Newsletter DTU Elektro - December 2015

Thank you for reading the last newsletter of the year with the latest news and updates from our department.

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DTU Electrical Engineering


Greater knowledge about electrical signal processing can facilitate better monitoring, diagnostic, and treatment solutions as well as improved general health for patient, both at home and when hospitalized. For his extensive research within the biomedical field of electrical signal processing, Associate... Read more
Engineers and doctors working together to develop a tool than can predict future patients with Parkinson's disease Read more
A new article in Science Magazine describes how Denmark strives to become a carbon neutral nation. The EcoGrid project on Bornholm is one of the examples... Read more
On November 27, Sara Miay Kim Madsen, postdoc at Hearing Systems, was awarded the Carlsberg Foundation’s Postdoctoral Fellowships in Denmark. The postdoc... Read more
The company HeSaLight has just booked no less than 50,000 power converters at Nordic Power Converters. Read more
A large proportion of MSc students at DTU are from the South of Europe. They are not fleeing from countries in crisis—they are on the hunt for academic... Read more
CAMM: Centre for Acoustic Mechanical Micro Systems enjoyed yet another successful presentation day on the 10th December. Read more
EV articles in DYNAMO no. 43 (in Danish)
EV articles in DYNAMO no. 43 (in Danish)
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About DTU Electrical Engineering

At DTU Electrical Engineering we educate engineers within Electrical Engineering technologies. We offer studies at BEng, BSc, MSc and PhD levels. The department also participates in international Master programmes. We conduct research within antenna and microwave technology, robot technology, autonomous systems, power and physical electronics, acoustic environment, electro-acoustics, electric power and energy.

DTU Electrical Engineering

DTU Electrical Engineering 
Department of Electrical Engineering
Ørsteds Plads
Building 348
2800 Kgs. Lyngby


Tel (+45) 45 25 38 00


VAT DK 30 06 09 46
EAN 5798000430310


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