DTU Electro participates in a large number of research projects. Find all projects in our research database.
07 februar 2023
YIP backed project merges photonics and electronics in a new class of processors, accelerating deep learning applications
Researcher at Electro Deming Kong receives 6 mio DKK from The Villum Foundation for project that will heighten both the speed and the precision of deep learning applications.
03 februar 2023
Introducing Electro's newest research group: Quantum Networks
qNet aims at exploring quantum information science at the nanoscale and developing novel quantum photonic devices. Such quantum devices are central for quantum information networks, quantum computation and quantum cryptography systems, and lie at the basis of the forthcoming Quantum Internet. The group focuses on quantum control and manipulation of novel nanostructures at the single-photon and single-electron level, using nanowires, quantum dots, and hybrid atomic-solid state systems.
24 januar 2023
Villum Young Investigator backed project will bring us closer to a fundamental building block for quantum computers
Assistant professor at Electro, Battulga Munkhbat receives 3 mio DKK from The Villum Foundation for project that will make significant advancements in developing a novel and efficient single-photon source that can be integrated with other on-chip photonic circuits.
16 december 2022
Denmark’s first driverless harbour bus sails using technology from DTU
A catamaran ferry powered by green electricity has crossed the Limfjord—albeit without a captain at the helm. A research partnership between DTU and the maritime industry, institutions, and authorities has resulted in the demonstration of an autonomous harbour bus in the Port of Aalborg.