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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.
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Semiconductor nanowires can be formed directly by using the so-called bottom-up approach. In contrast to the usual top-down method where optical or electron beam lithography is employed, this approach has the potential to simply the fabrication of low-dimensional semiconductor nanostructures enormously. More: Research Topic …

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Students are invited to participate in the JARA-FIT Lab Course Nanoelectronics. The goal of the practical course is to advance students to current research topics from nano-electronics. Therefore selected experiments take place at genuine research equipments. More: JARA FIT Lab Course …


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