Our goal is to develop the highest performance atomic devices in the world by combining the latest advances in physics and technology. Our present focus is building optical atomic magnetometers for biomedical and geophysical applications. Since magnetism is one of the few fundamental and measurable quantities in nature, it is our belief that miniature, high-performance magnetometers like ours will open up new applications that were previously not feasible.
QuSpin was started in 2012 with research funding from National Institutes of Health (NIH). Our multidisciplinary team of Physicists and Engineers excel at turning a complex laboratory technology into a user-friendly device.
Navy FST 2017 – Visit our exhibit and get an in-person demo of our TF-OPM at National Harbor, MD. April 3-5, 2017.
|Oct 2016||Exibit at BIOMAG conference in Seoul South Korea|
|Jan 2017||Begin shipment of TF-OPM to early adopters|
|Mar 2016||NIH Phase II SBIR to develop mass manufacturing techniques for OPM|
|Jan 2016||Begin shipment of ZF-OPM (evaluation) units to early adopters|
|Sept 2015||Colorado Advanced Industries Accelerator Grant|
|Dec 2014||Navy Phase II SBIR to develop total field OPM|
|June 2014||QuSpin develops first total field (scalar) OPM prototype|
|Dec 2013||NIH Phase II SBIR to develop MEG system|
|Nov 2013||Results demonstrating our first ZF-OPM prototypes is published (link)|
|Sept 2013||NIH Phase II SBIR to develop Fetal MCG system|
|June 2012||QuSpin is founded|