SPRING SPin Research IN Graphene

What’s the SPRING Project

Magnetism is a property that had been missing from graphene’s impressive list of physical properties – until now. Owing to its unconventional magnetic properties, graphene has been touted as a promising material for spintronics applications. The ambition of the EU-funded SPRING project is to develop an all-graphene platform, where spins can be used for transporting, storing and processing information. Researchers from different disciplines will collaborate to fabricate atomically precise open-shell graphene nanostructures, and manipulate their electron spin and charge, and nuclear spin state. The aim is to test the potential of graphene as a fundamental building block for spintronic devices.

New Hiring – Electronic Properties at the Nanoscale – Carlos Garcia Fernández

New Hiring – Electronic Properties at the Nanoscale – Carlos Garcia Fernández

We are pleased to inform you about the successful hiring of Postdoctoral Researcher Carlos Garcia Fernández. Carlos will add tremendous knowledge to…

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Postdoctoral position on electronic structure, magnetism, and quantum transport in graphene nanostructures at DIPC, Donostia-San Sebastian

Postdoctoral position on electronic structure, magnetism, and quantum transport in graphene nanostructures at DIPC, Donostia-San Sebastian

Graphene and related materials have emerged as an ideal solution to combine spin localization and diffusion. These atomically thin materials can be…

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Teleporting quantum information encoded in fermionic modes

Tiago Debarba, Fernando Iemini, Geza Giedke, and Nicolai Friis
Phys. Rev. A 101, 052326 (2020)
[ ] [ DOI ] [ Open Access ]

A big thank you to the @EU_2020 review experts for their competent discussions & interest: Director at @spinverse Eira Seppälä, Professor Jelena Klinovaja @DPhysics_UniBas Professor Ireneusz Weymann from Adam Mickiewicz University and Professor Vasilios Georgakilas @upatras

Today marks a very important day as we have started the @springfetopen project´s 1rst Periodic Review Meeting lead by @EU_Commission and supported by @EU_H2020 with all 6 consortium partners @nanoGUNE @tudelft @UniversidadeUSC @ciqususc @IBMResearch @QM_Oxford @DIPCehu

Thanks to everyone who attended and contributed today to the First Annual Meeting and Scientific Workshop of SPRING. @nanoGUNE @tudelft @UniversidadeUSC @ciqususc @IBMResearch @QM_Oxford @DIPCehu @EU_H2020

Apply now for the 747. WE- #Heraeus-Seminar “ Molecular Functionality at Surfaces: Self‐Assembly, Manipulation, Reactivity and the Role of Decoupling”The seminar aims at highlighting the latest trends in the field of molecular #nanoscience. See you there! https://bit.ly/35mq0xh

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