Taming sound | Satellite antennas | Green transition

Taming sound | Satellite antennas | Green transition 

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When the new meteorological satellites from 2023 are sent into Earth’s orbit to monitor the world’s weather and climate, part of their equipment will be sensitive antennas tested in DTU’s anechoic laboratory.  Read more
DTU collaborates with leading German audio technology company on developing software that can limit noise from outdoor concerts.  Read more
Professor Jacob Østergaard at Energy Supply: We need to act on several technological fronts to achieve the 70 per cent target of reducing climate gases... Read more

The CITIES project delivers digital and data-driven energy solutions for green transition
Through seven years of research, five DTU departments have been involved in developing and showing how data and AI make energy systems talk to each... Read more
Sustainability has been incorporated into all new buildings and all renovations at DTU, and generally characterizes life on campus, though it is not... Read more

Learn more about DTU's MSc programmes
Watch video presentations from DTU's MSc information Day 25 February. Videos are available until 7 March 2021. Read more
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Read DTU's latest research news on coronavirus
Several of DTU's researchers are involved in research projects aimed at alleviating the corona crisis and make us smarter of its effects on society... Read more

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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.

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