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Kgs. Lyngby, DEN Denmark
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Industry:Research
Founded:2013
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • DTU Compute's estimated annual revenue is currently $7.3M per year.
  • DTU Compute's estimated revenue per employee is $94,154

Employee Data

  • DTU Compute has 78 Employees.
  • DTU Compute grew their employee count by 16% last year.
  • DTU Compute currently has 1 job openings.
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DTU Compute is Denmark´s largest environment for mathematics and computer science. Mathematics and computer science are in everything - from the artificial pancreas to the self-repairing computer through forecasts for surplus wind energy to Facebook and Google. IT and mathematics lay the foundations for what we can achieve, constituting he key technologies for our future digital society. Hot topics today include Big data, 3D printing, or tiny sensors placed on clothes or inserted under the skin to measure how we feel and what we need, better foods or bespoke pharmaceuticals. All areas where DTU Compute is in the thick of things.

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DTU Compute News

08/27/2019 - Meeting sustainable development goals requires research ...

Later that day, the ambassadors visited DTU Energy, Powerlab DK, DTU Fotonik, DTU Compute, and DTU Food. Here, they were given ...

04/15/2019 - Abundance of information narrows our collective attention span

says Professor Sune Lehmann from DTU Compute. The scientists have studied Twitter data from 2013 to 2016, books from Google Books ...

08/12/2019 - Denne rapporten forsøker å spå fremtiden: Slik kan det ...

... informasjonen direkte og mye raskere, sier Lars Kai Hansen, som er professor og seksjonsleder på DTU Compute, til danske Videnskab.dk.