Leonardo De Chiffre

Leonardo De Chiffre

Professor Emeritus

DTU MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Department of Mechanical Engineering

Section of Manufacturing Engineering

Technical University of Denmark

Produktionstorvet

Building 425, room 206

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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Fax +45 45 25 19 61
E-mail ldch@mek.dtu.dk
ORCID 0000-0002-6141-9580
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2020
05 FEB

New version of HAWC2 released

HAWC2 version 12.8 entails some new features and various bug fixes.

Wind energy Energy
grants
30 JAN

The Carlsberg Foundation funds new research equipment

Three scientists at DTU Chemistry have been granted financial support to buy state-of-the-art equipment – accelerating important research areas.

2019
NSTC
09 DEC

Challenged by the Sea

The sea is a demanding opponent, constantly impacting and challenging offshore structures. It takes a robust design to ensure a long service life of, for example, offshore wind turbines or platforms, which needs to stay operational for many years. Therefore, DHRTC has developed a design for a near shore test center, which is now in tender...

Energy Fossil fuels Energy production Geology Mapping and surveying Raw materials and raw materials exploitation Chemistry Ships and offshore constructions
Thomas Kongstad Petersen
04 DEC

Become a mentor for a pre-startup

Industry professional Thomas Kongstad Petersen tells about his motivation for participating in DTU’s pre-startup mentor programme.

Photo: Peer Klercke
04 NOV

Thomas Kongstad Petersen joins DTU’s pre-startup mentoring

Industry professional Thomas Kongstad Petersen will join DTU’s pre-startup mentor programme that was launched earlier this year.

23 OCT

Mapping international drug use through wastewater-based epidemiology

Wastewater-based epidemiology is a rapidly developing scientific discipline with the potential for monitoring close to real-time, population-level trends in illicit drug use.

Waste water and water discharge
Foto: Bax Lindhardt
18 OCT

Young women exploring robots and programming

40 young women attended the IT camp at DTU during the mid-term holidays. The camp aimed to spark their curiosity regarding educational and job-related opportunities within this field.

Information technology IT systems Software and programming Hardware and components
Photo describing Hawc2
29 MAY

Release of HAWC2 version 12.7

Today, DTU Wind Energy launches the latest version of the software, HAWC2 version 12.7.

Wind energy Energy
08 APR

PivotBuoy project receives €4m to unlock cost competitive floating wind

DTU Wind Energy is part of the new project, PivotBuoy. The aim of the project is to reduce the cost of floating offshore wind.

Wind energy Energy
12 MAR

New mentor programme for pre-startups launched at DTU

A new mentor programme for pre-startups was officially launched at DTU last month. The programme will help young DTU entrepreneurs turn their inventions into successful businesses by facilitating early stage mentor meetings.  The initiative is made in collaboration with DTU Science Park and draws upon 75 active industry professionals...