JPhysD has recently published a special issue in the rapidly growing field of aluminium plasmonics. Guest Editors Davy Gérard and Stephen K Gray hope the two reviews and seven original research papers in this issue will give the reader an interesting… Read More ›
March saw the two-day conference Magnetism 2015, organised by the Institute of Physics (IOP) and held at The University of Leeds, attended by almost 250 members of the magnetism community. JPhysD‘s Jennifer recaps some of the research presented.
Graphene researchers Walt de Heer and Claire Berger and their colleagues at the joint Georgia Tech-CNRS Lab and CNRS-Institute Néel have demonstrated an original method for depositing epitaxial graphene on SiC using a silicon nitride mask. The mask decomposes and… Read More ›
If you own a digital camera or laptop computer, you probably rely on a complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) device or two. CMOS devices are favorable since they are far cheaper to manufacture and consume a fraction of the power when compared with their main… Read More ›