Technical University of Denmark Information
Situated in Lyngby, close to Copenhagen in Denmark, the Technical University of Denmark (Danmarks Tekniske Universitet – DTU) opened its doors in 1829 under the guidance and initiation of Hans Christian Ørsted.
Today the university has expanded to include around 11,000 faculty, staff, researchers and students and is rated as one of the top universities in Europe. The Technical University of Denmark ranking is 62nd in Europe. Other good colleges and universities in Denmark include Københavns Universitet, Aarhus University, and the USD.
The Technical university has around 20 departments, these cover topics that are generally scientific or technological in nature: Departments focuses include: Aquatic Resources; Electron Nanoscopy; Nanotechnology; Chemistry; Chemical Engineering; Mathematics; Electrical Engineering; Manufacturing Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Physics; Informatics and Mathematical Modelling; Photonics; and the environment.
Many renowned people have passed through the gates of the Technical University of Denmark over the years, these include Jakob Nielsen; Rodney Cotterill; Dines Bjørner; and Anders Hejlsberg.
Technical University of Denmark Address
The university is located at the following address:
Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
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Ranking and Quick Facts
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|University world Ranking – Jiaotong 500 (China)||
151 to 202
|European Rank (Jiaotong)||
57 to 80
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