Hvad er lys?

År 2015 er udnævnt til lysets år. Det fejrer Spørg Videnskaben ved at undersøge, hvad lyset egentlig er for noget – og det viser sig, […]

Nonlinear Optics: Principles and Applications

Features Covers the spatial symmetry properties relevant for various materials Provides examples to demonstrate application of key principles Includes access to a homepage which will […]

DOPS launches new website

In order to upgrade our online activities and give members of DOPS a better and more fresh looking website, we have upgraded it to reflect news […]

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Northern Optics & Photonics 2015

Northern Optics & Photonics 2015 (NOP 2015) will be arranged on 2-4 June 2015 near the city of Imatra (but in Lappeenranta region) in South-Eastern […]

Travelling light

DOLL: Denmark’s Smart Lighting Lab

At the Danish Outdoor Lighting Lab, or DOLL for short, the streetlights are anything but ordinary. From brightening when cars and people pass to turning […]

DOPS Newsletter #5

Nyhedsbrevet i denne udgave indeholder nyheder fra den optiske verden, highlights fra konferencen IEEE Photovoltaic Specialist Conference 2014 (PVSC40), et referat fra DOPS generalforsamling, information […]

DOPS Newsletter #4

Nyhedsbrevet i denne udgave indeholder nyheder fra den optiske verden, et interview med DOPS’s første formand Christian Bjørn Andersen, salget af Unisensor til Philips og […]

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