Knowledge transfer to NIMT

A scientist from the National Institute of Metrology, Thailand (NIMT) is staying for two months at PTB to realize a knowledge transfer from the GIQS project. The overall goal is to establish graphene-based impedance calibration combined with two pulse-driven Josephson voltage sources (JAWS) in an impedance bridge system. In the first step, the establishing of the JAWS at NIMT is planned for which the NIMT researcher is trained at PTB systems now. The photograph shows (from left to right) the NIMT scientist Sittisak Pimsut, the PTB scientist Ralf Behr and the head of NIMT’s Electrical Metrology Department Sivinee Sawatdiaree in front of the new programmable Josephson voltage standard (PJVS) system which was successfully installed at NIMT in 2019.