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27 JUL

Cold LED light threatens Nordic 'hygge'

Scandinavian affinity for warm lighting is threatened by international developments within LED lighting. Consumers should stand up and fight, says the author Tor Nørretranders...

Light sources
27 JUL

LED light bulbs need describing in new ways

The Ra index is a set of values that describe light quality. However, the index stems from the era of the incandescent bulb and the fluorescent tube, and it makes it difficult...

Light sources
04 JUL

Poster Contribution for DronEL Wins “Best Poster Award in Photovoltaic Characterization...

Postdoc Gisele Benatto from the PV Team in the Diode Lasers & LED Systems Group represented the DronEL project  at the international IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference...

Light sources
Foto: Thorkild Christensen
29 JUN

Light researchers’ building was inaugurated with … light

DTU’s new laboratories and study areas in Building 340 for research and education in light has been officially inaugurated.

11 MAY

New technology summit focusing on digitization

In September, DTU will host Denmark’s first university-driven technology summit focusing on the digitization of Danish industry. Under the theme of digitization, the summit...

10 APR

New technology can boost fibre-optic bandwidth

Danish start-up, Bifrost Communications, won the Danish Tech Challenge with a fibre system that can create faster internet connections. Now, the company is looking for...

Information technology Telecommunication Entrepreneurship Innovation and product development
06 APR

New Initiative will Strenghen Collaboration with Industry

DTU Fotonik will take part in the new initiative Open Entrepreneurship with Prof. Jes Broeng in the front seat.

30 MAR

What happens when your fridge goes online

The Internet of Things is on the verge of revolutionizing our daily lives, but also involves major challenges. DTU can put itself at the forefront of research efforts

Electrotechnology Information technology
27 MAR

SAFARI Involved in New World Record

The SAFARI project (coordinated by Prof. Toshio Morioka, DTU Fotonik and Dr. Yutaka Miyamoto, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT), Japan) has demonstrated...

23 MAR

Two top researchers receive millions from VILLUM FONDEN

Two professors from DTU receive generous grants from VILLUM FONDEN of DKK 31 million and DKK 39 million, respectively.

Construction and mechanics Physics

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