The majority of all information gathered in the world is currently stored on magnetic media. But the volume of data continues to grow at a frantic rate, and today’s technology may soon be obsolete. A new and deeper understanding of magnetic phenomena is needed to create scope for next generation IT.
As a Wallenberg Academy Fellow, Johannes Rousk is studying how the processing of carbon and nutrients by microbes is impacted by changes in their environment.
Can a problem be solved well enough within a reasonable time – or is it impossible because it demands excessive computational resources?
The time at which plants flower is an essential factor in their reproduction. Learning more about how the process starts may help us to develop plants capable of coping with future climate change.