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Tomislav Dragičević (Photo: Morten Larsen/Danmarks Frie Forskningsfond (DFF))
30 NOV

Funding for excellent and innovative research

42 of the most skilled researchers in Denmark receive funding from the Sapere Aude: DFF-Starting Grant. Five of them are from DTU.

Electrotechnology Electronics Energy
25 NOV

The energy islands are our common Mars mission

Denmark’s energy islands are hugely ambitious projects. It will require development and research—so let’s start now.

Energy Electricity supply Energy efficiency Energy production Wind energy Energy systems
Carlos Ribera Codina with lab robot (Photo: Private)
22 NOV

Thesis collaborations benefit students and companies

42 per cent of DTU’s MSc students write their theses in collaboration with companies. This is an opportunity to test the theory they have learned in real-world situations...

Robot technology and automation
Foto: GreenLab Skive
08 NOV

Electrolysis plant to accelerate hydrogen production

Large-scale Danish hydrogen project gets the green light from the EU. The aim is to create energy solutions that can accelerate the green transition.

Electrotechnology
Professor Jesper Mørk, leder af NanoPhoton, DTU's grundforskningscenter. Foto: Mikael Schlosser
04 NOV

DTU’s basic research centre for nanophotonics inaugurated

The Danish National Research Foundation boosts research into light and semiconductor nanostructures, which will lead to efficient computer and quantum technology.

Physics Lasers Micro and nanotechnology Optics
01 NOV

Digital foundation of future energy needed

Contribution i Altinget: Research holds the key to the future of green energy systems, but the national focus needs to be on the digital operating system that will connect...

Energy efficiency Energy storage Energy production Energy Energy systems Solar energy Wind energy IT systems
28 OCT

Smart solutions can help save billions on energy islands

Contribution in the media 'Altinget': With new innovative solutions, we can save at least DKK 20 billion once Denmark’s two energy islands are fully operational...

Energy Energy efficiency Energy production Energy systems Wind energy
(Foto: DTU Elektro)
27 OCT

Robot trained to remove weeds from organic fields

A large image database forms the basis for the training of a small robot which—in future—will remove unwanted weeds from organic pastures.

Robot technology and automation Environment and pollution Food, fish and agriculture
Foto: Bax Lindhardt
22 OCT

Young women spend their holiday discovering engineering

40 young women have built loudspeakers and learned about product development at DTU’s Engineering Camp. The purpose of the camp is to inspire more women to choose...

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