Kristian Stubkjær (Photo: Jacob Kofler)

Reception for Kristian Stubkjær

DTU Electrical Engineering invites to a reception on Tuesday, 26 November 2019 at 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in building 329 A (AGORA) at DTU Lyngby Campus.

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Student in DTU-ESA facility at DTU Electrical Engineering (Photo: Mikkel Adsbøl)

Research at DTU Electrical Engineering

DTU Electrical Engineering conducts research in acoustics, antenna and microwave technology, power electronics, playware, robotics, electric power and energy. Our research is conducted at an international level with close contact to Danish and international research institutions and companies.

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Electronics students and lecturers (Photo: Torben Nielsen)

We educate tomorrow's engineers

Do you want an education in electrical engineering, design of sustainable energy systems or engineering acoustics?

DTU Electrical Engineering contributes to these and other study programmes.

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Autonomous Systems

From autumn 2019, DTU offers the Master's degree programme Autonomous Systems. It focuses on robots and autonomous systems. The Programme is anchored at DTU Electrical Engineering.

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