Morten Lind

Morten Lind

Professor Emeritus, Senior Researcher

DTU ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Department of Electrical Engineering

Technical University of Denmark

Elektrovej

Building 326, room 132

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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2020
07 MAY

New test for fast tracking of Corona

In many countries, Corona virus tests are limited by infrastructure and test facilities, and consequently only serious cases are tested. This gives an unclear picture of the spread of the disease. A new type of test from DTU will change this.

Viruses
Foto Colourbox
07 MAY

New corona fast-tracking test

In many places, infrastructure and testing facilities limit coronavirus testing, and tests are therefore only carried out in severe cases. This gives an unclear picture of the reproduction rate, but a new type of test from DTU is set to change that.

2019
Photo: Colourbox.com
19 DEC

Sustainable foods with less power consumption, less raw material use, and less waste

To make it possible to feed the growing world population, rethinking the food industry’s production processes is imperative. The National Food Institute helps the industry make the processes more efficient and sustainable.

Food, fish and agriculture Food production Food technology
2018
Photo: Lene Esthave
20 NOV

Preview of tomorrow’s control room

For each litre of oil extracted from the North Sea, 10 litres of water must be pumped into the underground.    

Production and management
2017
Photo: Mikal Schlosser
27 APR

A great offer interrupted professor’s retirement

Morten Lind is 72 years and professor emeritus, but his area of expertise—automation of industrial processes—is in such high demand that he is now back at work and busier than ever.

Electrotechnology Information technology
2016
Kvantecomputer
14 DEC

The quantum computers of the future will work equally well with encrypted and unencrypted input

When future users of quantum computers need to analyze their data or run quantum algorithms, they will often have to send encrypted information to the computer. Because of this requirement, researchers from DTU Physics and the University of Toronto have investigated whether a quantum computer can work equally well with encrypted and unencrypted...

Physics Quantum theory and atomic physics Systems and data security
NatComm_13795
14 DEC

Continuous-variable quantum computing on encrypted data

When future users of quantum computers need to analyze their data or run quantum algorithms, they will often have to send encrypted information to the computer. Because of this requirement, researchers from DTU Physics and the University of Toronto have investigated whether a quantum computer can work equally well with encrypted and unencrypted...

Better water management will make oil extraction more efficient in the future
17 OCT

Better water management will make oil extraction more efficient in the future

New development partnership will minimize human error in the management of the constantly increasing volume of water processed on platforms in the Danish part of the North Sea. The partnership includes researchers from DTU and Aalborg University, the Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre at DTU, and the Norwegian company Eldor...

Platform
14 OCT

Better water management will make oil extraction more efficient in the future

New development partnership will minimize human error in the management of the constantly increasing volume of water processed on platforms in the Danish part of the North Sea. 

Robot technology and automation Electrotechnology Energy efficiency Energy production Ships and offshore constructions Fossil fuels
2013
Welcome to Clemens and Christian
01 SEP

Welcome to Clemens and Christian

Two new PhD students starts their project at QPIT in September.