Discovery of skyrmions in an electrical non-conductor promises a new lossless magneto-electronics. [mehr]

Neue physikalische Effekte könnten den Energieverbrauch von Computern drastisch reduzieren: [mehr]

Using small angle neutron scattering at the instrument MIRA at the FRM II and V4 at the Helmholtz Centre Berlin, Tim Adams of the TU München physics department has delivered the missing microscopic evidence for the topological characteristics of a long reaching skyrmion lattice. ... [mehr]

Prof. Dr. Christian Pfleiderer receives a European grant for the research on stable magnetic vortices using neutrons. [mehr]

Faster, smaller and more energy efficient – that is what tomorrow’s computers should look like. This means that data needs to be written and processed faster. Physicists at the Technische Universität München (TUM) and the Universität zu Köln are now a great deal closer to that... [mehr]

TU München erfolgreich im Rennen um Forschungsmittel [mehr]

Skyrmion Lattice in a chiral Magnet [mehr]