DTU Electrical Engineering educates engineers in bio-medical technology, electrical engineering and within our new field of playware. The department offers courses at BEng and MSc levels including courses for international master students.
Furthermore, DTU Electrical Engineering offers PhD projects in electrical engineering and bio-medical engineering.
The department has substantial teaching activities within measurement and instrumentation, remote sensing, electric technology, power electronics, antennas, radar technology, building and electro acoustics, audiology, biological engineering and robotics.
DTU Electrical Engineering’s extensive experimental facilities include
Anechoic chamber for antenna measurements
Facilities for ultrasound scanning and for the testing and verification of space instrumentation
Shielded room for EMC testing
High voltage laboratories
Furthermore, the department offers mid-way projects, BSc/MSc projects and PhD projects.
Michael A. E. Andersen