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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…

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…

Logo of the new international network INAQT. Image: University of Glasgow

Friday, 15 April 2022

Causal or acausal?

The OpNaQ group at the Institute of Physics is now a member of the brand-new International Network for Acausal Quantum Technology (INAQT), which was…

Friday, 14 January 2022

Dipoles revealing aberrations

A team of scientists led by Peter Banzer from the University of Graz found a novel way for the absolute characterization of focusing elements. Their…

Thursday, 04 November 2021

The Tailors of Light and Matter

The group Optics of Nano and Quantum Materials (OpNaQ) at the University of Graz deals, among many other topics, with structured matter, tailored…

[Translate to English:] Foto: Pexels.com/Cottonbro

Friday, 24 September 2021

How does light sound?

Physicist Robert Nuster uses light to develop a process that makes razor-sharp images in 3D possible.

Trapping and tracking particles with a single beam. Image: Uni Graz/Banzer

Friday, 09 July 2021

Trapping and Tracking

In close collaboration, the groups of Peter Banzer at the University of Graz and Christoph Marquardt at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of…

Book published by De Gruyter. Foto: Uni Graz/Banzer

Monday, 31 May 2021

How to ride light waves

“Polarization of Light in Classical, Quantum, and Nonlinear Optics” by Maria Chekhova and Peter Banzer; De Gruyter

Novel type of light’s handedness originating from its spatial polarization structure. Image: Uni Graz/Eismann/Banzer

Monday, 29 March 2021

Kelvin reloaded

An international collaboration between research groups from Austria, Germany and Canada – all members of the Max Planck - University of Ottawa Centre…

Making light spin by focussing. Image: Uni Graz/Banzer

Friday, 05 February 2021

Light keeps spinning

In collaboration with international teams from the UK, Japan, France and the US, researchers at the University of Graz and the Max Planck Institute…

Peter Banzer forscht an optischen Chips und Nanomaterialien. Foto: Uni Graz/Tzivanopoulos

Wednesday, 27 January 2021

Lichtspiele (German only)

Physiker Peter Banzer erforscht neue optische Materialien und Eigenschaften von Licht zur Steuerung von Geräten. Eine Publikation zur „Bändigung“ von…

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