Stephan Schlamminger

Physical Measurement National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, United States 
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Walter Kündig grad student 1999 Universität Zürich
Eugen Holzschuh grad student 1999-2001 Universität Zürich
Hugo Keller grad student 2002 Universität Zürich
Ulrich D. Straumann grad student 2002 Universität Zürich
 (Determination of the Gravitational Constant Using a Beam Balance.)
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Marangoni RR, Haddad D, Seifert F, et al. (2020) Magnet System for the Quantum Electromechanical Metrology Suite Ieee Transactions On Instrumentation and Measurement. 69: 5736-5744
Davis R, Schlamminger S. (2020) Basic metrology for 2020 Ieee Instrumentation & Measurement Magazine. 23: 10-20
Chao L, Seifert F, Haddad D, et al. (2020) The performance of the KIBB-g1 tabletop Kibble balance at NIST Metrologia. 57: 35014
Chao L, Seifert F, Haddad D, et al. (2019) The Design and Development of a Tabletop Kibble Balance at NIST Ieee Transactions On Instrumentation and Measurement. 68: 2176-2182
Schlamminger S, Abbott P, Kubarych Z, et al. (2019) The units for mass, voltage, resistance, and electrical current in the SI Ieee Instrumentation & Measurement Magazine. 22: 9-16
Merkatas C, Toman B, Possolo A, et al. (2019) Shades of dark uncertainty and consensus value for the Newtonian constant of gravitation Metrologia. 56: 54001
Schlamminger S, Haddad D. (2019) The Kibble balance and the kilogram Comptes Rendus Physique. 20: 55-63
Rothleitner C, Schlamminger S. (2018) Invited Review Article: Measurements of the Newtonian constant of gravitation, G. The Review of Scientific Instruments. 88: 111101
Stock M, Barat P, Pinot P, et al. (2018) A comparison of future realizations of the kilogram Metrologia. 55
Possolo A, Schlamminger S, Stoudt S, et al. (2018) Evaluation of the accuracy, consistency, and stability of measurements of the Planck constant used in the redefinition of the international system of units Metrologia. 55: 29-37
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