09 APR

Massive Danish investment in artificial intelligence research

A new pioneer centre for artificial intelligence (AI) research that is expected to open in late 2021 could be the largest Danish venture into AI research ever.

Kim Knudsen, Kim Knudsen tiltræder 1. april 2021 som professor. Med sin grundbegejstring for faget vil han være med til at til styrke instituttets faglige profil inden for matematik, som udgør fundamentet til løsningen af samfundets store udfordringer.
31 MAR

DTU Compute appoints professor of applied mathematics

Kim Knudsen will take over as a professor on 1 April 2021. With his basic enthusiasm for the subject area, he will help to strengthen the department's academic profile...

Mathematical analysis Mathematical logics Mathematical modelling Statistics
The photo is from DynSys' summer school in August 2019 (before the Covid-19 crises), where 44 young researchers got hands-on experience with statistical modelling techniques for smart energy systems and intelligent energy savings, including calculating solar energy gain in buildings.
25 MAR

The UN's Sustainable Development Goals can benefit from a significant change in...

Last year, the pandemic changed several of the traditional summer schools to online courses. The reorganization supports DTU's goal of promoting the UN's SDG. And now DTU...

Energy systems Mathematical analysis Mathematical modelling Statistics Climate adaption
Morten Mørup, professor og studieleder på DTU Compute. Foto: Mikal Schlosser
24 MAR

Honorary prize to Professor of Machine Learning for Life Sciences

Professor Morten Mørup from DTU Compute receives Ingeborg og Leo Dannins Legat for Videnskabelig Forskning for his contribution to the research in brain scan data...

Health and diseases Image analysis Computer calculations Data analysis Software and programming Mathematical analysis Mathematical modelling
Billedet er fra 2015: Johan Rojek står foran DTU’s hovedindgang. Det har hans smartphone allerede registreret.  Foto: Iben Julie Schmidt
21 MAR

International use of unique mobile data from DTU

Several international covid-19-related articles, published recently in e.g. Nature magazines, are based on data from a DTU project that ended in 2016.

Mathematical modelling Data analysis Software and programming Telecommunication
Caption: An opened IoT device from Toitware. Photo: Jesper Scheel.
25 FEB

DTU students hack to improve IoT security

Students from DTU are being taught how to hack Internet of Things devices from the business world. The purpose is to create a safer world of IoT devices.

Systems and data security Telecommunication Software and programming IT systems Hardware and components
24 FEB

Smaller businesses get help to increase cyber security

Together with six partners, DTU Compute will help Danish software companies to think about IT security in product development, right from the beginning.

$name IT systems Software and programming Systems and data security
15 FEB

3D images provide important knowledge about brain health

DTU Compute has developed algorithms and image analysis tools that help to increase the understanding of how diseases attack tissue in order to improve MRI techniques for...

Image analysis Data analysis Mathematical modelling Health and diseases
04 FEB

The CITIES project delivers digital and data-driven energy solutions for green...

Through seven years of research, five DTU institutes have been involved in developing and showing how data and AI make energy systems talk to each other. It saves money...

Energy Mathematics Computer calculations Data analysis Software and programming Systems and data security
03 FEB

Head of Department Per B. Brockhoff is new digital wise man

DTU Compute's Head of Department, Professor Per B. Brockhoff, is a newly appointed digital wise man at the Academy of Technical Sciences (ATV). He believes that Denmark...

Fotograf: Mikal Schlosser
02 FEB

Mathematics applied: How close was Denmark's national handball team on the World...

‘Landin-cross section’ and goalpost in. Associate Professor Poul G. Hjorth from DTU Compute uses the mathematics to analyze Denmark's quarterfinal, which nearly...

22 JAN

46 mio. kr. for seven young researchers

Seven young DTU researchers receive Villum Young Investigator grants for a total of DKK 46 million.

Foto Bax Lindhardt
14 JAN

Machine learning to prevent cyberattacks

Universities are working with IT security company to block virus-infected websites before users click on them.

Systems and data security Information technology
05 JAN

DTU is Part of a New National Centre for Digital Technologies

DTU Compute and the DTU ecosystem for entrepreneurship is going to play a significant role in a new, digital research, education and innovation centre. The centre aims...

Photo: Ingeniøren
21 DEC

Lars Maaløe appointed adjunct associate professor at DTU

The appointment of Lars Maaløe as adjunct associate professor at DTU strengthens its valuable work on artificial intelligence with the addition of a unique Danish...

11 DEC

New approach can improve COVID-19 predictions worldwide

Methods currently used around the world for predicting the development of COVID-19 and other pandemics fail to report precisely on the best and worst case scenarios. Newly...

Medicine and medico technology Mathematics
Foto: Bax Lindhardt
09 DEC

“The world is changing under our feet”

Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential radically to change the way we live our lives. But the growing use of AI is also a cause for concern.

Robot technology and automation Information technology
Foto: Bax Lindhardt
01 DEC

Fair treatment with AI

Prejudices and stereotypes can be reflected in algorithms used in the public health service. Researchers now want to develop fair algorithms.

Information technology Health and diseases
Foto: Unsplash
01 DEC

“You trust a voice”

Students from Artificial Intelligence and Data would like ethical guidelines after testing advanced models for voice conversion.

Information technology Entrepreneurship
Foto: Biofos A/S / Hviidphotography
01 DEC

Less costly wastewater treatment using AI

Smarter wastewater treatment management can shave 10-20 per cent off treatment plants’ operating costs.

Information technology Environment and pollution Waste water and water discharge

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