In a study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers indicate that due to the piezoelectric character of SiC, they obtain spatial 3D maps of surface acoustic wave modes in a mechanical resonator.
In a study published in Nature Communications, researchers develop a comprehensive model of the defects and optical processes involved, offering a strong basis to improve material design and to develop quantum applications in SiC.
In a study published in Advanced Electronic Materials, researchers developed work in the quantitative relationship between the surface and bulk electronic structures provides guide for precise engineering of the oxygen‐vacancy‐induced 2DEG in SrTiO3.
In a study published in Nano Letters, researchers experimentally show that excitations or defects carrying magnetic charge in artificial spin ices introduce a topological defect in incident coherent electron waves.
In a study published in Physical Review X, researchers found that in clean superconductors under strong magnetic field, quantum effects can generate a nonuniform state, in which strength of superconductivity is periodically modulated.