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Globus - landkort med Nordsøen og Østersøen. Foto: Hanne Kokkegård
17 JUN

Digitalization will make electricity consumption more flexible

When the offshore wind turbines near the energy islands produce power, it has to be used - even in the middle of the night. Digitalizing the power grid can help us.

Mathematics Information technology Energy
Summer School - Young Researcher Entrepreneurship Academy - DTU, 22 May 2022. Credit: Mikal Schlosser
25 MAY

Summer school awakens ideas for tech startup

Young Researcher Entrepreneurship Academy equips PhD students and postdocs with a mindset to increase interest in entrepreneurship.

Information technology Mathematics
Photo: Bax Lindhardt. The main building - 324 - at the department DTU Compute.
20 MAY

DTU Compute strengthens focus on digital security

The department brings together research in cybersecurity and secure software systems into two sections and highlights at the same time the role of the engineer in society...

Information technology Mathematics
Hjertecentret på Rigshospitalet og DTU Compute skal sammen ved hjælp af et unikt dansk datasæt med patientundersøgelser indsamlet gennem mere end 10 år undersøge, om kunstig intelligens (AI) kan afsløre nye og hidtil ukendte tegn på hjertekar-sygdommene hjertestop og stroke.  Her læge i Hjertecentret på Rigshospitalet Klaus Fuglsang Kofoed og lektor Rasmus R. Paulsen fra forskningssektionen Visual Computing på DTU Compute. Foto: Rigshospitalet.
17 MAY

AI project investigates the risk of cardiac death and stroke

DTU and Rigshospitalet let artificial intelligence review unique patient data to find new ways to predict and prevent cardiovascular disease.

Mathematics Medicine and medico technology Image analysis Information technology
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
Lasse Engbo Christiansen, DTU Compute. Credit: Hanne Kokkegård
02 MAY

DTU Mathematician to help SSI build up an expert group

Lasse Engbo Christiansen has been central in the group that has calculated the development of the pandemic and the effect of restrictions and reopening.

Biotechnology and biochemistry Mathematics Health and diseases
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
22 APR

Great interest in meeting the chip industry on Chip Day

Denmark needs more trained chip designers, and DTU Compute is now increasing its efforts to get more students to choose that career path.

Electrotechnology Hardware and components Mathematics
Protein. Credit Colourbox
08 APR

New Machine Learning maps the potentials of proteins

In a unique collaboration, DTU Compute and DIKU have created a new technology that can help the biotech industry to develop new proteins faster.

Mathematics Geometry Enzymes and proteins
Eva Rotenberg, Associate Professor, AlogoLoG, DTU Compute
07 APR

The Carlsberg Foundation supports research in graph theory

For the next three years, Associate Professor Eva Rotenberg will explore the connection between geometry and algorithms in large networks in computer science.

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