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11. WG 2 Survey Questionnaire, 24.11.  
Date: 10.01.2022
Percental score: 72 %
WG 2 Survey Questionnaire, 24.11. Verena Stauber Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt Bundesallee 100 38106 Braunschweig verena.stauber@ptb.de (0531) 592-8534  
12. WG 3 Survey Questionnaire, 24.11.  
Date: 10.01.2022
Percental score: 72 %
WG 3 Survey Questionnaire, 24.11. Verena Stauber Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt Bundesallee 100 38106 Braunschweig verena.stauber@ptb.de (0531) 592-8534  
13. PTB-Kolloquium 24. August 2017  
Date: 22.05.2018
Percental score: 71 %
PTB-Kolloquium 24. August 2017 Dr. Dr. Jens Simon Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt PÖ Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit Bundesallee 100 38116 Braunschweig jens.simon@ptb.de (0531) 592-3005  
14. PTB-Kolloquium 24. August 2017  
Date: 22.05.2018
Percental score: 71 %
PTB-Kolloquium 24. August 2017 Karin Conring Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt PÖ Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit Bundesallee 100 38116 Braunschweig karin.conring@ptb.de (0531)  
15. 8.24 Nuclear Spin Precession of Noble Gases  
Date: 16.02.2022
Percental score: 61 %
Together with other research groups we perform experiments measuring the nuclear spin precession in noble gases. After prior negotiation these measurements can also be performed by PTB on request.  
16. 4.24 Asphere Metrology  
Date: 25.05.2020
Percental score: 57 %
Development of a traceable metrology system for the form measurement of aspheres with very low measurement uncertainty based on the tilted-wave interferometer Further development of the measuring  
17. 2.24 Non-Linear High-Frequency Metrology for Digitalization  
Date: 11.03.2019
Percental score: 56 %
The aim of the working group is to establish traceability for non-linear RF measurement technology and to support the accreditation of the DAkkS for derived RF measurement quantities in the form of  
18. Presentations  
Date: 29.08.2022
Percental score: 47 %
Hyperfine structure of doubly charged Th229 and the excitation of its nuclear clock isomer Talk by Robert Müller at 670. Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Seminar: Fundamental Constants: Basic Physics and  
19. A calibration procedure for a force vector sensor by means of a spherical calibration body  
Date: 17.11.2008
Percental score: 27 %
Force standard machines generate a force vector whose direction is determined by the acceleration due to gravity. For the calibration of force vector sensors, different alignments of force vectors  
20. Visiting PTB  
Date: 13.09.2022
Percental score: 17 %
Would you like to know how our atomic clocks tick? When even a nanometer is too long? Or all the things that physicists do with light? If you are interested in these or similar questions, then  
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