In their recent paper in Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical researchers from China and South Korea investigate a Separability criterion for three-qubit states with a four dimensional norm. Kyung Hoon Han spoke to JPhys+ to explain more about their… Read More ›
Can we produce optically enough millimeter-wave radiation to accelerate electrons on a table-top? We hear from Dr Giovanni Cirmi.
It is a common observation that the resistance of a conducting film on a flexible substrate increases when subjected to strain, albeit with a few exceptions (such as a variant of conducting polymer PEDOT: PSS, where the reverse is observed)…. Read More ›
A new method to generate complex light beams from integrated-optics circuits is theoretically investigated in a new paper by Andrea Crespi and Francesca Bragheri
Photoionization of many-electron atoms is of prime importance in controlled nuclear fusion.
A look back over the research highlights of 2015 so far. JPhysA insights offer an opportunity for researchers to get a flavour of work published across the journal that may be outside their areas of expertise.
Mysterious forces, cooking majoranas and a systematic approach to predicting the piezoelectric properties of materials all feature in JPCM LabTalks. Come find out more.
I round up the LabTalks we published last month.
Superconducting topological insulators, efficient solar cells and transcription factors acting like buoys. JPCM’s authors explain all in March’s LabTalks.
Find out about the Yangbajing Air shower Core detector array (YAC), how the ‘neck’ region isn’t just on your shoulders, and what is a K coordinate? JPhysG authors explain what their latest work is about.