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Mads Vandborg is doing a Master’s degree in Photonics Engineering. He’s exploring how to change the wavelength of the light particles we send through the optical fibres of the internet, to prepare the internet for the data transmissions of the future. Photo: Jesper Scheel.
14 JUN

“Technology fascinates me, especially when it can be used for good”

Mads Vandborg studies how to prepare the internet for the future by changing the frequency of its signals. He loves technology and is among the 10 per cent of students...

Physics Optics
Francesco Da Ros, Senior researcher at DTU Fotonik, Photo: Tobias Sydradal
06 MAY

Machine learning-researcher becomes OSA Ambassador

Francesco Da Ros, Senior researcher at DTU Fotonik, has been selected by the Optical Society (OSA) to mentor and inspire the next generation of students and early career...

Hardware and components Computer calculations Telecommunication Mathematical modelling
Professor Ole Bang. Photo: Jesper Scheel.
20 APR

Laser researcher to build mini synchrotron facility

Synchrotron facilities such as Max IV in Lund are large and expensive, and there are only a few of them. Professor Ole Bang wants to build a unique facility that is small...

Lasers
Rasmus Hvidberg—MSc student at DTU Fotonik—analyses speckle patterns on the surface of ice to calculate when the ice begins to melt. Photo: Jesper Scheel.
08 MAR

Student project may improve Great Belt ice warnings

Student has found a new method that can determine—using laser technology—when ice on the Great Belt Bridge melts. The result can contribute to reducing the...

Physics Lasers Sensors
Using infrared spectroscopy, invisible pollutant gases can be identified and quantified. In this image, regions of high methane concentration are indicated in red.
01 MAR

5 million Euro for photonic air pollution monitoring

The TRIAGE project, which starts in March 2021, will receive 5 million Euro (approx. DKK 37 million) in funding from the EU Horizon 2020 programme. The grant...

Air pollution Sensors Lasers
Caption: An opened IoT device from Toitware. Photo: Jesper Scheel.
25 FEB

DTU students hack to improve IoT security

Students from DTU are being taught how to hack Internet of Things devices from the business world. The purpose is to create a safer world of IoT devices.

Systems and data security Telecommunication Software and programming IT systems Hardware and components
Controlled generation of luminescent centres in hBN via irradiation engineering with oxygen atoms (red). The defect VNCB is shown in the front which consists of a nitrogen vacancy next to a carbon atom (black) on a boron site. In the back, a boron vacancy VB is shown.
18 FEB

New insights on quantum emitters in two-dimensional materials

Researchers from DTU Fotonik have published an important paper in the peer-reviewed journal Science Advances.  In this article, PhD-student Moritz Fischer, first author...

Quantum theory and atomic physics Light sources
Darko Zibar, newly appointed Professor at DTU Fotonik. Photo: Jesper Scheel
10 FEB

Machine learning to accelerate green internet development

Machine learning and artificial intelligence are becoming increasingly important tools in the development of the energy efficient internet and data transmission of the...

Foto Bax Lindhardt
25 JAN

Laser light can reveal condition of ship paint

With infrared laser light, researchers from DTU Fotonik can produce detailed 3D images of ship paint, so that the paints can become more durable and environmentally friendly...

Lasers Optics Ships and offshore constructions
Mikkel Heuck receives Villum Young Investigator Grant
22 JAN

Mikkel Heuck becomes Villum Young Investigator

Senior researcher at DTU Fotonik Mikkel Heuck receives a grant of DKK 6 million from The Villum Young Investigator Programme for his project "Nonlinear Photonic...

Quantum theory and atomic physics Optics

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