Scientists at ICN2 Describe Theoretically New Interactions That Occur in Low-Dimensional Materials [08-07-2024]
Researchers from the Theoretical and Computational Nanoscience Group at ICN2, led by ICREA Prof. Stephan Roche, have theoretically described new types of interactions that occur in so-called Dirac materials (such as graphene and other two-dimensional materials), aiming towards the development of magnetic memories technology. This research is related to the European Research Council (ERC) grant awarded to Dr José H. García, Senior Researcher in the group.
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