Newsletter DTU Elektro September 2016
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Children as young as eight can use Fable, the robot module set, to build their own robots. Read more

Henrik Hautop Lund from the Center for Playware applies his technological knowledge to encourage people of all ages to play. When people take technology... Read more
David Kovacs is the driving force behind Engineering World Health’s initiatives at hospitals in Nepal—and will continue to dedicate huge efforts in... Read more
Professor Jeong-Guon Ih provides a fascinating, insightful and at times entertaining interview about his work, academic background, life and first... Read more
When the pigs on a farm in North Jutland suddenly began behaving erratically for no apparent reason, Esben Larsen from DTU Electrical Engineering set... Read more

Fredrik Tuxen is the brains behind Trackman, a radar device for measuring golfers’ strokes, developed in partnership with DTU students. Read more
DTU is heading the testing of new technology which will enable a fleet of electric cars to supply power to the grid. Read more
Last Friday 323 reindeer were struck by lightning. Professor at Center for Power and energy, DTU Elektro, Joachim Holbøll visited DR Vejret to explain... Read more
Developments from Center for Playware at DTU Electrical Engineering were broadcasted broadly in the television news this week, appearing in TV2 Nyhederne... 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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Department of Electrical Engineering
Ørsteds Plads
Building 348
2800 Kgs. Lyngby


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