Direkt zum Seiteninhalt springen

Recent Highlights

  • A position paper by over 100 authors, now published in the journal Imaging Neuroscience, summarizes the development of digital neuroscience, the current status and further goals in the new research…

  • From June 3rd to 6th, international researchers and those interested in computing neurosciences and artificial intelligence will convene at the International Conference on Neuromorphic Computing and…

  • The travelling salesman problem is considered a prime example of a combinatorial optimisation problem. Now a Berlin team led by theoretical physicist Prof. Dr. Jens Eisert of Freie Universität Berlin…

  • EBRAINS Germany, the German National Node of the EBRAINS digital research infrastructure for neuroscience, has been formally established with the signing of a cooperation agreement between the…

  • One significant challenge in constructing a quantum computer is its scalability, meaning the ability to interconnect millions of qubits. Unlike semiconductor chips in classical computers, quantum…

  • Hafnium oxide thin films are a fascinating class of materials with robust ferroelectric properties in the nanometre range. While their ferroelectric behaviour is extensively studied, results on…