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22 Current news of TU Darmstadtrss
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Electrostatic influences the movement of drops on surfaces
Something as simple as the motion of water drops on surfaces should actually be understood - one would think. In fact there are still numerous unanswered questions about the forces acting on a sliding droplet. A team of researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in ...
The desire to make the hidden visible has always been a driving force of research
A team led by the Technical University of Darmstadt has for the first time made laser-generated neutrons usable for an industrial application. The researchers showed that neutrons generated compactly with lasers can be used in non-destructive material testing. As electrically neutral particles, ...
Why do large gas bubbles in viscoelastic liquids rise so much faster than expected?
An open question with great relevance for industrial production processes. Researchers at TU Graz and TU Darmstadt have now found an explanation. It is a puzzle long known among experts and very relevant in many industrial production processes: a jump discontinuity in the rise velocity of gas ...
Study suggests errors in the interpretation of older measurements
A few years ago, a novel measurement technique showed that protons are probably smaller than had been assumed since the 1990s. This surprised the scientific community; some researchers even believed that the Standard Model of particle physics would have to be changed. Physicists at the University ...
NSF-DFG EChem Award Announcement
Through a new award program, the U.S. National Science Foundation and the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Foundation, DFG) have joined forces to award the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and Technical University of Darmstadt a three-year $720,000 research grant ($500,000 ...
Electroceramics such as capacitors are essential components in electronic devices. Intervening in their crystalline structure can change specific properties. Thus, for instance, chemical methods can be used to replace individual atoms in the crystal lattice with others. A stable shape can be ...
Using inverse kinematics, the elegant inversion of an established research method, and choosing the right measurement conditions, an international team presented a way to study in detail the properties of the nucleon-nucleon interaction in the atomic nucleus. The experiment was carried out by a ...
Scientists break new ground in future refrigeration
In the journal Applied Physics Reviews, an international research team from the University of Barcelona, the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR), and TU Darmstadt report on possibilities for implementing more efficient and environmentally friendly refrigeration processes. For this ...
Ionic liquids help to understand the electrocatalytic conversion of CO₂
The conversion of carbon dioxide into hydrocarbons and other basic chemicals is important if we are to have a sustainable economy in the future. Researchers at the TU Darmstadt and the Helmholtz Institute Erlangen-Nürnberg for Renewable Energy have now decoded major steps in electrochemical ...
Artificial intelligence is sometimes met with scepticism but it has earned our trust
A research team at TU Darmstadt headed by Professor Kristian Kersting describes how to achieve this using a clever approach to interactive learning in the magazine “Nature Machine Intelligence”. Imagine the following situation: A company wants to teach an artificial intelligence (AI) to ...