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2018
28 NOV

Crushed mining waste can replace cement

Mining waste can replace up to ten per cent of the cement used in concrete without compromising the strength of the materials.

Construction materials Building construction Climate change Environment and pollution Waste management
22 NOV

Photo competition 2018 winner

Congratulations to DTU master student of Civil Engineering Mateusz Beyrowski. He is the winner of DTU Civil Engineering’s photo competition 2018 - w ith the best illustration...

Bridge constructions
08 NOV

New study shows what triggers changes in the thick snow covering the Greenland...

U sing weather data and a state-of-the-art snow model, tightly constrained by in-situ firn observations, a team of researchers have revealed what controls key physical...

Ice research Climate change Polar research
30 OCT

DTU and NIRAS enter into strategic cooperation agreement

DTU enters into a strategic partnership with consulting engineering company NIRAS which focuses on food and manufacturing engineering, infrastructure, and transport.

09 OCT

Indoor climate controlled with mobile phones and artificial intelligence

User feedback and control systems based on IoT and artificial intelligence improve indoor air quality and make buildings more flexible.

Indoor climate Information technology
11 SEP

EUR 4.7 million to radical research ideas

Villum Fonden supports 53 new research ideas in their Villum Experiment programme . 18 grants were awarded to DTU researchers.

05 SEP

Automated design tool for smooth cooperation in construction projects

Computational automation can help ensure that engineers are involved earlier in the building design process than is the case today. This makes it possible to test promising...

Building design Computer calculations Software and programming
23 AUG

Combining competences for better urban planning

A European summer course is a unique opportunity for students from DTU, Copenhagen Business School (CBS), and HafenCity Universität in Hamburg to combine their very different...

Coasts and harbours
09 JUL

Automation can make robustness analysis more efficient

The important, but time-consuming, work with robustness analysis of buildings can be made more efficient by using automated workflows.

Building construction Computer calculations Software and programming

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17 DECEMBER 2018