Simon is an experimental materials physicist and NZ expert in thin film magnetic materials. His field is spin-electronics, or spintronics, where he investigates the advanced magnetic materials needed to bring about a future generation of energy-efficient, ultra-high-speed and high-performance computer memory and logic that uses the magnetism, or “spin”, of electrons.
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The MacDiarmid Institute is pleased to share the following successes from MacDiarmid researchers in this year’s MBIE Endeavour fund round.
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The MacDiarmid Institute proudly welcomes eight new principal investigators.
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Whether you’re mining bitcoin or Googling yourself, you’re creating a lot of heat somewhere.
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Commercialising high temperature superconductors is what the 25 scientists and engineers at the Robinson Research Institute (RRI) do best. Formerly part of IRL, and called the Superconductivity and Energy Team, the RRI is now part of Victoria University of Wellington.
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Dr Simon Granville is developing magnetic sensors to detect eddy currents, giving crucial clues to the integrity of key infrastructure.
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