Researchers at the University of Michigan ran an LED with electrodes reversed in order to cool another device mere nanometers away. The approach could lead to new...University of Michigan From ACM Careers | March 24, 2020
Flexible temporary electronic displays could be derived from fish scales, a plentiful, environmentally friendly, and biodegradable alternative to plastic.
American Chemical Society From ACM Careers | March 18, 2020
Valentino "Tino" Cooper of Oak Ridge National Laboratory uses theory, modeling, and computation to improve fundamental understanding of advanced materials for next...Oak Ridge National Laboratory From ACM Careers | February 26, 2020
A survey by recruitment firm Harvey Nash found half of 1,200 technology professionals in the U.K. would like to switch jobs in 2020, with salary and work-life balance...ComputerWeekly.com From ACM TechNews | February 18, 2020
Researchers have developed a method to observe a new class of topological materials, called Weyl semimetals, with unusual electronic properties that could be useful...Pennsylvania State University From ACM Careers | February 13, 2020
Researchers have found a way to have nanowires exhibit current-carrying capacity that exceeds the current density of most semiconducting nanowires.
Michigan Technological University From ACM Careers | February 11, 2020
A process developed by a team from multiple universities may be the key to manufacturing flexible stacked and three-dimensional electronic structures with multiple...MIT News From ACM Careers | February 6, 2020
Brain-inspired neuromorphic computing paves the way forward with new directions in computing hardware, algorithms, architectures, and materials.
American Institute of Physics From ACM Careers | January 15, 2020
A team from the University of Vermont and Tufts University has repurposed living cells from frog embryos and assembled them into millimeter-wide life-forms called...University of Vermont From ACM Careers | January 15, 2020
A research team has reported seeing atomic scale defects in beta gallium oxide that could be useful in the way the semiconductor is deployed and functions.
Ohio State University From ACM Careers | December 10, 2019
As Moore's Law reaches its limits, thermodynamic computing might prove to be the future of the field, says a new report from an international team of 38 researchers...University of California San Diego From ACM Careers | November 19, 2019
Physicist Gaute Hagen uses Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Summit supercomputer to run advanced models of atomic nuclei to study their structures and interactions...Oak Ridge National Laboratory From ACM Careers | September 24, 2019
A new type of photonic integrated circuit called a PAXEL, for photonic accelerator, shows promise for high-speed, energy-efficient computing.
American Institute of Physics From ACM Careers | September 24, 2019
The U.S. Department of Energy is looking for experts to guide the White House and federal agencies through the weird world of quantum information science.
GeekWire From ACM Careers | September 12, 2019
A team of physicists has uncovered a new state of matter that could increase storage capabilities in electronic devices and enhance quantum computing.
New York University From ACM Careers | August 19, 2019
The sensitivity conjecture stumped many top computer scientists for decades, yet the new proof is so simple that one researcher summed it up in a single tweet.
...Quanta Magazine From ACM Careers | July 26, 2019