We arrived in Copenhagen less than a week ago, and have since then been very busy at DTU (Denmark’s Technical University). The thing that struck me about DTU first was its size. Coming from the small campus of Gløshaugen in Trondheim, I am used to being able to walk from one side of campus to the other in maybe 2 minutes. The first day at DTU, I arrived with a bus at the edge of campus. I had to walk 8 minutes to reach the right building — and it wasn’t even half way through campus!
Above is a drone photo of DTU. As you can see, it’s also very green. A nice place to be, especially in summer. We’ll post more pictures from DTU and write more about the course in a little while. 🙂
We’d like to thank our sponsors for making it possible for us to be in Copenhagen right now. Our main support comes from NTNU Health and Rektors pott (“Rector’s fund”) at NTNU. We have also received support from:
Kantega, IT-company local to Trondheim
MISUMI Europa GmbH, supplier of configurable components
Tekna Helse og Teknologi, labour union network
NTNU’s Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MTP)
NTNU’s Department of Energy and Process Engineering (EPT)
Tusen takk! / Thank you very much!