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DTU, Technical University of Denmark, has research and test facilities in all parts of Denmark, including four campuses.
DTU Lyngby campus is located 15 km north of Copenhagen. The campus covers a 106-hectare site, and is landscaped with wooded areas, sports fields, inner courtyards, and gardens.
DTU Ballerup Campus is located approxiamately 10 km west of Copenhagen, and is home to many of our BEng students.
DTU Risø Campus is located 40 km west of Copenhagen and is the site of much of DTU’s ground-breaking research in energy technologies.
DTU Sisimiut Campus in Greenland is home to both research as well as BEng and MSc Eng students who follow our artic stuidy lines.
DTU has three wind turbine test sites situated at DTU Risø Campus in Roskilde, Test Centre Høvsøre in Lemvig and the Test Centre Østerild close to Thisted.
DTU Wind Energy has a total 16 test stands. All of the 16 test stands are rented by some of the best wind turbine producers in the world.
In Hirtshals, DTU conducts research within aquaculture and fisheries technology. Hirtshals harbour is home port to DTU's ocean-going research vessel Dana.
The small island of Mors is home to DTU's research activities in marine life in coastal areas, particularly shelfish.
In Silkeborg you will find research activities in freshwater fisheries, ecology, and population genetics.
DTU has a high focus on ensuring we have a safe and secure university. Therefore, DTU has a standard procedure for evacuating buildings. However, evacuation may - in some cases - be different if there are special conditions in workshops or laboratories, so evacuation instructions will be given locally.