Jakob Søndergaard Jensen

Jakob Søndergaard Jensen

Professor MSO

DTU MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Department of Mechanical Engineering

Section of Solid Mechanics

Technical University of Denmark

Nils Koppels Allé

Building 404, room 115

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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Fax +45 45 25 19 61
E-mail jsj@mek.dtu.dk
ORCID 0000-0001-9962-6166
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2017
15 AUG

CAMM Newsletter - Summer 2017

News on CAMM's teaching and research activities are available to read below.

Electrotechnology
2016
Milad Saadatmand
09 SEP

Visiting Phd student from Guilan University, Iran

The Centre of Acoustic Mechanical Micro Systems (CAMM) have invited guest PhD student Milad Saadatmand for a 6 month stay.

Electrotechnology
Faculty - Centre for Acoustic-Mechanical Micro Systems
22 AUG

CAMM Newsletter August

Centre for Acoustic - Mechanical Micro Systems: August Newsletter

Electrotechnology
01 JUN

Acoustic Technology & Centre for Acoustic-Mechanical Micro Systems, hold annual Presentation Day 2016

Another sucessful day for Acoustic Technology & Centre for Acoustic-Mechanical Micro Systems.

Electrotechnology
2015
PhD student Rasmus Ellebæk Christiansen featured in Physics Today magazine
14 DEC

PhD student Rasmus Ellebæk Christiansen featured in Physics Today magazine

PhD student Rasmus Ellebæk Christiansen from DTU's department of Mechanical Engineering, features on the front page news of the February issue of "Physics Today". The research is a collaboration between DTU's departments of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, and has been published in the recent paper...

Electrotechnology
10 DEC

CAMM project presentation day 2015

CAMM: Centre for Acoustic Mechanical Micro Systems enjoyed yet another successful presentation day on the 10th December.

Electrotechnology
04 NOV

New Phd researcher to CAMM Centre

On 1st November, Saeed Doagou started his project entitled: "Experimental and numerical characterization of nano-filled polymers for thin-walled micro components".

Electrotechnology
28 OCT

CAMM attend the 2nd workshop on optimization in Korea

The Centre for Acoustic-Mechanical Micro Systems (CAMM) participated in the 2nd workshop on optimization on 21st - 23rd October .

Electrotechnology Construction and mechanics
2014
16 DEC

CAMM holds their first Presentation Day

CAMM: Centre for Acoustic Mechanical Micro Systems hold their first presentation day on Friday 12th December 2014

Electrotechnology
18 NOV

CAMM holds presentation day

On the 12th December, CAMM invite guests to a seminar, where they will present their three new faculty members; Aminul Islam, Vicente Cutanda Henríquez and Niels Aage.

Electrotechnology
03 NOV

CAMM Centre employs Associate Professor Niels Aage

Centre for Acoustic-Mechanical Micro Systems (CAMM) appoints Associate Professor Niels Aage.

Electrotechnology Construction and mechanics
03 NOV

CAMM Centre employs Senior Researcher

Centre for Acoustic-Mechanical Micro Systems (CAMM) appoints Senior Researcher Aminul Islam.  

Electrotechnology Construction and mechanics
Photo:Joachim Rode/RODE IMAGES
26 AUG

Professor for Centre for Acoustic Mechanical Micro systems holds his inaugural lecture

On Friday 22nd August, Professor Jakob Søndergaard Jensen held his inaugural lecture. Representatives from industry together with colleagues from DTU MEK, DTU ELEKTRO and numerous friends and other acquaintances, found their way to meeting room 1 in DTUs main building on this late summer afternoon.    

Electrotechnology
07 AUG

Inaugural Lecture - Jakob Søndergaard Jensen

On January 1st, 2014, Jakob Søndergaard Jensen started as a professor at DTU Electrical Engineering where he is heading the new centre for acoustic-mechanical micro systems. (CAMM)  At Jakobs inaugural lecture, which will take place on August 22nd, 2014, he will present an overview of his previous research...

Electrotechnology
DTU and three hearing aid companies start new research center
31 JAN

DTU and three hearing aid companies start new research center

DTU and three hearing aid companies start new research center.

Electrotechnology Construction and mechanics
Photo: Widex
03 JAN

DTU and three hearing aids businesses set up new research centre

DTU, Oticon, Widex and GN Resound open a new research centre on 1 January 2014. The centre is named CAMM—Centre for Acoustic-Mechanical Micro Systems—and will focus on the interaction between acoustics and mechanical engineering. It will be located at DTU where researchers from DTU Mechanical Engineering and DTU Electrical Engineering...

Sound Mapping and surveying Construction and mechanics Hearing aids
2013
Fengwen Wang
04 NOV

Fengwen Wang from DTU Mechanical Engineering receives DTU’s award PhD of the year

At the celebration of this year's PhD's, Fengwen Wang received the award "PhD of the year" for her PhD thesis “Systematic Design of Slow Light Waveguides”. The award was given on the basis of the extremely high quality of the PhD thesis, and because Fengwen Wangs research already has had a remarkable...

Construction and mechanics