23 | 04 | 2014
Aus zwei mach drei: Eine Zweipolmessung liefert Dreipoldaten
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Drs. Hao Zheng und A. Weismann sowie Prof. R. Berndt stellen in einer aktuellen Publikation (Nature Communications 5, 2992 (2014), DOI:10.1038/ncomms3992) einen neuen Ansatz zur Untersuchung des Elektronentransports durch Nanostrukturen vor. Üblicherweise erfordern solche Messungen - z. B. an Einelektronentransistoren - drei Elektroden. 
Vortrag “Intriguing phases and phase transitions in Bi-based ABO3-type multiferroics”
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am 06.01.2014 hält Herr Prof. Dr. Jens Kreisel, Scientific Director, Depart. Science & Analysis of Materials Centre de Recherche Public Gabriel Lippmann, Luxembourg,
einen Vortrag mit dem Titel: “Intriguing phases and phase transitions in Bi-based ABO3-type multiferroics”.

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Magnetoelectric Composites - Future Biomagnetic Interfaces

The long-term goal of this collaborative research center is the development of a innovative uncooled, unshielded biomagnetic interface, mainly for medical purposes, wich should record brain- and heart functions by their magnetic fields. Such biomagnetic interfaces enable medical applications like magnetoencephalography (MEG) and magnetocardiography (MCG) that won't be possible with todays sensors. Furthermore new, visionary applications like brain controlled prothesises, optimised learning or novel body monitoring functions will appear. In the future such biomagnetic interface could be part of a "brain-machine-interface" and would in comparison to common concepts on basis of electroencephalography (EEG) not require head mounted electrodes and will thereby broaden the application possibilities and acceptance.

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