How can this be studied through the nonlinear magnetization dynamics of coupled ferromagnetic nanowires?
Image of the Week: When Hopfians Collide
This weeks image comes from a study of the Collision of two Hopfians from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid, Spain. In their recent Journal of Physics A paper, M Arrayás and J L Trueba consider the collision properties for two… Read More ›
Image of the Week: 3D vortices in BECs
Image of the week 05/09/16
Image of the Week: stars and trajectories
This week’s Image of the Week comes from a recent JPhysA paper, Dynamics of trapped interacting vortices in Bose–Einstein condensates: a role of breathing degree of freedom. Researchers from National University of Uzbekistan, Osaka City University, Turin Polytechnic University in… Read More ›
Image of the Week: Iso-surfaces representing atom cloud above a mesoscopic disk array
This week’s image is of the iso-surfaces (at |B| = 0.003) for a trap lattice above the central part of a 10 x 10 array of mesoscopic disks from Vladimir Sokolovsky and Leonid Prigozhin 2016 J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 49 165006. Lattice structures… Read More ›
Jonathan Tennyson – molecules on other planets
Analysing the atmospheres of exoplanets needs knowledge of the molecules they are made up of. University College London’s Professor Jonathan Tennyson is working on the ExoMol project to do just that. We talk to him about his work.
DAMOP 2015, my post conference report
DAMOP 2015 has drawn to a close, and I have been reflecting on what has made this conference once again so special and enjoyable to attend. DAMOP is remarkable on many levels, but first and foremost, it has a very… Read More ›