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Ben Cahill leder af DTU Skylab Digital. Foto: Peter Aagaard Brixen
22 OCT

DTU opens new digital development laboratory

Digital technologies must be developed based on users’ day-to-day needs, says Ben Cahill, who heads DTU Skylab Digital.

Entrepreneurship Innovation and product development IT systems Software and programming Data analysis
Foto: Bax Lindhardt
18 OCT

Young women exploring robots and programming

40 young women attended the IT camp at DTU during the mid-term holidays. The camp aimed to spark their curiosity regarding educational and job-related opportunities within...

Information technology IT systems Software and programming Hardware and components
02 JUL

DTU Compute part of new Danish Hub for Cybersecurity

DTU Compute is part of the new Danish Hub for Cybersecurity granted by The Danish Industry Foundation.

Systems and data security Information technology
Learning start-up
24 APR

Bachelor of Engineering student brings new life to knowledge

Bachelor of Engineering student, Jonas Vollhaase Mikkelsen brings new life to knowledge, fast and cheap. Jonas has developed an algorithm that makes the automated video...

IT systems Entrepreneurship
Photo: Thorkild Christensen
15 APR

Abundance of information narrows our collective attention span

New study in Nature Communications finds increasingly narrow peaks of collective attention over time, supporting a ‘social acceleration’ occurring across different...

Computer calculations Data analysis
Per Christian Hansen. Foto: Joachim Rode
03 APR

Mathematics professor named VILLUM Investigator

Professor Per Christian Hansen from DTU Compute receives a VILLUM Investigator grant of DKK 35 million. He will develop new algorithms that can describe the uncertainty...

Mathematical analysis Mathematical modelling Statistics Computer calculations Software and programming
Foto Colourbox
18 MAR

EU strengthens cybersecurity research

A new large research network will strengthen European cybersecurity capacity. DTU represents Denmark in CyberSec4Europe pilot project.

Systems and data security
Foto Colourbox
05 MAR

Augmented reality can remove lorry’s blind spots

Three students have developed a system that eliminates blind spots by creating the illusion for the driver that the lorry is transparent.

Information technology
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
09 JAN

Help with shorter waiting times for emergency departments

A new DTU research project seeks to reduce bottlenecks and optimize human resources in hospital accident and emergency departments.

Mathematical modelling Data analysis Information technology
2018
20 DEC

Artificial intelligence may future-proof Danish healthcare services

Artificial intelligence and big data are building blocks in the development of personal health technologies. 

Medicine and medico technology Information technology
11 DEC

Key Danish role in major European innovation alliance

DTU is one of the main architects behind a new large European network aimed at developing the cities and transport solutions of tomorrow.

Mobility Transport economy Transport safety Transport models Energy systems Data analysis IT systems Telecommunication Systems analysis Air pollution Climate adaption
Illustration: Shutterstock
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
Foto: Shutterstock
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
How planar graphs can solve your morning hassle, by Eva Rotenberg, erot@dtu.dk
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
Photo: Colourbox
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
Photo: Colourbox
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
Photo: Colourbox
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
Professor Emeritus Knut Conradsen and colleagues who received a great deal of publicity when they published a new method of image analysis that creates accurate computer renderings of glass objects. Photo: Joachim Rode
06 JUN

A picture says more than a thousand words

Imaging is all about creating images. Already widely used in, e.g., medical diagnostics and drug development, imaging is destined to become a core technology in Industry...

Mathematical analysis Image analysis

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