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Jülich Excellence Price for Dr. Peter Schüffelgen

Dr. Peter Schüffelgen was awarded the Jülich Excellence Price for his research on Josephson Junction using topological isolators as the weak link.. More: Jülich Excellence Price for Dr. Peter Schüffelgen …

Rasterelektronenmikroskopaufnahme während des „Jülich Prozesses“

Researchers at the Forschungszentrum Jülich develop novel process for structuring quantum materials

Implementing quantum materials in computer chips provides access to fundamentally new technologies. To build high-performance quantum computers, for example, topological insulators have to be combined with superconductors. This fabrication step is associated with a number of challenges that have now been solved by researchers from Jülich. More: Researchers at the Forschungszentrum Jülich develop novel process for structuring quantum materials …

Rafting Allgäu Team PGI-9

Institute Workshop at Kleinwalsertal

From 14 to 21 July 2019 the internal institute workshop of PGI-9 took place at Söllerhaus, Kleinwalsertal, Austria. More: Institute Workshop at Kleinwalsertal …

QIT Workshop Shanghai

Joint Workshop in Quantum Information Technology in Shanghai

Following the fruitful collaboration between the Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology (SIMIT) and Forschungszentrum Jülich (FZJ) for more than ten years over a broad range a joint workshop on quantum information technologies was taking place in Shanghai in May 22-25, 2019. The workshop covered theoretical and experimental aspects on quantum computation, including quantum materials, superconductor/topological qubits, quantum measurements, quantum optics. More: Joint Workshop in Quantum Information Technology in Shanghai …

George Smith Award Qing-Tai Zao 2019

George Smith Award

At IEDM in San Francisco on Dec. 3rd, 2018, IEEE Electron Device Society (EDS) presented the George E. Smith Award to the scientists from PGI 9 and EPFL, Switzerland, for their paper entitled “Negative Capacitance as Performance Booster for Tunnel FETs and MOSFETs: An Experimental Study”, which was published in the IEEE Electron Device Letters in October 2017 (DOI: /10.1109/LED.2017.2734943). Dr. Gia V. Luong, Prof. Qing-Tai Zhao and Prof. Siegfried Mantl from PGI 9, share the award equally with the colleagues from EPFL. Advanced silicon nanowire devices were reported in this paper for the future energy efficient nanoelectronics. More: George Smith Award …

Friedrich Wilhelm Prize Tobias Schmitt

Friedrich Wilhelm Prize for Tobias Schmitt

Tobias Schmitt from PGI-9 received for his diploma thesis „Low-dimensional Josephson junctions based on molecular beam epitaxy grown topological insulator thin films“ the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Prize of the RWTH Aachen University. The award is endowed with a prize money of 500 Euro. The Friedrich Wilhelm Prize of the RWTH Aachen grants the award for excellent scientific achievements. The award ceremony took place on November 30th at RWTH Aachen University. More: Friedrich Wilhelm Prize for Tobias Schmitt …

Best Poster Award for Albert Ratajzcak

Best Poster Award for Albert Ratajzcak

Albert Ratajzcak, Ph.D. student at the Peter Grünberg Institut 9 (PGI-9 Semiconductor Nanoelectronics), has won the best poster award at the „European Workshop for Metalorganic Vapor Phase Epitaxy”. The conference took place in Grenoble, France between 18. – 20. June 2017. More: Best Poster Award for Albert Ratajzcak …

Shanghai Meeting group photo 2017

Shanghai VITI Meeting 2017

The 2017 meeting of the Virtual Institute for Topological Insulators took place in Shanghai on April 20th and April 21st, 2017. More: Shanghai VITI Meeting 2017 …

Gated InAs Nanowire

Quantum computer: New basis for stable quantum bits with exotic Majorana-particles discovered

Jülich 20.03.2017 - Majorana-particles are considered as promising candidates for stable quantum bits. Their realization is one of the biggest challenges for the development of quantum computers. More: Quantum computer: New basis for stable quantum bits with exotic Majorana-particles discovered …


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