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Bottoms Up: Arranging Nanoscale Particles On A Silicon Chip (Or Other Materials) Without Damage


A new research paper titled "Nanoparticle contact printing with interfacial engineering for deterministic integration into functional structures" was just published by researchers at MIT. “This approach allows you, through engineering of forces, to place the nanoparticles, despite their very small size, in deterministic arrangements with single-particle resolution and on diverse surfaces, ... » read more

Silicon CMOS Architecture For A Spin-based Quantum Computer


Source: UNSW Sydney Authors: M. Veldhorst (1,2),  H.G.J. Eenink (2,3) , C.H. Yang (2), and A.S. Dzurak (2) 1 Qutech, TU Delft, The Netherlands 2 Centre for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology, School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications,UNSW, Sydney, Australia 3 NanoElectronics Group, MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology,University of Twente, The Netherlands Te... » read more