HFML-FELIX researchers demonstrated how magnetic memory combining plasmonics and magnetism is poised to dramatically increase the bit density and energy efficiency of light-assisted ultrafast magnetic storage. This landed them the cover spot on the December edition of Nano Letters Journal.
Wednesday, the 25th of January, PhD student Rianne van Outersterp successfully defended her PhD thesis ‘Metabolite identification using infrared ion spectroscopy’ and obtained her degree with distinction Cum Laude.
Monday 6 - Thursday 9 MarchThe workshop will be devoted to the emerging field of ultrafast opto-magneto-electronics, that combines the ideas and concepts of opto-magnetism and spin transport with photonics for ultrafast low-dissipative manipulation and storage of information. Registration is now open.
Christmas came a little early this year for two of our researchers at HFML-FELIX. Prof. dr. Britta Redlich and dr. Viktoria Eless received word just last week that The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has granted a Phase 1 Take-off grant to their PiCard project regarding the development of quantum information hardware! Without this complementary hardware supporting quantum computers, uses of the technology will likely remain limited.