Robots and drones | Energy hub | Girls' Day in Science at DTU

Robots and drones | Energy hub | Girls' Day in Science at DTU

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Head of Department, Professor Kristian Stubkjær ends his attachment to DTU after 39 years of employment in many different job positions. Read more
Robots and drones
Robots that can read their surroundings and adapt their actions thereafter are currently being developed, says Professor Ole Ravn. Read more
A group of DTU researchers have made great progress in enabling drones to carry out small tasks with a robotic arm. The latest results will be presented... Read more
A new project will develop an intelligent drone, which will be able to recognize on its own more than 99% of the possible errors that may occur on ships... Read more
Electromagnetic activities
DTU Elektro’s building 353, housing the DTU-ESA Spherical Near-Field Antenna Test Facility and two other laboratories, has had a complete renovation... Read more
By the submission deadline on October 18th, 2019  a record high number of 1550+ scientific papers had been received; this exceeds the previous record... Read more
Energy hub
Energy hubs in the North Sea, that can collect and distribute energy from offshore wind farms to the European countries, are challenging the usual way... Read more
Girls' Day in Science at DTU

In connection with Girls’ Day in Science, DTU opened its doors to 336 girls from high schools and lower secondary schools (Years 7-9) on 2 October. Read more
2 October companies, science centers and universities opened up the doors for high school girls for them to see what science and tech is all about... Read more
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