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Research at DTU Fotonik
Our research is grouped in four sections:
We work with observing and mapping dynamic processes with the aid of light.
The section consists of four research groups working with fibers, nonlinear optics, ultrafast spectroscopy, and biophotonics.
The group works on developing waveguide based components, which can generate or manipulate light.
Professor Karsten Rottwitt
The Group operates one of only few university draw towers in Europe. They develop optical fibers for use in fiber-optical sensors and signal processing and they develop supercontinuum light sources covering the ultraviolet to the mid-infrared part of the spectrum.
Group Leader: Professor Ole Bang
The group works with generation of ultrafast light pulses in the infrared and terahertz ranges through novel nonlinear optical methods, and using these pulses for time-resolved infrared and terahertz spectroscopy revealing the femtosecond dynamics of matter.
Prof. Peter Uhd Jepsen
Our research is primarily engaged in applying the Generalized Phase Contrast (GPC) method, which facilitates lossless light transmission and direct conversion of input phase patterns to high contrast intensity distributions.
Professor Jesper Glückstad