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Condensed Matter Physics

Majorana
12.09.2012

A particle that is its own antiparticle, first proposed in 1937, has made an appearance in a Weizmann lab

Prof. Eli Zeldov. Pinning down superconductivity
01.10.2009
Scientists probe the...
(l-r) Dr. Roee Ozeri, Prof. Adi Stern and Prof. Moty Heiblum. Pushing quantum limits
01.05.2009
Can the strange properties of quantum physics be harnessed to build computers?
An artist’s impression of the quantum Hall device in which even fractional charges were measured
01.11.2008
A new fractionally-charged electron could, in the future, lead to quantum computers
(l-r) Prof. Dan Shahar and Maoz Ovadia. An exact opposite
01.10.2008
Superconductors now have an opposite twin: superinsulators
Weizmann Institute Scientists Find New 'Quasiparticles'
02.06.2008

Weizmann Institute physicists have demonstrated, for the first time, the existence of 'quasiparticles...

Dr. Ehud Altman. Quantum wiggles
01.05.2008
Wiggles in quantum matter might be the footprints of fluctuations
 
Opposites Interfere
26.07.2007
In a classic physics experiment, photons (light particles), electrons, or any other quantum particles are...
Prof. Amir Yacoby and Ph.D. students Merav Dolev and Sandra Foletti. Quantum states
01.05.2006

A new approach may bring quantum computers one step closer

Dr. Vladimir Umansky, Prof. Moty Heiblum, Dr. Yungchul Chung, and Dr. Diana Mahalu. Negotiating skills
01.10.2002

What hidden logic allows nature to bend its own rules?

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