We wish you happy holidays and look forward to a new year full of exciting research.
Awarded the Georg Forster Prize by the Humboldt Foundation, Dr. Yanina Fasano is researching on local spectroscopic properties of superconducting materials at IFW Dresden
Magnetic nanoswirls observed in three dimensions by tomographic methodes for the first time
Remarkable upscaling from coin-sized cells to battery packs of over 100 kWh
A team of scientists from the Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat has now made a remarkable discovery
Environmentally friendly cathode materials for efficient and cost-effective Li-ion batteries
Bielefeld and Dresden researchers publish study on topological insulators
Superconducting tungsten-carbon nanostructures explored experimentally and theoretically for the first time in the electric field
An international research team demonstrates magnetization reversal in ferrimagnets by electric fields via magneto-ionic effects
Master's student publishes theory on topological quantum magnets in high-impact journal
How single elements can affect the magnetism of materials
In the search for new quantum materials, the smallest details in the combination sometimes make the crucial difference
Professor Dr. Jeroen van den Brink was successful in the Henriette Herz Scouting Program
New findings unveil a future route for topological defect engineering and tuning in non-Hermitian systems of arbitrary dimension.
Since January 2018, the Working Group on Equal Opportunities of the DPG celebrate women in physics every week.
Phase transformation mechanisms and kinetics of a metallic glass defined over a wide temperature range
Virtual Conference presented by IFW Dresden and Nature: May 25-27, 2021
Elasto-thermoelectric transport technique reveals the interaction between structural and electronic properties of unconventional superconductors
New muon spin-rotation experiments proved spontaneous electrical currents in superconductors
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Influence of viscosity, surface tension and propellant concentration on micromotor motion has been simulated
New industry-compatible growth method for reliable deposition of thin films for organic electronics on large areas.
The replacement of the scarce element Tellurium makes the devices cheaper while remaining the performance
11 February has been declared by the United Nations as "International Day of Women and Girls in Science".
Single-molecule magnets made of metallofullerenes can self-assemble in a solution-based process to form magnetic layers that promise high potential for further research in spintronic devices.
A Nature comment by Dr. Minshen Zhu and Prof. Dr. Oliver G. Schmidt about the need for cross-disciplinary cooperation and teaching in microtechnology