Keynote title: SQUIDs in exploration: the past, present and future
Head of Work Group
Ronny Stolz received his Ph.D. and State Doctorate degrees in physics in 1995 and in 2006 from the FSU Jena, Germany. In 1995 he joined IPHT in Jena and since 2007 he is head of the Magnetometry group and sine 2010 the research group “Near surface geophysics” at the Friedrich-Schiller-university in Jena. His research focuses are the development of superconducting electronics, SQUID sensors, optically pumped magnetometers, high precision measurements and digital electronics. His group develops geophysical instruments like SQUID based receivers for electromagnetic measurements and Full Tensor Magnetic Gradiometry for exploration and archaeology.