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2015
15 SEP

Students driving innovation in large companies

This autumn, DTU students will be turning up the volume on creativity, driving innovation at major IT giants such as IBM and KMD, amongst others. This is the focus of...

Information technology
15 SEP

Vaavud, a start-up with the wind in its sails

From a uni project to a start-up: meet Andreas Okholm, wind master and engineer of Vaavud wind meters .

Software and programming Entrepreneurship Innovation and product development
15 SEP

New issue of Technologist out now

This issue of DTU’s international magazine is focusing on light. Light and light technologies play an increasingly important role within the areas of communication, medicine...

Telecommunication Innovation and product development Entrepreneurship Light sources Optics
18 AUG

Toilet waste provides knowledge about diseases’ global transmission routes

Analysis and genome sequencing of disease-causing microorganisms and antimicrobial resistance bacteria in toilet waste from international aircraft could be a first step...

Bacteria and microorganisms Genes and genomes Food safety Computer calculations
03 AUG

Hard-wearing sensor defying soot and heat

A new method for monitoring ships' NO x emissions offers shipping companies environmental documentation. 

Fossil fuels Energy efficiency Data analysis Environmental chemistry Sensors Micro and nanotechnology Air pollution
10 JUL

Hearing aids have become intelligent

The world's first wireless hearing aid which can stream sound directly from phones and adapt to the user's surroundings. This is what GN ReSound , as the only company...

Electronics Sound Software and programming IT systems Antennas
28 JUN

Computers predict effects of chemicals on human health

Computer models can group chemicals according to their health effects and can contribute to calculating and predicting cocktail effects on human health. These are some...

Food, fish and agriculture Food safety Computer calculations Biological systems
24 JUN

Danish Council for Independent Research awards DKK 34.6 million

Four DTU researchers have been awarded the Danish Council for Independent Research’s Sapere Aude grants. The grants amount to DKK 34.6 million for research within such...

Biological systems Cells Quantum theory and atomic physics IT systems Software and programming Systems and data security
02 JUN

Method provides more knowledge about harmful substances in food packaging

A new method for faster analysis of chemicals in paper and board food packaging materials has been developed in a PhD project at the National Food Institute, Technical...

Food safety Health and diseases Computer calculations
29 MAY

One step closer to secure Internet communication

Every day, most of us transmit personal data over the Internet. Secure communication is thus an absolute necessity. In a new article in Nature Photonics, researchers...

Quantum theory and atomic physics Lasers Systems and data security Telecommunication
23 APR

SPOC, new Center of Excellence, developing ultra-fast, energy-efficient Internet

The opening of the new Center of Excellence, SPOC (Silicon Photonics for Optical Communications), marks the beginning of research into creating a more energy-efficient...

Information technology
13 APR

People meet and companies arise

Things moved very quickly indeed when a group of young researchers with a couple of patents under their belts was paired with an experienced entrepreneur. Together, they...

Entrepreneurship Innovation and product development Food quality Food production Catalysis Organic chemistry Hardware and components Enzymes and proteins Bacteria and microorganisms
10 APR

Per Christian Hansen named SIAM Fellow

SIAM Fellows Class of 2015 includes 31 noteworthy professionals who have made significant contributions to the fields of applied mathematics and computational science.

Information technology Mathematics
17 MAR

Fossil-free future within reach

Is it realistic to envisage large Danish towns and cities running exclusively on sustainable energy in 2025? Yes it is, according to a DTU researcher.

Energy Electricity supply Energy production Wind energy Mathematics Mathematical modelling Computer calculations
20 FEB

Where's the party?

The ‘Heaps’ app makes it easy to gather your friends for a party. The technology was developed by a first-year DTU student.

Information technology
18 FEB

One step closer to the reference genome

Within a year, researchers expect to have mapped out the full reference genome or ‘the Danes’ shared hereditary material’.

Genes and genomes Data analysis
09 FEB

DTU appoints new Head of Department for DTU Compute

As of 15 February Professor Rasmus Larsen is the new Head of Department for DTU Compute . He comes from a position as head of section and Head of the Researcher Training...

Information technology Mathematics
04 FEB

Two wins for DTU in Venture Cup

Once again, DTU triumphs in the annual Venture Cup Idea Competition by winning in two of five categories, this time the Services and Product & Technology categories.

Metals and alloys Micro and nanotechnology Software and programming
13 JAN

The best way to determine salmonella type using whole genome sequencing

There is no single analytical method for whole genome sequencing data, which can be used universally to determine salmonella bacteria’s type. A PhD project at the National...

Genes and genomes Biotechnology and biochemistry Bacteria and microorganisms Food safety Computer calculations
2014
25 NOV

DTU students honoured at Big Data conference

Five DTU students and a CBS student were named winners of DTU's Big Data Hackathon at the Big Data conference at Industriens Hus yesterday. The team used Big Data to develop...

Mathematical modelling Data analysis
06 NOV

DTU to teach the artificial intelligence 'Watson'

As the only university in the Nordic countries, DTU has been selected by IBM to offer courses in the self-learning IT program Watson.

Data analysis IT systems Software and programming
03 NOV

Artificial nose to sniff out illegal substances

A newly developed digital sensor will make it quick and easy to detect bombs, explosives and drugs at airports and in customs areas.

Chemistry Physics Software and programming Image analysis
07 OCT

Dynamic encryption keeps secrets

Professor Lars Ramkilde Knudsen from DTU Compute has invented a new way to encrypt telephone conversations that makes it very difficult to ‘eavesdrop’. His invention...

Systems and data security Information technology
06 OCT

Enzyme research using graphics cards

Researchers from DTU Chemistry are trying to penetrate the human body’s ‘control centre’ by studying a group of enzymes using computer modelling and experiments.

Hardware and components Computer calculations Enzymes and proteins
25 SEP

Final two test stands at Østerild Test Centre leased out

DTU has now leased out the last two vacant test stands at Østerild Test Centre. The vacant test stands were auctioned, and more bids were received than could be satisfied...

Wind energy Computer calculations
12 SEP

Grand opening of the LORC nacelle testing facility

A new test facility for offshore wind turbines inaugurated at the former Lindø Shipyard.

Wind energy Computer calculations
04 SEP

New supercomputer for life science

Industrial biotechnology and pharmaceutical research will both benefit from a new supercomputer to be located at a new supercomputer centre at Risø Campus.

Data analysis
24 JUN

Researchers mapping your route from illness to illness

Researchers from Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and the University of Copenhagen (KU) have followed six million Danes for 15 years through patient and disease registers...

Data analysis Biological systems Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases Enzymes and proteins
23 JUN

Unique data about Danes’ eating and exercise habits

For several decades the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, has studied what Danes eat and how much they exercise. These studies have created a unique...

Nutrition and dietary habits Data analysis
14 JUN

InnovationsFonden grants DKK14 mio for new project

InnovationsFonden was established as of 1 April 2014 by bringing together research, technology development and innovation grants from the Danish Council of Strategic Research...

Electrotechnology Energy Environment and pollution Medicine and medico technology Wind energy Construction and mechanics IT systems Innovation and product development
28 MAY

Mathematical model means more powdered milk

Sharp-eyed monitoring software increases powdered milk production by up to five per cent, boosting income and growth for the company GEA Process Engineering, which supplies...

Software and programming
26 MAY

Ambitious Big Data study programme boosts Danish business sector

Today, on 26 May, DTU published details of its new specialist programme in Data Science (Big Data)—a course that will benefit both public sector authorities and the private...

Data analysis Systems and data security
28 APR

Digitized food

“Computer processing power and mathematical modelling are required to generate 3D models of the foods and beverages—such as milk—we consume. In the future, 3D models of...

Information technology
08 APR

Danish research leads facial analysis research

A ground-breaking research project focusing on estimating facial characteristics based on DNA can, in time, aid patients with mental disorders and help to solve crimes...

Computer calculations
10 FEB

‘Flying squad’ sorts out figures for the business community

Sharp minds from DTU Compute support enterprises that have hit a dead end with mathematical problems.

Information technology
10 FEB

DTU professor behind non-hackable mobile phone

Spin-out company will keep private conversations private.

Systems and data security
17 JAN

DTU Compute researchers cooperate with Soonr on data security

DTU Compute professor Lars Ramkilde Knudsen and his research group cooperate with the Danish-American file sharing service Soonr about the development of a product which...

Information technology Systems and data security
10 JAN

Two DTU Compute researchers make big data more secure

The two DTU Compute researchers Postdoc Trine Julie Abrahamsen and Professor Lars Kai Hansen have discovered that computers making decisions based on big data often have...

Information technology Data analysis
03 JAN

DKK 44 million for research into intelligent smart green cities

DTU Compute receives the largest grant in 2013 from the Danish Council for Strategic Research Council of DKK 44 million. The funding will go towards the CITIES centre...

Information technology
2013
06 NOV

New study programme boosts cyber security

Computer Security is a new DTU programme which will benefit the public and private sectors alike. The programme comprises—among other things—a special competence course...

Systems and data security Information technology
28 AUG

IT prize to DTU Compute honours student Piotr Borowian

The society “Dansk Selskab for Datalogi” and Dansk IT have awarded a prize of DKK 10,000 to DTU Compute honours student Piotr Borowian for the best MSc thesis 2012 within...

Information technology Software and programming
2009
06 OCT

Immersing oneself in the world of mathematics

The first batch of students doing Denmark’s only elite study programme in mathematics at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) have just begun their studies.

Information technology