Rice University researchers have found an orthoferrite material showing uniquely tunable interactions that could have a major impact on quantum technology and sensing.
Work on three graphene-based devices may yield new insights into superconductivity and usher in a new generation of quantum electronic devices.
Engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have produced a free-standing membrane of the Heusler compound gadolinium-platinum-antimony and can induce magnetism in the thin membrane by straining it.
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The global semiconductor industry is on track to register three consecutive years of record highs in fab equipment spending thanks to demand fueled by COVID-19.
A computational framework has been developed tool to evaluate a material’s suitability for harsh conditions and high-temperature applications such as gas turbines for jet engines and electrical power generators. See video.
Many chip manufacturers lack an overall digital transformation strategy and cannot make the move to smart manufacturing.
Columbia researchers engineered a technique to exploit the tunable symmetry of 2D materials for nonlinear optical applications, including laser, optical spectroscopy, imaging, and metrology systems, as well as next-generation optical quantum information processing and computing.
Purdue University engineers are building a probabilistic computer designed to act more like quantum computers rather than traditional computers.
A data transfer system that pairs high-frequency silicon chips with a polymer cable as thin a strand of hair has been developed by MIT researchers.