Photo: Lisbeth Holten
16 SEP

Professor intends to see green chemical processes

A new electron microscope can provide greater insight into individual nanoparticles in a catalyst used for, e.g., Power-to-X processes.

Dorte Danielsen and Lene Gammelgaard in the lab. Photo: DTU Physics.
13 SEP

Quantum materials cut closer than ever

A new method designs nanomaterials with less than 10-nanometer precision. It could pave the way for faster, more energy-efficient electronics.  

Micro and nanotechnology Materials Semiconductors Physics Electronics
Photo: Mikal Schlosser
03 SEP

Denmark gets its own unique 3D imaging centre

Armed with northern Europe’s biggest imaging centre, Denmark now plays a central role in the growing use of X-ray and neutron imaging.

Physics Energy Information technology Construction and mechanics Wind energy
Graphics: DTU Fotonik. The figure shows a schematic of light generation in a Fano laser.
27 AUG

Novel physics gives rise to the highest coherence for microscopic lasers

Scientists from DTU have shown that a Fano laser, a new type of microscopic laser, has fundamental advantages compared to other types of lasers. The discovery can be important...

Physics Micro and nanotechnology Lasers Optics
19 AUG

Groundbreaking visualization of atomic movements

Novel method for imaging vibrations and movements of atoms in catalysts is developed by a collaboration of internationally leading researchers.

10 JUL

DTU researchers tighten grip on quantum computer

In a new groundbreaking work, researchers from DTU have now realized the complete platform for an optical quantum computer. The platform is universal and scalable, it all...

Physics Information technology
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
Bax Lindhardt
04 JUN

What’s going on with nuclear power?

The press is full of articles about nuclear power. Several European countries are planning new nuclear power plants. Has nuclear power become trendy? And will it come to...

Quantum theory and atomic physics
26 MAY

World’s smallest fruit picker controlled by artificial intelligence

Inspired by insects that suck nutrients directly from plant veins, physicists from DTU have studied whether valuable chemical substances can be harvested directly from...

18 MAY

Significant contribution to the green transition is honored

Developing better catalysts is essential to make Power-to-X and the transition to a more sustainable society possible. Associate Professor Jakob Kibsgaard receives the...

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