Quantum coherent spin-electric control in molecular nanomagnets

We are really excited to share with you the latest posting on arxiv from our consortium partner Arzhang Ardavan from Oxford University and his colleagues from Universidad de Valencia.  [2005.01029] Junjie Liu, Jakub Mrozek, Yan Duan et al.: Quantum coherent spin-electric control in molecular nanomagnets https://t.co/7PTLkKFT5i https://t.co/FEGwTVriwU — arXiv cond-mat (@arXiv_cond_mat) May 5, 2020 It […]

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Engineering hybrid graphene nanoribbons with active electronic properties

Thanks to César Tomé López for writing about our findings on graphene nanoribbons using scanning tunnelling microscopy and spectroscopy, and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy measurements. Read his article on Mapping Ignorance.org and our investigations directly here https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acsnano.9b08162. https://mappingignorance.org/2020/04/23/engineering-hybrid-graphene-nanoribbons-with-active-electronic-properties/

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Magnetism of topological boundary states induced by boron substitution in graphene nanoribbons

We released a preprint on “Magnetism of topological boundary states induced by boron substitution in graphene nanoribbons” to Arxiv. The article shows the promising perspective of incorporating spin polarization in the conjugated electron system of graphene nanoribbons. Using automatically precise engineering topological defects it is shown that magnetism can also be induced away from physical […]

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New Hiring – Jeremey Gérard Hieulle

We are welcoming our latest SPRING project team member, Jeremy Gérard Hieulle as Post-doctoral Researcher. He joins us coming from the Okinawan Institute of Science and Technology – OIST in Japan. Adding his expertise in emerging magnetism from topologically projected bound states in graphene nanostructures to our research group CIC09 Nanoimaging will support our scientific […]

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Nanomagnets made of graphene for faster and more sustainable information technologies

The EU-funded H2020 project SPRING is granted €3.5 million to develop new graphene-based magnetic components that contribute to the creation of faster and environmentally friendly electronic devices. The international research project is coordinated by CIC nanoGUNE (ES) in partnership with IBM (CH), University of Santiago de Compostela (ES), Technical University of Delft (NL) and University […]

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Postdoctoral position on spin physics in graphene-based nanostructures at DIPC, Donostia-San Sebastián

Graphene and related materials have emerged as an ideal solution to combine spin localization and diffusion. These atomically thin materials can be fabricated with atomic precision, opening the door to fabrication of designer structures with precise shape, composition, spin arrangement, and interconnected by graphene electrodes for electrostatic or quantum gates. In the framework of the EU-funded […]

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New SPRING postdoc hired at the DIPC node

Pedro Brandimarte started his research for SPRING at the DIPC node. Pedro is an expert in employing computational tools for simulating electronic structure and transport through nanoscale systems. In SPRing, Pedro will be involved in simulation of band structure and topology of graphene nanoribbons.

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