Physics

The concept of objects disappearing seamlessly has been a fascination for both scientists and the general public. From basic camouflage techniques to the highly advanced metamaterial-based cloaks of today, the evolution of invisibility technology has been nothing short of remarkable. Researchers at Zhejiang University have recently made significant progress in the field of invisibility cloaks
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The research team led by Professor Wang Cheng from the Department of Electrical Engineering (EE) at City University of Hong Kong (CityUHK) has made a groundbreaking discovery in the field of analog electronic signal processing and computation. They have developed a state-of-the-art microwave photonic chip that outperforms traditional electronic processors in terms of speed and
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In today’s world, the ability to solve complex problems efficiently is more important than ever. Traditional computers often face challenges when dealing with large sets of interacting variables, resulting in inefficiencies like the von Neumann bottleneck. To address this issue, a new approach known as collective state computing has emerged, focusing on solving optimization problems
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Antimatter research at CERN’s Antimatter Factory has been making significant strides in studying antihydrogen atoms. One of the key experiments, AEgIS, is focused on testing whether antimatter and matter fall to Earth in the same way with high precision. In a recent publication in Physical Review Letters, the AEgIS collaboration announced a breakthrough that not
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An innovative new method for the comprehensive characterization of semiconductors has been developed by a physicist at HZB. The “Constant Light-Induced Magneto-Transport (CLIMAT)” method is a groundbreaking technique that allows for the simultaneous recording of 14 different parameters of transport properties of both negative and positive charge carriers in a single measurement. Traditionally, the parameters
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Electronics have traditionally been based on the movement of electrical charges, with currents flowing and signals transmitted through the application of electrical voltage. However, a new field known as spintronics has emerged, which focuses on manipulating electronic currents and signals by utilizing the intrinsic magnetic moment of electrons. This field has gained significant attention in
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Theoretical physicist Farokh Mivehvar delves deep into the realm of quantum physics, specifically focusing on the interaction of two sets of atoms emitting light within a quantum cavity. This unique optical device comprises of high-quality mirrors facing each other, creating a confined space where light can linger for extended periods. The implications of Mivehvar’s work
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University of Pennsylvania engineers have introduced an innovative chip that harnesses light waves to perform complex mathematical calculations crucial for training artificial intelligence (AI) systems. This silicon-photonic (SiPh) chip has the potential to significantly enhance computer processing speed while simultaneously reducing energy consumption. The research team, led by Professor Nader Engheta and Associate Professor Firooz
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