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DIHP idea pitches for research projects in the broad field of photonics will be accepted until December 14, 2022.
Elevator Pitch 2020 of the Digital Innovation Hubs Photonics in Jena.
Image: Fraunhofer IOF Jena.
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Research team from Jena and Grenoble uses ultrafast camera to measure how luminous centres in nanowires decay
PhD student Christian T. Plass looks at a sample produced with the ion accelerator.
Image: Jens Meyer (University of Jena)
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Researchers from Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany) and the Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare in Turin (Italy) decipher gravitational wave signal GW190521
PhD student Rossella Gamba is first author of the publication.
Image: Anne Günther (University of Jena)
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Guest lectures for university staff and master or doctoral students. Networking and exchange information.
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Physicists at Friedrich Schiller University together with European colleagues find a solution for the controllable separation of the undesired bonding between nano-components
Dr Falko Schmidt uses a heatable microscope lens to separate nano components from one another.
Image: Anne Günther (University of Jena)
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Quantum research team FOR 2783 of the University of Jena is given further funding by the German Research Foundation (DFG).
Prof. Holger Gies.
Image: Jan-Peter Kasper (University of Jena)
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The goal of using our resources as efficiently as possible is becoming increasingly significant. This includes utilizing energy sources without loss and making better use of alternative raw materials such as organic waste.
Some of the authors (left: Dr. R. Ackermann, right: Dr. A. Boden) are adjusting the experimental setup.
Image: FSU-IAP, Ira Winkler
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A research team sheds light on the best way to generate high-energy proton radiation using laser-plasma interaction
Prof. Malte Kaluza (l.) and Dr Yasmina Azamoum are preparing an experiment using the POLARIS laser.
Image: Jens Meyer (University of Jena)
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Team of physicists developed novel optical component based on metamaterials of silicon nanoparticles
Scattering centers (black disks) on the transparent substrate scatter certain colors of light.
Graphic: Dennis Arslan/Universität Jena