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Campus development The campus development involves the entire DTU Lyngby Campus. The map shows the building and renovation work planned in the four quadrants up until 2021. 215K Building 220: Supports world-leading biosustainability research, and will be the new home for DTU Biosustain. Read more on p. 14.   New builds and renovation   Existing buildings Building 206-212: With the new building complex for DTU Chemistry, the department is able to bring together research and education in physical, organic, and inorganic chemistry under one roof. Read more on p. 22. Building 329A: Links with existing buildings and gives DTU Electricalon Engineering an atrium and new research and teaching facilities. Read more on p.20. Building 354: New research facility for DTU Electrical Engineering with, among other things, an anechoic environment. Read more on p. 24. Building 373: In 2014, a new meeting place was created for DTU’s entrepreneurs with workshops, a lounge, meeting rooms, a presentation hall and Skybox. Read more on p. 35. Building 128-130: New laboratories, including a concrete laboratory, for DTU Civil Engineering. Building 225-224: The new Building 225 for DTU Systems Biology will house laboratories for protein research. Read more on p. 15. Building 228: Expansion and renovation of Building 228 for chemical engineering. Building 119A: New test centre which brings together construction and materials research at DTU Civil Engineering, DTU Mechanical Engineering, and DTU Wind Energy. Building 201-205: Will house DTU Aqua, DTU Food, and DTU Vet in a large life science and bioengineering complex of both brand new and renovated buildings. Read more on p. 12. Building 409: New building for DTU Campus Service, which includes a 1:1 test facility of tomorrow’s office, educational and learning environment at DTU. Building 421: The auditoriums in Building 421 are the first four to have been renovated and newly furnished at Lyngby Campus. The foyer in front of the auditoriums is also newly furnished. Read more on p. 30. Building 340: The new building for DTU Fotonik features underground laboratories, offices, and research and teaching facilities that all support light research at DTU and worldwide. Read more on p. 22. Building 345C: New office building that gives DTU Nanotech much-needed extra space for research. Building 303A: Renovation of DTU’s biggest auditorium building with new learning and study environments primarily for DTU’s first-year students. Read more on p. 31. Building 324: The approx. 4,600 m2 of floor space on the first and second floors are home to DTU Compute, while the ground floor has modern teaching facilities and lounge areas. Read more on p. 26. Building 127: The building, which adds an extra 2,000 m2 to DTU Civil Engineering’s study environment, will promote interdisciplinarity, openness and new forms of learning. Campus Development 09/2015 Transforming DTU 5


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