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Scientists from Vienna and Moscow have created a high-energy mid-infrared laser powerful enough to create shining filaments in the air. Such devices could be used to detect chemical substances in the atmosphere.
Ultrashort laser pulses have become an indispensable tool for atomic and molecular research. A new technology makes creating short infrared pulses easy and cheap.
A new invention opens the door to a new generation of outdoor displays. Different pictures can be seen at different angles, creating 3D effects without the need for 3D glasses.
Laser pulses can be used to track the motion of electrons in metals with attosecond precision. This helps to understand and possibly improve important electronic effects.
PhD Scholar Attila Tóth, holder of the Ernst Mach Scholarship for Doctoral Students within the Action Austria-Slovakia, became Student Personality of Slovakia for his outstanding results in studies, science and research in the...
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The behaviour of iron oxide surfaces has startled scientists for years. New research at the Vienna University of Technology shows that everybody has been thinking about them all wrong.
Animals looking for food or light waves moving through turbid media – astonishing similarities have now been found between completely different phenomena.
International recognition for the strong engagement of TU Wien in open source software.