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Olivia Sloth, DTU Fysik (Foto: Katrine Kragh)
16 JUN

From activist to PhD: Olivia wants to create solutions herself

As a climate activist, Olivia demanded action but got no result. So she decided to take up the fight against her own dyslexia, and today she develops green solutions as...

24 MAY

Five DTU students represent Danish physics on the world stage

Elite universities from around the globe will spend a week competing to find the an-swers to some of the biggest unsolved problems in the world of physics.

 Projekter med fokus på udvikling af kvantecomputere og kvante-kryptering vil få høj prioritet i en ny NATO test- og fabrikationsfacilitet, vurderer professor på DTU Ulrik Lund Andersen.
20 MAY

DTU to develop quantum communication

DTU’s test and fabrication facilities for quantum technology under the auspices of NATO will be run by projects that can be exploited commercially and in terms of security...

Foto: Mikal Schlosser
26 APR

New center to accelerate Power-to-X

A new national innovation centre at DTU has received a grant of DKK 80 million from VILLUM FONDEN to bring Power-to-X projects closer to the market, thereby speeding up...

Tobias Gehring. Photografer Joachim Rode.
23 FEB

First quantum-safe data transfer in the Nordic region

Researchers secure an important win in the race against cybercriminals by using quantum communication to securely transfer data at Danske Bank.

Physics Quantum theory and atomic physics
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12 JAN

DTU enters wide-ranging CCUS partnership

DTU is joining forces with 18 stakeholders to implement a roadmap for carbon capture, utilization, and storage.

Energy efficiency Energy storage Energy production Energy systems CO2 separation and CO2 storage Climate adaptation
2021
Graphene christmas trees. Illustration: Jie Ji.
22 DEC

World’s thinnest Christmas tree created at DTU

A Christmas tree with a thickness of one atom is made at DTU. It shows how terahertz measurements can be used to ensure the quality of graphene. 

Materials Physics Electrotechnology Electronics Micro and nanotechnology Sensors Semiconductors
Bestyrelsesformand Jens Kann-Rasmussen og fem af bevillingsmodtagerne: Marie Brøns (DTU), Rocio Rodriguez Cano (AAU), Christina Lynggaard (KU), Laura Stidsholt (AU), Jette Katja Mathiesen (DTU). Foto: VILLUM FONDEN.
14 OCT

Two female researchers receive Villum Postdoc grants

Villum International Postdoc has just been awarded to six female researchers, including Marie Brøns and Jette Katja Mathiesen from DTU.

Electrochemistry Catalysis Fossil fuels Wind energy Engineering
Foto: Jesper Scheel
11 OCT

Computer-generated designs may help researchers see quantum effects at large scales

In a recent article in Nature Communications, researchers from DTU Physics and DTU Mechanical Engineering report on a novel route towards micromechanical resonators that...

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.

Physics

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