Ole Hansen

Ole Hansen

Professor emeritus

DTU NANOLAB
DTU Nanolab - National Centre for Nano Fabrication and Characterization

Technical University of Denmark

Ørsteds Plads

Building 344, room 032

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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2020
20 OCT

Open science to manage redistributing fish

Marine fish are rapidly shifting their spatial distributions under climate change across the globe. Building the capacity to track species range shifts is essential for improving the management of impacted resources. How can this be achieved?

25 SEP

Do fish grow faster in warmer waters?

Large-scale climate change projections of fish generally assume that warming waters enhance fish growth. If correct, tropical fish should grow much faster than temperate and boreal fish. But do they?

2019
29 AUG

Early detection of dementia - Dialogue presentation with two CACHET PhD projects from KU, DTU, and The Municipality of...

How can we maintain and improve cognitive health as we age? How can we find those most at risk and provide targeted prevention?

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
Image: DTU Fødevareinstituttet
02 JUL

Fortified foods can alleviate vitamin D deficiency in Denmark

Foods fortified with vitamin D have proved to be effective in avoiding vitamin D deficiency among Danish and Pakistani women during winter, according to a study from the National Food Institute.

Food, fish and agriculture Nutrition and dietary habits Health-promoting compounds Health and diseases
05 MAY

How to design future healthcare using a systems approach

DTU and Cambridge co-organise the second International Meeting on Healthcare Systems Design Research.

2018
30 NOV

Cambridge and DTU co-organise international workshop on Healthcare systems design research

On November 29-30, 2018 Cambridge Engineering Design Centre, University of Cambridge and Engineering Systems Division at DTU - Technical University of Denmark, co-organised an international meeting on healthcare systems design research, in partnership also with The Healthcare Improvement Studies Institute (THIS).    More info...

Walk, sleep and cognition
09 JUL

Team of CACHET researchers reach finals in Stanford Medicine X competition

Physical activity, sleep and cognitive function: Clinical pilot study on crowd-sourced mHealth for cognitive rehabilitation

Health and diseases Medical equipment and systems
Hugh Simons at ESRF. Photo: @ESRF Etienne Bouy
05 JUL

New X-ray microscope provides new knowledge about well-known material

A Danish-developed X-ray microscope reveals novel dynamics in the material barium titanate, which is used in, e.g., phones, cars, and computers.

Physics
2017
21 SEP

Engineering Systems with digital health project at High Tech Summit

As part of the stand by The Copenhagen Center for Health Technology, a team from the Engineering Systems Division presented the equipment used in the pilot study on active ageing to gain insights into the impact of activity on cognition in general and Mild Cognitive Impairment in particular: The smartwatch Nokia Steel...

10 AUG

Active ageing: DTU team supported by Stanford and sponsored by Nokia to carry out research on active ageing

A team formed by Post-doc François Patou and Professor Anja Maier from the Engineering Systems Division, together with Carrie Peterson, eHealth consultant at WHO, and with advisory from leading neuropsychologist Hysse Forchhammer, Rigshospitalet-Glostrup, is now one of six finalists in the Stanford Medicine X / Withings Precision...

Photo: Shutterstock
27 JUL

LED light bulbs need describing in new ways

The Ra index is a set of values that describe light quality. However, the index stems from the era of the incandescent bulb and the fluorescent tube, and it makes it difficult to fully exploit the potential of LED technology. Entirely new ways of describing light are needed, according to two researchers from DTU Fotonik.

Light sources