Two key materials for 20th and 21st century information technologies: Hybrids of semiconductors and superconductors

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Charlie Marcus, Professor of Materials Science & Engineering and PhysicsMonday, Oct. 23 at 3:30 p.m. in room 220 of Guggenheim Hall Abstract:Technological and cultural epochs are often named for the materials advances that precipitated them (iron, bronze). By that custom, the information age could well be called the silicon age (Why silicon?). What material will […]