Collaboration

Major academic collaboration partners:
University of Padova (IT), University of Erlangen-Nürnberg (DE), MIT (US), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (DE), Catholic University Leuven (BE), Jönköping Technical University (SE), Queen’s Univ. (CA), Univ. Lisbon (PO), Tech. Univ. Darmstadt, (DE), Tech. Univ. Dortmund (DE), Yokohama Univ. (JP), Shizuoka Univ. (JP), Nagoya Inst. Techn., (JP), University of Karlstad (SE), SWEREA (SE), Ohio State University (USA), Kyoto University (JP), University of Cambridge (UK), PTB (DE), NPL (UK), University of Twente (NL), Princeton University (USA), NIST (USA), Michigan State University (USA). 

DTU departments:
DTU Compute, DTU Wind Energy, DTU Energy, DTU Nanotech, National Metrology Institute (DFM), DTU Chemical Engineering, DTU Electrical Engineering, DTU Photonics, DTU Civil Engineering, DTU CEN, DTU DANCHIP. 

Collaboration within the department:
Sections for Materials and Surface Engineering, Solid Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics Coastal and Maritime Engineering and Engineering Design group.

Major industrial collaboration partners:
Novo Nordisk, Coloplast, Oticon, Sonion, NIL Technology, Ortofon, Sophion, Strecon, Widex, GN Resound, LEGO, Danfoss, Grundfos, Vestas, Siemens, DONG Energy, FL Smidth, Dania Jernstøberi, Vald. BirnsJernstøberi, Velux all DK. Foreign industrial companies include Desma (DE), Moldflow (AUS), Sarix (CH), Alicona (AU), GEMA (ES), MAGMA GmbH (DE), Toyota (JP), Nihon Parkerizing (JP), JFE Steel (JP), CORUS (NL), Uddeholm (SE), SSAB (SE), Outokumpu (SE), Ruuki (SF). Bombardier (SE/CAN) 

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Contact

Jesper Henri Hattel
Head of Section, Professor
DTU Mechanical Engineering
+45 45 25 47 10
http://www.mek.dtu.dk/english/sections/mpp/collaboration
22 NOVEMBER 2017