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Scientists have a lot to share. Many exciting stories to tell. On being a physicist. How do they perceive their world. Why are they doing what they are doing. Moments of satisfaction. Fulfillment. Frustration. Challenges. And of course, many science-related discussions. Thoughts on methodology. Theoretical debates. Opinions on where quantum science is heading.

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On being a cook and a detective in the lab

On being a cook and a detective in the lab

The Topological Matter Laboratory Cologne When people hear the term “quantum computer”, the pictures which come to mind first are probably the golden chandelier-like inside of a dilution refrigerator with all its cables and tubes or a photo of an actual computer chip....

Fabrication map Forschungszentrum Jülich

Fabrication map Forschungszentrum Jülich

Building on the added value of having a multi-site cluster, the idea of creating a hub for available infrastructure within our ML4Q framework emerged and a first fabrication map for the Aachen site was posted last November. Here, we present an overview of fabrication...

Physics in the time of COVID-19

Physics in the time of COVID-19

It was inevitable... ... the scent of acetone always reminded Dr. Christian Dickel of the frustrations of nanofabrication. How does Covid-19 and the measures to mitigate the pandemic influence the life of physicists? Let’s start from what “normal” people think...

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