Unidirectional superconductor: considered impossible, it could revolutionize the whole electronics

Unidirectional superconductor considered impossible it could revolutionize the whole electronics

Associate Professor Mazhar Ali, along with his research team at TU Delft, has established there unidirectional superconductivity without magnetic fieldsconsidered impossible since 1911 when Kamerlingh Onnes discovered superconduction. The discovery, published in Natureis based on two-dimensional quantum materials and lays the foundations for computation using superconductors, potentially capable of constituting electronics hundreds of times … Read more