Publication in Science on Nanooptics
The duration of their snapshot relates to one second as one second relates to the age of the universe: In a joint collaboration with Australian Scientist Tim Davis and the Group around Harald Gießen (University of Stuttgart), Physicists from CENIDE have developed ultrafast vector microscopy as a way of determining electric fields on surfaces with high temporal and spatial resolution. The new method was used to measure the dynamics of optical skyrmions in the time domain for the first time. The renowned journal "Science" publishes this breakthrough in nanooptics in its current issue.
Science Publication on New Technology
Unlike ductile metals, oxides are ceramics, known to be brittle and unable to sustain large strains. An international team of scientists, including theoretical physicists from the UDE, were successful in achieving extreme strains of up to 8 percent in oxide membranes.
Publication in Nano Letters
Generating magnetism on demand without the use of electrical currents – in the field of doped nanocrystals that’s no science fiction anymore, but close to reality. A major breakthrough in this area was recently achieved by the group of Prof. Gerd Bacher in collaboration with the Gamelin Group at the University of Washington, Seattle (US) and now published in “Nano Letters”.
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