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3DIM på DTU har 3D-printet en underkæbe for Statens Naturhistoriske Museum på baggrund af data fra 3D-modellen, som man har lavet ud fra scanningen på DTU. Foto: 3DIM
23 APR

The technique behind 3D scanning of dinosaur skulls

In March 2021, DTU's 3D Imaging Center, 3DIM, in Lyngby has assisted the Natural History Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen with 3D scanning of a 66 million-year-old Tyrannosaurus...

Robot technology and automation Physics Image analysis Computer calculations Data analysis Hardware and components Software and programming Mathematical analysis Mathematical modelling
Forskere fra DTU Fysik og DTU Compute har i marts 2021 hjulpet Statens Naturhistoriske Museum i København med 3D-scanning af et 66 millioner år gammelt Tyrannosaurus rex-kranie, kaldet Casper. Scanningen er sket på 3D Imaging Center, 3DIM, i Lyngby i regi af det danske projekt DaSSCo, hvor Danmarks naturhistoriske museer sammen med DTU og med penge fra Uddannelses- og Forskningsministeriet skal opbygge en national platform for digitalisering af naturhistoriske samlinger. Foto: 3DIM
23 APR

DTU 3D scans dinosaur skull

DTU Compute and DTU Physics will develop new methods to (mass) digitize natural heritage animals and insects, so that museum objects are accessible to all, and at the same...

Robot technology and automation Physics Image analysis Computer calculations Data analysis Hardware and components Software and programming Mathematical analysis Mathematical modelling
Photo: Joachim Rode
13 APR

Grant running into millions for research into ultrathin materials

One of the world’s leading researchers in 2D materials has just received a Villum Investigator Grant of DKK 30 million to continue his work with developing new materials...

Physics
Illustration: Benny Box
26 FEB

DTU is building for a sustainable future

DTU is investing just under half a billion kroner in a new building dedicated to research aimed at climate change mitigation: Climate Challenge Laboratory. The building...

Peeking into the quantum random number generator developed at DTU Physics reveals a lot of seemingly ordinary optics and electronics. But together, the components form a high-speed and ultra-secure source of true randomness, enabled by quantum physics.
28 JAN

High-speed quantum random number generator secure against quantum attacks

At first glance, random numbers may seem trivial to produce and utterly useless. Not an easy sell. Isn’t it just a matter of flipping a coin? Not quite!

Physics Quantum theory and atomic physics Information technology
2020
Foto: DTU
09 DEC

Three ERC Consolidator Grants to DTU researchers

DTU researchers receive three out of nine Danish Consolidator Grants from the European Research Council.

08 DEC

Finn Foton makes a quantum jump to the Japanese market

The first book in the series of Finn Foton has made it to the Japanese market with support from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Denmark through the Export sparring...

Physics
Jens Kehlet Nørskov. Det, vi skal gøre for at få grønne, flydende brændstoffer. Dynamo nr. 61.
03 DEC

What is needed for green liquid fuels

In order to achieve a fossil-free production of fuels and chemicals, catalysis methods that convert the sun's energy into chemical processes must be made more efficient...

E-Fuels can replace fossil fuels
30 NOV

E-Fuels can replace fossil fuels

The aircraft, ships, and lorries of the future must be powered by e-fuels—fuels produced partly from captured CO2—and partly from hydrogen produced by the splitting...

27 NOV

Large investment into Danish quantum cryptography

New innovation consortium sets out to secure Danish share of a rapidly growing technology market by developing next generation’s ultra-secure cryptographic systems...

Physics

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