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(Photo: Lotus Microsystems)
07 APR

World’s smallest power converter ready to go to market

The technology behind the world’s smallest power converter has been developed by researchers at DTU. Three of them have now founded a company that will produce and...

Electrotechnology Electronics Energy efficiency
Skycore Semiconductors (Photo: Skycore Semiconductors)
08 MAR

DTU spin-out will boost green transition efficiency

A new type of microchips for use in, for example, electric cars, street lamps, and your PC charger ensures a significantly lower energy loss and fills a market gap, which...

Electrotechnology Electronics Energy efficiency
Rødby Fjord wind turbines (Photo: Ingrid Riis)
02 MAR

Major new partnership to solve future energy challenges

A large new Danish-Swedish collaboration aims to tackle one of the major challenges of the green transition: to use renewable solar and wind energy intelligently and flexibly...

Solar energy Wind energy Energy systems CO2 separation and CO2 storage
01 MAR

Energy systems of tomorrow to be developed in giant lab

DTU’s energy laboratory at Risø Campus is now being expanded, so that researchers and development departments in the energy industry can test the sustainable...

The extension of DTU Skylab is, like all new buildings at DTU Campus, built in accordance with the DGNB Gold sustainability standard. Foto Sebastian Stigsby
24 FEB

Sustainability is a high priority on campus

Sustainability has been incorporated into all new buildings and all renovations at DTU, and generally characterizes life on campus, though it is not always visible. ...

Foto Torben Nielsen
11 FEB

We’re overlooking the low-hanging fruit in the green transition

Professor Jacob Østergaard at Energy Supply: We need to act on several technological fronts to achieve the 70 per cent target of reducing climate gases by 2030.

 Experimental set-up on football field near d & b in Backnang, Germany. (Photo: d&b)
11 FEB

Taming the sound from outdoor concerts

DTU collaborates with leading German audio technology company on developing software that can limit noise from outdoor concerts. 

Sound Health and diseases
Verdensmål
04 FEB

The CITIES project delivers digital and data-driven energy solutions for green...

Through seven years of research, five DTU institutes have been involved in developing and showing how data and AI make energy systems talk to each other. It saves money...

Energy Mathematics Computer calculations Data analysis Software and programming Systems and data security
DTU-ESA Spherical Near-Field Antenna Test Facility at DTU Electrical Engineering. (Photo: Kim Høltermand)
01 FEB

ESA satellite antennas tested in Denmark

When the new meteorological satellites from 2023 are sent into Earth’s orbit to monitor the world’s weather and climate, part of their equipment will be sensitive...

Antennas Satelittes Space technology and instruments
Photo: CATEC, Fundación Andaluza para el Desarollo Aeroespacial
14 JAN

EU project to develop new experts in flying robots

Under the auspices of a major new EU project, 15 young researchers are to be trained to develop drones for small flying robots that can maintain wind turbines, bridges...

Electrotechnology Robot technology and automation
2020
Havvindmøller_Photo Torben Nielsen
23 DEC

Energy islands in 2030: Where do we place the P2X facilities?

Energy Islands are becoming a reality in 2030 due to the plan recently approved by the Danish Government. Considering this future massive production of electricity, the...

Energy
Drone about to fly through a small crew hole during the go-no-go test. (Photo: Evangelos Boukas)
15 DEC

Drones for safety inspection of ships pass test

The drones to be used for safety inspections of ships in the future passed the first ‘go-no-go test’ with flying colours. The next step will involve further...

Robot technology and automation Transport safety
Mattia Marinelli
11 DEC

Adapted lectures perfectly to be carried out online

Best teacher of the semester at DTU Electrical Engineering Mattia Marinelli acknowledged at a virtual Department meeting.

Foto: Mikal Schlosser
09 DEC

Robots are getting better at handling unforeseen situations

In future, the agricultural sector will use collaborating robots to remove organic weeds and get the harvest done.

Robot technology and automation
Foto: Bax Lindhardt
09 DEC

“The world is changing under our feet”

Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential radically to change the way we live our lives. But the growing use of AI is also a cause for concern.

Robot technology and automation Information technology
Silvia Tolu (Photo: private photo)
24 NOV

Researcher in Neuro-robotics receives AEG Elektron Jr. Award

Assistant Professor Silvia Tolu from DTU Electrical Engineering was recently awarded with this year's AEG Elektron Junior Award.

Robot technology and automation
Rendering B. 357, DTU ETC
23 NOV

New test labs under contract for electromagnetic test centre

Milestone: The DTU Electromagnetic Test Centre has three new test laboratories under contract. The laboratories will be installed from mid-June 2021.

Antennas Electromagnetism Electrotechnology Satelittes Space technology and instruments
DTU-ESA Spherical Near-Field Antenna Test Facility (Photo: Alastair Philip Wiper)
20 NOV

DTU-ESA Facility passes Test Readiness Review

DTU-ESA Facility passes Test Readiness Review for MetOp SG Prototype Flight Model Measurement Campaign.

Antennas Electromagnetism Electrotechnology Microwave technology Satelittes Space technology and instruments
Provost Rasmus Larsen, Professor Frieder Lucklum, and Head of Department Preben Jørgensen, DTU Electrical Engineering. (Photo: Nadia Jane Larsen).
06 NOV

Inaugural lecture on acoustic-mechanical microsystems

Frieder Lucklum is a new Professor at the Centre for Acoustic-Mechanical Microsystems (CAMM) at DTU Electrical Engineering.

Sound Construction and mechanics Hearing aids Medical equipment and systems
Jiawei Wang
23 OCT

Six female scientists kick-start their careers

VILLUM FONDEN has granted a total of DKK 14 million to six researchers under the new Villum International Postdoc programme. Jiawei Wang, DTU Electrical Engineering is...

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