31 OKT

Petabit per second data transmission speeds from a single chip-scale light source

As the internet grows ever larger, there is an increasing need for innovation in the core technologies which drive the backbone of the internet.

Illustration of the new butterfly structure, which can be seen in the middle of the picture. The butterfly structure compresses the light spatially and the nanostructures around it compress it temporally. The result is a compression of light on the smallest scale to date – the world's smallest photon in a dielectric material
24 OKT

Gennembrud - Verdens mindste foton i et dielektrisk materiale

Forskere fra Grundforskningscenteret NanoPhoton på DTU har udviklet en nanostruktur, som presser lyset sammen, så det bliver 10.000 gange tyndere end et menneskehår...

Man installing network scanner and GPS in ambulance
02 SEP

5G emergency-medical IT health bridge

A DTU Electro research project with Zealand University Hospital investigates the possibilities of upgrading teledata communication in Region Zealand, so that large amounts...

Leif Katsuo Oxenløwe in lab
31 AUG

Lecture: Digitalization's impact on the fight against climate change

The internet is one of the world's greatest climate sinners. On September 5th Professor Leif Katsuo Oxenløwe will hold a lecture about why the Internet is still to be...

Miljø og forurening
Nils Axel Andersen smiling and standing in front of a row of colleagues
09 AUG

40 years of research and education with Nils Axel Andersen

Associate professor Nils Axel Andersen has spent 40 years working at DTU, helping solve societal challenges in health, transportation and robotics, all while educating...

Yong Liu and Hao Hu working in the lab
08 AUG

New Chip-Based Beam Steering Device Lays Groundwork for Smaller, Cheaper Lidar

Hao Hu and Yong Liu developed a new OPA that replaces the multiple emitters of traditional OPAs with a slab grating to create a single emitter. This design enables beam...

Leif Katsuo Oxenløwe standing in front of a whiteboard
04 AUG

Professor Leif Katsuo Oxenløwe elected member of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences...

In an announcement on May 17 2022, the Royal Academy announced its inclusion of 15 new members in the natural sciences class. Professor Oxenløwe was among them, and he...

Dagmawi Alemayehu Bekele (i baggrunden) skal udvikle en ny detektor for en bevilling, som professor Jesper Mørk (forrest) har modtaget. Foto: Mikal Schlosser
07 MAR

Internethastigheden kan nå nye højder

En helt ny type detektor skal afkode data overført med laserlys og kan medvirke til at bryde nuværende hastighedsbegrænsninger på internettet.

Associate Professor Yiyu Ou and Professor Paul Michael Petersen, DTU Fotonik. Foto: Thomas Sørensen.
28 FEB

UV light: A path away from antimicrobial resistance

By using UV light, we can treat infectious diseases including COVID-19 without antimicrobials, a new review study from DTU indicates. The invited review article is adapted...

Lasere Optik Medicin og medicoteknik Bakterier og mikroorganismer Vira