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2019
Electrical pulses (Photo: Colourbox)
01 JAN

DTU sharpens its electrotechnology profile

The University now strengthens its research in the field of electrotechnology. Special focus will be on electronic design, energy, electromagnetism, automation, and acoustics...

Electrotechnology Energy Sound Electromagnetism Robot technology and automation
2018
Pure-tone audiometry. Hearing Systems. Photo: Joachim Rode.
03 SEP

Hearing aids fit for the future

New DTU research is paving the way for matching hearing aids more closely to user needs. The aim is for more people to be happy with their hearing aids—and actually...

Electrotechnology Sound Medicine and medico technology Hearing aids
Measuring sound at outdoor concert.  Photo: Franz Heuchel and Jonas Brunskog.
30 MAY

Noise from open-air concerts can be reduced

DTU researchers have just proved that lab tests to dampen sound from a music venue to prevent nuisance for the neighbours also work in the open air.

Electrotechnology Sound
DTU’s expertise in many academic and scientific fields is crucial to Eriksholm Research Centre’s technology development, says Senior Director Uwe Hermann. Photo: Bax Lindhardt
13 MAR

“We get new and better ideas”

Eriksholm Research Centre depends on the universities’ research, where talented researchers and their research activities are not hitched to a product development...

Sound
Hidden hearing loss (Photo: Colourbox)
16 JAN

New knowledge to help people with hidden hearing loss

Exposure to loud noise in the environment is causing nerve damage in the ears of ever more people. New research will enable diagnosing and treating such hearing loss in...

Electrotechnology Sound Hearing aids Health and diseases
2017
Photo: DTU
21 NOV

New tool improves acoustics and the working environment

An acoustic simulation tool is making it easier to calculate and work with acoustics in small rooms such as classrooms and offices.

Sound Work environment Innovation and product development
AVIL (Photo: Torben Nielsen)
19 SEP

New knowledge paves way for better hearing aids

Hearing aids amplify sounds in our surroundings. New research makes it possible to distinguish between wanted sounds, e.g. a voice, and unwanted noise.

Sound Hearing aids
Photo: DTU
29 MAY

Brain knowledge may solve cocktail party syndrome

Insight into the brain’s audio perception will revolutionize hearing aids of the future, enabling them to focus on the sounds the hearing-impaired want to hear.

Electrotechnology Sound Hearing aids
Illustration from the University of Cincinnati. Henning Larsen Architects.
16 MAY

Hear the sound in your new building

In future, scientific acoustics calculations will be included in the first rough sketches from the architects at Henning Larsen Architects. Young DTU researcher delivers...

Sound Electrotechnology Building design
2016
Outdoor concert (Photo: Tuala Hjarnø)
01 DEC

Taming the sound of open-air concerts

Highly advanced audio technology and research are needed to enhance the sound at big open-air music events. DTU will contribute to creating a better experience for audiences...

Electrotechnology Sound
Foto: Flex Acoustics
24 OCT

Great audio demands advanced research

Cutting-edge research in optimal sound at pop and rock concerts is Danish, and has resulted in an invention that is now being installed in exclusive concert venues around...

Electrotechnology Sound
Photo: Ditte Valente
01 JUL

Roskilde: Dive inside the sphere and talk in peace

Normally, when the phone rings and music is booming from the loudspeakers, you can do little but let the phone ring. Now Six DTU students have developed a solution to the...

Sound Construction materials Building design Building construction
Photo: Colourbox
17 MAY

'Unheard of' DTU research attracting a great deal of interest

In partnership with a number of universities around the world, DTU is leading the way in an area of research, which—for once—should ideally not make (sound...

Materials Sound
15 JAN

A technological playground of 64 loudspeakers

For Marton Marschall, a postdoctoral researcher at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in Copenhagen, the department of Electrical Engineering’s new audio...

Electrotechnology Sound Software and programming Hearing aids
2015
23 OCT

Sophisticated sound laboratory provides new knowledge about hearing

Today Friday October 23th, the News Magazine ‘Ingeniøren’ brings an article about the new Audio-Visual-Immersion-Lab at Hearing Systems.

Electrotechnology Sound Hearing aids Medical equipment and systems Artificial organs Health and diseases
A so-called SAM head is used to optimize the antennas in hearing aids. Here a small antenna has been placed behind the ear. The green arrows show the electric field formed by the antennas. They also show where and in which direction the waves travel. Illustration: GN Resound
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 in...

Electronics Sound Software and programming IT systems Antennas
2014
Photo: Widex
03 JAN

DTU and three hearing aids businesses set up new research centre

DTU, Oticon, Widex and GN Resound open a new research centre on 1 January 2014. The centre is named CAMM—Centre for Acoustic-Mechanical Micro Systems—and will...

Sound Mapping and surveying Construction and mechanics Hearing aids