Machine learning reveals how strongly interacting electrons behave at atomic level

ScienceDaily | 6/25/2019 | Staff
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However, future electronics designed for quantum technologies requires development of new quantum materials. In quantum materials, e.g. high temperature superconductors, electrons interact so strongly and behave so strangely that, until now, they have defied explanation.

But now, scientists have made a significant breakthrough in both technique and understanding. Based on a suite of 80 artificial neural networks (ANN) that they had designed and trained to recognize different forms of electronic matter, machine learning has discovered a new state called a Vestigial Nematic State (VNS).

Author - Prof - JC - Séamus - Davis

Lead author, Prof. JC Séamus Davis, of University of Oxford, said: 'I have focused on visualisation of electrons at atomic level. Twenty years ago we developed a microscope that could see directly where all electrons are in the quantum materials, and how the function.

'In this new collaboration with Professors Eun-Ah...
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