Magnetic Resonance Laboratory
- K.L. Sauer Quantum magnetometers for rapid identification of resonance frequencies in explosives,
pharmaceuticals, and other substances, National Science Foundation
(award #1711118) , 2017-2020.
- K.L. Sauer (GMU) and Mike Romalis (Princeton) Robust interference rejection in the NQR detection of explosives:
the next generation atomic magnetometer and magnetometer array design, US Army: Night Vision and Electronic
Sensors Directorate (MTEQ: #W909MY-12-D0008/0024), 2017-2020.
- K.L. Sauer (GMU) and Brian Mark (GMU), Quantum magnetometer arrays for unshielded detection of explosives, GMU College of Science and Volgenau School of Engineering Seed Award, 2016-2017.
- K.L. Sauer, Broadband search for NQR lines using atomic magnetometers,
- K.L. Sauer (subcontractor) to NIITEK, Jeff Okamitsu (PI), RF Atomic Magnetometers Enabling Breakthrough NQR Detection Of Explosives ,
DARPA Contract No. HR0011-13-C-0058, 2013-2015
- K.L. Sauer, Pushing Low-field Magnetic Resonance to the Limit,
Early Faculty CAREER Award from National Science Foundation, 2006-2012.
- K.L. Sauer (GMU) and M.V. Romalis (Princeton), Collaborative Research: EXP-SA: Quantum magnetometer for detection of explosives with nuclear quadrupole resonance,
National Science Foundation, 2007-2011.
- K.L. Sauer (GMU) and M.V. Romalis (Princeton), Detecting Explosives with an NQR
Integrated Magnetometer (DENIM), BAA Award from Naval Research
Laboratory and DoD, Combating Terrorism
Technology Task Force, 2005-2007.
- K.L. Sauer, ADVANCE Fellowship from Increasing the Participation of
Women in Academic Science and Engineering Careers, Mathematical and
Physical Sciences Division, National Science Foundation, 2002-2006.
- K.L. Sauer, Double resonance in nuclear quadrupole resonance , Ralph E.
Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award from Oak Ridge Associated
- K.L. Sauer, An Optically-Pumped Nuclear Spin Polarizer for NMR of Ultrathin Semiconductor Alloys funded by the Naval Research
Laboratory under Code 6122. 2008-2015.
- K.L. Sauer, Improving the detection of explosives through the
use of nuclear quadrupole resonance funded by the Naval Research
Laboratory under Code 6122. 2002-2008.