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Volume 374/ Issue 6567 / 29 Oct. 2021 more

The Max Planck Society has awarded Dr. Annika Johansson a Minerva Fast Track Fellowship. more

Much effort is being made to develop new types of memory devices that can revolutionize the computing paradigm of the past half century. Major breakthroughs are needed, in particular, in the domain of Deep Learning as a subset of Artificial Intelligence. In-memory computing and brain inspired neuromorphic hardware are the driving principles for this paradigm shift. Recently, a team of scientists at the Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Halle (Saale), and SEMRON GmbH, Dresden, Germany, have successfully demonstrated a unique capacitive memory technology with unprecedented energy-efficiency. The technology can easily be implemented using conventional silicon manufacturing processes and systems, thereby paving the way to its rapid commercialization and adoption in many application domains. The results were published in Nature Electronics on October 11th. more

Congratulations to Jue Huang! more

Congratulations to Yicheng Guan! more

Congratulations to Jagannath Jena! more

Congratulations to Tianping Ma! more

Congratulations to Abhay Kant Srivastava! more

Congratulations to Shuo-Ying Yang! more

Congratulations to James Taylor ! more

We are pleased to announce that our paper on "Realization of Epitaxial NbP and TaP Weyl Semimetal Thin Films" has been published in ACS Nano and is now accessible online. more

Stuart Parkin explains his scientific research on the Open Access Video platform "Latest Thinking". more

Die Festplattentechnik kommt an ihre Grenzen. Das Racetrack-Konzept soll die Datendichte enorm erhöhen. Es kommt sogar ohne bewegliche Teile aus. more

Conventional computing technologies are innately two-dimensional - now dramatic improvements in these technologies have been achieved. more

British physicist Stuart Parkin believes he could hugely increase data-storage capacity using a new technique called ‘racetrack memory’ more

Tschüss IBM, hallo Halle

September 23, 2014

Der Festkörperphysiker Stuart Parkin geht aus Stanford in den USA an die Universität Halle/Wittenberg und das Max-Planck-Institut für Mikrostrukturphysik in Halle. more

Der Physiker erhält die Auszeichnung, die mit einer Million Euro dotiert ist und als Nobelpreis für technische Innovationen gilt, für die Entwicklung von Speichermedien. more

Our ability to stream music and videos from the Internet today we owe not least the physicist Stuart Parkin. more

Professor Stuart Parkin, Preisträger der Alexander von Humboldt-Professur und Spitzenforscher im Bereich der Speichertechnologie, wechselt im April nach Halle. more

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