Ing. Christelle Kadlec, Dr.
Laboratory / Scientific group
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kadlecch [at] fzu.cz
Opportunities for ultrahigh speed and density information processing open up with the discovery of nanoscale atomic whirls induced by electric field stimuli. Scientists from the Institute of Physics contributed to a study uncovering how polarization whirls react to THz pulses on the nanometre scale, which was published in the April 15th issue of
Researchers from FZU in collaboration with American and German colleagues succeeded in developing new material for a mobile network of the 5th generation.
For the first time, scientists noted the success in proving that, at low temperatures, the localizes water molecules tend to align, exhibiting so-called incipient ferroelectricity.