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The Brain as a Model for the Computer Technology of Tomorrow
Jülich, 8 January 2020 – Forschungszentrum Jülich hopes to work together with RWTH Aachen University to create added value in the Rhineland using neuro-inspired computer technologies. Researchers at Jülich are already working with scientists from RWTH Aachen University on innovative materials and components for these technologies. The German Federal Government is funding the research project, run by Prof. Waser, with over € 13 million within the scope of its immediate action programme for structural change.
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PGI Colloquium: Prof. Dr. J. Paul Attfield, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK  
Early concepts of magnetism emerged from studies of magnetic minerals, notably magnetite (Fe3O4). Today we know of many types of magnetism and magnetic materials, but transition metal oxides remain important as they are based on abundant, non-toxic elements and can offer large magnetisations at room temperature.
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New concepts in information technology. JARA_FIT

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Computer simulation with high-performance computers. JARA_HPC

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Electronic Materials Research Lab (EMRL) consits of IWE II at RWTH Aachen and IEM at Forschungszentrum Jülich. EMRL


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