Student Poster Competition - Winners announced!
Congratulations to the winners and all finalists!
» Here are the winners of the the EFTF 2014 Poster Competition (click for pdf).
The finalists for the EFTF 2014 Student Poster Competition are as follow :
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|7164||Quartz-Based Vibrating MEMS on Structured Silicon Using Wafer Bonding Technology|
|7176||Assessment of the Acoustic Shear Velocity in SiO2 and Mo for Acoustic Reflectors|
|7276||Effects of a Plasma Etching Process on a Longitudinally Coupled Resonator Filter|
|7284||Active Electronic Cancellation of Nonlinearity in a High-Q Longitudinal-Mode Silicon Resonator by Current Biasing|
|7230||Photodiode Nonlinear Modeling and its Impact on Optical Links Phase Noise|
|7301||Compact Low Phase Noise 3.8GHz Oscillator|
|7069||High-Purity Microwave Signal from a Dual-Frequency Semiconductor Laser for CPT Atomic Clocks|
|7196||Experimental and Numerical Study of the Microwave Field Distribution in a Compact Magnetron-Type Microwave Cavity|
|7212||Mitigation of Frequency Shifts in a Cold-Atom Coherent Population Trapping Clock|
|7242||Imaging Rb-Wall Interactions and Microwave Fields in Vapor Cells|
|7034||Miniature Optical Fiber Cavity for a Trapped Atom Clock|
|7293||Electromagnetic Induction Readout Silicon-on-Insulator MEMS Resonant Magnetometer|
|7307||Studying Particulate Adsorption by Drying Droplets on a Microfabricated Electro-Acoustic Resonator|
|7150||Time Transfer Over Delay-Stabilized Fibre Links Using an Optical Pulse Train|
|7201||A Detection Algorithm of Atomic Clock Frequency Jumps with the Prediction Wiener Filter|
|7203||In-Line Extraction of an Ultra-Stable Frequency Signal Over an Optical Fiber Link|
|7288||A Method of Satellite Autonomous on-Board Clock Monitoring Using High-Stability Crystal Oscillator|
|7052||On the Prospects of Building Optical Atomic Clocks Using Er I or Er III|
|7112||Laser Stabilization System for Space Applications Based on Hydroxide-Catalysis Bonding|
|7165||An Ultra-Low Frequency Noise Laser Based on a 48 cm Long Ule Cavity for a Sr Lattice Clock|
|7179||Thin Disk Lasers Enable High-Power Frequency Combs|
The student poster competition will take place on Tuesday afternoon from 14:00 to 15:40.
The finalist posters will remain posted during the whole conference. The poster format is A0 (84.1 cm wide x 118.9 cm tall).
Important note: if the abstract was selected for ORAL presentation, the student is required to present anyway the poster in the dedicated poster area to be eligible for the student poster competition.