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Graphene Valleytronics: Paving the Way to Small-Sized Room-Temperature Quantum Computers
Valleytronics is an emerging field in which valleys—local minima in the energy band structure of solids—are used to encode, process, and store quantum information. Though graphene was thought to be...
September 17, 2021
Quantum Materials Get Evermore Precise Patterning
A new method designs nanomaterials with less than 10-nanometer precision. It could pave the way for faster, more energy-efficient quantum electronics....
September 15, 2021
“Magic-angle” Trilayer Graphene May be a Rare, Magnet-Proof Superconductor
MIT physicists have observed signs of a rare type of superconductivity in a material called magic-angle twisted trilayer graphene. In a study appearing in Nature, the researchers report that the...
July 26, 2021
Researchers Develop New Phonon Laser Design: A Graphene Drum
Schematic representation of an experimental setup for receiving and recording phonon radiation. (Image Credit: Konstantin Arutyunov et al.) Professor Konstantin Arutyunov of the HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and...
June 22, 2021
Josephson Junctions, Superconducting Switches, Magical Materials all From Graphene
MIT Researchers Stumble Upon A Magic Material For Quantum Computers Read More… + A group of MIT researchers involving: Pablo Jarillo-Herrero, Cecil and Ida Green, Professor of Physics at MIT,...
June 1, 2021
Quantum Hall Edge States Defying the ‘Normal’ Disturbances, U.S NIST Investigates
NIST team probes indestructible quantum states that may aid quantum computing They may not be impervious to bullets like Superman, but groups of electrons that gather along the edges of...
May 14, 2021