John Bagterp Jørgensen

John Bagterp Jørgensen

Professor

DTU COMPUTE
Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

Technical University of Denmark

Asmussens Allé

Building 303B, room 110

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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2019
18 DEC

CERE and DTU-Compute faculty John Bagterp Jørgensen has been appointed 1.02.2019 professor in Model-based control at the...

John gave his Inaugural lecture entitled "Model-based control - from industrial process optimization to new biomedical products" on November 15, 2019. The lecture was given in front of an interested audience which has totally filled in room 1 of Building 101 at DTU.

19 NOV

Getting closer to developing an artificial pancreas

Danish mathematicians, engineers (CERE professor John Bagterp Jørgensen) and doctors have developed an algorithm, which is intended to make it possible for any type of pump to inject the correct dosage of insulin and glucagon

2018
18 SEP

CERE publication published in IFAC-PapersOnLine

“A Thermodynamic Library for Simulation and Optimization of Dynamic Processes”  

2014
01 OCT

SPE - DTU hosted the meeting of the Copenhagen section of the Soceiety of Petroleum Enginners (SPE)

On 23 September DTU hosted the meeting of the Copenhagen section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE). The meeting was organized by Center for Energy Resources Engineering, whose Faculty associate professor Alexander Shapiro (DTU Chemical and Biochemical Engineering) represents DTU at the Board of the SPE Copenhagen section. Pictures...

28 MAY

Mathematical model means more powdered milk

Sharp-eyed monitoring software increases powdered milk production by up to five per cent, boosting income and growth for the company GEA Process Engineering, which supplies the units.

Software and programming
07 APR

New project OPTION

New project OPTION - Optimizing Oil Production by Novel Technology Integration

2013
10 DEC

DTU Compute in race for artificial pancreas

A DTU Compute research group will publish all their research details in the hope of becoming the first to launch an artificial pancreas on the market.

Information technology