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2018
23 FEB

Professor Rajan Ambat appointed Honorary Professor of Amity University

Professor Rajan Ambat from DTU Mechanical Engineering, Section of Materials and Surface Engineering, has been awarded an Honorary Professorship of Amity University, India...

21 FEB

Digital 3D metal printing opens up new world for industry

In the Danish manufacturing sector, 3D printing in metal is still a new and relatively untested area, and generally there is a lack of digital tools for handling production...

Construction and mechanics Materials Production and management
02 FEB

The Annual Report 2017 of DTU Mechanical Engineering is now available

Our annual report is now available online and in a printed version.

Construction and mechanics Materials
29 JAN

Innovation Fund Denmark honours two talented young researchers

Two young engineers associated with DTU each receive EUR 6,700 for the high standards of research in their industrial PhDs.

17 JAN

Researchers working on preventing expensive wind turbine failures

Small cracks in wind turbine bearings are responsible for some of the most expensive wind turbine failures. Today, there are no certain methods of preventing the cracks...

Wind energy
2017
13 DEC

New European innovation hub in Nordhavn, Copenhagen to become epicentre for tomorrow...

EnergyLab Nordhavn, Urban Help and Scion DTU have entered into a strong collaboration on EnergyHub, which is a new innovation environment for businesses engaged in innovative...

07 DEC

New generation of 3D printing requires almost no post-processing

In collaboration with three Danish companies, researchers from DTU have now proved that metal 3D prints can be produced with almost no post-processing.

Construction and mechanics Information technology
05 DEC

Sara Shafiee wins the Alexander Foss MADE Award 2017

Postdoc Sara Shafiee from DTU Mechanical Engineering receives the Alexander Foss MADE Award 2017.

Production and management
16 NOV

Optimal aircraft wing designed on Europe’s biggest computer

With the help of Europe’s most powerful computer, DTU researchers developed the optimum structure for an aircraft wing in under five days.

Materials Computer calculations
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

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