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2016
04 FEB

New professor wants to transform waste into valuable building materials

How do waste products obtain value as part of new building materials? That is the fundamental question Lisbeth M. Ottosen will try to answer in the professorship, she has...

Construction materials Waste management Raw materials and raw materials exploitation
22 JAN

Joint design of tower blocks gives engineering student taste of industry life

How do you design a tower block without missing crucial details within the different subject areas involved in the process? That was the task to solve for 19 groups of...

Building production and management Building design Building construction
11 JAN

The construction industry was offered future trends from DTU students

The various professions involved in a building project should be better at cooperating. That was the message when two graduate students from the Master’s Programme in Architectural...

Building production and management Building design Building construction
2015
08 DEC

DTU seeks to balance energy efficiency and indoor climate in residential buildings

DTU Civil Engineering is heading an international project aimed at ensuring the right balance between energy efficiency and a good indoor climate in residential buildings...

Indoor climate Energy efficiency
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...

Polar research Construction materials Indoor climate Climate change Fisheries and fish stocks Ice research Waste management Building design
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 industry...

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...

Fossil fuels Raw materials and raw materials exploitation Environmental chemistry Polar research Fire prevention technology and safety
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...

Air pollution Chemistry
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

Geology Raw materials and raw materials exploitation

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