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2021
Dorte Danielsen and Lene Gammelgaard in the lab. Photo: DTU Physics.
13 SEP

Quantum materials cut closer than ever

A new method designs nanomaterials with less than 10-nanometer precision. It could pave the way for faster, more energy-efficient electronics.  

Micro and nanotechnology Materials Semiconductors Physics Electronics
(Photo: Lotus Microsystems)
07 APR

World’s smallest power converter ready to go to market

The technology behind the world’s smallest power converter has been developed by researchers at DTU. Three of them have now founded a company that will produce and...

Electrotechnology Electronics Energy efficiency
Skycore Semiconductors (Photo: Skycore Semiconductors)
08 MAR

DTU spin-out will boost green transition efficiency

A new type of microchips for use in, for example, electric cars, street lamps, and your PC charger ensures a significantly lower energy loss and fills a market gap, which...

Electrotechnology Electronics Energy efficiency
2020
Ev charging (Photo: Colourbox)
07 JUL

New invention may ensure more efficient renewable energy storage

A just completed research project has developed a new and much more efficient way of converting energy from wind power and solar cells to—for example—battery...

Energy storage Electrotechnology Electronics Energy Electrochemistry
2019
Foto Vibeke Hempler
19 NOV

DKK 18,5 million for independent research

The Independent Research Fund Denmark grants DKK 208 million to 35 young researchers with original ideas and high ambitions. Three are from DTU.

Electronics Optics Nanoparticles Cells Biological systems Nanomedicine Health and diseases
23 SEP

Bornholm leading the way for future energy consumption

An experiment with 800 households on Bornholm shows how consumers’ energy consumption can be remotely controlled for the benefit of the green transformation. ...

Electronics
Foto: Ditte Valente
05 JUL

Roskilde Festival: Electric cars replace generators at Food Court

Three electric cars at Roskilde Festival’s Food Court ensure ample electricity to cope with peak loads without using generators.

Electronics Electrical engineering Electricity supply
Photo: Ahmed Morsi Ammar
07 MAY

New technology behind the world’s smallest power converter

Five young DTU researchers have developed a new technology for producing a power converter which is shaped like a small cube measuring only a couple of millimetres on each...

Electrotechnology Electronics
Grafik: Carl Otto Moesgaard
18 FEB

Breakthrough in the search for graphene-based electronics

A team of researchers from Denmark has solved one of the biggest challenges in making effective nanoelectronics based on graphene. The new results have just been published...

Electronics Micro and nanotechnology Semiconductors Superconductors
Photo: Dennis Øland Larsen
21 JAN

Rechargeable hearing aids becoming ever smaller

A young researcher has discovered a solution for using rechargeable batteries in hearing aids without increasing their size or creating unwanted noise.

Electrotechnology Electronics Hearing aids Medicine and medico technology
DTU Facts and Figures 2021 front page

Published annually, DTU Facts and Figures gives you fact, figures, and a short presentation of the University.

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