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Polariton Superfluids - Tackling the Next Climate Crisis
presentationposted on 2021-08-25, 23:10 authored by Mitko Oldfield
Finalist – Visualise Your Thesis 2021 International Competition
Winner – Monash University Visualise Your Thesis 2021 local competition
Current technology utilises circuits that rely on classical physics. This means that all circuits currently in production have an intrinsic resistance and generate heat when current flows through them. This heating effect may only be small in laptops and phones, but when scaled up to industrial-sized data centres, the results are tangible. Data centres produce enough heat that they generate their own microclimates. To combat the significant effects that this heating has on global warming, we need to invest in zero-resistance (dissipationless) devices. My research is investigating polaritons, particles formed of light and matter that are strong candidates for the realisation of dissipationless technology.
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AwardedWinner – Monash University Visualise Your Thesis 2021 local competition
VYT2021MonashVYTVisualise Your ThesisPolaritonExcitonFLEETGlobal warmingClimate changeSuperfluid2DThin filmPhysicsOptics2D MaterialsTechnologyFutureCondensed Matter ImagingCondensed Matter PhysicsElectronic and Magnetic Properties of Condensed Matter; SuperconductivityNonlinear Optics and SpectroscopyQuantum Mechanics