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Google's new head of search is an AI research leader http://engt.co/209Mq9x
Machine learning is now at the core of the company's business.
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[Nicolas Berger] submits his six degree of freedom mouse project. He hopes to do things like control a robot arm or fly an alien mothership. We thought the construction was really neat; suspending a wooden ball in the middle of three retractable key…
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#microsoft underwater data-centers make me feel perplex...
When your laptop or your smartphone gets hot, you know it's crunching a lot of data. So you can imagine the amount of heat generated by the racks upon racks of servers that store and process the...
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We’ve seen rumors floating around the Twittersphere about a new integrated microprocessor and WiFi SOC: the NL6621 from Nufront. Details are still scarce, but that doesn’t seem to be because the chip is vaporware: you could buy modules on Taobao.com and…
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The ESP8266 is finding its way into all sorts of projects these days. It’s a capable little device, to be sure, but we’d have to say that finding it running a quadruped robot that can hop and run was a little unexpected. And to have it show up in such an…
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Photogrammetry is a real word, and [shapespeare] built himself a nice setup to take high-res 3d scans using it. A good set of images for photogrammetry are: in sharp focus, well lit, precisely indexed, and have a uniform background. The background was…
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Revolutionary new electronic devices require new and novel material systems. Scientists from PNNL and the University of Minnesota showed that combining two oxide materials in one particular orientation gives rise to a densely packed sheet of highly mobile electrons. The density of these electrons – the highest ever observed at the junction of two materials – may well help create a new class of electronic devices. Learn more at http://goo.gl/6DBrPh.

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By depositing alternating, ultra-thin layers of NdTiO3 and SrTiO3 on a crystalline surface, and investigating their properties experimentally and theoretically, the researchers demonstrated that a very high density of mobile electrons can be generated and confined within the SrTiO3 layers. The mobile electrons jump from the NdTiO3 layers, where they cannot easily move, into the SrTiO3 layers, where they are free to move.

Why do the electrons jump? A certain number must jump from NdTiO3 into SrTiO3 to stabilize the combined material system. The charges that stabilize the neodymium (Nd) and titanium (Ti) ions in NdTiO3 cannot be reached without electron rearrangement, and part of this rearrangement involves some electrons jumping across the junction into the adjacent SrTiO3 layers. However, when the NdTiO3 layer reaches a certain thickness, it becomes energetically favorable for additional loosely bound electrons in the NdTiO3 layer to spill over into the adjacent SrTiO3 layer, like water running over a waterfall. Once this happens, the SrTiO3 layers become conducting channels with a high density of mobile electrons.

Why is this important? New kinds of electronic devices that exhibit novel functionalities are constantly being sought after to expand our technology base. One such device, which cannot be fabricated with existing electronic materials, is a high-frequency plasmonic field effect transistor. This device can turn a larger electronic signal on and off very fast, something not achievable with traditional semiconductor materials, such as silicon. The interface between NdTiO3 and SrTiO3 constitutes such a pathway, even though neither oxide conducts electricity as a pure material.

What's Next? This work is part of ongoing research into the electronic, magnetic, and optical properties of doped metals at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

Work at the University of Minnesota was supported primarily by the National Science Foundation through the Materials Research Science and Engineering Center under awards DMR-0819885 and DMR-1420013. The band offset work at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory was supported by the Department of Energy, Office of Science, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, Division of Materials Sciences and Engineering. The computational modeling at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory was supported by the PNNL Laboratory Directed Research and Development (LDRD) program.
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Google is working in secret at a spaceport in New Mexico to build and test solar-powered internet drones in a new initiative codenamed Project SkyBender, according to a report from The Guardian t...
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  • ITCS Erasmo da Rotterdam
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rulez was made to be broken...
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Hi i'm dynamic lazy man :) i like walk and trip around the world. My favorite drinks : beer and moijto.
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Software Engineer / Developer
Skills
java, c, linux, sarcasm and a funny one
Employment
  • Marchnetworks
    Software Engineer & Developer, 2015 - present
  • Sourcesense
    Software Engineer & Developer, 2013 - 2015
  • Reply Spa
    Software Engineer & Developer, 2013
  • Vodafone Group Gmbh
    Consultant, 2013
  • STMicroelectronics
    Researcher, 2006 - 2007
  • Quantum Electronics
    Developer, 2007 - 2007
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