Will the computers of the future transmit light? Sebastian Klembt reveals why customized quantum materials can revolutionize our lives and the role microlasers play. The professor from the Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat explains how a laser network with the size of a grain of sand and a magnetic field can be used to send light around corners, without any scattering and thus without any energy loss. This is a physical effect that his international team has designed for possible applications such as the light-controlled quantum computer.
Follow John, Maria and Iustyna during their stroll through Bamberg's Old town and learn about their research in digital technologies in heritage conservation.
For their PhDs, Maryam Moeini, Ana Marija Grbanovic, and Iman Aghajani are researching mostly stucco architectural ornamentation from different historical periods in Iran.
With more than 330 million cars on European roads, millions of tons of end-of-life tires are produced each year. Researchers at FHWS are developing methods of recycling elastomers that could give these tires new life.
Research has established the privacy calculus approach to account for the moment of decision. This video explains what it is all about.
The digital research platform IRIXYS was founded in 2016 by the University of Passau, the National Institute of Applied Sciences of Lyon (INSA Lyon), and the University of Milan with the aim of bringing together the best minds of the future from the fields of politics, science, and business.
Mindy Nunez Duffourc came from New Orleans to the University of Passau to do comparative research on medical malpractice law as a Humboldt Fellow at the Chair of Common Law. She then turned her research stay into a PhD project.
Sahana Udupa, Professor of Media Anthropology at LMU, studies the influence of diverse digital media on social communication and behavior.
Prof. Krämer and his team are researching laws in digital markets at the University of Passau's Chair of Internet and Telecommunications Business.