The 2022 summer university course will take place from 4 to 28 July.

The normal laboratory hours are Monday - Friday from 8.30am - 5pm.

We recommend students to bring their own Lab coat and safety glasses. If not, PPEs will be supplied by the university. Students must bring closed shoes and long pants to be worn during experimental work. 

Each practical experiment will last approximately ½ -1 day and preparation of reports will take about 2 days each. In addition every team is expected to make an oral technical presentation of one of the pilot plant units for a group of fellow students. Also every team will give an oral presentation on a non-technical subject with connection to Danish or Scandinavian culture (political, historical, social, art, etc.).

Report correction, grading and report feedback will be supervised by your own accompanying grader, but if your university is not providing such a travelling grader, this work will be done by the DTU teachers.

Upon completion of the course, each student will receive an official certificate from DTU as proof of participation, with the final grade for the entire course (American grading scale). Considering the Danish scale, the course credit is 8 ECTS points.

The course is rather intensive and demanding, and report work during the weekends must be expected. Time for extended tourist activities should take place either before or after the course.


Practical Information

Anne Helene Juul
Education Coordinator
DTU Chemical Engineering
+45 45 25 28 36


Steen Larsen
DTU Chemical Engineering
+45 45 25 28 04