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Foto Mikal Schlosser
19 OCT

New research centre for autonomous systems

The Centre for Collaborative Autonomous Systems represents the latest research in highly automated and intelligent systems and is linked to one of the world’s largest...

Foto: Bax Lindhardt
16 OCT

Three days focusing on sustainable technology and IT for girls

82 high school girls chose to spend three days during the autumn holidays in Lyngby to learn more about the technologies of the future. The girls came from as far away...

Electrotechnology Information technology Construction and mechanics
06 OCT

District heating digitalization contributes to 2030 targets

Using data and local weather forecasts instead of drawings of the supply network and simulations to control supply temperature can save the district heating sector money...

Energy Information technology
Colourbox
28 SEP

New solution for reducing CO2 from data centres and server rooms

Researchers at DTU will work with industrial companies to develop a new cooling and storage system for data centres and server rooms, which will be managed through artificial...

Energy Information technology Mathematics
Photo: Rasmus Degnbol, LINC.
28 SEP

Become a test passenger on self-driving shuttles

At the end of 2020, three self-driving shuttle buses will be tested at DTU Lyngby Campus. Sign up now to become a test passenger.

Transport and logistics
21 SEP

DTU’s best lecturers

“DTU has a large number of truly amazing teachers that we students can be proud of,” said the chairman of DTU’s student association PF at the election...

Foto: Bax Lindhardt
09 SEP

DTU ranked number two in research world ranking

In the new World University Research Rankings 2020 which focuses on three core areas of university research, DTU ranks second in the world and number one in Europe.

Scientific Advances
20 AUG

New liquid marker system helps medical doctors optimize precision in surgery and...

A research team headed by DTU Health Tech bridges diagnostic advances and therapeutic procedures.

Medicine and medico technology Health and diseases
QFA2020
01 JUL

Do you like quantum mechanics?

Would you like to go to Berlin November 1-7 2020? Then sign up for our challenge. We will send two students from Denmark to "Quantum Future Academy 2020" with all expenses...

Physics Electrotechnology Energy Information technology Chemistry Mathematics Materials Space research
Photo: Colourbox
22 JUN

Corona Crisis: Behavioural data reveals movement patterns

Researchers are using behavioural data from Facebook to understand how the Danish population is reacting to the government’s corona interventions and the gradual...

Information technology Data analysis
11 JUN

New MRI method improves detection of disease changes in the brain's network

New MRI method detects disease changes in the brain's network and demonstrates that the conventional method has been influenced by a known source of brain tissue.

Foto Bax Lindhardt
20 MAY

Independent Research Fund Denmark supports 23 projects

Independent Research Fund Denmark grants a total of DKK 696 million to fund original ideas. 23 researchers from DTU receive funding for new projects, including with focus...

Foto: Unsplash Daria Nepriakhina
01 MAY

Students behind COVID-19 app win hackathon

DTU students won the HackTheCrisis Denmark hackathon with an app that uses Bluetooth technology to register cases of infection. They have experienced how far you can come...

Information technology
Foto: Sani nudge
29 APR

Rapid Coronavirus tracing to prevent spread of infection

A digital tool aims to improve infection tracing and hand hygiene among healthcare professionals in hospitals and nursing homes. The aim is to help combat the spread of...

Information technology
16 APR

DTU researchers to change the game with digital tennis trainer

Researchers from DTU are developing the new and revolutionising smartphone app, Itracket, to make tennis practice easier and accessible to everyone. The app will be based...

Matematiktorvet på DTU Lyngby Campus. Foto Laura Stamer
03 APR

Mathematical tool to advise on reopening of society

Researchers at DTU and Aalborg University are working together to develop a mathematical management tool to help authorities make decisions about how society can be reopened...

Sune Lehmann. Foto: Thorkild Amdi Christensen
02 APR

New app to detect chains of infection

Professor Sune Lehmann from DTU Compute is the Danish contributor to a pan-European app aimed at reducing the spread of coronavirus.

Sune Lehmann deltager i projektet HOPE, hvor man i realtid vil undersøge sammenhængen mellem myndighedernes udmeldinger, mediernes dagsorden og befolkningernes adfærd. Foto Joachim Rode
26 MAR

Big data and behavioural analyses to guide through the crisis

The University of Copenhagen, Aarhus University, and DTU will contribute to the corona crisis management by analysing large amounts of data that will show whether public...

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01 MAR

Weakened synaptic connections in the brain can reveal Alzheimer's disease

New research indicates that people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease appear to have weakened synaptic connections in the brain. This new knowledge could pave the...

Health and diseases
Foto Alina Grubnyak - Unsplash
11 FEB

New model explains post-stroke brain oedema

In a new article in Science, a mathematical model from DTU is used to explain how fluid can build up in the brain in mice after a stroke.

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