Posts tagged with: Max Planck Institute

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...

Columbia Engineering Pushes Forth In Many Quantum Directions With New Twistoptics Studies

Twistoptics—A New Way to Control Optical Nonlinearity Two slabs of boron nitride crystals are dynamically twisted with respect to each other. At certain angles, the incoming laser light (orange beam)...

Unexpected: Superconductivity and Magnetism by Twisting Layers of Graphene

A new natural platform for realizing flat-band quantum phenomena and topological states Electrons in solids can have only certain energies, called bands. In recent years, it was shown experimentally that...

Gaining Control of Molecules in the Region Where Quantum Mechanics is Prevalent

Quantum molecular switches operate by hydrogen tunneling with some help The quantum dynamics of hydrogen is central to many problems in nature, being strongly influenced by the environment in which...

Max Planck Institute Physicists Develop Basic Technology for a Quantum Modem

Physicists have developed an efficient modem for the future quantum internet Physicists at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics have developed the basic technology for a new “quantum modem”....

Topological Magnetics Research Gets Real

Topology Gets Magnetic: The New Wave Of Topological Magnetic Materials Researchers demonstrate new high-throughput method for discovering magnetic topology The electronic structure of nonmagnetic crystals can be classified by complete...