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ERC Starting Grant | Electromagnetism | Green technologies

ERC Starting Grant | Electromagnetism | Green technologies

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Spyros Chatzivasileiadis has received an ERC Starting Grant to remove the barriers for the application of artificial intelligence in the electricity grid. This will unlock opportunities for a much safer and more efficient management of rapidly increasing renewable energy sources and electricity demand... Read more

The energy system of the future is green, interconnected and digital
Digitization is the prerequisite for a smart energy system. Hearing in the Parliament's Climate, Energy and Supply Committee on 21 September (in Danish... Read more

Research is crucial for the green technologies of the future
Read the column written by heads of departments Preben Jørgensen, Peter Hauge Madsen and Søren Linderoth (in Danish) Read more
Samel-Arslanagic
Electromagnetism is a subject many find very abstract and difficult to grasp. Associate Professor Samel Arslanagic has devoted much of his working life... Read more
New-Anechoic
The Electromagnetic Systems group has inaugurated a new anechoic chamber - the DTU ETC Scattering Measurement Facility - supplied by the French company... Read more
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The new building 357 for the DTU Electromagnetic Test Centre has progressed significantly during the summer period Read more

Awards distributed by Elektrofondet
One of this year's E-Candidate Awards goes to Markus Mogensen Henriksen for his graduation project at DTU. (in Danish) Read more

Smart sock from DTU aims to monitor blood clot symptoms
Researchers from DTU are developing a non-invasive device that can monitor symptoms of a potential blood clot cheap and efficiently with novel IoT and... Read more
More news and events
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In the new World University Research Rankings 2020 which focuses on three core areas of university research, DTU ranks second in the world and number... Read more

DTU’s innovation hub DTU Skylab doubles in size and creates space for both students and researchers as well as the opportunity to expand its collaborations... Read more

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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