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  • 25.08.2021

    SDU project in Sierra Leone ensures clean water and strengthens teaching at TEK

    Today, two engineers from SDU will land in Sierra Leone to help ensure clean drinking water in a project with Engineers Without Borders. They will also gain experience and knowledge that will be used in a large Danish drone project.

  • 02.08.2021

    Vital vibrations

    Vibrations are important and it can be hard to get the frequencies right. When the string was cut and the Tacoma Narrows Bridge inaugurated on July 1, 1940 in Pierce County, Washington, it could boast the title of the world's third longest suspension bridge. A title it only carried for a very short time, however. Just four months later, the bridge collapsed dramatically.

  • 09.07.2021

    From Shanghai to Sønderborg: International award winner wants to work with space technology

    In connection with his graduation from SDU in Sønderborg, Patrick Haffmans received the BHJ award for his master's project with Danfoss. With a German father, a Filipino mother and an upbringing in Shanghai, one would not think that it was written in the stars that he should take his master's degree in a Danish provincial town; but in fact, that was exactly what did.

  • 29.04.2021

    All Danish universities join forces for the largest research and tech fair in the Nordic region

    DIGITAL TECH SUMMIT will be Denmark's unifying showcase for digital technologies and a venue for strong research environments, technology leading companies and start-ups

  • 07.01.2021

    New SDU equipment donated by Fabrikant Mads Clausen Foundation

    Fabrikant Mads Clausen Foundation has showered SDU with donations and this for the benefit of both research and education at SDU.

  • 17.12.2020

    Metal 3D printing for the masses

    Fabrikant Mads Clausen’s Foundation is donating 90,000 DKK for metal 3D printing at Centre for Industrial Mechanics

  • 17.12.2020

    Wind tunnel for multi-disciplinary teaching

    Fabrikant Mads Clausen’s Foundation is donating 88,000 DKK for wind tunnel at Centre for Industrial Mechanics.

  • 25.02.2020

    New Centre for Industrial Mechanics on its way in Sønderborg

    SDU joins together with Bitten & Mads Clausen Fond, LINAK, Region of Southern Denmark and Sønderborg Municipality to establish a new Centre for Industrial Mechanics (CIM) with research, new laboratories and related engineering study programmes within the field of mechanics. The total investment amounts to more than 93 mill Danish kroner by 2030.