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Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and Margrethe Vestager with Head of Department, DTU Compute, Helle Rootzen, and President Anders Bjarklev, visit at DTU Compute, May 2014, photo Poul Erik Thamdrup

Helle Thorning-Schmidt and Margrethe Vestager visit DTU Compute

Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and the Minister for Economic Affairs and the Interior, Margrethe Vestager, visited DTU in Lyngby on Monday, 5 May. The aim of the visit was to gain insight into how promising new technologies in practice can help to shape future production and retain and attract new knowledge and production jobs to Denmark.

Photo Sonja Iskov

DTU Compute

Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

You'll find DTU Compute in the buildings 303B, 321, 322 and 324 at DTU Lyngby Campus. Our reception is in building  303B.

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Students in building 324, photo Sonja Iskov

DTU Compute

Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

All engineering students have to pass our department as part of their DTU education.

At the same time we train many engineers who become specialists in our fields. Together with our students we create knowledge and innovation, so that we can develop the future society.


Deputy Head of Department Jan Madsen, Danish Minister of Defence Nicolai Wammen and DTU President Anders Bjarklev at the celebration of the special competence course in Cyber Security under the Computer Security programme, photo Mikal Schlosser

Danish Minister of Defence at DTU

Cyber Security

The Danish Minister of Defence Nicolai Wammen is received by Jan Madsen, Deputy Head of DTU Compute, and Anders Bjarklev, DTU President, at the celebration of the special competence course in Cyber Security under the Computer Security programme on 5 November 2013.

Students in building 324, photo Sonja Iskov

DTU Compute

Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

We still think that attendance, lectures and group work are important when you learn mathematics. 

But we also know that Mathematics 1 contains 14 very different bachelor programmes and that DTU students want to find the working methods which suit the individual student best.

App Garage students in building 324, photo Sonja Iskov

DTU Compute

Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

AppGarage is a socalled hackerspace where students interested in the development and commercialisation of apps have free hands to work on exactly the project he or she finds most exciting.

AppGarage
Lecture room in building 324, photo Adam Mørk

DTU Compute

Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

The architechts and contractors behind building 324, erected in 2012, are Christensen & CO arkitekter a/s. The 4,500 m² new building contains facilities for education, research, administration and exhibitions.

Bjarne Ersbøll, professor at DTU Compute, koordinator for educational profile Data Science/Big Data

New interdisciplinary graduate course: "Data Science/Big Data"

LEGO robot - private photo

Matematicum - DTU Compute's mathematics visiting facility primarily aimed at highschool students.

DTU Compute in the media

 

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