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Bio Particle Explorer Wins Innovation Award

The Bio Particle Explorer from the Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology (IPHT) is used to quickly identify germs such as bacteria, fungi, and yeasts. It was awarded the Innovation Village Award as part of Photonics Europe 2014 in Brussels. more...


IPHT is Guest at the Evening of the Sciences

Members of the OSA Student Chapter at the Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology participated in the Evening of the Sciences, which was hosted by the Georg Samuel Dörffel High School in Weida, and informed interested students, teachers, and parents about the subject of optics. more...


Thuringian Winners of the “Young Researchers” Competition from IPHT

The Thuringian winners of the “Young Researchers” competition in the working world category are a group from IPHT: Jakob Dieckmann, Bastian König, and Lukas Fritzsche from Jena developed an inexpensive handheld device for finding DNA sequences from a hardware store case and material totaling 110 EUR. Such devices generally cost more than 5000 EUR. more...

Selected papers

Fluorine incorporation into porous silica by gas phase doping with C2F6 in N2

Froehlich, Frank; Aichele, Claudia; Grimm, Stephan; Schuster, Kay
in: Optical Materials Express 3, 1839 (2013) [more]

Measurement of higher-order mode propagation losses in effectively single mode fibers

Schulze, Christian; Flamm, Daniel; Unger, Sonja; Schröter, Siegmund; Duparre, Michael
in: Optics Letters 38, 4958 (2013) [more]

Spatially resolved single photon detection with a quantum sensor array

Zagoskin, Alexandre; Wilson, Richard D.; Everitt, Mark; Savel'ev, Sergei; Gulevich, Dmitry R.; Allen, James; Dubrovich, Victor K.; Ilichev, Evgeny
in: Scientific Reports 1, 3464-1 (2013) [more]



15.05.14 - 17.05.14

DNA-Based Functional Materials