The European FET-OPEN COSMICS project, of which the MPQ laboratory (resp. Amandine Bellec) is one of the 6 partners, has developed a short movie presenting molecular spintronics and the challenges of the project.

The project is based on a collaboration between different groups of chemists, experimental physicists and theorists. The primary objective is the development of novel state-of-the-art, easy-to-use models to calculate and predict the properties of materials and devices, in particular for molecular spintronics.

COSMICS: Making molecular spintronics reality par CEA fondamental

Link to the article on the University of Paris website
Website of the COSMICS project

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