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A particle in a complex electromagnetic field landscape. Image: UniGraz/Banzer

Friday, 27 January 2023

Light Steering Matter

Trapping matter with light and manipulating it at the same time might appear like a nerve-wrecking science-fiction scene from a Hollywood movie.…

(left) Experimental momentum maps of PTCDA on MgO(001) at increasing photon energy. The pattern changes with photon energy as a result of the bent carbon backbone of PTCDA. (right) Side view in real space and three-dimensional momentum space density of the calculated highest occupied molecular orbital of PTCDA on MgO(001). The grey sphere represents the cut through the 3D momentum space density at a certain photon energy, which is measured experimentally as 2D momentum map. Image: UniGraz/Sterrer

Monday, 14 November 2022

POT detects molecular bend

Photoemission-Orbital-Tomography detects the bend of the molecular backbone of a Pi conjugated molecule upon adsorption on a MgO surface.

Three lasers made up of nanoplatelets in the form of strips (electron microscopic image), the blue area illustrates the area of optical excitation, the red curve shows an emission spectrum. Image: UniGraz/J. Krenn

Friday, 11 November 2022

Quantum dot laser

The Nanooptics research group generates laser light from novel nanoparticles with high optical gain

Structured light emerging from an unstructured interface. Image: UniGraz/Eismann and Kantor

Thursday, 03 November 2022

Something from Nothing

In a recent joint publication in Optica between members of the Optics of Nano and Quantum Materials group (OpNaQ) from the University of Graz and the…

Maurizio Musso, Dorian Brandmüller and Benjamin Klebel-Knobloch (from the left). Photo: Hermann Detz

Monday, 10 October 2022

Award-Winning ‘Son et Lumière’

Dorian Brandmüller, member of the Optics of Nano and Quantum Materials group at KFU, receives the Students’ Award by the Austrian Physical Society…

Schematic structure of the OLED, the individual layers are between 1 and 100 nm thick. Image: University of Graz/J. Krenn

Wednesday, 14 September 2022

LEDs, light, color

Nanoparticles optimize the light emission of organic LEDs

Photocurrent (colored) generated by a laser beam focused on quantum dots between nanoelectrodes (grey). Image: Uni Graz / Grimaldi

Tuesday, 06 September 2022

How does light become electricity on the nanoscale?

Today's ecological and political crises are increasingly focusing on the production and use of clean forms of energy. Photovoltaics in particular…

Measuring light beams with integrated photonics. Image: Uni Graz/Bütow

Monday, 22 August 2022

Light measurements, integrated

As part of the European research project SuperPixels a group of scientists around Peter Banzer presented a novel method to measure light. They…

Anton-Schelnast-Preise 2022. Foto: UniGraz/Schwarz

Tuesday, 05 July 2022

Ausgezeichnet (German only)

Vier Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter des Instituts für Physik wurden für ihre Leistungen mit einem Anton-Schelnast Preis belohnt.

Uni-Pop-Up-Store image: Uni Graz

Tuesday, 28 June 2022

Physics meets Uni-Pop-Up-Store

DIY spectrometers, artistic science, neutron stars, and a science quiz – Science snacks presented by the Institute of Physics at the Uni-Pop-Up-Store.

Imaging sub-wavelength-sized objects by looking very carefully at the scattering patterns. Image: Uni Graz/Eismann

Friday, 20 May 2022

Optical Imaging – The Next Level

In a research article published recently in Optica, Jörg Eismann and Peter Banzer from the University of Graz introduce a novel approach to…

Photoemission of electrons from plasmonic nanostructures - Image: Uni Graz/J. Krenn

Wednesday, 18 May 2022

Small structures, strong fields

New insight into the ultrafast optical excitation of electrons

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