We believe that research is the first step towards innovation that can solve problems for people. Therefore, our activities start with basic research and cover the entire value chain via applied research to product development.
We collaborate with companies and clusters and team up with the best players and competences to bring ideas to life. We are always open for new collaboration projects with industry partners.
We organise our research activities in four centres, each having a specific research focus. Read more about the research areas, publications, projects and achievements by clicking on a centre or section below.
Nano- and microfabrication, organic solar cells, organic light emitting devices, functional thin-films, plasmonics and nanophotonics, optofluidics and lab-on-chip technology
SDU Nano Optics
Nanoplasmonics, plasmonic metasurfaces
C:MAC - Centre for Materials Analysis and Characterisation
Materials and surface characterisation and analysis
Centre for Quantum Mathematics (QM)
A centre focused on the mathematical foundation of quantum phenomena covering both foundations and applications in quantum engineering.
Centre for Photonics Engineering
Light sculpting and light robotics