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2018
12 OCT

How planar graphs can solve your morning hassle

Getting to work in the morning before the first meeting starts or getting back home again before the day care closes, can be a challenge to everyone’s work/life balance...

Software and programming IT systems Data analysis
10 OCT

Intelligent patch warns of infected wounds

Infections in surgical wounds make up an estimated two per cent of all hospital expenses in Denmark.

Information technology Bacteria and microorganisms Chemistry
24 AUG

New hacker lab aims to improve security on the Internet

DTU opens a hacker lab where students will learn how to hack—for the sake of cyber security.

Systems and data security
21 AUG

New hacker lab

DTU opens a hacker lab where students will learn how to hack—for the sake of cyber security.

Systems and data security
06 JUN

A picture says more than a thousand words

Imaging is all about creating images. Already widely used in, e.g., medical diagnostics and drug development, imaging is destined to become a core technology in Industry...

Mathematical analysis Image analysis
06 JUN

Advanced visualizations for companies

DTU’s 3D Imaging Centre assists companies in looking into materials in 3D and in real-time.

Image analysis
03 MAY

Digitalization, health, food and biotech set the stage for High Tech Summit 2018

DTU’s High Tech Summit is attracting considerable interest from the business community who have already bought or booked 60 of the 70 stands.

Information technology Biotechnology and biochemistry Medicine and medico technology Food, fish and agriculture
16 APR

New AI education boosts IT interest

This summer, DTU Compute launches a new Bachelor programme in Artificial Intelligence and Data. But not only has the interest in the new BSc programme been massive since...

Data analysis Software and programming Mathematical modelling
27 MAR

Should we fear AI?

Prominent personalities like scientist Stephen Hawking and SpaceX and Tesla inventor Elon Musk are among those who describe artificial intelligence as nothing less than...

Robot technology and automation Electrotechnology Computer calculations Data analysis IT systems Software and programming Mathematical modelling
27 MAR

New AI study programme

New BSc Eng programme will educate engineers to become digital designers of the future.

Robot technology and automation Information technology
25 JAN

Your Facebook or phone can stop a disease outbreak

A new study, involving researchers from DTU Compute and using data from DTU students, discovers the usefulness of social media and mobile phone data in preventing diseases...

Information technology Computer calculations Data analysis Mathematical modelling
19 JAN

Japanese robots appointed teaching assistants

Two 120-centimetre tall humanoid robots are to carry out teaching and research tasks at DTU and greet ministers on the red carpet.

Hardware and components
15 JAN

Artificial intelligence breaks the code to true love

The Danish TV channel DR3’s programme ‘The Love Code' uses a self-learning algorithm developed at DTU to help singles find their soulmate.

Information technology Software and programming
12 JAN

Eva Rotenberg receives the SODA Best Paper Award

Assistant Professor at the Algorithms Logic and Graphs section at DTU Compute Eva Rotenberg together with co-authors receives Best Paper Award at the ACM-SIAM Symposium...

IT systems
2017
Photo: Thorkild Amdi Christensen
15 DEC

Fair play through machine learning

Used properly, artificial intelligence will be a tool in creating a more just society, according to Machine Learning pioneer Zoubin Ghahramani.

Information technology
07 DEC

New generation of 3D printing requires almost no post-processing

In collaboration with three Danish companies, researchers from DTU have now proved that metal 3D prints can be produced with almost no post-processing.

Construction and mechanics Information technology
27 NOV

Phone shows sleep patterns

800 students received a free smartphone in the Sensible DTU project, in exchange for allowing researchers to monitor all their activities anonymously.

Data analysis
26 OCT

DTU start-up gets massive boost in San Francisco

Peergrade, a young company founded by a PhD student from DTU Compute, has joined the exclusive club of entrepreneurs under the American accelerator Y Combinator’s umbrella...

Information technology
09 OCT

The 2017 Nils Foss Excellence Prize for innovative food research goes to DTU

On 20 November 2017, the Nils Foss Excellence Prize will be awarded to an internationally recognized researcher for achievement within food science innovation and research...

Food, fish and agriculture Statistics Mathematics Information technology
27 SEP

Machines recognize feelings using algorithm and Emojis

With 64 emojis and DKK 1.2 billion tweets, an algorithm has learned to recognize sarcasm in text messages. The method can revolutionize computers’ understanding of human...

Information technology
08 AUG

It’s all about digitization

The fourth industrial revolution is based on digitization. The sheer number of new, faster and cheaper technologies is making it easier for businesses to digitalize. And...

Robot technology and automation Computer calculations Data analysis IT systems Production and management
08 AUG

Soon hospital beds will take their own baths

Researchers and hospital employees are developing robots that can transport hospital beds to an automatic washing facility without being touched by human hands.

Robot technology and automation Computer calculations Data analysis IT systems Production and management
08 AUG

The Internet of Things—and machines: Linking machines to machines

Linking industrial machinery, robots, and systems together holds considerable potential. However, it also requires a high level of security to avoid both breakdowns and...

Robot technology and automation Computer calculations Data analysis IT systems Production and management Construction and mechanics
13 JUN

Ten researchers receive grants for 'wild' experiments

VILLUM FONDEN is giving ten researchers up to DKK 2 million (EUR 268,000) each in funding to explore novel ideas. The money is earmarked for innovative and ‘wild’ ideas...

Biotechnology and biochemistry Energy Physics Information technology Medicine and medico technology
05 MAY

Encryption company wins NATO innovation award

The company Dencrypt , with advanced encryption technology from DTU, is among the 10 winners of NATO’s Defence Innovation Challenge.

Systems and data security Information technology Telecommunication
16 APR

Novo Nordisk Foundation Grant

RESEARCHERS AIM AT REDUCING THE EXCESS MORTALITY OF PEOPLE WITH SEVERE MENTAL DISORDERS BY IMPROVING INDIVIDUAL TREATMENT

Information technology Medicine and medico technology
06 FEB

DTU security centre will strengthen research and collaboration

A new centre—Security DTU—will strengthen DTU’s research and facilitate access for public authorities and companies to the University’s knowledge in the field of security...

Materials Information technology Environment and pollution
03 FEB

Millions for research into the treatment of heart patients and psychiatric and...

Innovation Fund Denmark has granted DKK 27 million to two major health-promoting projects carried out at the  Copenhagen Center for Health Technology, CACHET...

Data analysis Computer calculations IT systems Software and programming Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases Mathematics
23 JAN

Five young researchers can step up their research

Five DTU researchers under the age of 40 receive a total of almost DKK 46 million (EUR 6,2 million) from VILLUM FONDEN and can now speed up their research careers.

Chemistry Information technology Physics Mathematics
16 JAN

Hired as a hacker

Emil Gurevitch is on his way to Silicon Valley, having helped improve IT security at SEAS-NVE and many other electricity grid companies.

Information technology
02 JAN

CACHET Receives Funding for two Large Projects from the Innovation Fund Denmark

The projects seek to develop and evaluate new healthcare monitoring technology for heart rhythm and psychiatric and neurological diseases. The goals are to enable early...

Information technology Medicine and medico technology
2016
Foto: Kaare Smith
17 NOV

Students predicts this summer’s beer sales

Four DTU students secured first place in the autumn Open Innovation X finals with a data-driven ‘Beer Forecast’ model that can optimize future beer sales for Danish Royal...

Information technology Data analysis
01 NOV

CACHET to participate in €4 million European Research Network focused on technology...

TEAM, a new €4 million research and training network focused on developing new technologies that can support mental health services for young people, was formally announced...

Information technology Medicine and medico technology
11 OCT

Deep learning hands-on course for companies

Statistical artificial intelligence and deep learning have received a lot of attention in the recent years due to the impressive advances within the field in areas such...

Data analysis IT systems
21 SEP

New researcher trend attracts EU attention

Open Science is a new and rapidly growing phenomenon in the research world—with data, research results, and knowledge being gathered and shared at a continuously increasing...

Information technology
05 SEP

Voice can be used to detect depressive and manic episodes in bipolar disorder

Analysis of everyday speech from smartphone has shown to be a sensitive and valid measure of depression and mania in bipolar disorder.

Medicine and medico technology Information technology
04 AUG

At the forefront of solar power

Sunshine can be hard to predict. However, new software will make it possible to predict the electricity production from a photovoltaic (solar cell) system.

Energy Solar energy Wind energy Software and programming Computer calculations
22 JUL

Better images on the way

There is good news for graphic designers and web designers who know how time-consuming it is to make cutouts of images—and have seen how poor the quality can be when using...

Mathematics Image analysis
30 JUN

Fulbright Scholar joins DTU Compute

In fall 2016 Jennifer Strater from USA will join the Formal Methods section at DTU Compute as a MSc student and Fulbright scholar.

Data analysis Computer calculations Software and programming
19 MAY

Ministry of Defence buys encryption technology developed by DTU

The DTU spin-out Dencrypt will deliver encryption modules for confidential Ministry of Defence communication.

Information technology
18 MAY

The dreamy computer

Image creation in computers resembles human dreams where we sometimes imagine things that we have not actually experienced. This is the conclusion of a research collaboration...

Image analysis Computer calculations Data analysis
10 MAY

DTU student receives Science Award for video on social networks

How can complex research data be presented on a video in a creative and easily understandable way? Student Ulf Aslak Jensen from DTU Compute solved that challenge and won...

Information technology Mathematics
08 APR

New issue of Technologist out now

The feature story in the new issue of DTU’s international magazine, Technologist, is about how we will be moving around in our big cities in the future.

Transport behaviour Transport economy Mobility Entrepreneurship Innovation and product development Medical equipment and systems Computer calculations Mapping and surveying Biological systems
21 MAR

Crowdsourcing enriches archives

The Danish Broadcasting Corporation ( Danmarks Radio, DR ) has somewhere in the region of a million hours of audio recordings, and desperately needs a system to put them...

Information technology
11 MAR

The cities can become fossil-free, if they think 'smart'

Cities are major energy consumers and thus also CO 2 emitters. However, it is precisely the many different urban infrastructures and energy units that may be the key...

Electronics Electricity supply Energy efficiency Energy storage Fossil fuels Energy production Energy systems IT systems Climate adaption CO2 separation and CO2 storage
11 MAR

Software saves millions on urban heating

For the sake of safety, district heating water was previously heated more than adequately. Using software developed at DTU, the temperature in the network is lowered...

CO2 separation and CO2 storage Air pollution IT systems Software and programming Energy efficiency Energy production Power stations
11 MAR

Clean water on green power

Ingenious software enables operators to move the most energy-consuming processes of the wastewater system to times of the day with plenty of cheap renewable energy. In...

CO2 separation and CO2 storage Computer calculations Data analysis Software and programming IT systems Energy efficiency Energy production
11 MAR

No need to lie still in the scanner of the future

Senior Researcher Oline Vinter Olesen is working on transforming a seven-year-old idea into a business, backed by DTU, Harvard, and Rigshospitalet.

Medicine and medico technology Medical equipment and systems Hardware and components Image analysis
15 FEB

Better X-ray screening to improve safety at airports

The growing safety challenge in air traffic often creates chaos and delays in airports’ luggage handling. Now a number of companies and research groups in the Danish...

Physics Image analysis Computer calculations
08 FEB

Technological ‘hot or not’ in 2016

Plastic solar cells, fusion energy, virtual reality and new forms of chemical energy are set to become popular technologies in 2016—if you ask five DTU researchers, who...

Information technology Physics Energy
2015
01 DEC

Mathematical breakthrough boosts rail safety

When Rail Net Denmark (Banedanmark) starts replacing its old signal systems next year, safety levels will have been calculated at DTU using a completely new method.

Mathematics Mathematical modelling Transport and logistics Transport safety Information technology Software and programming
04 NOV

Big Data centre

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

Data analysis Information technology
27 OCT

Seven million from the Danish Industry Foundation to Big Data project

The Danish Industry Foundation supports the Big Data Business Academy project. The project is to try to identify the potential of Big Data through a collaboration between...

Information technology
06 OCT

Algorithm to find your favourite tracks

Postdoc Jens Madsen is developing an algorithm which can find just the right music to suit your mood and situation from millions of tracks. 

Information technology
28 SEP

Computer expert who thinks outside the box

Jan Madsen is a professor and Deputy Director at DTU Compute , an expert in embedded systems, and fascinated by how his knowledge of computer systems can be used in...

Information technology
15 SEP

Students driving innovation in large companies

This autumn, DTU students will be turning up the volume on creativity, driving innovation at major IT giants such as IBM and KMD, amongst others. This is the focus of...

Information technology
24 JUN

Danish Council for Independent Research awards DKK 34.6 million

Four DTU researchers have been awarded the Danish Council for Independent Research’s Sapere Aude grants. The grants amount to DKK 34.6 million for research within such...

Biological systems Cells Quantum theory and atomic physics IT systems Software and programming Systems and data security
29 MAY

Apps can monitor your movements

WiFi information—data from wireless routers—which is routinely collected by an Android smartphone can provide highly accurate information about your whereabouts 90 per...

Systems and data security Telecommunication Data analysis
19 MAY

Shortcut through data jungle

New methods of compressing data may be the solution to many of the challenges posed by growing volumes of ‘big data’. New smart compression algorithms enable working...

Information technology Mathematics
18 MAY

Mathematics reduces risk of train collision

When Rail Net Denmark (Banedanmark) next year starts replacing obsolete signalling systems with new technology, a new type of safety calculation will be employed...

Information technology Mathematics
30 APR

Big Data Hackathon May 2015

We repeat the success from last year and will now hold a Big Data Hackathon. This time Microsoft and DTU Compute invite you to the Big Data Hackathon 2015.

Computer calculations Data analysis IT systems Systems and data security Mathematical modelling
10 APR

Per Christian Hansen named SIAM Fellow

SIAM Fellows Class of 2015 includes 31 noteworthy professionals who have made significant contributions to the fields of applied mathematics and computational science.

Information technology Mathematics
17 MAR

Fossil-free future within reach

Is it realistic to envisage large Danish towns and cities running exclusively on sustainable energy in 2025? Yes it is, according to a DTU researcher.

Energy Electricity supply Energy production Wind energy Mathematics Mathematical modelling Computer calculations
11 MAR

Two sleepless days produced a business plan

Having been given data by the Municipality of Lyngby-Tårbæk and 48 hours to work on them, the winners of the Big Data Hackathon developed a concept that they are now turning...

Construction and mechanics Energy Information technology
09 FEB

DTU appoints new Head of Department for DTU Compute

As of 15 February Professor Rasmus Larsen is the new Head of Department for DTU Compute . He comes from a position as head of section and Head of the Researcher Training...

Information technology Mathematics
09 JAN

Support for research into brain diseases and cancer treatment

Research groups from DTU are participating in two interdisciplinary projects that receive millions in funding from the Novo Nordisk Foundation.

Biotechnology and biochemistry Data analysis Nanomedicine Health and diseases Medicine and medico technology
2014
08 DEC

'Pocket-size' chemical lab

The subject of Kasper Understrup’s master’s thesis has the potential to reduce DTU’s biochip expenses to a fraction of their current level.

Chemistry Information technology
06 NOV

DTU to teach the artificial intelligence 'Watson'

As the only university in the Nordic countries, DTU has been selected by IBM to offer courses in the self-learning IT program Watson.

Data analysis IT systems Software and programming
07 OCT

Dynamic encryption keeps secrets

Professor Lars Ramkilde Knudsen from DTU Compute has invented a new way to encrypt telephone conversations that makes it very difficult to ‘eavesdrop’. His invention...

Systems and data security Information technology
15 SEP

PhD degree granted to Kasper Eskelund

On Friday Sepember 12, Kasper Eskelund successfully defended his PhD project Electrophysiological assessment of audiovisual integration in Speech perception.

Electrotechnology Medical equipment and systems Computer calculations
07 JUL

Inverse Viking

Professor  Bill Lionheart from the University of Manchester is visiting DTU Compute as an Otto Mønsted Foundation visiting professor working with professor Per Christian...

Information technology
28 MAY

Mathematical model means more powdered milk

Sharp-eyed monitoring software increases powdered milk production by up to five per cent, boosting income and growth for the company GEA Process Engineering, which supplies...

Software and programming
26 MAY

Ambitious Big Data study programme boosts Danish business sector

Today, on 26 May, DTU published details of its new specialist programme in Data Science (Big Data)—a course that will benefit both public sector authorities and the private...

Data analysis Systems and data security
09 MAY

Invitation to the opening of the exhibition "When the detective is a mathematician...

On Monday 12 May DTU Library, Lyngby, is opening this new exhibition.

Information technology
28 APR

Digitized food

“Computer processing power and mathematical modelling are required to generate 3D models of the foods and beverages—such as milk—we consume. In the future, 3D models of...

Information technology
08 APR

Danish research leads facial analysis research

A ground-breaking research project focusing on estimating facial characteristics based on DNA can, in time, aid patients with mental disorders and help to solve crimes...

Computer calculations
10 FEB

‘Flying squad’ sorts out figures for the business community

Sharp minds from DTU Compute support enterprises that have hit a dead end with mathematical problems.

Information technology
10 FEB

DTU professor behind non-hackable mobile phone

Spin-out company will keep private conversations private.

Systems and data security
17 JAN

DTU Compute researchers cooperate with Soonr on data security

DTU Compute professor Lars Ramkilde Knudsen and his research group cooperate with the Danish-American file sharing service Soonr about the development of a product which...

Information technology Systems and data security
10 JAN

Two DTU Compute researchers make big data more secure

The two DTU Compute researchers Postdoc Trine Julie Abrahamsen and Professor Lars Kai Hansen have discovered that computers making decisions based on big data often have...

Information technology Data analysis
06 JAN

DKK 44 million for research into intelligent smart green cities

DTU Compute receives the largest grant in 2013 from the Danish Council for Strategic Research Council of DKK 44 million. The funding will go towards the CITIES centre...

Information technology
03 JAN

DKK 44 million for research into intelligent smart green cities

DTU Compute receives the largest grant in 2013 from the Danish Council for Strategic Research Council of DKK 44 million. The funding will go towards the CITIES centre...

Information technology
2013
10 DEC

DTU Compute in race for artificial pancreas

A DTU Compute research group will publish all their research details in the hope of becoming the first to launch an artificial pancreas on the market.

Information technology
10 DEC

AppGarage celebrates its first anniversary with style!

On Monday 2 December 2013 AppGarage celebrates its first anniversary with a classic Demo Day event combined with a pitch competition. 

Information technology
08 NOV

Distinguished award and new competence course in Cyber security

DTU Compute professor Lars Ramkilde Knudsen has just received the prestigious IBM Faculty Award.

Systems and data security
28 AUG

IT prize to DTU Compute honours student Piotr Borowian

The society “Dansk Selskab for Datalogi” and Dansk IT have awarded a prize of DKK 10,000 to DTU Compute honours student Piotr Borowian for the best MSc thesis 2012 within...

Information technology Software and programming
28 JUN

Associate Professor Morten Mørup will map the overall patterns of connectivity...

Researchers aim to create a map of the brain’s nervous system which you may compare with an atlas of the brain’s motorways, highways and side streets. This is called the...

Information technology Software and programming
28 JUN

Prize to Associate Professor Morten Mørup

On 20 June 2013 the foundation “H.K.H. Prinsgemalens Fond” awarded Associate Professor Morten Mørup, DTU Compute, a prize of DKK 15,000 at the royal yacht “Kongeskibet...

Information technology Software and programming
27 MAY

Babies have the same consciousness as adults

DTU Compute researcher at the Cognitive Systems section Carsten Stahlhut reveals ground-breaking news that babies possess consciousness.

Information technology
07 MAY

Prize to DTU Compute for public-sector consultancy

Professor Bjarne Ersbøl, DTU Compute, receives DTU’s prize for dedicated public-sector consultancy at DTU’s Annual Party on 3 May 2013.

Information technology
07 MAY

Professor Paul Seymour appointed honorary doctor at DTU

Professor Paul Seymour was awarded honorary doctor at DTU’ Annual Party on 3 May 2013.

Information technology
2009
06 OCT

Immersing oneself in the world of mathematics

The first batch of students doing Denmark’s only elite study programme in mathematics at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) have just begun their studies.

Information technology

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