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Date:2/27/2009

unnelling experiment, he used the supercomputer known as JUMP in the Jlich Supercomputing Centre.

In a related article in the "Perspectives" section of "Science", the innovative approach is praised. A scanning tunnelling microscope is primarily used to characterise the surface of a sample. Thanks to the theoretical work in Jlich, it can now be used to gain a direct insight into the bulk of solids and to understand interesting effects in the nanoworld.


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