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2023
Head of Department and Professor at DTU Compute Jan Madsen. Photo: Hanne Kokkegård, DTU Compute
13 NOV

Jan Madsen: Computer scientists need to get serious about quantum computing

Speaking to a packed room at Digital Tech Summit the Head of DTU Compute, Jan Madsen, emphasised the critical role of computer science in bridging the gap between physical...

IT and cyber security Mathematics Physics
Mikal Schlosser
26 OCT

3D scans will uncover the secrets of gold treasure

One of the biggest collections of gold treasure in Danish history has been 3D scanned at DTU. Researchers are now trying to unfold the gold pieces digitally to uncover...

IT and cyber security Mathematics Physics
Ph.d.-studerende Pawel Pieta blotlægger den nøjagtige mikrostruktur af mozzarella ved hjælp af CT-skanninger. Foto: Bax Lindhardt
02 AUG

The hunt for perfect mozzarella

The perfect pizza includes cheese that melts just the right way. Scientists at DTU are looking deep inside the structure of mozzarella to help fully understand why some...

Food and fisheries IT and cyber security Mathematics Physics
2022
Foto: Bax Lindhardt.
18 MAR

Five prestigious grants for DTU researchers

A total of five researchers from DTU receive ERC Consolidator Grants of approximately DKK 15 mio. from the European Research Council.

Mobility Transport behaviour Innovation and product development Systems analysis Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases Light sources Micro and nanotechnology Optics
2021
Photo: Mikal Schlosser
03 SEP

Denmark gets its own unique 3D imaging centre

Armed with northern Europe’s biggest imaging centre, Denmark now plays a central role in the growing use of X-ray and neutron imaging.

Physics Energy and supply IT and cyber security Construction and mechanics Wind energy
3DIM på DTU har 3D-printet en underkæbe for Statens Naturhistoriske Museum på baggrund af data fra 3D-modellen, som man har lavet ud fra scanningen på DTU. Foto: 3DIM
23 APR

The technique behind 3D scanning of dinosaur skulls

In March 2021, DTU's 3D Imaging Center, 3DIM, in Lyngby has assisted the Natural History Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen with 3D scanning of a 66 million-year-old Tyrannosaurus...

Robot technology and automation Physics Image analysis Computer calculations Data analysis Hardware and components Software and programming Mathematical analysis Mathematical modelling
Forskere fra DTU Fysik og DTU Compute har i marts 2021 hjulpet Statens Naturhistoriske Museum i København med 3D-scanning af et 66 millioner år gammelt Tyrannosaurus rex-kranie, kaldet Casper. Scanningen er sket på 3D Imaging Center, 3DIM, i Lyngby i regi af det danske projekt DaSSCo, hvor Danmarks naturhistoriske museer sammen med DTU og med penge fra Uddannelses- og Forskningsministeriet skal opbygge en national platform for digitalisering af naturhistoriske samlinger. Foto: 3DIM
23 APR

DTU 3D scans dinosaur skull

DTU Compute and DTU Physics will develop new methods to (mass) digitize natural heritage animals and insects, so that museum objects are accessible to all, and at the...

Robot technology and automation Physics Image analysis Computer calculations Data analysis Hardware and components Software and programming Mathematical analysis Mathematical modelling
2019
Photo: Innovationsfonden
20 FEB

Cars to report on road condition

Leveraging modern car technology to continuously collect road data may help produce real-time digital images of road maintenance needs.

Mapping and surveying Data analysis Sensors Mathematical modelling Mobility
2017
Photo: Bjørn Lymann Jespersen
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 Energy and supply Physics IT and cyber security Health technology

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