In the paper “Integrated gallium phosphide nonlinear photonics”, recently published in the peer-reviewed journal Nature Photonics, we report on the development of high-performance photonic devices made of the crystalline semiconductor gallium phosphide. This work represents a breakthrough in the manipulation of light with semiconductor materials integrated on a chip. It opens the door to a […]
Ever since the discovery of Spectre and Meltdown at the beginning of 2018, my team at IBM Research – Zurich and I have been focusing very closely on the study of transient execution attacks. Beginning that journey, we quickly realized that in order to study transient execution attacks, we first needed to observe and understand […]
IBM researchers are extending IBM RXN for Chemistry, a cloud-based app that takes the idea of relating organic chemistry to a language, by training the model to determine the chemicals needed to create a target molecule.
In a new paper published in Nature Electronics, IBM researchers demonstrate the smallest ever built DRAM memory cell, fifty years after its invention. The new DRAM cells feature potentially low power consumption and an unprecedented small footprint. They could be therefore particularly appealing for implementation in mobile devices or as cache memory.
Ten months ago we assembled a team from IBM Research in Switzerland and IBM tape developers based in Tucson, Arizona, to try to build something which has never been built before to address a risk that may not materialize for another decade or more. As you can tell, we love a good challenge.
At the 18th European Conference on Computational Biology and the 27th Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology, IBM will present significant, novel research that led to the implementation of three machine learning solutions aimed at accelerating and guiding cancer research.
Using microfluidic probe, IBM scientists perform microscale IHC on tissue sections with a gradient of incubation times for the primary antibody.
The Earth Mover’s Distance is a highly discriminative metric for measuring distance between probability distributions that has been applied successfully in various fields.
IBM researchers, along with collaborators at the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela and ExxonMobil, reported in the peer-review journal Science that they have been able to resolve with unprecedented resolution the structural changes of individual molecules upon charging.
For the rapid and mobile fingerprinting of beverages and other liquids less fit for ingestion, our team at IBM Research is currently developing Hypertaste, an electronic, AI-assisted tongue that draws inspiration from the way humans taste things.