Electromagnetic technology—solutions to metrology problems using solidstate quantum effects, low temperatures to reduce thermal noise, and stateoftheart lithography.  
Magnetic technology—advanced measurement methods and standards for the magnetic data storage and superconductor power industries.  
Materials reliability—measurement methods and standards enhancing the quality and reliability of materials.  
Mathematical and computational sciences—design of experiments, modeling, analytical methods, and algorithms for science.  
Optoelectronics—measurement, technology, standards, and traceability for the optoelectronic industry.  
Physical and chemical properties—measurements, standards, data, and models for the thermophysical/chemical properties of gases, liquids, and solids and for lowtemperature refrigeration systems.  
Quantum physics—atomic and chemical physics, precision measurement, and laser and optical physics.  
Statistical modeling and analysis—modern statistical experimental design, statistical modeling, data analysis, and process control procedures.  
Time and frequency—standards of time and frequency; dissemination of timing information using radio broadcasts and the Internet.  
See also: AZ Subject Index (Boulder), General Information (Boulder), What NIST Does, NIST Boulder Laboratories Homepage, Products and Services, NIST Home Page 

Date created:
June 27, 2001 