21 APR

Two new Centers of Excellence

The Danish National Research Foundation invests DKK 120 million in two new centres at DTU.

Biotechnology and biochemistry Physics Space research
27 MAR

Everybody can lay their hands on quantum technology

Today a new educational laboratory for quantum technology was inaugurated at the Technical University of Denmark. Here visitors can experiment with some of the most fascinating...

Quantum theory and atomic physics Physics
17 MAR

Study forum for new engineering students

In the study café at the Department of Physics , older students help new students find their feet in the new academic setting.

Photo: Ulrich Busk Hoff
28 FEB

Course on quantum physics with experiments

Seven students are the first to have completed a course in experimental quantum technology, where the difficult theory has been transformed into something more tangible...

Physics Quantum theory and atomic physics
16 FEB

Technological 'hot or not' in 2017

Five female researchers gaze into the crystal ball and give their views on which technologies they believed will ‘predominate’ and which will fade into obscurity in the...

Biotechnology and biochemistry Environment and pollution Information technology Physics
02 FEB

Collaboration prepares DTU for quantum future

A DTU-wide collaboration called Quantum DTU is to secure DTU national and international leadership when the quantum millions are being distributed over the coming years...

Physics Quantum theory and atomic physics
30 JAN

The world´s leading material scientists agree on new instrument

Some of the world's leading researchers in material research gathered in Odense, Denmark in January 2017 to agree on the final details of DanMAX - the future Danish beamline...

23 JAN

Five young researchers can step up their research

Five DTU researchers under the age of 40 receive a total of almost DKK 46 million (EUR 6,2 million) from VILLUM FONDEN and can now speed up their research careers.

Chemistry Information technology Physics Mathematics
20 JAN

First Danish researcher receives data from MAX IV

Just before Christmas the first Danish researchers led by professor Jens Wenzel Andreasen from DTU Energy received data from experiments at MAX IV. The results will help...


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