Oxygen robot | Distance learning | Metamaterials

Oxygen robot | Distance learning | Metamaterials

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High demand for Danish O2matic robot ensuring correct amount of oxygen for patients with respiratory problems. DTU contributes to developing a new version of the robot for home use. Read more
Coronavirus situation
DTU has been monitoring the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) with great attention since January, following the authorities' recommendations. Read more
Employees and students have effectively adapted to the new digital operations, but new ways to interact socially are needed, says Anders Bjarklev. Read more
The coronavirus has impacted daily life. But for Hjörtur Jóhannsson, the teaching situation, as it so often is - is online. Here are his best tips for... Read more
Department news
Friday, 6 March DTU celebrated the new autonomous systems test facility's topping-out with the involved contractors, and some of the future users.  Read more
A young researcher has demonstrated that metamaterials have promising soundproofing effects, both in theory and practice. Read more
Student recruitment

Young visitors poured in when DTU opened its doors to Open House 2020. More than 500 students wearing green sweaters with the Danish slogan—’Gør noget... Read more
DTU has seen an increase from 2,500 quota 2 applicants in 2019 to 2,700 in 2020. Read more
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