Profile: Davide Bossini


Davide Bossini is a project researcher at the University of Tokyo. His main research interest concerns the study of the interaction between light and solids on the ultrafast (i.e. femtosecond) time-scale, with particular focus on magnetic materials. Controlling the properties of these compounds on the femtosecond time-scale by means of light could pave the way to a magnetic recording technology much faster (i.e. a million times) and more energy-efficient (transparent materials are currently investigated) then the person-day devices.
From the fundamental point of view, this research activity allows the exploration of novel transient states of a magnetic material, which defies the conventional description in terms of thermodynamics.

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Using Lasers to Make Data Storage Faster than Ever

As we use more and more data every year, where will we have room to store it all?

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