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Anisoara Socoliuc

Physicist

University of Basel

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University of Basel

Petersplatz 1, Postfach

Basel, Basel-City,4001

Switzerland

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Application Scientist

Nanonis GmbH


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Slippery Nanoworld

www.europhysicsnews.com [cached]

Anisoara Socoliuc is PhD student at the University of Basel.She mainly studied wear processes on the nanometer scale by friction force microscopy.


www.nanoforum.org

"Coming down to nanoscale devices, this contact area gets smaller and smaller, so you have less surface where you can dissipate heat," says Anisoara Socoliuc, a physicist at the University of Basel and co-author of the Science article.


RD Water Power » 2006 » July

www.rdwaterpower.com [cached]

Reducing friction could help create very dense memory devices. (Courtesy of Anisoara Socoliuc, University of Basel.)
"Coming down to nanoscale devices, this contact area gets smaller and smaller, so you have less surface where you can dissipate heat," says Anisoara Socoliuc, a physicist at the University of Basel and co-author of the Science article.


The Nanonis Team

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Dr. Anisoara Socoliuc (Application Scientist)


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