Jesper Mørk

Jesper Mørk

Professor, Group Leader

DTU FOTONIK
Department of Photonics Engineering

Quantum and Laser Photonics

Technical University of Denmark

Ørsteds Plads

Building 345A, room 272

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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Fax +4545 93 65 81
E-mail jesm@fotonik.dtu.dk

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2019
06 JUN

PhD-defence by Piotr Kaminski

On Thursday 6 June, PhD student Piotr Kaminski from DTU Electrical Engineering succesfully defended his PhD on Active Nanophotonic Antenna Arrays for Effective Light-Matter Interactions.

Electrotechnology Antennas
29 MAR

Two DTU researchers receive EUR 5 million from the ERC for independent research

Two DTU researchers have received the prestigious ERC Advanced Grants from the European Research Council.

Chemistry Physics
28 MAR

ERC grant to research new lasers and quantum devices

Professor Jesper Mørk at DTU Fotonik has just received an EUR 2.5 million ERC Advanced Grant to explore the physics and applications of a new class of photonic devices using a resonance phenomenon known as a Fano resonance. 

Physics Lasers Micro and nanotechnology
2018
25 JUN

Microscopic laser attracting attention

A tiny new laser is revealing surprising unforeseen properties.

Lasers Micro and nanotechnology Data analysis
2017
02 FEB

Collaboration prepares DTU for quantum future

A DTU-wide collaboration called Quantum DTU is to secure DTU national and international leadership when the quantum millions are being distributed over the coming years.

02 FEB

Collaboration prepares DTU for quantum future

A DTU-wide collaboration called Quantum DTU is to secure DTU national and international leadership when the quantum millions are being distributed over the coming years.

Physics Quantum theory and atomic physics
2016
15 DEC

Researchers from DTU Fotonik Demonstrate Fano Laser

Researchers from DTU Fotonik have demonstrated  a new type of laser with a mirror that is based on Fano interference between a continuum of waveguide modes and the discrete resonance of a nanocavity.

15 DEC

Researchers from DTU Fotonik Demonstrate Fano Laser

Researchers from DTU Fotonik have demonstrated  a new type of laser with a mirror that is based on Fano interference between a continuum of waveguide modes and the discrete resonance of a nanocavity.