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  • Modeling Thermal Management Systems for Electronics October 3, 2022
    The ability to dissipate heat is one of the most important features of modern electronic devices and is usually a limiting factor in the miniaturization of these devices. COMSOL Multiphysics includes functionality for heat transfer through conduction, convection, and radiation. Its ability to treat conjugate heat transfer, including laminar and turbulent flow as well as […]
    COMSOL
  • Entangled Photons Can Come Out in Webs Now September 30, 2022
    The equipment that generates quantum entanglement is often bulky and produces entangled photons only one pair at a time. Now scientists have created a device roughly one-third as thick as a penny that can yield complex webs of entangled photons—not just in pairs but several pairs all linked together. The invention may not only greatly […]
    Charles Q. Choi
  • Machine Learning Will Tackle Quantum Problems, Too September 28, 2022
    Quantum computers may prove far more powerful than any conventional supercomputer when it comes to performing the kinds of complex physics and chemistry simulations that could lead to next-generation batteries or new drugs. However, it may take many years before practical and widespread quantum computing becomes reality.Now a new study finds that machine learning, which […]
    Charles Q. Choi
  • Meet the Open Source PC That Fits in Your Pocket September 27, 2022
    Open source computing is coming to your pocket.MNT Research, creator of the Reform open source laptop and ZZ9000 add-in board for Amiga computers, is going small for its next project. The MNT Pocket Reform has a 7-inch screen with a clamshell design that, when closed, will be less than 5 centimeters thick. If its perky […]
    Matthew S. Smith
  • Posits, a New Kind of Number, Improves the Math of AI September 25, 2022
    Training the large neural networks behind many modern AI tools requires real computational might: For example, OpenAI’s most advanced language model, GPT-3, required an astounding million billion billions of operations to train, and cost about US $5 million in compute time. Engineers think they have figured out a way to ease the burden by using […]
    Dina- Genkina
  • Modeling Thermal Management Systems for Electronics October 3, 2022
    The ability to dissipate heat is one of the most important features of modern electronic devices and is usually a limiting factor in the miniaturization of these devices. COMSOL Multiphysics includes functionality for heat transfer through conduction, convection, and radiation. Its ability to treat conjugate heat transfer, including laminar and turbulent flow as well as […]
    COMSOL
  • Disentangling the Facts From the Hype of Quantum Computing September 19, 2022
    This is a guest post in recognition of IEEE Quantum Week 2022. The views expressed here are solely those of the author and do not represent positions of IEEE Spectrum or the IEEE.Few fields invite as much unbridled hype as quantum computing. Most people’s understanding of quantum physics extends to the fact that it is […]
    James S. Clarke
  • Exploring the Value of Power Modules September 14, 2022
    In this training series, we will discuss the high level of integration of DC/DC power modules and the significant implications that this has on power supply design. Watch this free webinar now!In addition to high power density and small solution size, modules can also simplify EMI mitigation and reduce power supply design time. And thanks […]
    Texas Instruments
  • Domain-Wall Discovery Points Toward Self-Healing Circuits September 10, 2022
    Atomically thin materials such as graphene have drawn attention for how electrons can race in them at exceptionally quick speeds, leading to visions of advanced new electronics. Now scientists find that similar behavior can exist within two-dimensional sheets, known as domain walls, that are embedded within unusual crystalline materials. Moreover, unlike other atomically thin sheets, […]
    Charles Q. Choi
  • Introduction to Peer-to-Peer Streaming and GPU Processing in Data Acquisition Systems September 7, 2022
    Real-time digital signal processing is a vital part of many of today's data acquisition systems, and affordable graphics processing units (GPUs) offer a great complement to onboard field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs).Join Teledyne SP Devices for an introductory webinar about the basics and benefits of peer-to-peer streaming and GPU post-processing in data acquisition systems.Register now for […]
    Teledyne
  • Space to boost secure sustainable energy supplies October 5, 2022
    Space applications, technologies and data are ready to accelerate the green transformation of the energy industry.
  • Wanted: firms to connect and guide Moon missions October 3, 2022
    Are you ready to join ESA’s initiative to support European space companies to create a constellation of lunar satellites that connect and guide missions to the Moon?
  • Quantum encryption to boost European autonomy September 22, 2022
    Cyberattacks and geopolitics threaten today’s increasingly digital world, leading to the disruption of essential supplies such as power and water. ESA, the European Commission and space companies in Europe are teaming up to work towards a highly secure, satellite-enabled connectivity system for the EU – based on the unbreakable laws of physics.
  • First Eurostar Neo satellite ready to ship September 13, 2022
    The first satellite to be built under ESA’s Eurostar Neo programme stands ready to be shipped to its launch site.
  • How space helps connect everyone everywhere September 8, 2022
    Staying in touch with each another always, no matter whereabouts on Earth, is crucial for everything from driverless cars to remote healthcare, electronically enabled commerce, tele-education and remote working.
  • Entangled Photons Can Come Out in Webs Now September 30, 2022
    The equipment that generates quantum entanglement is often bulky and produces entangled photons only one pair at a time. Now scientists have created a device roughly one-third as thick as a penny that can yield complex webs of entangled photons—not just in pairs but several pairs all linked together. The invention may not only greatly […]
    Charles Q. Choi
  • Strange Topological Physics Could Help Enable 6G Tech September 26, 2022
    The next generation of wireless communications, 6G, will likely rely on terahertz rays to help reach unprecedented speeds. Now research suggests that unusual topological physics may help control terahertz radiation on chips for 6G applications.Terahertz waves (also called submillimeter radiation or far-infrared light) fall between optical waves and microwaves on the electromagnetic spectrum. Ranging in […]
    Charles Q. Choi
  • Government’s Role in Further Developing 5G Technologies and Future Networks September 26, 2022
    Similar to 5G, many key technology developments have been supported by government funding and institutions for years. Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDC) and University Affiliated Research Centers (UARC) have been foundational elements of this government support. This webinar will examine the impact this research has had on national security and the overall economy. […]
    Anritsu
  • Full-Wave EM Simulations: Electrically Large Antenna Placement and RCS Scenarios September 23, 2022
    Handling various complex simulation scenarios with a single simulation method is a rather challenging task for any software suite. We will show you how our software, based on Method-of-Moments, can analyze several scenarios including complicated and electrically large models (for instance, antenna placement and RCS) using desktop workstations.Download this free whitepaper now!
    WIPL-D
  • Automated Cloud Driven Scheduling and Optimization of 5G Phased Antenna Arrays September 13, 2022
    Nokia and Ansys Presents: Automated Cloud Driven Scheduling and Optimization of 5G Phased Antenna Arrays. Register now for this free webinar! 5G massive MIMO radio applications require more complex antenna systems. The phased antenna array design workflow for such systems is typically both comprehensive and complex, which many times requires a combined effort from different […]
    Ansys