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DTU FOTONIK

DEPARTMENT OF PHOTONICS ENGINEERING

Welcome to the Department of Photonics Engineering – A dynamic department with a wide range of research within the field of light.

The department also offers a variety of exciting education programmes. These include a BSc in Network Technology & IT, a MSc in Photonics Engineering and a MSc in Telecommunication.

DTU FOTONIK

DEPARTMENT OF PHOTONICS ENGINEERING

BSc NETWORK TECHNOLOGY & IT

Network Technology & IT is for those who wish to work with the newest technologies within the field of the internet, mobile phones, optical communication, Wi-Fi, computers and other technical areas that lay the foundation of today’s communication technology.

DTU FOTONIK

DEPARTMENT OF PHOTONICS ENGINEERING

MSc PHOTONICS ENGINEERING

Photonics Engineering is a very cross-curricular programme that evolves around the different roles which light plays in modern day’s high-technology society.

 

 

 

DTU FOTONIK

DEPARTMENT OF PHOTONICS ENGINEERING

MSc TELECOMMUNICATION

Telecommunication plays a key role in the modern society. As an engineer of telecommunication you will contribute to developing the technology that our high-tech society runs on. This includes TV, radio, internet and mobile communication.

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New Course: DOLL Academy


DOLL Academy is now offering an exciting 2-day course in industrial education in LEDs as an continuing education. It is directed at companies and businesses in the lighting industry.
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Student
New at DTU Fotonik


Welcome to DTU Fotonik. You have chosen an exciting and challenging education that will create a strong foundation for your future.  You can find practical information about the commencement of study HERE

 

Conference and Summer School in Photovoltaic Research 2017

The conference 'Progress in Photovoltaic Research in Denmark' and the summer school 'Advanced Concepts in Photovoltaics' will both take place at DTU Risø Campus in the autumn of 2017, 9th October and 10-13th October respectively.
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We make the future a little brighter

We make the future a little brighter

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