Organization

DTU Electrical Engineering also known as DTU Elektro has around 200 employees. The department is organized into five research groups and a number of research centres which carry out state of the art research and educational activities.

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Click on the organizational chart above to see a larger version (pdf) also showing our centres.

See list with names of groups and centres and their acronyms below.

DTU Elektro also consists of a management secretariat maintaining HR and communication activities, PhD and study administration, EU fundraising as well as facility management.

The Head of Department has an Advisory Board consisting of representatives from relevant business areas. The Advisory Board gives advice on the department’s activities in education, research and innovation.

The Board of Studies at the department is responsible for formulating and planning DTU Elektro’s undergraduate and graduate courses as well as evaluation, grading and development of courses.

The Cooperation Committee at DTU Elektro is a forum for dialogue between management and employees. The development and future of the department is at the heart of the dialogue. The Cooperation Committee is composed of representatives of management and employees.

The Working Environment Committee at our department contributes to ensure that the working environment is properly secured and all work is performed in a healthy and safe way.

DTU Elektro’s offices and facilities are situated on both Lyngby and Risø Campuses.

Groups

Centres

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