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2023
05 JAN

DTU researchers have cut the world’s smallest Christmas record

Just in time for Christmas, a world record is achieved at DTU. Researchers have cut a Rocking Around the Christmas Tree snippet onto a 40-micrometre-wide record.

02 JAN

Important Milestone for Fusion Energy

Two of Denmark's leading experts in fusion energy comment on startling American research results.

2022
24 NOV

Jacob Hastrup wins PhD Thesis of the Year

The prize for PhD thesis of the year was awarded to Jacob Hastrup for his thesis at DTU Physics.

01 NOV

Three VILLUM Experiment grants for innovative research

Following an anonymous selection process, the 3 researchers are among 51 researchers this year to receive grants from VILLUM Experiment to test their brave, risk-taking...

Professor Jens Nørskov (right) and Professor Ib Chorkendorff (2. from right)
24 OCT

Professors Jens Nørskov and Ib Chorkendorff have received the ENI Energy Frontiers...

ENI frontiers award 2022 awarded to Jens Nørskov and Ib Chorkendorff for research in renewable energy and energy storage.

24 OCT

Mirko Salewski and Yiqiu Dong receive Villum Synergy Grant

Associate Professor Mirko Salewski, DTU Physics and Yiqiu Dong, DTU Compute, receive Villum Synergy Grant for the project Tomography of Alpha Particles in Fusion Plasma...

23 SEP

Large NERD-grant for research in plasma physics

Associate Professor Stefan Kragh Nielsen awarded a NERD grant of DKK 14 million for research into hydrogen plasma.

07 SEP

The second law of thermodynamics behind graphic novel

Graphic novel, by among others Ulrich Hoff from DTU Physics, is based on the second law of thermodynamics, which says disorder is a basic condition in our lives, and it...

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.

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