Kostengünstige Wege zum klimaneutralen Energiesystem

Energy and EnvironmentLow-Cost Pathways to a Carbon-Neutral Energy System

Germany is aiming to achieve broad greenhouse gas neutrality by 2050. In order to reach this goal, the energy system has to be completely transformed in all areas. A new study by Forschungszentrum Jülich shows how this project of the century can be made to be efficient and economically beneficial.

„Wir rechnen mit Quantencomputern“ ist Leitsatz am Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC), wo heute JUNIQ, die neue „Jülicher Nutzer-Infrastruktur für Quantencomputing“ in Betrieb genommen wurde.

SupercomputingLaunch of JUNIQ

"We are counting on quantum computers" is the guiding principle at the Jülich Supercomputing Centre, where JUNIQ, the new "Jülich UNified Infrastructure for Quantum computing" was put into operation. The go-ahead was given with the official signing of a user contract, for a quantum annealer from the Canadian quantum computer manufacturer D-Wave.

Das Thema Autismus erhitzt die Gemüter: Die einen sehen darin eine schwere Krankheit, andere einfach nur ein Anderssein.

HealthOnly Different?

The subject of autism makes feelings run high: some see it as a serious illness, others simply as being different. Kai Vogeley understands both perspectives. The psychiatrist has been addressing himself to the subject for years – at Jülich as a researcher, at the University Hospital of Cologne as a doctor and director of the outpatient clinic “Autismus im Erwachsenenalter” (Adult Autism).

Prof. Dr. Simon Eickhoff

Brain ResearchBrain Research and Artificial Intelligence – What Brain Scans Tell Us

Your brain is truly unique, dear reader – just like your physical appearance. Any doctor can use reference images to show you certain distinctive features in the structure of your brain. Not all differences can be detected from such scans, however, even by a radiologist’s or brain researcher’s trained eye. Yet artificial intelligence (AI) is capable of doing so – and this capability has far-reaching implications. Read an expert contribution from Prof. Dr. Simon Eickhoff.