Squeezing Dynamics In A Nanowire System
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Shohini Ghose is a multi-award winning Professor of Astrophysics at Wilfrid Laurier University. She is the Vice President-elect of the Canadian Association of Physicists. She was a 2014 TED Fellow and is a 2018 TED Senior Fellow.


Squeezing Dynamics In A Nanowire System

Nanowires provide novel mechanisms for scaling down semiconductor electronics . Semiconducting nanowires have electronically switchable characteristics suitable for simple readout that is appropriate for sensing. Since photoelectric signals from nanosensors can be immediately combined and routed to the external world, they can efficiently be coupled into miniaturized systems . Recently, the physical characteristics of quantum wires employing semiconductor materials have been investigated due to their potential for realizing quantum computing devices . The spin and the orbital motion of the...

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