Mikkel Sørensen

Mikkel Sørensen

Head of Centre DTU Skylab

DTU Skylab

Technical University of Denmark


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Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship (CSE), CBS, and DTU Skylab launch a joint initiative to strengthen university–based digital entrepreneurship and startups.
29 APR

Joint initiative to boost digital entrepreneurship

How does one best combine technical skills with business acumen? That is what a new joint initiative between DTU and CBS is seeking to explore.  

DTU Skylab
23 MAR

DTU Skylab publishes book on creating an innovation environment

In a new book, DTU gives insight into the experience of creating the first university-based innovation hub in Denmark: DTU Skylab.

Entrepreneurship Innovation and product development
Rejsegilde for udvidelsen af DTU Skylab. Foto: KONTRAFRAME
15 NOV

Topping-out ceremony for DTU Skylab with international scope

DTU Skylab is being enlarged to three times its present in size, and will become the first sustainable-certified building at DTU.

Entrepreneurship Innovation and product development Production and management
Photo: Colourbox
30 JUN

Black boxes and drones to remove smoke sulphur

Six teams of DTU students have presented ambitious and innovative ideas for reducing the sulphur content in the smoke from large ship chimneys.

DTU Skylab. Photo: Kaare Smith
31 MAR

Tech entrepreneurs’ playground triples in size

The A.P. Møller Relief Foundation has donated DKK 80 million to a significant extension of DTU Skylab. The vision is to create a world-class hub for technology-based innovation.

Photo: T. Kaare Smith
15 APR

Record number of visits to Skylab

In February, more than 6,000 visitors passed through the doorway to DTU’s innovation hub: Skylab. This is the highest number of visitors in a month since Skylab moved into new premises in September 2014. 

Photo: DTU Skylab
08 SEP

Official opening of the biggest playground in Denmark for young tech entrepreneurs

DTU Skylab is the place for enterprising students who are thinking about starting their own business, need to build a prototype, or are looking for a sounding board and ideas for a new project. DTU has invested DKK 25 million in new facilities intended to provide a framework for the tech start-ups of the future.