Covering the key areas where quantum technology are and will make an impact.
AZoQuantum speaks with Dr. Allison N. Jaynes from the University of Iowa. Allison is part of a group of physicists who have found a previously undiscovered phenomenon called ‘diffuse auroral erasers’ while analyzing a video of auroras recorded in 2002.
AZoQuantum speaks with Sabine Stanley and Chi Yan from Johns Hopkins University. Simulations of the interior of Saturn, created by the researchers, have revealed a connection between the planet’s magnetic field and its thick shell of helium rain.
In this Thought Leader piece, AZoQuantum spoke to Professor Carsten Welsch about antimatter physics and the AVA organisation.
In this interview, Richard J. Warburton, Professor of Experimental Physics (Ordinarius), Department of Physics, University of Basel, talks to AZoQuantum about self-assembled quantum dots.
In this interview, Prof. Sergio O. Valenzuela, ICREA Research Professor and Leader of the Physics and Engineering of Nanoelectronic Devices group at the Centre d’Investigacions en Nanociència i Nanotecnologia, talks to AZoQuantum about different perspectives on spintronics.
Magnetometry broadly refers to measuring magnetic fields, and is a topic that is hard to cover in its generality. The fields to be measured could be constant or variable (for example, oscillating or pulsed), and, depending on application, can range in magnitude from femtotesla (fT) to hundreds of tesla.
Fluorescence spectroscopy and microscopy is one of the most advanced and important techniques in biophysical research. The enormous sensitivity of fluorescence allows for the direct detection, spectroscopy and imaging of individual molecules.
Recent advances in nanofabrication have enabled the development of structures that can manipulate and localize light into volumes below a cubic optical wavelength with storage times of thousands of optical cycles.