Posts tagged with: Magnetics

How to Create Magnetic Skyrmions in Ultra-Short Time Scales Using Pulses of Laser Light

In a new study, researchers Claudio Verdozzi from Lund University and Emil Viñas Boström and Angel Rubio from the Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter in...

Magnetic Interactions Could Point To Miniaturizing Quantum Devices

In new research from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory, scientists have achieved efficient quantum coupling between two distant magnetic devices, which can host a certain type...

Oxford Instruments NanoScience Supports Advanced Materials at U. College Cork With Next-Gen Dilution Refrigerators

Today, Oxford Instruments NanoScience announces the supply of two next-generation Cryofree® dilution refrigerators to the University College Cork (UCC). One of the ProteoxMX systems includes a high homogeneity 14T magnet for increased experimental...

Physicists Demonstrate Exotic Superconductivity With Possible Implications for Quantum Computing

MIT physicists and colleagues have demonstrated an exotic form of superconductivity in a new material the team synthesized only about a year ago. Although predicted in the 1960s, until now...

Could Superconducting Flakes Outperform Quantum Computer Hardware?

Researchers from the University of Bath have developed a technique for creating single-crystal flake devices so thin and pure that they may be able to outperform existing components for quantum...

RIKEN’s Success Paves Way to Vision of Large-Scale Quantum Computer Within 10 Years

Quantum entanglement of three spin qubits demonstrated in silicon A three-qubit entangled state has been realized in a fully controllable array of spin qubits in silicon Figure 1: False-colored scanning...