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First JARA-HPC Symposium "JHPCS'16" - more

JARA-HPC Jahresbericht 2015 - more

Research Minister Wanka Visits JARA-BRAIN at University Hospital Aachen on her Summer Tour - more

Towards an improved hydropower resources modelling in the Horizon 2020 Energy oriented Centre of Excellence in Computing Applications - more

PhD students outline future challenges in polymer sciences - more

JARA-HPC at ISC 2016 - more

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Research Minister Wanka Visits JARA-BRAIN at University Hospital Aachen on her Summer Tour
German Federal Minister of Education and Research Johanna Wanka paid a visit to University Hospital Aachen on 28 July, making RWTH Aachen University the first stop of her summer tour. As part of her visit, minister Wanka therefore spoke in particular with the young scientists involved in the research alliance. In three separate sessions, the minister learned about current research being conducted.
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Cartography of the Spin-Orbit-Interaction

Utilizing the magnetic moment (spin) of an electron leads to a faster and more energy efficient processing of bits and bytes than within the actual Si-based processors. So far, manipulation experiments of the spin revealed signals which are much too small for any practical application. A possible reason for the unfavorable efficiency has now...
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Call for Applications - JARA Excellent Junior and JARA Best Master 2016
After the successful launch of the JARA-Awards last year, students and early-career scientist can apply for the JARA Excellent Junior and JARA Best Master 2016. Applications must be submitted before 12th August 2016.

Energylandscape

As part of a cooperation project between RWTH Aachen University and Forschungszentrum Jülich (JARA), a new database was created, that provides comprehensive overview of the main research areas in energy of the two institutions.

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Human Brain Project
JARA Involved in European Megaproject on Human Brain Simulation
JARA FIT Annual Report
You can download the new JARA-FIT Annual Report 2014 from here. Our last year's scientific progress and our achievements are documented there.