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2022
06 MAY

First DTU microchip built with open source tools

Twelve students have designed a chip with free software, and it is being manufactured in the United States at no cost through a Google initiative.

Electrotechnology Information technology Mathematics
27 APR

Partnership to make cement more climate-friendly

DTU, FLSmidth, Danish Technological Institute and others will develop methods to replace fossil fuels with electricity in cement industry.

Energy Earth sciences Information technology Chemistry Construction and mechanics Mathematics
Lektor Silvia Tolu i laboratoriet. Foto: Bax Lindhardt | Assistant Professor Silvia Tolu in the laboratory. Photo: Bax Lindhardt.
15 FEB

Audacious search for the roots of Parkinson’s disease

A computational model being developed at DTU aims to help get to the roots of Parkinson’s disease to allow for future early diagnosis and treatment.

Computer calculations Health and diseases
Anders Bjarklev
10 FEB

Organizational change creates new departments at DTU

To support DTU’s strategy to develop sustainable technology for people and create stronger research environments, the University is now reorganizing its research in key...

Construction materials Climate adaptation Earth observation Electrotechnology
Moving robot with coloured ‘building blocks’ and drone. (Photo: Mikal Schlosser)
21 JAN

Robot competition promotes international research

Participation in international robotics competition encourages researchers to develop new and sought-after robotic technology for rescue operations, among other things...

Electrotechnology Robot technology and automation
Colourbox
12 JAN

DTU enters wide-ranging CCUS partnership

DTU is joining forces with 18 stakeholders to implement a roadmap for carbon capture, utilization, and storage.

Energy efficiency Energy storage Energy production Energy systems CO2 separation and CO2 storage Climate adaptation
Tom Keinicke Johansen (Photo: DTU Elektro)
11 JAN

"Super energetic"

Best teacher of the semester at DTU Electrical Engineering Tom Keinicke Johansen acknowledged at a virtual Department meeting.

Microwave technology Electromagnetism Antennas
2021
Tomislav Dragičević (Photo: Morten Larsen/Danmarks Frie Forskningsfond (DFF))
30 NOV

Funding for excellent and innovative research

42 of the most skilled researchers in Denmark receive funding from the Sapere Aude: DFF-Starting Grant. Five of them are from DTU.

Electrotechnology Electronics Energy
25 NOV

The energy islands are our common Mars mission

Denmark’s energy islands are hugely ambitious projects. It will require development and research—so let’s start now.

Energy Electricity supply Energy efficiency Energy production Wind energy Energy systems
Carlos Ribera Codina with lab robot (Photo: Private)
22 NOV

Thesis collaborations benefit students and companies

42 per cent of DTU’s MSc students write their theses in collaboration with companies. This is an opportunity to test the theory they have learned in real-world situations...

Robot technology and automation

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