Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

Founded in 1829, Technical University of Denmark is ranked as one of the foremost technical universities in Europe and currently has international educational exchange programs with over 200 universities across the globe.  The DTU Lyngby campus is located about 15 km north of Copenhagen, Denmark.

DTU Highlights:

  • 11,200 students and 6,000 employees
  • 17 BEng and 20 BSc Eng programmes
  • 31 MSc Eng programmes (several have joint international study tracks)
  • 19 PhD Schools

Faculty, staff and students in DTU Bioengineering and DTU Chemical Engineering are collaborating on research projects, professional development courses and international exchange for the AIM-Bio program. Learn more about the departments supporting AIM-Bio below:

DTU Bioengineering

DTU Bioengineering addresses challenges of societal and scientific importance through basic and applied research, teaching, scientific consultancy and dissemination of knowledge within the areas of microbiology, biomedicine, and biotechnology.

The department’s research lies within the areas of biochemistry, biophysics, molecular, structural and cellular biology, enzymology, immunology, microbial ecology and physiology, natural product chemistry, modelling nanotechnology and bioinformatics.

DTU Chemical Engineering

The main activities in DTU Chemical Engineering are in the areas of product design, process design and production in the chemical, biotechnological, pharmaceutical, food, and energy technological industries.

The department’s research covers separation processes, reaction engineering, dynamics and process regulations, process and facility planning, unit operations, heat transmission, fluid mechanics, and applied thermodynamics.