Posts tagged with: Spintronics

It’s Out! New Theory and Calculations to Predict Spin Decoherence in Materials With High Accuracy

Marco Bernardi, professor of applied physics, physics and materials science; and Jinsoo Park (MS '20, PhD '22), postdoctoral scholar research associate in applied physics and materials science, have developed a...

Assembling a Toolbox to Construct New Devices With Customizable Properties, With Potentially Quantum Information Applications

Assembling a toolbox to construct new devices with customizable properties, with potentially quantum information applications....

New Insights Gained to Keys for Novel Spintronic Devices and Quantum Computers

Tungsten di-telluride (WTe2) has recently proven to be a promising material for the realization of topological states....

Unique Quantum Material Could Enable Ultra-powerful, Compact Computers | Columbia Quantum Initiative

Information in computers is transmitted through semiconductors by the movement of electrons and stored in the direction of the electron spin in magnetic materials. To shrink devices while improving their...

Silicon-Based Qubits Very Similar in Design to Classic Silicon Transistors

“Hot” spin quantum bits in silicon transistors   Quantum bits (qubits) are the smallest units of information in a quantum computer. Currently, one of the biggest challenges in developing this...

Atom Computing Brings Two Heavy-Hitters Onto Their Team, Each With A Fierce Belief in the Power of Quantum Computing

— Atom Computing, a quantum computing start-up obsessed with helping companies and researchers reach their next big breakthrough, today announces two new quantum veterans joining, Denise Ruffner as Chief Business...