UCR researchers discover new method to dissipate heat in electronic devices; modulating the flow of phonons

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An international team of scientists led by a researcher at the University of California, Riverside has modified the energy spectrum of acoustic phonons—elemental excitations, also referred to as quasi-particles, that spread heat through crystalline materials like a wave—by confining them to nanometer-scale semiconductor structures. Nika, from Moldova State University in Chisinau, Moldova; and Roger K. Lake, professor of electrical and computer engineering at UCR.

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How Russia Sent Ukraine Racing Into the “Energy Eurozone”

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Ukranian President Volodimir Zelenskyy Still, operating as an electrical island left Ukraine more vulnerable to Russia’s army, including its cyberwarriors. The move simultaneously looped in Moldova.


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