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Best teachers | Electro prize | IEEE Fellow

Best teachers | Electro prize | IEEE Fellow

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Professor Pierre Pinson from DTU Electrical Engineering is this year’s recipient of the Electro Prize, awarded by the Danish Electro Foundation of the Danish Society of Engineers, IDA. Read more
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Teachers of the course 'Robust and fault-tolerant control' were acknowledged as best teachers of the semester at a Department staff meeting this Monday... Read more
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Professor Olav Breinbjerg of DTU Elektro’s Electromagnetic Systems group elevated to IEEE Fellow, effective from January 1st 2019. Read more
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A new project will revolutionise monitoring of hospitalised patients at special risk, thus reducing the incidence of complications and deaths.  Read more

“It is indeed a very special day where we can celebrate CAHR’s 15th birthday,”Kristian Stubkjær, Head of Department of Electrical Engineering, initiated... Read more
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Professor Philip Kuchel is visiting Center for Hyperpolarization in Magnetic Resonance (HYPERMAG) for an extended period, to participate in a series... Read more
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DTU Elektro researchers have been investigating different methods for leveraging the flexibility provided by the storage in Electric Vehicles. Amongst... Read more

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