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Zur Herstellung der dünnen YBCO-Schichten nutzten Dr. Matvey Lyatti, Dr. Irina Gundareva und ihre Kollegen ein am Jülicher Institut entwickeltes Sputtersystem.
Quantum Bit from High Temperature Superconductor
Jülich, 13 February 2020 - Although they were actually pursuing a different goal, scientists from Jülich, Münster and Moscow discovered a method that could one day pave the way for quantum computers to leave specialized laboratories behind and enter into much wider usage. The key to this is a material for qubits that does not need to be cooled to near absolute zero.
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Spring School 2020
!!POSTPONED!! 51st IFF Spring School - Quantum Technology
Imagine what we would know - or better: would not know - about the structure and dynamics of microscopic systems if scientists such as Albert Einstein (Nobel Prize 1921), Niels Bohr (Nobel Prize 1922), Werner Heisenberg (Nobel Prize 1932), Erwin Schrödinger, Paul Dirac (Nobel Prize 1933) and many others would not have imagined and formalised quantum mechanics.
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The Ernst Ruska-Centre for Microscopy and Spectroscopy with Electrons is a combined development and user facility. More @


moreSTEM - Momentum-resolved Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy

In this imaging mode diffraction patterns are recorded at each raster position of a scanning electron beam in an electron microscope. The result is a unique multidimensional data set that allows for the simultaneous evaluation and combination of real- and momentum space information. Find out more on our site: