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Job offer at University of Milan

A fully funded PhD position and a post doctoral position are offered at the Physics Department of the University of Milan (Italy), in the field of first-principle investigation of hybrid organic/antiferromagnetic interfaces.
The two positions are offered in the context of the EU-funded FET project "SINFONIA" aiming to the development of perspective spintronics devices, where the coupling of magnetic perturbations and optical stimuli at hybrid interfaces are addressed at the experimental and theoretical level.
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European School on Molecular Nanoscience

The fourteenth European School on Molecular Nanoscience (ESMolNa2021) will take place in Benidorm (Alicante, Spain) from 23rd to 28th May 2021. Jointly, the 8th Workshop on 2D Materials (W2DM2021) will take place on May 27th and 28th 2021, having the first day a joint program with ESMolNa2021.
For further information can be found at ESMolNa webpage

SINFONIA kick-off meeting

On April 22-23 2020, SINFONIA partners met online to officially kick-off the new research and innovation project, funded by the FET Open scheme of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme.

EU Funds Two International Physics Projects

The working group led by experimental physicist Professor Mirko Cinchetti from TU Dort­mund Uni­ver­sity is to receive EU funding of almost a million euros for re­search into new technologies that could in fu­ture revolutionize computer processors and data storage media.

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SINFONIA project has started

The interdisciplinary research project SINFONIA (Selectively activated INFOrmation technology by hybrid Organic Interfaces) has started on 1st April. Its goal is the development of a technology that allows the storage and transport of information at the nanoscale and at operating frequencies in the THz (terahertz) regime.

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