Published on Fri, 24 Jun 2022
From Wednesday, 22 June until today, the collaborators of the ESiM Project (Energy Storage in Molecules) came together in Dresden for their initial meeting. The project partners from Germany, Spain, France, and The Netherlands presented their individual work packages and discussed the roadmap of the 4-year project.
The European Pathfinder Open project ESiM, led by cfaed SMM Group Leader Dr. Francesca Moresco, aims to use intramolecular properties (rotations, conformational changes) for energy storage. ESiM investigates storing (and releasing) of energy in a few specific intramolecular degrees of freedom. The project combines theory and simulation, molecular design and synthesis, scanning probe microscopy and manipulation, solid-state physics and nanotechnology.
Read more … Kick-off Meeting for ESiM Project
Published on Wed, 22 Jun 2022
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Prof. Karl Leo has been thinking about the realization of this component for more than 20 years, now it has become reality: His research group at the Institute for Applied Physics at the TU Dresden has presented the first highly efficient organic bipolar transistor. This opens up completely new perspectives for organic electronics - both in data processing and transmission, as well as in medical technology applications. The results of the research work have now been published in the leading specialist journal "Nature".
Read more … First organic bipolar transistor developed at the TU Dresden
Published on Fri, 17 Jun 2022
In my talk, I will present our recent works on antiskyrmions in crystals with S4 symmetry. Combining experiments and theory, we studied antiskyrmions, skyrmions, and other textures in the S4-symmetric family of schreibersites (Fe,Ni)3P with heavy element doping.
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Published on Wed, 15 Jun 2022
Am 21. Juni findet das nächste RepairCafé auf dem Campus statt, welches als regelmäßige Selbsthilfewerkstatt jeden dritten Dienstag seine feste Wirkstätte im SLUB Makerspace zw. 17 und 19.30 Uhr findet. Wenn das Haushaltgerät nicht mehr funktioniert oder Näharbeiten nötig sind, kann ein Besuch beim RepairCafé helfen. Die Selbsthilfewerkstatt unterstützt Hilfesuchende dabei, unter Anleitung von technikaffinen Ehrenamtlichen defekte Geräte – hoffentlich – wieder funktionstüchtig zu machen.
Read more … 2. RepairCafé an der TU Dresden / SLUB
Published on Mon, 30 May 2022
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[Press release of ct.qmat cluster and Leibniz IFW]
A Dresden research team led by solid-state physicist Dr. Axel Lubk has succeeded in imaging the magnetic field of tiny magnetic nanovortices - called skyrmions - in three dimensions with a resolution of seven millionths of a millimeter. This is the first time ever that this has been achieved. For their pioneering work, the scientists have now been honored by the European Microscopy Society (EMS) with the Outstanding Paper Award 2021 for Materials Science. Project leader Lubk is a member of the Würzburg-Dresden Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat - Complexity and Topology in Quantum Matter. He will assume the CEOS Endowed Professorship for Electron Optics in August, a joint appointment of the Technical University (TU) Dresden and the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research (IFW) Dresden.
Read more … Whirlwind in the material: Dresden physicist wins prize for world's first image of a 3D magnetic field
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