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Joachim Rode
03 JAN

Closer to the perfect laser

Ultra-precise lasers can be used for optical atomic clocks, quantum computers, power cable monitoring, and much more. But all lasers make noise, which researchers from...

Lasers
2021
Professor Jesper Mørk presents the cross of the Order of Dannebrog.
22 DEC

Professor Jesper Mørk becomes Knight of the Order of Dannebrog

Jesper Mørk receives the Order for his efforts as professor at DTU. 

Physics Micro and nanotechnology Lasers Optics
Two distant quantum emitters, embedded in a nanophotonic structure, get mutually excited through a bound state in the continuum induced by an optical Fano resonance.
14 DEC

Novel physics promote long-range interaction of quantum emitters

Senior Researcher at DTU Fotonik Yi Yu has published a paper in the high-impact journal Optica.  The paper describes a theoretical proposal and experimental demonstration...

Physics Micro and nanotechnology Lasers Optics
Michael Galili being awarded Jorcks Research Award by Supreme Court President Thomas Rørdam. Photo: Peter Nørby
09 DEC

Tirelessly pushing for greener internet: Michael Galili awarded

Associate Professor at DTU Fotonik Michael Galili receives the Jorcks Fonds Research Award. He is awarded for his work to improve the efficiency of optical communication...

Energy efficiency Telecommunication
Laboratory image of a piece of flexible oil pipe being inspected with terahertz. The white, brown and yellow layers are stacked on top of each other and can be inspected simultaneously.
16 NOV

New photonic measurement technology is advancing

Using terahertz radiation, researchers at DTU Fotonik are demonstrating a new technology that can see through several layers and retrieve information about each separate...

Professor Jesper Mørk, leder af NanoPhoton, DTU's grundforskningscenter. Foto: Mikael Schlosser
04 NOV

DTU’s basic research centre for nanophotonics inaugurated

The Danish National Research Foundation boosts research into light and semiconductor nanostructures, which will lead to efficient computer and quantum technology.

Physics Lasers Micro and nanotechnology Optics
Professor DTU Leif Oxenløwe. Foto: Joachim Rode
07 OCT

Digitalization is an important climate tool

Carbon emissions from the Internet are on a par with emissions from the aerospace industry, but at the same time digital technologies are crucial to winning the battle...

Lasers Optics
Photograph of the silicon photonic chip. Copyright: Nature Physics
28 SEP

Optical chip protects quantum technology from errors

New quantum photonic processor uses entanglement to protect itself from errors. The feat is published in Nature Physics.

Micro and nanotechnology Quantum theory and atomic physics Optics Light sources
Bax Lindhardt
21 SEP

Remote Infrared Radiation: New Technology Measures Thickness of Ice on Prawns

DTU and Royal Greenland have collaborated on a new technology that can measure the thickness of the ice glaze on frozen prawns. This is important to know so that the...

Sensors Lasers
Ognjen Jovanovic, Phd student at DTU Fotonik
20 SEP

Fotonik-student speaks at Europe’s largest conference on optical communications

Ognjen Jovanovic, PhD student at DTU Fotonik, presented his research at the ECOC 21 conference - the largest conference on optical communications in Europe.  He spoke...

Computer calculations Telecommunication Optics Lasers Energy efficiency

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