Electron vortices in graphene detected

Researchers at ETH Zurich in Switzerland have detected electron vortices in graphene for the first time using a high-resolution magnetic field sensor, revealing new insights into electron behaviour.

Long live the graphene valley state

From ETH Zurich 21/01/24 In quantum computing, the question as to what physical system, and which degrees of freedom within that system, may be used to encode quantum bits of information – qubits, in short – is at the heart of many research projects carried out in physics and engineering laboratories. Superconducting qubits, spin qubits, […]

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