Press release from JGU partner about s-Nebula funded work on antiferromagnets (collaboration JGU/CNRS-Thales). Physicists use antiferromagnetic rust to carry information over long distances at room temperature. Be it with smartphones, laptops or mainframes: The transmission, processing and storage of information is currently based on a single class of material – as it was in the… Read More »“Faster and more efficient information” Article published in Nature Communications
S-Nebula funded work from JGU & CNRS/Thales partner “Concurrent magneto-optical imaging and magneto-transport readout of electrical switching of antiferromagnetic thin films” [F. Schreiber et al., Appl. Phys. Lett. 117, 082401 (2020) https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0011852] made it as the cover page of Volume 117, Issue 8 of Applied Physics Letters. Check also the press release of JGU for… Read More »s-Nebula’s article on the cover of Applied Physics Letters
The kick-off meeting of the FET OPEN s-Nebula was successfully held in Paris the 17-18th of February. We had a lot of fruitful discussions and ideas to develop new collaborative works between our respective groups and make s-Nebula a great success.