At DTU Compute, we work from the philosophy that mathematics and computer science are in everything – from the artificial pancreas to the self-reparing computer, through forecasts for surplus wind energy to Facebook and Google. IT and mathematics lay the foundations for what we can achieve, constituting the key technologies for future society. DTU Compute’s courses are based on an engineering approach which you can use directly in many future jobs. When you graduate from DTU, you are qualified for a position in a scientific environment, as well as in industry. DTU Compute consists of 11 research sections, all working in a combination of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer science. DTU Mechanical Engineering covers the engineering disciplines connected to the application of basic thermodynamics, fluid and hydrodynamics, structure and solid mechanics, materials and surface engineering for the analysis, design, manufacture and maintenance of mechanical products, systems and large structures and plants. We reduce emissions by making energy consumption as efficient as possible.
DTU Compute facilitates a state-of-the art image lab. Image analysis is often combined with visualization and modelling from computer graphics, Furthermore, DTU Compute facilitate a Big Data Centre. By establishing this centre, Compute will deploy research into Big Data at DTU and help to develop and maintain a strong position in the area. With a machine park of 32 3D printers, Additive Manufacturing/3D printing at DTU Mechanical Engineering is divided into two laboratories with two distinct purposes. A state-of-the-art print facility that serve the DTU Campus with on-demand print services that span over all fundamental industrial 3D print processes.