2D materials for 2D electronics and negative thermal expansion are explained by JPCM author’s in this month’s LabTalks.
Emilio Artacho answers our questions on his research, his experiences in physics and what he believes to be the greatest problem facing humanity.
In this Publisher’s Pick article, Paul Bressloff and Sean Lawley discuss their latest work in JPhysA, which uses the theory of stochastic hybrid systems to analyse a piecewise deterministic dynamical system and establish a deep connection with the Brownian motion of individual particles.
The response of graphene to applied forces can strongly influence its properties and applicability in novel device physics. Crumpled graphene, created by applying a compressive stress, has great potential for gas storage, electronics and super-capacitors. Thus, studying how graphene responds to, and recovers from, stress and strain… Read More ›
Find out why theoretical modelling is vital in creating better materials for renewable energy.
Christopher Ferrie and Richard Kueng get a chuckle for naming their preprint Have you been using the wrong estimator? These guys bound average fidelity using this one weird trick von Neumann didn’t want you to know. Sadly, the paper doesn’t contain 31 gifs of quantum states that prove you were a 90s kid.
9000 physicists and some of the IOP Publishing team have descended on San Antonio, Texas for the APS March meeting. Find out what I’ve been up to since it started yesterday.
Find out all about JPCM’s recently launched new section: computational and experimental methods.
Some people think that science is all equations and hard work. A lot of it is (!) but along with that comes great beauty, and every single week we’re going to prove it.