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The way out of the IAP does not always lead to optics
AI-assisted sensor technology for innovative table tennis training.
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The competence field of quantum technology at the Leistungszentrum Photonik is being widened.
Dr. Tobias Vogl is leading the new research group "Integrated Quantum Systems".
Image: Jens Meyer (University of Jena)
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Success is not a matter of luck, but of being prepared
Jan Sperrhake presents first results at the "Langen Nacht der Wissenschaften" 2019 at the Lichtwerkstatt.
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DHIP idea pitches for research projects in the fields of Optics, photonics and biophotonics
Digital Innovation Hub Photonics
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ACP scientists partner with the universities of Stuttgart and Ulm to research three innovative subjects in quantum photonics
Opening ceremnoy of the national Carl Zeiss Foundation Center for Quantum Photonics. Photo caption: f.l.t.r.: Minister Wolfgang Tiefensee presents the check to Prof. Georg Pohnert und Prof. Andreas Tünnermann.
Image: Steffen Walther/Carl Zeiss Foundation
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Jena researchers receive 12.6 million euros in funding
In the "pigtailing” process, fiber-optic cables are fused to an integrated-optical quantum device.
Image: Besim Mazhiqi/Universität Paderborn
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Dr. R. Ackermann and Dr. A. Boden at their works in lab of the IAP..
Image: Ira Winkler (University Jena)
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New CHE ranking shows Master's Students give the University of Jena Top Marks in Physics, Photonics and Mathematics.
Die Physik-Masterstudiengänge der Uni Jena gehören zu den bundesweit besten, so das CHE-Ranking.
Image: Jens Meyer (University of Jena)
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Laser emission demonstrated at room temperature: semiconductors consisting of three atomic layers could form the basis for innovative lasers.
Customized Bragg-cavity resonators with embedded 2D-Materials are the backbone of nonlinear integrated devices and polaritonics.
Image: Heiko Knopf
"Applied Photonics Award 2021" awarded for special application potentials
And you can be part of it!
Dr Falk Eilenberger and Dr Tobias Vogl are experimenting together in the lab.
Image: Ira Winkler (University Jena)