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Group members join Fall MRS 2022 conference in Boston

3 December 2022

A good time was had by several group members at Fall MRS 2022 in Boston, including (from left to right in the picture) Max, Moritz, Matt, Thomas and Judith. Very interesting presentations were held by the researchers and strong connections made.

Visit of Stuart Parkin to the group

21 November 2022

We welcomed Stuart Parkin to the group for a talk, and for ongoing collaboration discussions.

Final CAM-IES dinner

16 November 2022

The Final CAM-IES Science meeting and dinner was held at the Maxwell Centre, followed by a dinner at Trinity College.

Judith and Dr Kinam Kim, CEO of Samsung Electronics

8 November 2022

Judith was very happy to meet with Dr Kinam Kim, CEO of Samsung Electronics and his wife. We had an interesting discussion about future Memory technologies.

Muireann visit to UAB with BeMAGIC

2 November 2022

A massive thank you to Prof. Jordi Sort at Autonomous at University of Barcelona (UAB) for hosting PhD student Muireann de h-Óra this past month. Muireann visited UAB on a secondment as part of the BeMAGIC International Training Network to work on both magnetoionic testing of CoFe2O4 thin films and the fabrication of...

DMG celebrates #NationalEngineeringDay!

2 November 2022

Engineering is tackling the greatest challenge of our age - moving the world closer to Net Zero. At University of Cambridge, we develop memristive switches that can decrease energy consumption in IT up to 80%! We asked our lab what they like most about engineering: "I like figuring out how to make things. There's a...

Markus speaks at Cambridge Zero Symposium about ICT challenges for climate change

28 October 2022

homepage.png Markus gave a talk on the effects of Information and Communications Technology on climate change at the Cambridge Zero symposium on 28 October. Reflective discussions ensued and a follow-up talk is planned for early February 2023. "The combined power consumption of data centres around the world is equivalent...

Congratulations to Dr Bakhit for the CAPE Acorn Blue Sky Award 2022

26 October 2022

Dr Babak Bakhit has received the CAPE Acorn Blue Sky Award 2022. Babak is awarded for his project “ An iontronic-based revolutionary architecture in advanced transparent oxide thin films for memory technology” . The award gives Cambridge´s early career researchers an opportunity to undertake pilot studies in new research...