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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.


Søren Pind, Minister for Education and Research, Eva Berneke, CEO KMD A / S and Anders Overgaard Bjarklev, Rector of DTU at the opening of the High Tech Summit

High Tech Summit 2017 at DTU

The High Tech Summit is part conference and part exhibition, with a focus on digitization of Danish industry.
High Tech Summit
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.

DTU Compute, Richard Petersens Plads, Kgs. Lyngby

Big Data•DTU

Center for Data Science and Engineering

Big Data•DTU is designed to boost research and education within the field of Big Data.

Big Data•DTU center
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.

Forskningens Døgn event 2016, DTU Compute, picture by Søren Kjeldgaard

DTU Compute

Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

Experiments with a bike - feel the difference on whether to adapt the consumption or not on your own two feet and effort. The challenge is to use a bicycle generator to stabilize the voltage in a modeled house.

CITIES - Centre for IT–Intelligent Energy System...
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 building contains facilities for education, research, administration and exhibitions.

DTU Compute in the Danish media