International robotic challenge | Autonomous Systems Test Arena inflated

International robotic challenge | Autonomous Systems Test Arena inflated

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At the large international MBZIRC robot competition, DTU received a silver and bronze medal respectively in two of the competition's challenges. Read more
The large international MBZIRC robotics competition has invited DTU to compete against some of the world’s best technical universities from Germany... Read more
Autonomous Systems Test Arena erected and inflated at DTU. Read more
Professor Pierre Pinson from Center for Electric Power and Energy at DTU Elektro is elevated to IEEE Fellow, effective from 1 January 2020. Read more

Promising new method can make chargers more efficient
New technology can make the charger for your PC, mobile phone or other electronic devices smaller, more efficient and energy friendly. (in Danish) Read more

Antenna conference with H.C. Ørsted focus set a record
The number of participating researchers and companies is greater than ever at Europe's largest antenna technology conference EuCAP2020. (in Danish) Read more

The 200th anniversary of Hans Christian Ørsted’s discovery of electromagnetism was launched in the presence of, among others, HRH Crown Prince Frederik... Read more
During a 3-week period in January 2020 students in Sustainable Energy Design are designing, fabricating, testing and modelling energy storages. Read more

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