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DTU Studieprojekt - Demonstrate the fastest terahertz laser system in the world

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU)



Demonstrate the fastest terahertz laser system in the world

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Do you feel a need for speed? So do we.

Do you love advanced math applied to optics? That’s what we need.

Do you want to do a project that is motivated by making great technology that can be used all over the world? Then you might be interested in this.

Let’s start with the background.

  • Introduction: Terahertz (THz) is a part of the electromagnetic spectrum that has been thoroughly studied in science but sparsely exploited in industry. The great interest in THz for research purposes stems from the fact that THz has some unique properties, i.e., that the radiation interacts relatively weakly with a wide range of materials. Thereby, the radiation can penetrate deep into the materials. By measuring the radiation after the interaction, there is access to a wide range of information about the material — and not just information from the surface, as is often the case with other parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. THz can uncover information about materials' composition, thickness, conductivity, chemical reactivity, and much more.
  • The project: In this project, the student will attempt to break the current commercial data acquisition speed record of 1600 data points per second. In other words, we are attempting to demonstrate the fastest THz laser system in the world. The student will be given a novel THz system developed at DTU Electro over the past five years. The system's hardware is fast enough to physically acquire data above the current commercial data acquisition speed limit. However, turning the acquired raw data into useful/valuable information at high rates is a complicated applied math task. Therefore, the student's prime mission is to develop a mathematical framework that turns raw data into useful information at high speeds.
  • The team: This project will be carried out in our newly established THz Innovation Center at DTU Electro. The center consists of 8 researchers with different backgrounds (see image of 7 of us), all working together to make THz technology available to everyone worldwide. The student will be part of the group’s day-to-day work, which ensures a large amount of support. The student is also invited to partake in the group’s social activities, such as everyday lunches, after-work beers, etc.
  • Prerequisites: The activities to be conducted requires that the student is both well-accomplished academically and is driven by curiosity in all her/his work. No particular courses are required. Whatever knowledge the student will be needing, our extensive team will teach.
  • Additional information: We would love to meet with interested students for a cup of coffee and to explain the project in more detail. If interested, please send an e-mail to Simon at [email protected]

To make use of THz radiation outside of a scientific laboratory, we need a THz laser system that can acquire valuable information about an object—fast! The reason is that in most real-life situations, the object being investigated is either vibrating or moving. Another reason is that slow data acquisition speeds limit the amount of data that can be recorded, which in turn limits the use of pattern recognition algorithms, like machine-learning-based tools.

In addition to the mathematical framework development, the student has the option to add additional physical dimensions to her/his data set. The student will have the option to embed a vibration sensor and an optical camera onto the THz system, such that three data types are acquired simultaneously (THz, vibration, and visible image). This multidimensional data set can be used to optimize the mathematical framework further. The choice of mathematical approach is open to the student: linear algebra, numerical integration, statistical tools, machine learning, etc. If you love applied math, then this is an unprecedented playground!

This project's scope is well suited for an MSc thesis for one student or a BSc thesis where two students form a group. One very ambitious and skilled BSc student can also undertake it in a 20 ECTS point project.

Emneord

  • Elektroteknologi
  • Fysik
  • Matematik
  • Materialer
  • Antenner
  • Elektromagnetisme
  • Elektronik
  • Lyd
  • Mikrobølgeteknologi
  • Robotteknik og automation
  • Energisystemer
  • Lasere
  • Lyskilder
  • Mikro- og nanoteknologi
  • Optik
  • Sensorer
  • Billedanalyse
  • Computerberegning
  • Dataanalyse
  • Hardware og komponenter
  • Telekommunikation
  • Nanopartikler
  • Geometri
  • Matematisk analyse
  • Matematisk logik
  • Matematisk modellering
  • Statistik
  • Høreapparater
  • Medicinske apparater og systemer
  • Rumteknologi og instrumenter
  • Satellitter
Kontakt
Virksomhed/organisation
DTU Fotonik

Navn
Simon Jappe Lange

Stilling
Adjunkt

Mail
[email protected]

Vejleder-info
Bachelor i General Engineering
Vejleder
Simon Jappe Lange

ECTS-point
15 - 35

Type
Bachelorprojekt, Kandidatspeciale

Bachelor i Elektroteknologi
Vejleder
Simon Jappe Lange

ECTS-point
15 - 35

Type
Bachelorprojekt, Kandidatspeciale

Bachelor i Matematik og Teknologi
Vejleder
Simon Jappe Lange

ECTS-point
15 - 35

Type
Bachelorprojekt, Kandidatspeciale

Bachelor i Fysik og Nanoteknologi
Vejleder
Simon Jappe Lange

ECTS-point
15 - 35

Type
Bachelorprojekt, Kandidatspeciale

Kandidatuddannelsen i Elektroteknologi
Vejleder
Simon Jappe Lange

ECTS-point
15 - 35

Type
Bachelorprojekt, Kandidatspeciale

Kandidatuddannelsen i Fotonik
Vejleder
Simon Jappe Lange

ECTS-point
15 - 35

Type
Bachelorprojekt, Kandidatspeciale

Kandidatuddannelsen i Fysik og Nanoteknologi
Vejleder
Simon Jappe Lange

ECTS-point
15 - 35

Type
Bachelorprojekt, Kandidatspeciale

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