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Electron quantum coherence goes macroscopic

Electrons are primarily at the origin of quantum phenomena such as interference and nonlocality, but for future quantum-information applications, these effects need to manifest over larger distances. To achieve this goal, researchers would like to increase the electron coherence length…
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16 mai 2019
lab snippets

Minimally invasive archaeology with wedge cameras

Acquiring images of archaeological artifacts is essential for studying and preserving cultural heritage. In tight environments, however, traditional acquisition techniques may fail or be too invasive. Researchers from INRIA Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest, the Laboratoire Photonique, Numérique et Nanosciences and the University of…
lab snippets
16 mai 2019
lab snippets

New light on dark excitons

Lead halide perovskites are a new class of materials that might find use in a number of optoelectronics applications, including solar cells, lighting and displays. Their optical properties of these nanocrystalline materials are similar in some ways to those of chalcogenide…
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14 mai 2019