Dr. Techn. Anne Ladegård receiving her degree. Photo: Torben Nielsen
13 DEC

Reviewing 2017 at DTU Chemical Engineering

Christmas and New Year is soon at the door and this means that it’s time to look back at some of the activities and accomplishments we have been writing about on this...

11 DEC

Engineering our way out of climate catastrophe

Around the world, chemical engineers are working on new technologies to help reduce CO 2 emissions. So-called geo-engineering is one way to go, but more needs to be done...

Environment and pollution
11 DEC

PhD interview: Increasing industrial use of biocatalysis

DTU Chemical Engineering would not be much of a scientific institution without its many PhD students. We interviewed Maria Gundersen Deslauriers about ‘Considerations...

29 NOV

Research Seminar: Collaboration with the industry remains strong

Ideas are brewing, new methods are tested, results are created. At the PROSYS Research Seminar 2017, it was once again emphasized that collaboration between industry and...

20 NOV

Establishment of Danish-Chinese education based research centre

DTU Chemical Engineering and Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish the new Center for Sustainable...

20 NOV

Super supervision at DTU Chemical Engineering

At the annual WCCE conference in Barcelona, the DTU Chemical Engineering team took home awards for ‘Best Poster’ and ‘Best Oral Communication’. Among other things, this...

07 NOV

Artificial intelligence helps develop new types of beer

A new research study seeks to measure and sense flavours and aromas in beer. The project aims at establishing a sensor platform that reduces time and cost to develop new...

Hardware and components Software and programming Data analysis
07 NOV

Bridging leads to front page article

A fruitful collaboration bridging DTU Chemistry and DTU Chemical Engineering and combining theory and experiments has resulted in a front page article in an important...

01 NOV

DTU Chemical Engineering Pilot Plant is shifting hands

After 12 years as head of DTU Chemical Engineering’s Pilot Plant facilities, Lars Kiørboe decided to retire. He can look back at an extraordinary development of the plant...

Biotechnology and biochemistry Construction and mechanics Production and management
01 NOV

PhD interview: Researching pharmaceutical crystallization

DTU Chemical Engineering would not be much of a scientific institution without its many PhD students. We interviewed Gerard Capellades Mendez about new methods and equipment...

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