One of the research teams includes the application of DEAP technology in Wavestar’s wave machine. Technical Director, Laurent Marquis, of Wavestar presented the status of the project – and the challenges the wave machine is facing.
Associate Professor, Anne Ladegaard Skov, of the Danish Polymer Center (DPC) is heading a research team under the research project Highly efficient low cost energy generation and actuation using disruptive DEAP technology funded by the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation (ATF).
On 28 February senior scientist at ADA Environmental Solutions, Dr. Connie Senior, gives a presentation on Behavior of Trace Elements in Combustion Systems. The presentation takes place in the lounge in Building 229, from 2 PM to 3 PM.
They are to join scientists in developing flat screen technology with better images and lower energy consumption
We celebrate Professor Jørgen Arendt Jensen's 25th Anniversary on 8 March
In May 2011 the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation (ATF) granted DKK 49 million to a consortium of three universities and six Danish companies for a 4-year research project on DEAP technology - Highly efficient low cost energy generation and actuation using disruptive DEAP technology. With the ATF grant, the total budget adds up to close to DKK 100 million.
CAHR will be well represented at this year's meeting being held in San Diego, CA, USA from Feb. 25-29. Several members from CAHR will be presenting their research on a wide range of topics:
The next three months Fred Steward, Professor of Innovation and Sustainability at the Policy Studies Institute at University of Westminster will be visiting DTU Management Engineering. Besides being professor Fred Steward is Chairman of the European Association of Studies in Science and Technology EASST. During his stay he will be located in the section for Innovation and Sustainability
The title of Martin Choux's PhD thesis is ' Nonlinear, adaptive and fault-tolerant control for electro hydraulic servo systems'.
EliteForsk held its annual Award Ceremony Conference on February 9th. Among the many award recipients were DTU Fotonik’s Andrei Andryieusky and Jingjing Zhang.
This year’s NPCW, 26-27 January 2012, was hosted at DTU and jointly organized by Assist. Prof. Jakob Huusom Kjøbsted and Assoc. Prof. Gürkan Sin from the CAPEC centre at DTU Chemical Engineering and by Assoc. Prof. John Bagterp Jørgensen from DTU Informatics. The workshop brought together 100 participants, with 30 coming from the industry, to discuss and exchange the latest trends and developments in the field of process control.
DTU Fotonik's Terahertz Technologies & Biophotonics group, headed by Professor Peter Uhd Jepsen, has - in collaboration with DTU's Department of Energy Conversion and McGill University in Canada - developed a measuring technique which will help bring solar cell technology to a more efficient level.
Associate Professor Jens Starke, DTU Mathematics, is one out of ten principal investigators at the new Centre for Ocean Life financed by the foundation Villum Fonden and managed by DTU Aqua.
Head of our Centre for Electric Technology, Jacob Østergaard, participated in DR2's feature on electric vehicles broadcasted on 8 February 2012.
The popular Danish group's new single "Livet i plastik" is recorded at Acoustic Technology in one of our anechoic rooms.
Our new test facilities for climate friendly energy technology is now inaugurated.
The Danish Council for Strategic Research has granted DKK 16.8m to a new four-year research project within the area of rail transport. The purpose of the project is to investigate how the railway system can become more punctual and robust and thereby make more people take the train. The title of the project is RobustRailS - Robustness in Railway Operations and it is collaboration between ten national and international partners from the university sector and the railway industry. From DTU four departments participate: DTU Management Engineering, DTU Informatics, DTU Transport and DTU Fotonik.
Professor Jesper Mørk has been elected “Fellow” of the Optical Society of America (OSA).