Technical University of Denmark

Technical University of Denmark, (DTU) was founded in 1829. DTU is noted for its preeminent studies in structural engineering, shipbuilding and electrical engineering. The great industrialist G.E. Hagermann spearheaded DTU's transformation to a top notch technical and engineering school in the early 1900s. DTU out grew its original central Copenhagen location and moved to its present location near Lyngby. Satellite campuses are located throughout Denmark. Today, DTU is credited with high-level research in Nanotechnology, Environmental and Energy technology, Informational and Communication technology, Food Science and medicotechnology, Space and Robotic technology and more.

Address
Anker Engelundsvej 1 Building 101A, 2. floor 2800 Kgs. Lyngby
Website
http://www.dtu.dk/English.aspx
Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technical_University_of_Denmark
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Engineering

New research leads to lighter and greener bridges

The past 60 years have not seen any fundamental change to the design of bridge decks for suspensions bridges—best known in Denmark from the Great Belt Link. To accommodate the request for ever longer bridges, the Technical ...

Machine learning & AI

Researchers psychoanalyse AI

We do not know exactly what is going on inside the "brain" of artificial intelligence (AI), and therefore we are not able to accurately predict its actions. We can run tests and experiments, but we cannot always predict and ...

Energy & Green Tech

Researchers are testing a new carbon capture method

Although research has been conducted into carbon capture and storage for 40 years, there is still a need to refine the technology to make it as energy efficient as possible. This is the case now, as carbon capture and storage ...

Energy & Green Tech

How the agricultural sector can capture and store CO2

Using pyrolysis, straw and liquid manure can be heated to very high temperatures and become biocoal and gas. The biocoal can be spread on fields and be stored for hundreds of years as part of the CO2 of the biomass. The gas ...