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Vortex Traps
Vortex Traps for More Stable Qubits
20 January 2015. Scientists from Jülich and Yale have found a way to make quantum bits, or “qubits” for short, more stable. Qubits store and process information in quantum computers, which are expected to achieve significantly higher computing speeds for certain types of computational tasks than has up to now been possible using conventional digital computers.
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JARA-GreenIT-Aufmacher
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Nanoelectronic Days 2015 "Green-IT"
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GRS

German Research School

About 40 research groups and institutes in Aachen and Jülich that make intensive use of computer simulation techniques are offering research opportunities. German Research School

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Electronic Properties of Metals and Semiconductors

Atomic order-disorder transitions or phase transitions like freezing-melting are among the most dramatic effects occurring in condensed matter. More: Electronic Properties of Metals and Semiconductors …

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Disorder and Phase Transitions

Atomic order-disorder transitions or phase transitions such as freezing-melting are some of the the most dramatic effects occurring in condensed matter. More: Disorder and Phase Transitions …


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