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2021
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
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
3DIM på DTU har 3D-printet en underkæbe for Statens Naturhistoriske Museum på baggrund af data fra 3D-modellen, som man har lavet ud fra scanningen på DTU. Foto: 3DIM
23 APR

The technique behind 3D scanning of dinosaur skulls

In March 2021, DTU's 3D Imaging Center, 3DIM, in Lyngby has assisted the Natural History Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen with 3D scanning of a 66 million-year-old Tyrannosaurus...

Robot technology and automation Physics Image analysis Computer calculations Data analysis Hardware and components Software and programming Mathematical analysis Mathematical modelling
Forskere fra DTU Fysik og DTU Compute har i marts 2021 hjulpet Statens Naturhistoriske Museum i København med 3D-scanning af et 66 millioner år gammelt Tyrannosaurus rex-kranie, kaldet Casper. Scanningen er sket på 3D Imaging Center, 3DIM, i Lyngby i regi af det danske projekt DaSSCo, hvor Danmarks naturhistoriske museer sammen med DTU og med penge fra Uddannelses- og Forskningsministeriet skal opbygge en national platform for digitalisering af naturhistoriske samlinger. Foto: 3DIM
23 APR

DTU 3D scans dinosaur skull

DTU Compute and DTU Physics will develop new methods to (mass) digitize natural heritage animals and insects, so that museum objects are accessible to all, and at the same...

Robot technology and automation Physics Image analysis Computer calculations Data analysis Hardware and components Software and programming Mathematical analysis Mathematical modelling
Peeking into the quantum random number generator developed at DTU Physics reveals a lot of seemingly ordinary optics and electronics. But together, the components form a high-speed and ultra-secure source of true randomness, enabled by quantum physics.
28 JAN

High-speed quantum random number generator secure against quantum attacks

At first glance, random numbers may seem trivial to produce and utterly useless. Not an easy sell. Isn’t it just a matter of flipping a coin? Not quite!

Physics Quantum theory and atomic physics Information technology
2020
DFF Sapere Aude_Tobias Gehring_DTU Physics
20 NOV

Novel quantum key distribution technology for secure data transmission

Data from critical national infrastructures should be impossible to decrypt. Quantum key distribution offers a way to establish secure communication channels and improve...

Physics Electrotechnology Information technology Mathematics
Foto: Vibeke Hempler.
06 FEB

Three new Villum Young Investigators

Three young DTU-scientists are honoured as Villum Young Investigators and receive almost DKK 10 million each to continue their research.

Energy storage Magnets Optics Energy efficiency Software and programming Computer calculations Electrochemistry Catalysis
2019
Quantum Hub Denmark
25 NOV

Quantum Hub Denmark

On November 22, the event "Quantum Hub Denmark" brought together more than a hundred stakeholders from industry, academia, and public sector in Denmark to strengthen the...

Physics Electrotechnology Energy Information technology Chemistry Mathematics Materials Space research
Photo: DTU Physics
07 SEP

Danish quantum key distribution technology to create secure communication channels

DTU researchers have developed a prototype for a quantum key distribution system which is now to be tested in a realistic fibre network.

Physics Quantum theory and atomic physics Information technology Systems and data security
Photo: Søren Kjeldgaard
01 MAR

Kristian Sommer Thygesen receives EliteForsk Prize

Professor Kristian Sommer Thygesen from DTU Physics is among this year’s recipients of the EliteForsk Prize, which he receives for his research in two-dimensional...

Micro and nanotechnology Materials Quantum theory and atomic physics Computer calculations

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