This programme focuses on chemical and biological systems at both molecular and nanoscale level, and it covers advanced courses and projects within the key disciplines of chemistry.
Help influence the design of future buildings. Use your growing knowledge of engineering by optimizing and integrating it within the holistic design processes, which will define the future’s sustainable building architecture.
Participate in and lead work related to the design and deployment of autonomous systems, exploiting the latest advances in artificial intelligence, big data analysis, digitization, sensing, optimization, information technologies, and systems engineering.
Bioinformatics is a field of research focusing on computational analysis of biological data. The study programme is highly interdisciplinary, combining knowledge from fields such as molecular biology, genetics, computer science, mathematics, and statistics.
Programme focused on design and fabrication of advanced materials for applications within the healthcare sector.
An interdisciplinary programme offered by DTU in collaboration with the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen. The programme focuses on the design of future diagnostic techniques and methods of treatment at the clinic as well as outside the hospital.
Biotechnology, a major driving force towards a sustainable society. Sustainable production of biofuels, biochemicals, pharmaceuticals, clothes, food and other consumables is a necessary alternative to current production methods and requires massive education of engineers within biotechnology.
Work with advanced methods from data science and optimization to solve critical business challenges. You will not only be able to work and manipulate data but, most importantly, you will learn how to transform data to actionable decisions that meet value creation goals.
Head the research into and development of methods for large-scale production of drugs, inexpensive production of basic chemicals and fuels, and the economic production of advanced materials used in a wide range of areas – including communication, IT, health, and transport.
Get a multi-disciplinary body of knowledge covering numerous interrelated areas such as construction materials and processes, structural mechanics, geotechnics, energy technology, safety, indoor climate, acoustics, hydrology, geology, environmental sciences, and project management.
This programme is not only central to addressing tasks of importance to society, such as telemedicine, banking, train signalling systems, and monitoring, but people are also highly dependent on smartphones, social media, on-demand video streaming etc.
A programme concentrated on the design and use of computing components - both software and hardware- to ensure you become capable of solving technical problems efficiently and competitively.
Get the proper tools and methods for meeting the challenge of combining multiple technical disciplines with knowledge of user needs and creating innovative products, services, and systems.
Gain competencies within research and development of satellite, space-, aircraft-, and ground-based measuring methods as well as mathematical and physical models for monitoring, mapping, and exploring large-scale physical structures and processes on Earth and in the universe.
Participate in work at all levels, including advanced theories, methods, and components for practical systems and applications in, e.g., satellites, robots, and wind turbines. Learn to understand the theory and apply mathematical methods for designing or analysing problems in a given area.
Help creating healthy acoustic environments and reducing harmful environmental noise. Assist the hearing impaired, to design innovative architectural spaces, as well as to improve the sound quality delivered by loudspeakers and communication devices.
A programme concerned with fundamental physics of light and optical components as well as a wide range of applications which are essential to our high-tech society, for example our ability to communicate using IT technology.
This programme covers a wide range of technological, theoretical, and experimental techniques in modern physics.
Design, conduct, and interpret laboratory and field experiments and quantify the hazards, risks, and uncertainties of environmental problems. Gain in-depth knowledge and understanding of the physical, chemical, and biological processes causing local and global environmental challenges.
An innovative, exciting, and highly interdisciplinary field of study; meeting the challenges related to global market requirements, changing consumer demands, sustainability, social responsibility, and competitiveness requires knowledge in a wide range of areas.
Gain strong technical competencies to develop new types of interaction between people and software - which is reflected in connection with game design, personalization of media content, or smartphone apps using sensors to model how we perceive the surrounding environment.
A programme that combines the field of engineering with planning, innovation, and management competencies - which are increasingly more relevant in a complex and globalized world where engineers capable of working at the interface between business and engineering are in high demand.
Materials and manufacturing engineering is highly interdisciplinary and focuses on the application of materials as well as process and production technologies in high-tech products within various fields, including energy production, the automotive and aeronautical industries, medical devices, and communication.
Develop mathematical models and methods for, e.g., industrial applications, information technology, financial institutions, energy, government issues, drug development, DNA mapping, and environmental research.
This programme cover systematic engineering design methods within engineering design and product development as well as analysis, numerical simulation, and optimization with focus on the strength of structures, fluid flows, and energy conversion.
Create science-based engineering solution for sustainable blue growth, and use your knowledge and skill to implement engineering solutions in a marine setting.
Learn how to design, develop, and test drugs in line with the methods applied by the pharmaceutical industry.
Gain extensive knowledge of pathology, mechanisms and treatment of disease, and handling of quantitative biological data to make mathematical models that improve our understanding of complex diseases and their prevention or treatment.
Dive into the deep technical aspects of renewable energy technologies as well as energy conversion and storage technologies and get educated in energy system aspects and assessment of sustainability.
Contribute to sustainable harvest and production of fish and shell-fish, assessment and management of human impact and environmental change as well as cutting-edge research on aquatic ecosystems, traits of their inhabitants, and their impact on global climate.
Aaccelerate your learning through doing. Academic learning and hands-on training combine to support your transformation into a technology entrepreneur. You will be part of a team working together in an all-in-one campus equipped with world-class research facilities and your own team start-up lab.
Get the necessary qualifications to design and manage the advanced transportation networks of the future.
Gain access to state-of-the-art research and technology as well as extensive knowledge of aerodynamics, aeroelasticity, mechanics, grid connection, and electrical engineering.
Learn what is required to translate scientific research and patents into innovative products and viable business opportunities. The programme is a cooperation between Copenhagen Business School, DTU and University of Copenhagen.
Become a part of a scientific field with growing job opportunities and large investments worldwide. The programme is offered in collaboration with University of Copenhagen.
Combine health and engineering sciences and get the skills to develop and implement digital health solutions. The programme is offered in collaboration with University of Copenhagen. (Description in Danish only.)