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March 2020
D-Wave Provides Free Quantum Cloud for COVID-19 Response
D-Wave Systems Inc., the leader in quantum computing systems, software, and services, today announced the immediate availability of free access to its quantum systems via the Leap quantum cloud service for anyone working on responses to the COVID-19 crisis. Joining the effort are partners and customers including CI
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03/31/2020
AI can Help Some Businesses but may not Work for Others
The temptation for businesses to use artificial intelligence and other technology to improve performance, drive down labor costs, and better the bottom line is understandable. But before pursuing automation that could put the jobs of human employees at risk, it is important that business owners take careful st
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03/31/2020
EPC Launches Update of Popular Video Podcast Series on GaN
Efficient Power Conversion (EPC) Corporation has posted an update to its popular “How to GaN” video podcast series, These updated videos are based on the recently published third edition textbook, GaN Transistors for Efficient Power Conversion.This 14-part educational video podcast series is designed to provi
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03/30/2020

Machine Learning Puts a New Spin on Spin Models

Simulated low temperature (left) and high temperature (right) phase of a 2D Ising model, where blue points are spins pointing up, and the red points are spins pointing down.

Researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University have used machine learning to study spin models, used in physics to study phase transitions. Previous work showed that image/handwriting classifying AI could be applied to distinguish states in the simplest models. The team showed the approach is applicable to more co
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03/29/2020
Double-Walled Nanotubes Have Electro-Optical Advantages

Rice University theorists have calculated flexoelectric effects in double-walled carbon nanotubes. The electrical potential (P) of atoms on either side of a graphene sheet (top) are identical, but not when the sheet is curved into a nanotube. Double-walled nanotubes (bottom) show unique effects as band gaps in inner and outer tubes are staggered.

One nanotube could be great for electronics applications, but there's new evidence that two could be tops. Rice University engineers already knew that size matters when using single-walled carbon nanotubes for their electrical properties. But until now, nobody had studied how electrons act when confronted with the R
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03/29/2020
Data-Based Optimization of Energy Systems

Automated detection and inventorying of energy systems using photovoltaic facilities as an example. (Photo: Google Maps/greenventory)

greenventory brings the energy transition into cities: The startup offers utilities, grid operators, and municipalities highly resolved data and software tools for forward-looking planning of sustainable energy systems. The system for automated inventorying, analysis, and optimization made by greenventory considers el
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03/27/2020
Thinner Electrolyte can Improve Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Increasing the efficiency of Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs)

In this post-industrialization age, electricity has become the backbone of our society. However, using fossil fuels to generate it is not the best option because of their limited availability and harmful nature. In the last two decades, significant efforts have been made to develop techniques to foster sustainable en
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03/27/2020
As Electronics Shrink to Nanoscale: Still Good as Gold?
Deep inside computer chips, tiny wires made of gold and other conductive metals carry the electricity used to process data. But as these interconnected circuits shrink to nanoscale, engineers worry that pressure, such as that caused by thermal expansion when current flows through these wires, might cause gol
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03/27/2020
Würth Elektronik to Host Their First-Ever Virtual Conference
Würth Elektronik is proud to announce the introduction of their first-ever Virtual Conference. This free Virtual Conference includes easy-access to topics including Robust Design for E-Mobility, EMI Mitigation with Wide Bandgap Devices, Wireless Power Transfer: Advanced Coil Knowledge, and more; all presented by
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03/27/2020
Lightweight Glass for Efficient Cars, Wind Turbines
A new machine-learning algorithm for exploring lightweight, very stiff glass compositions can help design next-gen materials for more efficient vehicles and wind turbines. Glasses can reinforce polymers to generate composite materials that provide similar strengths as metals but with less weight. Liang Qi, a pro
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03/27/2020
Siemens Helps Produce Components w/ Additive Manufacturing

Siemens connects healthcare providers and medical designers to produce components through additive manufacturing

In response to the ongoing global health crisis caused by the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, Siemens is making its Additive Manufacturing (AM) Network along with its 3D printers, available to the global medical community to speed design and production of medical components. The AM Network connects users, designers an
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03/26/2020
Aitech Joins NVIDIA Partner Network to Advance Embedded AI
Aitech has joined the NVIDIA Partner Network as a Preferred Solutions Integration partner. Involvement in the program requires a strong product development effort and continued commitment to growing the general-purpose GPU (GPGPU) community. With innovations like the NVIDIA Xavier-based A178 Thunder AI System, Ai
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03/25/2020
TTI Earns Raytheon 4-Star Award for 10th Year
TTI, Inc., has received recognition from Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems as a 4-Star Supplier Excellence Award winner for performance and partnership for 2019. Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems business instituted the annual Supplier Excellence Awards program to recognize suppliers who have provided
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03/25/2020
Scientists Develop Handheld, High-Res Medical Imaging Device

(from R-L): Assoc Prof Liu Linbo and one of his researchers Dr Xinyu Liu from NTU Singapore, have developed the prototype of a handheld medical imaging device, which produces images 100 times higher resolution than what X-Ray, computed tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machines can provide.

Scientists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed the prototype of a handheld medical imaging device that can produce images down to resolutions of 1 to 2 micrometres. This is detailed enough to spot the first signs of tumours in specific cells and is about 100 times hig
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03/25/2020
Shifting Dimensions: Exciting Excitons in Phosphorene

For exciton-exciton annihilation to occur, two excitons must interact with each other. These interactions are well-characterized for 1D and 2D systems. In a 1D system, we can think of exciton interactions occurring like schoolchildren talking on a bus.

Since its discovery in 2014, phosphorene - a sheet of phosphorus atoms only a single atom thick - has intrigued scientists, due to its unique optoelectronic anisotropy. In other words, electrons interact with light and move in one direction only. This anisotropy means that despite being two dimensional (2D), ph
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03/25/2020
The Coronavirus Strikes Again – EDS 2020 Cancelled
No surprise here – COVID-19 has sacked every trade show, event, and gathering for the foreseeable future, so EDS had no prayer. The Elec­tron­ic Dis­trib­u­tors Sum­mit (EDS) board of direc­tors has officially cancelled its 2020 conference. EDS is held each year in Sin City, Las Vegas (lately, something
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03/23/2020
Flex Power Modules Launches New Website
Flex Power Modules announces the launch of its newly revamped website. With a modern design aligned to its parent company’s branding, the new website has many new features to enhance overall user experience, navigation and search. For example, the website has introduced a parametric search, allowing custo
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03/23/2020
Berkeley Cosmologists are Top Machine Learning Challengers

2020 LHC Olympics logo.

In searching for new particles, physicists can lean on theoretical predictions that suggest some good places to look and some good ways to find them: It's like being handed a rough sketch of a needle hidden in a haystack. But blind searches are a lot more complicated, like hunting in a haystack without knowing wh
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03/20/2020
Tiny Double Accelerator Recycles Energy

Proof of concept for cascaded terahertz accelerator using long pulses. The mini-accelerator uses terahertz radiation that can be recycled for a second stage of acceleration.

A team of DESY scientists has built a miniature double particle accelerator that can recycle some of the laser energy fed into the system to boost the energy of the accelerated electrons a second time. The device uses narrowband terahertz radiation which lies between infrared and radio frequencies in the electromagnetic sp
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03/20/2020
Silicon Computing Power for Brain Research and Prosthetics

Abdulmalik Obaid (on left) and Nick Melosh with their microwire array. This bundle of microwires can enable researchers to watch the activity of hundreds of neurons in the brain in real time.

Researchers at Stanford University have developed a new device for connecting the brain directly to silicon-based technologies. While brain-machine interface devices already exist - and are used for prosthetics, disease treatment and brain research - this latest device can record more data while being less intrusive th
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03/20/2020
Scientists Transform Tough Pollen into Flexible Material
Scientists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have found a way to turn pollen, one of the hardest materials in the plant kingdom, into a soft and flexible material, with the potential to serve as 'building blocks' for the design of new categories of eco-friendly materials. The findings, p
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03/19/2020
Putting Artificial Intelligence to Work in the Lab

Dr Agustin Schiffrin and his team at the School of Physics and Astronomy (Monash University)

An Australian-German collaboration has demonstrated fully-autonomous SPM operation, applying artificial intelligence and deep learning to remove the need for constant human supervision. The new system, dubbed DeepSPM, bridges the gap between nanoscience, automation and artificial intelligence (AI), and firml
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03/19/2020
The Power of Light for Internet of Underwater Things

This 1.5-meter-long experimental setup was used to test the effectiveness of a submerged temperature sensor to charge and transmit instructions to a solar panel.

A system that can concurrently transmit light and energy to underwater energy devices is under development at KAUST. Self-powered internet of underwater things (IoUT) that harvest energy and decode information transferred by light beams can enhance sensing and communication in the seas and oceans. KAUST researchers ar
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03/19/2020
Chip-Based Devices Improve Quantum-Secured Communication

New chip-based devices contain all the optical components necessary for quantum key distribution. The cost-effective platform is designed to facilitate citywide networks.

Advances in computing technology will soon leave today's methods for encrypting online data vulnerable to eavesdropping. Quantum key distribution offers impenetrable encryption by using the quantum properties of light to generate secure random keys between users for encrypting and decrypting their online data. Alt
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03/19/2020
Cross-Technology Communication in the IoT Simplified

The X-Burst framework developed at TU Graz can be integrated into the operating system of existing devices.

Whether networked vehicles that warn of traffic jams in real time, household appliances that can be operated remotely, "wearables" that monitor physical activity, or industrial plants that detect possible production errors in time and notify technical support, the number of intelligent products that co
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03/19/2020
Drones Could Still be a Threat to Public Safety
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), commonly known as drones, are widely used in mapping, aerial photography, rescue operations, shipping, law enforcement, agriculture, among other things. Despite great potential for improving public safety, use of drones can also lead to very undesirable situations, such as privacy an
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03/19/2020
Polymer Films Pass Electron Gun Test
HSE researchers, jointly with colleagues from the RAN Institute of Organoelement Compounds and the RAN Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry, have studied the properties of a polyarylene ether ketone-based copolymer (co-PAEK) for potential space applications. Co-PAEK films are highly resistant to
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03/19/2020
Fish Scales Could Make Wearable Electronics More Sustainable

This film derived from fish scales could someday be used in flexible electronic devices.

Flexible temporary electronic displays may one day make it possible to sport a glowing tattoo or check a reading, like that of a stopwatch, directly on the skin. In its current form, however, this technology generally depends on plastic. New research in ACS Nano describes a way to make these displays, which wou
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03/19/2020
A Landmark Plan for Fusion Energy and Plasma Science

PPPL physicist Nathan Ferraro with image from cover of report behind him.

Creating and controlling on Earth the fusion energy that powers the sun and stars is a key goal of scientists around the world. Production of this safe, clean and limitless energy could generate electricity for all humanity, and the possibility is growing closer to reality. Now a landmark report released this we
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03/19/2020
Composite Metal Foams Move Closer to Widespread Applications

This image shows steel-steel composite metal foam samples before testing (right) and after 100 minutes exposure to 825C (left).

North Carolina State University researchers have demonstrated that composite metal foams (CMFs) can pass so-called "simulated pool fire testing" with flying colors, moving the material closer to use in applications such as packaging and transportation of hazardous materials. In addition, researchers us
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03/19/2020
A Quantum Sensor that Covers Entire Radio Frequency Spectrum

Atoms in a glass vapor cell are excited with laser beams to Rydberg states. They detect the electric fields (coming from the gold antenna in the background) and imprint the information back onto the laser beams.

A quantum sensor could give Soldiers a way to detect communication signals over the entire radio frequency spectrum, from 0 to 100 GHz, said researchers from the Army. Such wide spectral coverage by a single antenna is impossible with a traditional receiver system, and would require multiple systems of indivi
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03/19/2020
Coronavirus May Force TV Makers to Cut Panel Demand in Q2

Korean TV makers aim to refill panel inventories to meet shipment targets

Television makers that had been planning to significantly boost their display panel purchasing in the second quarter now may be forced to curb their ambitions as concerns rise over a potential coronavirus-driven recession. South Korean and Chinese TV makers were hoping to take advantage of improving panel ava
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03/19/2020
A Nanoscale Laser Made of Gold and Zinc Oxide

The research group "Ultrafast Nano-Optics" at the University of Oldenburg, Germany, investigates processes in the nanoworld using lasers that emit extremely short flashes of light.

Tiny particles composed of metals and semiconductors could serve as light sources in components of future optical computers, as they are able to precisely localize and extremely amplify incident laser light. A team from Germany and Sweden led by Prof. Dr. Christoph Lienau and Dr. Jin-Hui Zhong from the University of
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03/19/2020
Revolutionizing Autonomous Navigation, AR, Neuroscience
While beam steering systems have been used for many years for applications such as imaging, display, and optical trapping, they require bulky mechanical mirrors and are overly sensitive to vibrations. Compact optical phased arrays (OPAs), which change the angle of an optical beam by changing the beam's phase pro
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03/19/2020
Richardson Electronics is Global Distributor for Custom MMIC
Richardson Electronics, Ltd. announced it will be distributing products from Custom MMIC, a Qorvo company. Custom MMIC is a leading supplier of high-performance GaAs and GaN monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs) for defense, aerospace and commercial applications. Qorvo (Nasdaq:QRVO), is a global provider of
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03/18/2020
TTI Wins 2019 Global Broadline Distributor of the Year Award

Karen Leggio, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Channel, TE, presents the Global Distributor of the Year award to Mike Morton, TTI COO and members of TTI's leadership team.

TTI, Inc., has been awarded TE Connectivity’s (TE) 2019 Global Broadline Distributor of the Year Award. TTI senior leadership proudly accepted the honor during an awards ceremony in Berwyn, Pennsylvania celebrating the performance of TE’s top distribution partners. The award recognizes TTI’s strong POS gro
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03/16/2020
UnitedSiC Announces Distribution Partnership with Digi-Key
UnitedSiC announced a distribution agreement with Digi-Key Electronics. The new partnership will provide Digi-Key customers with worldwide, 24-hour availability of UnitedSiC’s Silicon Carbide product portfolio - including the only standard gate drive SiC devices currently in the market. Yalcin Bulut, VP of G
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03/16/2020
Chasing Lithium Ions on the Move in a Fast-Charging Battery
A team of scientists led by the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has captured in real time how lithium ions move in lithium titanate (LTO), a fast-charging battery electrode material made of lithium, titanium, and oxygen. They discovered th
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03/15/2020
Building the World's Most Powerful Particle Accelerator

Professor Moses Chung and ChangKyu Sung in the School of Natural Sciences at UNIST were the only Korean researchers who partook in the MICE collaboration.

An international team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has for the first time succeeded in demonstrating the ionization cooling of muons. Regarded as a major step in being able to create the world's most powerful particle accelerator, this new muon accelerator is expected to provide a better understanding of
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03/15/2020
PCIM Europe 2020 Postponed till July
COVID-19 has claimed another victim – on Friday, PCIM Europe 2020 was officially postponed. The good news is that PCIM will be delayed (until July 28-30) instead of cancelled. And the decision was almost entirely out of the show organizers’ hands. German Health Minister Jens Spahn recently called for
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03/13/2020
RS Components adds STMicroelectronics’ surge suppression range
Designed to handle 8/20µs and 10/1000µs voltage transients and protect circuits and equipment from power surges, the ST portfolio of Electrical Over-Stress (EOS) TVS Flat devices includes industrial and automotive grade devices. Delivering a lower cost per watt ratio, the portfolio of TVS Flat package variants ar
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03/12/2020
TE Connectivity donates 3D Printer to Penn State
TE Connectivity (TE) has donated a 3D printer to the Penn State College of Engineering in State College, Pennsylvania. The high-capacity, multifunctional nScrypt 3Dn-450-HP printer, a donation valued at around $350,000, will help students and researchers explore new additive manufacturing materials and proce
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03/12/2020
Silicon Labs to Buy Redpine Signals' Connectivity Business
Silicon Labs announced that it has entered into a definitive asset purchase agreement with Redpine Signals to acquire the company’s Wi-Fi and Bluetooth business, development center in Hyderabad, India, and extensive patent portfolio for $308 million in cash. “The acquisition of Redpine Signals’ ultra-low
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03/12/2020
A Graphene Innovation That is Music to your Ears

Sound waves illustration.

Just over 15 years since a couple of researchers in the U.K. used adhesive tape to isolate single atomic layers of carbon, known as graphene, from a chunk of graphite, their Nobel Prize-winning discovery has fueled a revolution in ultrathin materials R&D. Graphene and other atomically thin "2D" materials
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03/12/2020
Efficient, Solution-Processed, Hybrid Tandem Solar Cells

Professor Sung-Yeon Jang (center) and his research team in the School of Energy and Chemical Engineering at UNIST.

Colloidal quantum dot (CQD) solar cells have attracted considerable attention due to the advantages of being flexible and lightweight. Besides, they are much easier to manufacture, compared with that of commercial silicon solar cells in use today. A novel technology, capable of maximizing the performance of th
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03/12/2020
$21.4 Million to Develop Water-Energy Technologies
Northwestern University and BGN Technologies, the technology transfer company of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), announced today the initiation of a U.S.-Israel consortium led by both universities for the development of new technologies to solve global water challenges. The multi-institutional, internati
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03/11/2020
APEC 2020 Cancelled over Coronavirus Concerns
For the first time in 35 years, the show won’t go on for the Applied Power Electronics Conference. On Tuesday, show organizers and sponsors decided to cancel APEC 2020. We all know why – the COVID-19 coronavirus has already claimed South by Southwest (SXSW),
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03/10/2020
Lithium Equals > 99.9% Battery Quality Lithium Carbonate
Standard Lithium Ltd. is pleased to report that it has produced its first >99.9% purity (also known as ‘three-nines’) battery quality lithium carbonate using the Company’s proprietary ‘SiFT’ crystallisation technology.  This optimisation work was performed at the University of British Columbia (U
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03/09/2020
The Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo Europe
550+ top suppliers, 10,000+ industry peers, 3 days. Source the latest powertrain technology in the e-mobility industry at the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo Europe. Get your free trade fair pass today: https://bit.ly/2vTpfOp
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03/09/2020
Caltech & JPL Launch Hybrid High-Rate Quantum Communications
Caltech and JPL have been successful partners in space exploration since the mid-1930s. In their tradition of intermixing in unique ways fundamental science, technology and engineering they develop a collaborative multi-disciplinary cross-agency research program to advance and accelerate scalable hybrid quantum ne
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03/08/2020
Total Review of Heterogeneously Integrated 2D Materials

Schematic illustration of the newly emerged 2D heterostructures research with various heterogeneous integration of 2D materials.

In a paper published in NANO, a group of researchers from Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea provide a comprehensive review of heterogeneously integrated two dimensional (2D) materials from an extensive library of atomic 2D materials with selectable material properties to open up fascinating possibilities fo
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03/08/2020
Layered Solar Cell Tech Boosts Efficiency, Affordability

Perovskite/silicon tandem solar cells are contenders for the next-generation photovoltaic technology, with the potential to deliver module efficiency gains at minimal cost.

The future's getting brighter for solar power. Researchers from CU Boulder have created a low-cost solar cell with one of the highest power-conversion efficiencies to date, by layering cells and using a unique combination of elements. "We took a product that is responsible for a $30 billion a year indus
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03/06/2020
Longest Microwave Quantum Link

The ETH quantum link in Andreas Wallraff's laboratory. The tube at the centre contains the strongly cooled waveguide that connects the two quantum chips in their cryostats via microwave photons.

Collaboration is everything - also in the quantum world. To build powerful quantum computers in the future, it will be necessary to connect several smaller computers to form a kind of cluster or local network (LAN). Since those computers work with quantum mechanical superposition states, which contain the logical va
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03/06/2020
Optically-Inspired Computing with Spin Waves one Step Closer
An article was published in the journal Advanced Materials, and will appear on the front cover of the March 5th issue, demonstrating a new methodology for generating and manipulating spin waves in nanostructured magnetic materials. This work opens the way to developing nano-processors for extraordinarily quick and e
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03/06/2020
All-Solid-State Lithium-Sulfur Batteries w/ High Capacity

Schematic images and electron microscope photograph of sulfur-carbon composites (upper). Schematic images and cycle characteristics of all-solid-state sulfur battery (lower).

Prof. Atsunori Matsuda, Prof. Hiroyuki Muto, Assistant Prof. Kazuhiro Hikima, Assistant Prof. Nguyen Huu Huy Phuc, Researcher Reiko Matsuda, and Mr. Takaki Maeda (Master Program) at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering, Toyohashi University of Technology have made an active sulfur ma
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03/06/2020
A Filter for Cleaner Qubits

Schematic of a Josephson quantum filter (JQF). The data qubit (DQ) to be protected and the JQF are directly coupled to a semi-infinite waveguide, through which control pulses for the DQ are applied.

Researchers at the Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU), RIKEN, and the University of Tokyo propose an improved method for isolating the qubits in a quantum computer from the external environment, which may help usher in the era of practical quantum computing. Tokyo, Japan - A research team at the To
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03/06/2020
Improving the Vision of Self-Driving Vehicles
There may be a better way for autonomous vehicles to learn how to drive themselves: by watching humans. With the help of an improved sight-correcting system, self-driving cars could learn just by observing human operators complete the same task. Researchers from Deakin University in Australia published their res
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03/06/2020
Transphorm Inc. Raises $21 Million, Completes Reverse Merger
Transphorm, Inc. announced it raised $21.5 million in a private placement equity financing. Prior to the financing, Transphorm Technology, Inc. (“Transphorm”) completed a reverse merger with Peninsula Acquisition Corporation (“Peninsula”), a public Delaware corporation, whereby Transphorm became a wholly ow
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03/04/2020
Magnetic Whirls in Future Data Storage Devices

Schematic representation of the magnetization in an advanced racetrack memory data storage. Skyrmions (blue) and antiskyrmions (red) constitute the '1' and '0' bits, respectively.

Magnetic (anti)skyrmions are microscopically small whirls that are found in special classes of magnetic materials. These nano-objects could be used to host digital data by their presence or absence in a sequence along a magnetic stripe. A team of scientists from the Max Planck institutes (MPI) of Microstructure Ph
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03/04/2020
New Class of 2D Materials Stores Electrical Energy

MXenes are 2D materials forming multi-layered particles (left) from which pseudocapacitors are made. Shining X-ray light on MXenes revealed changes of their chemical structure upon intercalation of urea molecules (right) compared to pristine MXenes (center).

There are different solutions for storing electrical energy: Lithium-based electrochemical batteries, for example, store large amounts of energy, but require long charging times. Supercapacitors, on the other hand, are able to absorb or release electrical energy extremely quickly - but store much less electrical en
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03/04/2020
Global Television Market Overcomes Trade Barriers
Defying a host of headwinds, the global television market managed to attain slight growth in the fourth quarter and for the entire year of 2019, as an easing in a shortage of LCD panels helped propel the market’s expansion. Global TV set shipments in the fourth quarter of 2019 totaled 68.6 million, a 1.5 per
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03/04/2020
Graphene, Perovskites, and Silicon -- An Ideal Tandem

Graphene Flagship researchers successfully combined graphene with tandem perovskite-silicon solar cells to achieve efficiencies of up to 26.3%.

Graphene Flagship researchers at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) and its spin-off, Graphene Flagship Associate Member BeDimensional, in cooperation with ENEA have successfully combined graphene with tandem perovskite-silicon solar cells to achieve efficiencies of up
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03/03/2020
Developing Faster Algorithms to Deduce Complex Networks

Digging deeper into the intricacies of these networks in an effort to develop more efficient Quantum Algorithms

Our world has no dearth of complex networks--from cellular networks in biology to intricate web networks in technology. These networks also form the basis of various applications in virtually all fields of science, and to analyze and manipulate these networks, specific "search" algorithms are required. Bu
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03/03/2020