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17 DEC

Magnetism under pressure: Much-studied ceramic material reveals new secrets

An international team of researchers led by DTU Energy has discovered that the oxide material strontium titanate, conventionally thought to be nonmagnetic, can exhibit...

Materials Electronics
12 DEC

DTU develops world’s most efficient mobile charger

DTU researchers have succeeded in improving charger efficiency, so that—in future—mobile phones and computers can be charged faster using significantly less power.

Electrotechnology Electronics Energy
04 DEC

PhD thesis sucessfully defended by Mélanie Nolan

On Thursday 13th December, Mélanie Nolan successfully defended her PhD thesis " Experimental characterization of the sound field in a reverberation room"

28 NOV

Energy specialist honoured with Electro Prize

Professor Pierre Pinson from DTU Electrical Engineering is this year’s recipient of the Electro Prize, awarded by the Danish Electro Foundation of the Danish Society...

Electrotechnology Energy
27 NOV

PhD degree successfully defended by Peter Risby Andersen

On Wednesday the 28th November, Peter Risby Andersen successfully defended his PhD thesis " Modelling of acoustic viscothermal losses using the Boundary Element Method...

13 NOV

Medical attention around the clock

A new project will revolutionise monitoring of hospitalised patients at special risk, thus reducing the incidence of complications and deaths. 

Medicine and medico technology Electrotechnology Health and diseases Medical equipment and systems
12 NOV

Third AlarmTracker demonstration using data from the Judy platform

Another AlarmTracker demonstration took place at Eldor Technology’s headquarters in Stavanger, Norway. This time, the data used was taken from the Judy offshore platform...

Electrotechnology Energy
12 NOV

Eldor Technology participated in Offshore Northern Seas conference and exhibition

Our partners from Eldor Technology participated in the Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) conference that took place on 27-30 August in Stavanger, Norway.

Electrotechnology Energy
12 NOV

Demonstration using real-time data from the water treatment pilot plant in Esbjerg

In March 2018, the second demonstration for the Water Management project took place and was hosted at Aalborg University Esbjerg .

Energy Electrotechnology
12 NOV

Milestone for artificial intelligence within control of oil and gas production

Collaboration between researchers and industry should increase production and prevent human errors, for example in handling of water in oil production in the North Sea...

Electrotechnology Environment and pollution