AMO is co-organizing an exciting workshop together with the University of Bristol, within the framework of the ZeroAMP project. The workshop will take place on June 30, 2022, at Clifton Hill House in Bristol, and it will showcase the novel technology developed within the ZeroAMP project, as well as insightful talks by external speakers.
The latest issue of AMO’s magazine nanovate! has just been published.
Check out the latest on:
– AMO’s activities on perovskites for integrated photonics
– an introduction to the project NEUROTEC on Neuromorphic Computing coordinated by Rainer Waser, with FZ Jülich, RWTH Aachen University, Aixtron, AMOTRONICS, and others
– a sentimental goodbye to our (dismantled) wind turbine and what we will do to mitigate our sustainability
….and much more
Enjoy the reading!
In a compact comment published in Nature Communications, Max Lemme and colleagues outline the most promising fields of applications of two-dimensional (2D) materials, as well as the challenges that still need to be solved to see the appearance of high-tech products enabled by 2D-materials. [read more »]
On February 2022, AMO GmbH and the 2D-Experimental Pilot Line have launched a call for their first multi-project wafer run. Developers of graphene-based sensors now have a unique chance to test their device concept on a large scale at moderate cost. [read more »]
RWTH Aachen University, Forschungszentrum Jülich and AMO GmbH are joining forces with numerous companies and start-ups in the region to lay the technological basis for future European AI-hardware. [read more »]
AMO GmbH is one of the partners of the project “ATIQ -Quantum Computers with Stored Ions for Applications”, a major initiative funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) with the goal of developing a first generation of reliable, user-friendly and 24/7 available quantum-computer demonstrators based on ion trap technology. [read more »]
Have a look inside AMO GmbH – where tiny nanostructures become big innovations.
AMO GmbH is partner of the newly started training programme for young researchers PERSEPHONe (PERovskite SEmiconductors for PHOtoNics). Funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Programme with a budget of 3.75 million Euros, PERSEPHONe has the double aim of developing the technological basis of a novel photonic platform based on metal-halide perovskite semiconductors and, simultaneously, of training a new generation of researchers with top-notch skills in the field. [read more »]