Phase Change Materials

Universal memory has a viable candidate

Phase change materials were first considered for storing data more than 30 years ago, where the two metastable states or phases of these materials are used to store data in the form of millions of lines of binary code made of up billions of 0s and 1s. The concept eventually reached the consumer market, and […]

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IBM and RWTH Aachen University Collaborate on Phase Change Materials with Support from European Commission

  Kaes and Krebs working in the Binnig and Rohrer Nanotech Center at IBM Research (left to right) Several years ago the European Commission created the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA). It set aside €6.16 billion to last through 2020 to support the research training and career development of 25,000 European researchers – whether they are […]

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