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2018
16 OCT

Cyber security: vulnerability can be turned into an advantage

Denmark’s position as the most digitalized country in Europe makes us vulnerable to cyber attacks.

Information technology Systems and data security
16 OCT

Cyber security: spin-out makes data immune

IT security firm Cybercrypt  turns the question of cyber security upside down and focuses on only protecting the most critical data: the secret encryption keys.  ...

Systems and data security Information technology
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
11 SEP

EUR 4.7 million to radical research ideas

Villum Fonden supports 53 new research ideas in their Villum Experiment programme . 18 grants were awarded to DTU researchers.

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
05 JUL

Strong support for DTU Health Technology

DTU receives strong support for establishing a new department with focus on health technology. Both from within the University and from existing and potential partners...

04 JUL

Big Data programme to boost Danish industry

As part of a Big Data project funded by The Danish Industry Foundation, in 2016, DTU Business and DTU Compute developed the Big Data Business Academy programme. The...

Data analysis IT systems
22 JUN

People constantly return to 25 places throughout their life

New scientific study shows that people constantly return to 25 places. The result will help researchers to understand human mobility.

DTU Compute in the media

 

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