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2018
23 MAR

BEng graduates want design programs to communicate with each other

Two BEng graduates in Architectural Engineering pave the way for a new work process where data exchange between modeling and static calculation programs can minimize both...

Building design Computer calculations Software and programming
02 MAR

DTU wants to know more about building in extreme climates

DTU Civil Engineering has received funding of DKK 12.2 million to study and evaluate housing construction in Greenland.

Polar research Building design
06 FEB

Corrugated tube helps prevent cracks in concrete

It took 30 years to develop. But a DTU method for measuring contraction in concrete is now used world-wide.

Construction materials
2017
22 DEC

EU project maps the consequences of the thawing permafrost

Over the next five years, researchers from the Nordic Five Tech alliance will be studying the impact of thawing permafrost on coastal communities in the Arctic.

Construction and mechanics
08 DEC

Project family concept wins teaching award

A team from DTU Civil Engineering has won the DTU Award for Developing Teaching and Learning 2017 .

01 DEC

DTU honing its arctic profile with new centre

DTU strengthens its arctic profile with a new centre Arctic DTU which will be the focal point of the University's strategic focus in the Arctic. 

Photo: Simon Klein Knudsen
07 NOV

New DTU centre to test very large and very small structures

Today sees the inauguration of DTU’s new centre for advanced structural and material testing.

Construction and mechanics Materials
02 NOV

DTU boosts solar energy activities

DTU has launched Solar DTU as a point of access to the University’s research and consultancy in solar energy. Concurrently, DTU is preparing a new study programme that...

Energy Solar energy
Researchers Michael Joachim Andreassen (right) from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and Zhenzhen Yu from the Colorado School of Mines use neutrons at the Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to investigate residual stresses expected to occur in the welds of offshore underwater wind turbine foundations. Credit: ORNL/Genevieve Martin
30 OCT

Neutrons Improve Weld Integrity of Underwater Wind Turbine Foundations

DTU Civil Engineering and Colorado School of Mines use neutrons to improve weld integrity of underwater wind turbine foundations.

Ships and offshore constructions
13 SEP

DTU professor to head global engineering society

Professor Bjarne W. Olesen from DTU Civil Engineering has been elected president of ASHRAE, a global society working for the advancement of engineering in the fields of...

Indoor climate

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