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2019
08 AUG

EU grant for development of medical sensor

Professor Anja Boisen from DTU Health Tech receives Proof of Concept grant of DKK 1.1 million from the European Research Council.

Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases Optics Sensors Micro and nanotechnology
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
03 OCT

Quantum computers demand new encryption

Data which is confidential today will no longer be secure when quantum computers arrive. However, researchers have a solution ready in advance—quantum cryptography...

Quantum theory and atomic physics Sensors Systems and data security
Photo: Mikal Schlosser
18 AUG

DTU instrument rewrites the history of mankind

Dating of Homo Sapiens findings in Morocco has been carried out by performing measurements using a luminescence instrument developed by DTU.

Earth sciences Geology Sensors Optics Physics
Photo: Adam Mørk
07 APR

Converting more research into business opportunities

DTU is participating in the new initiative Open Entrepreneurship, in which the Danish Industry Foundation and a total of four Danish universities are boosting efforts to...

Information technology Lasers Light sources Optics Sensors
2016
Photo: DTU
04 APR

Mobile service for the street lights

Street lights with LED bulbs have to be checked and adjusted, as their light intensity decreases over time. DTU researchers have now come up with a smart method for handling...

Light sources Sensors
Photo: Vibeke Hempler
22 JAN

Four young DTU researchers are granted millions for research

Four young DTU researchers receive a total of DKK 23.1 million from the VILLUM FONDEN’s Young Investigator Programme on Friday, 22 January.

Physics Micro and nanotechnology Food technology Catalysis Marine research Sensors
2015
Photo: Maersk
03 AUG

Hard-wearing sensor defying soot and heat

A new method for monitoring ships' NOx emissions offers shipping companies environmental documentation. 

Fossil fuels Energy efficiency Data analysis Environmental chemistry Sensors Micro and nanotechnology Air pollution
Photo: Colourbox
07 APR

Tomorrow’s touchscreens work under water as well

It started out with someone who couldn’t use his new cooker with wet fingers, and ended up with a touchscreen that not only works under water, but is also ten times...

Light sources Lasers Sensors
2014
Transparent conductive zinc oxide for touchscreens and solar panels
03 NOV

DTU team got very close to winning EU cleantech final with new material for touchscreens

Two young researchers from DTU Energy Conversion, Li Han and Dennis Valbjørn Christensen, won the Danish finals and got close to winning the EU finals of CleanLaunchpad...

Materials Solar energy Sensors Micro and nanotechnology
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13 OCT

Watching live how fuel cells and electrolysis cells operate at the nanoscale

Researchers at DTU will monitor the reactions and processes in operating fuel cells and electrolysis cells at the nanoscale, observing weak spots as they evolve, making...

Fuel cells Sensors Micro and nanotechnology Physics Nanoparticles Electrochemistry
Transparent conductive zinc oxide for touchscreens and solar panels
09 OCT

New material for touchscreens have the same properties, but are 150 times cheaper

Two PhD students from DTU Energy Conversion, Li Han and Dennis Valbjørn Christensen, may be able to substitute the widely used but expensive indium tin oxide (ITO...

Solar energy Materials Micro and nanotechnology Sensors