscopy for Photon-Starved Applications, Club Natural Philosophy, Auraria Campus, Denver.
1999 DC Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID) Series Arrays and Their Role in Enabling a New Generation of Microcalorimeters for Particle Detection, Invited Colloquium, Colorado State University.
1999 NIST Superconducting Electronics Fabrication Technology, Invited Seminar, CEA-Saclay, Gif-Sur-Yvette, France.
1999 High Frequency Characteristics of DC SQUID Series-Array Amplifiers Incorporating Intracoil Damping, Invited Colloquium, CEA-Saclay, Gif-Sur-Yvette, France.
1999 High Frequency Characteristics of DC SQUID Series-Array Amplifiers Incorporating Intracoil Damping, International Superconducting Electronics Conference, Berkeley, CA.
1998 DC Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID) Series Arrays and Their Role in Enabling a New Generation of Microcalorimeters for Particle Detection – Invited physics colloquium, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO.
1998 DC SQUID Series Array Amplifier with Non-Resonant Transfer Function – Applied Superconductivity Conference, Palm Desert, CA.
1996 A practical introduction to superconducting electronics – Club Natural Philosophy, Auraria Campus, Denver.
1994 Flux Pinning Potential Studies – Applied Superconductivity Conference, Boston, MA.
1993 SQUID applications involving low-frequency measurements – Invited physics colloquium, University of Houston, Houston, TX.
1992 Make some noise! The physics of everyday sounds – Stepping Stones Conference: Expanding Your Horizons, Denver, CO.
1992 Noise reduction in low-frequency SQUID measurements by laser-driven switching – Applied Superconductivity Conference, Chicago, IL.
1992 Single trapped vortices induced in a superconducting film by laser switching – Applied Superconductivity Conference, Chicago, IL.
1992 Status of Low Tc SQUIDs – Invited talk at the Inertial Sensors Development Conference, Vail, CO.
1991 Return of the SQUIDs – Club Natural Philosophy, Auraria Campus, Denver.
1991 SQUIDs: Measuring Magnetic Fields with Quantum-Limited Resolution – Club Natural Philosophy, Auraria Campus, Denver.

RECOGNITIONS, HONORS, ETC.

National Institute of Standards and Technology/National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1988 - 1991
Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Fellowship, 1987
National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship, 1982 - 1985
National Merit Scholarship (undergraduate), 1978 - 1982
Phi Beta Kappa

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

American Physical Society
Sigma Xi

OTHER INDICATORS OF SCHOLARSHIP

Research Support
External:
2002 National Science Foundation: Development of Wideband Scanning Superconducting Quantum Interference Device Susceptometers for Nanomagnetic Materials Research and Education. $220,025.
2002 National Science Foundation: NER: High-Bandwidth Scanning DC SQUID Susceptometer for Characterization of Nanomagnetic Structures and Phenomena. $99,918.
2002 Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory/DOE: CDMS II Cold Electronics. $25,000.
2002 National Institute of Standards and Technology: Fellowship: Improvement of SQUID Performance. $29,467.
2001 National Institute of Standards and Technology: Fellowship: Improvement of SQUID Performance. $24,898.
2000 National Institute of Standards and Technology: Fellowship: Improvement of SQUID Performance. $26,894.
2000 Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory/DOE: CDMS II Cold Electronics. $51,000.
1999 National Institute of Standards and Technology: Sabbatical. $27,774.
1999 Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory/DOE: CDMS II Cold Electronics. $133,000.
1998 Stanford University/DOD: Electronics Development for CDMS II: Yield study for fabrication of dc SQUID Array Amplifiers. $24,974.
1996 Office of Naval Research: A high-bandwidth SQUID array amplifier system with resonance damping. $140,398.
1996 National Institute of Standards and Technology: Development of SQUID Array Amplifiers. $24,850.
1995 National Institute of Standards and Technology: NIST project transition: Stanford Relativity Gyroscope SQUIDs. $29,342.
1993 Research Corporation: Superconducting quantum interference gratings incorporating Nb/Al-oxide/Nb Josephson Junctions. $29,520.
1991 National Institute of Standards and Technology: Optimization of operating parameters in fabrication of Josephson tunnel junctions by reactive ion etching. $4,958.

Internal:
2002 Matching Funds: NSF IMR $36,721.
1999 Matching Funds: CDMS II: Cold Electronics. $37,531.
1998 Matching Funds: Electronics Development for CDMS II: Yield study for fabrication of dc SQUID Array Amplifiers. $5,000.
1996 Matching Funds: A high-bandwidth SQUID array amplifier system with resonance damping. $45,000.
1996 Matching Funds: Development of SQUID Array Amplifiers. $8,250.
1996 Faculty Grant: Dissemination of Results in Superconducting Electronics. $1,000.
1995 Matching Funds: NIST project transition: Stanford Relativity Gyroscope SQUIDs. $10,000.
1993 Matching Funds: Superconducting quantum interference gratings incorporating Nb/Al-oxide/Nb Josephson Junctions. $18,242.
1993 CLAS Summer Stipend. $2,750.
1992 Faculty Seed Money Award. $450.
1991 Junior Faculty Development Award: Optimizing deposition parameters for high-quality superconductor-insulator-superconductor Josephson Tunnel Junctions. $4,900.

SERVICE

Department of Physics
2001 Co-Chair, Physics Search Committee
1998 Merit Pay Evaluation Committee
1997 Search Committee for UCD Physics Chair
1994-1998 Joint UCD/MSCD Curriculum Committee
1994 Chair, RTP Service Subcommittee
1993-1999 Catalog Coordinator
1992 Chair, RTP Service Subcommittee
Campus
2002-present CLAS Academic Standards Committee
2001-present Faculty Assembly Teaching Committee
2001 Math/Science Initiative (talk and intern sponsor)
1999 Member Ad Hoc Merit Evaluation Grievance Committee
1999 Teaching Evaluation for Cathy Kemp Reappointment Committee
1998-1999 Chair, Core Curriculum Oversight Committee
1997-1999 Graduate Council
1996-1999 Core Curriculum Oversight Committee
1996 Core Curriculum Assessment Committee (Natural Sciences)
National
2000 NSF Review Panel for Division of Undergraduate Education
1999-present Executive Committee, Cryogenic Dark Matter Search II Collaboration

This work is supported by the National Science Foundation and the Department of Energy.