Nanophotonics Theory & Signal Processing

Quantum and Laser Photonics

In the Quantum and Laser Photonics Group, we work theoretically and experimentally to explore the fundamentals of light-matter interactions in nanostructures.

In-depth information about our activities can be found under Research and Publications. You may also have a look at PhD Projects in our group.

We are engaged in teaching and supervising students at all levels, and you may find information about Courses we teach and Student Projects.

If you are interested in joining the group, have a look at Open Positions and feel free to contact any of our Group Members with questions or comments.

Latest News

September 2019: Emil Vosmar Denning's article "Collective Quantum Memory Activated by a Driven Central Spin" has been accepted for publication in Physical Review Letters.

July 2019. Kristoffer B. Joanesarson's article "Generating Maximal Entanglement between Spectrally Distinct Solid-State Emitters" has been published in Physical Review Letters.

July 2019: Emil Cortes André has handed in his Phd thesis "Collective Effects in Nanolasers", and he will defend it 16 September 2019.

June 2019: Lorenzo handed in his PhD thesis "Nanowire quantum dots for quantum photonic technologies", and will defend it on 29 July 2019.

March 2019: Professor Jesper Mørk received an ERC Advanced Grant of EUR 2.5 million for his project Fano Photonics. Read more

March 2019: Aurimas Sakanas handed in his PhD thesis "Buried Heterostructure Photonic Crystal Lasers", and will defend it on 2 April 2019.

March 2019: Emil Cortes André participated in the winter school "Collective effects, structured light and quantum matter" and won a price for best poster. The poster is connected to the article "On collective Rabi splitting in nanolasers and -LEDs" recently  published in Optics Letters.

February 2019: PhD Student Emil Vosmar Denning's article Quantum interface of an electron and a nuclear ensemble has been published in Science. The article has been co-written with researcher from University of Cambridge , University of Sheffield and CNRS.

February 2019: Vladimir Topic handed in his PhD thesis "High-speed hybrid III-V-ON-SI vertical cavity lasers".

February 2019: Sushil Tandukar handed in his PhD thesis "Hybrid micro-cavity lasers based on high-Q grating resonator" and will defend it on 28 March 2019.

March 2018: Lorenzo Leandro is in UC Berkeley for 1 month external research stay.

February 2018: Assoc. Prof. Søren Stobble joined our group with his PhD students Kasper Ejdal Lund and Chirag M. Patil.

January 2018: Assoc. Prof. Il-Sug Chung left the group to take up faculty position at UNIST, South Korea.

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NATEC is a Centre of Excellence funded by the Villum Kann Rasmussen Foundation to do fundamental research on devices based on quantum dots and photonic crystals for terabit communication systems.


Jesper Mørk
Professor, Group Leader
DTU Fotonik
+45 45 25 57 65


Susanne Knudsen Kolodziejczyk
Section Coordinator
DTU Fotonik
+45 45 25 57 06