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March 18, 2002

Media Contact:
   Troy Anderson, (858) 822-3075 or tdanderson@ucsd.edu

QUANTUM MAGNETICS IS NEWEST MEMBER OF CORPORATE AFFILIATES PROGRAM AT UCSD JACOBS SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

The UCSD Jacobs School of Engineering announced today that Quantum Magnetics has joined the School's Corporate Affiliates Program (CAP), a service to build partnerships between the university and industry.

"We at Quantum Magnetics were excited to learn of this new program at UCSD. Quantum's scientists look forward to working with the university’s faculty and students, and other member companies in our collective efforts to bring innovative solutions to a complex world," said Dr. Lowell J. Burnett, CEO and President.

"The Jacobs School welcomes Quantum Magnetics to our CAP team. Their strengths in magnetic technologies, detection methods and process control mesh well with our expertise in control systems, sensor design and networking," said Robert Conn, dean of the Jacobs School.

About the Jacobs School Corporate Affiliates Program
The Corporate Affiliates Program office at the Jacobs School of Engineering helps member companies meet faculty who have related research interests, provides specialized access to students for company human resource needs, helps coordinate student internship opportunities, and provides a forum for industry to communicate its needs and to help set education and research directions. The program continues to grow in magnitude and now has over 50 member companies. For more information on CAP visit www.jacobsschool.ucsd.edu/CAP, or contact Kelly Briggs (kbriggs@ucsd.edu) at 858-534-2329.

About Quantum Magnetics
Founded in 1985, Quantum became a wholly owned subsidiary of InVision Technologies in 1997. Quantum develops and commercializes promising technologies such as quadrupole resonance (QR), magnetic resonance (MR), low-cost magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and magnetic tensor gradiometry (MTG). Through government-funded research and development programs, the company applies its technologies in several areas, including landmine detection, explosive detection systems (EDS) for aviation security, process control instrumentation non-destructive evaluation of materials, and detection of drugs and concealed weapons.

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