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Winzige magnetische Wirbel mit einem Durchmesser von nur wenigen Nanometern in einer metallischen Schichtstruktur
Skyrmions à la carte
Jülich/Kiel, 3 June, 2016 – Magnetic vortices – so-called skyrmions – were predicted theoretically more than 25 years ago, but it has only been possible to observe them experimentally in magnetic materials in recent years. Skyrmions are presently being discussed as candidates for high density, energy-saving data storage and processing. Scientists at Kiel University and the research institute Forschungszentrum Jülich have predicted that skyrmions can be produced for applications at room temperature – and their properties specifically adjusted – when enveloped in magnetic layer structures.
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Blavette
Jun
24
PGI Colloquium: Prof. Dr. Didier Blavette, Normandie University, Rouen, France  
The design of Atom probe tomography (APT) at Oxford and Rouen universities for 25 years ago has been an outstanding breakthrough in the microscopy world. APT is the only analytical microscope able to provide 3D images of a material at the atomic scale
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New Approaches in Information Technology

In the research alliance JARA, section JARA-FIT, we contribute to creating the basis for the information technology of the future. More: New Approaches in Information Technology …

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Computer simulations with high-performance computers

In the research alliance JARA, section JARA-HPC, we contribute to making full use of the opportunities computer simulations offer to address current scientific issues. More: Computer simulations with high-performance computers …

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Close-up on Science

Our research often gives rise to fascinating pictures, a selection of which you can find here. They reflect the impressive variety of research topics and methods used at PGI.  More: Close-up on Science …


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