Huber upcoming Fulbright research profiled
Martin Huber, professor of physics, will leave in October for his Fulbright-funded sabbatical in Israel, where he will access super conducting quantum interference devices -- or SQUIDs -- to measure atomic-scale magnetic vortices. Huber has also received attention recently for his contributions to the search for dark matter. "Both projects are very exciting," says Huber.
CU Denver’s Martin Huber works with nanoSQUIDS and dark matter
Confluence, June 5