Selected research facilities
The most powerful group of electron microscopes in the world at the Center for Electron
Nanoscopy (DTU Cen). cen.dtu.dk
National centre for micro- and nanofabrication (DTU Danchip) with 1,350 m2 cleanroom
World-class experimental platform for technology development, testing, demonstration,
and training within electric power and energy. powerlab.dk
Some of the world's most sophisticated laboratory facilities within audiovisual research.
A world-class chemical engineering pilot plant. dtu.dk/pilot-plant
Cutting-edge NMR research facilities. dtu.dk/NMR-centre
ESS, the European Spallation Source in Lund, Sweden will be the largest and most
advanced neutron scattering facility in the world when it is completed. DTU is
responsible for a number of areas, including developing some of the highly specialized
instruments that need to be constructed for the neutron source. europeanspallationsource.se
Large-scale facilities for advanced structural and material testing on Lyngby and Risø campuses.
Test facilities for wind energy include two national test centres: facility in Østerild for wind
turbines up to 333 metres high and the Poul la Cour Wind Tunnel on Risø Campus—one of
the biggest and most advanced in the world.
Computerome is used for biotechnological and personal medicine research.
It has 17,864 CPU cores and can store 8 petabytes of data. computerome.dtu.dk
Niflheim Linux cluster supercomputer of 7,120 CPU cores. dtu.dk/niflheim
Wind Energy supercomputer with 6,400 interconnected CPU core processors,
used for research in wind energy.
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