Project Day

We offer your company a professional cooperation with a graduate student in Master of Science in Engineering for a period of 6 months.

Project Day - DTU Electrical Engineering


Date: The next PROJECT DAY will be held on Wednesday 9 November 2022.

Place: -

13:00 Welcome and introductory speech by Professor, Deputy Head of Department, Michael A.E. Andersen - the MSc Programmes at DTU Electrical Engineering
13:10 Project presentations 
14:00 Short break 
14:10 Project presentations 
15:00 Short break
15:10 Project presentations 
15:45 Q & A

Sign up before 4 November 2022: Kerstin Lunding Smith (

Registration of projects:

If you wish to provide project proposals, please log on DTU's Internship and Project bank and fill in an online form for each project proposal.

Project proposals for the 2020 Project Day must be registered in DTU's Internship and Project Bank preferably before the 4 November 2022.

The MSc programme in Electrical Engineering allows the student to participate in work at all levels, including advanced theories, methods, and components for practical systems and applications in, e.g., satellites, robots, and wind turbines. They learn to understand the theory and apply mathematical methods for designing or analyzing problems in a given area.  Focus is on systematic problem solving and synthesis, and you will acquire specialized knowledge in an area of your own choice.

The MSc in Electrical Engineering has five optional study lines.

The Master Thesis marks the completion of the MSc programme and it is nominally conducted in the 4th semester of the 2-year programme.

Project rules

The project must involve solving major Technical Engineering tasks including planning, execution and reporting. The project corresponds to 840-980 hours of work per student and must be executed individually or in groups of two students.

A project can be undertaken entirely or in part at a company in Denmark or abroad. The academic contents must be agreed with the DTU supervisor. It is the responsibility of the supervisor to ensure a sufficiently high academic/theoretical level in the project. The project must be documented in a report or similar. The credit point total is based solely on the anticipated workload entailed by the project such that the duration of the placement with the company does not in itself carry any credit points.

Students are recommended to draw up a proposal to be signed jointly by the student, supervisor and company since all three parties must be in agreement as to the project.

The particulars of the proposal should set out the principal details of the project: project title/abstract, specific assignments, expected working hours/hours of attendance, length of stay with the company. Should the company insist upon non-disclosure and access to use rights from the project two separate agreements can be made with the student and DTU.

Read more about the rules and regulations in DTU Study Handbook


Kerstin Lunding Smith
PhD and study administrator
DTU Electrical Engineering
+45 45 25 36 71


Lazaros Nalpantidis
Professor, Head of Group, Head of Studies
DTU Electro
+45 51 62 17 76


Efren Fernandez Grande
Associate Professor
DTU Electro
+45 45 25 39 40


Ziwei Ouyang
Associate Professor
DTU Electro
+45 45 25 57 64