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|28.Apr.2015||Nanoelectronic Days 2015: Insights into the World of Green IT|
|22.Jan.2015||Taiwan’s Highest Scientific Accolade Goes to Rainer Waser|
|09.Dec.2014||"Optically Controlled Spin Logic" Project Begins|
Detailed insights into switching processes in resistive switching devices
German-Greek project is developing devices for the future of data storage
In a new laboratory at the Peter Grünberg Institute, Jülich researchers will develop electronic materials for a new generation of memories and processors.
Future nanoelectronic information storage devices are also tiny batteries – astounding finding opens up new possibilities
Scientists from Jülich, Aachen and Japan observed the formation of new phases on the surface of a superconductor.