TAPAS Community Challenge

A great experience and success for an ULTRACHIRAL-sponsored project: a software-defined, high-frequency, magnetic-field polarity inverter for the FORTH team Faraday coils. Implemented by CommonsLab in collaboration with the FORTH team, the device used the open-source software defined inverter board TAPAS, developed by Siemens, and was submitted to the open TAPAS community challenge call for application ideas. Our idea landed in the top-5 out of ~220 applications, and the team was invited to participate in the CKI Conference 2018 in beautiful Erlangen! More info on facebook, twitter and the TAPAS community challenge webpage.