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Topological Insulators: Stacking Instead of Mixing
Jülich, 17 November 2015 – The overheating of computer chips is a major obstacle to the development of faster and more efficient computers. One promising remedy for this problem could be a class of materials first discovered just a few years ago: topological insulators, which conduct electricity with less resistance and heat generation than conventional materials. A team from Jülich and Aachen has now found a way to control the desired conducting properties of this type of material more precisely and reliably than ever before.
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Spring School 2016 Aufmacher
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22
47th IFF Spring School - Memristive Phenomena: From Fundamental Physics to Neuromorphic Computing
Memristive phenomena combine the functionalities of electronic resistance and data memory in solid-state elements, which are able to change their resistance as a result of electrical stimulation in a non-volatile fashion.
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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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