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Researchers associated with the ExaAM project, a part of the Exascale Computing Project, developed ExaCA, a cellular automata (CA)-based model for grain-scale alloy solidification capable of simulation on both CPU and GPU architectures.
Neutron scattering reveals easy and complete switching between planar and axial spins upon doping with Li in antiferromagnetic MnTe. Easy control of the spin orientation is a crucial step towards increasing functionalities and developing easy swit
Researchers from ORNL, Stanford University, and Purdue University developed and demonstrated a novel, fully functional quantum local area network (QLAN).
Inelastic neutron scattering measurements reveal interacting modes with unprecedented clarity in a quantum magnet.1 This work demonstrates how inelastic neutron scattering, in conjunction with new theoretical developments, can reveal important mode
A new platform is theoretically proposed to create Majorana bound states (MBSs) based on a planar Josephson junction (JJ) coupled with a spontaneously formed crystal of magnetic skyrmions forming a triangular lattice.
The combination of nontrivial band topology and symmetry-breaking phases gives rise to novel quantum states and phenomena such as topological superconductivity, quantum anomalous Hall effect