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Photo: Sabina Askholm Larsen/DTU
16 NOV

Three New PhD Students Concentrate on Greenland

Arctic Technology Centre (ARTEK) at DTU Civil Engineering has employed three new PhD students. All three projects will concentrate on subjects that will benefit the Greenlandic...

Foto: Joachim Rode
02 NOV

New Head of Department at DTU Civil Engineering

Niels-Jørgen Aagaard is new Head of Department at DTU Civil Engineering from November 1. With a background in education and research as well as experience from the...

Eirini Adamopoulou at the SPE poster competition
29 OCT

Arctic Technology student wins poster award with project on in-situ burning of...

Arctic Technology student Eirini Adamopoulou has won first prize in a poster competition for her work on in-situ burning of oil in Greenland. She and the runner-up will...

Photo: DTU Civil Engineering/Lulu Weschler
20 OCT

Phthalates enter our skin directly from the air

We are far more susceptible to dermal absorptions of phthalates from air than previously presumed. This is the conclusion of new research from DTU Civil Engineering which...

29 JUL

Ida Lykke Fabricius new member of DFF

Professor Ida Lykke Fabricius, DTU Civil Engineering, is from New Year 2015 a member of the Danish Council for Independent Research (DFF), Natural Sciences

29 APR

Conference on the future sustainable cities and buildings

Experts of sustainable cities and buildings from all the Nordic countries will gather to present and discuss the most actual topics in their field in August in Copenhagen...

26 MAR

New professor at the Department of Civl Engineering

The Department of Civil Engineering wishes to strengthen its research into structural dynamics and health monitoring. A new professorship has therefore been established


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