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Illustration of a Skyrmion, published online 20 Dec. 2016 by Nature Communications, DOI: 10.1038/ncomms13613.
Characterization of Magnetic Nanovortices Simplified
Processors and storage media making use of skyrmions could one day lead to the further miniaturization of IT devices and improve their energy efficiency significantly.
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Spring School 2017 Aufmacher
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27
48th IFF Spring School - Topological Matter - Topological Insulators, Skyrmions and Majoranas
Topology is the branch of mathematics that deals with properties of spaces that are invariant under smooth deformations. It provides newly appreciated mathematical tools in condensed matter physics that are currently revolutionizing the field of quantum matter and materials.
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Wanted: Young Research Scientists!

Are you looking for an exciting, challenging Master’s, PhD or postdoctoral position? Are you interested in research involving theoretical solid state physics, and do you enjoy developing numerical and computational methods?
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Young Investigators Group Prof. Samir Lounis

Functional Nanoscale Structure Probe and Simulation Laboratory More: Young Investigators Group Prof. Samir Lounis …

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Young Investigators Group Dr. Nicole Helbig

Ab initio description of double and charge transfer excitations: from solvable models to complex systems More: Young Investigators Group Dr. Nicole Helbig …

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Young Investigators Group M.Ležaić

Computational Nanoferronics Laboratory More: Young Investigators Group M.Ležaić …

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Young Investigators Group Y.Mokrousov

Topological Nanoelectronics Group More: Young Investigators Group Y.Mokrousov …

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The German Research School for Simulation Sciences houses four own laboratories, two in Aachen and two in Jülich. German Research School


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