DTU Electro participates in a large number of research projects. Find all projects in our research database.
14 februar 2024
Optical fiber implants will remedy Parkinson’s and stroke patients’ motor issues
Currently 1 billion people have limited movement due to neurological diseases. An EIC-backed team of researchers led by Associate Professor Christos Markos will develop neural implants to battle movement impairments.
12 februar 2024
Hunting hidden eye diseases: A quantum scanner for non-invasive biopsies
Horizon Europe backed team of researchers is developing a quantum scanner for tracking down human eye diseases using nothing but light. The quantum scanner is to be tested on mice for monitoring and detecting eye diseases. The resolution of classical laser beam scanning is sufficient to monitor cell layers in the retina but not enough for the required diagnostic accuracy. By harnessing quantum entanglement the team plans to double the image detail of the scans, to detect diseases such as glaucoma, where early diagnosis is crucial.
08 februar 2024
Minimizing power loss in solar panels using automated drone imaging to detect cracks and shade
Researchers combine electroluminescence and infrared imaging with machine learning for automated drone inspection of solar panels to detect cracks and shaded areas to enhance both solar farm productivity and reliability - ultimately lowering energy prices. The project is backed with 9 mio. DKK from Innovation Fund Denmark.
01 februar 2024
New platform will offer cost-effective and reliable solution for quantum communication, computing and metrology
Researchers Elizaveta Semenova and Caterina Vigliar, in collaboration with other academic and industrial partners, will develop a versatile Quantum Photonic Integrated Circuit platform. The project QPIC1550 is backed with 45 mio. DKK from Horizon Europe.