An MIT team incorporates AI to facilitate the detection of an intriguing materials phenomenon that can lead to electronics without energy dissipation.
New research provides insights into how quantum mechanics can control ultracold chemistry.
Doctoral candidate Nina Andrejević combines spectroscopy and machine learning techniques to identify novel and valuable properties in matter.
New work on superconducting kagome metal will aid design of other unusual quantum materials, with many potential applications.
The new observations record a key crossover from classical to quantum behavior.
The results open possibilities for studying gravity’s effects on relatively large objects in quantum states.
The design, which uses entangled atoms, could help scientists detect dark matter and study gravity’s effect on time.
In a new realm of materials, PhD student Thanh Nguyen uses neutrons to hunt for exotic properties that could power real-world applications.
Physicist and Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar is examining the optical properties of semimetals to understand how light interacts with quantum materials.
Exotic states called Kohn anomalies could offer clues to why some materials have the electronic properties they do.