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DTU Nanotech's Annual Report for 2009 is now available online

DTU Nanotech's Annual Report 2009

Denmark | Posted on April 13th, 2010

The Annual Report marks yet another successful year for DTU Nanotech. We have seen an increase in research funding, an increase in the number of citations of our papers, and an increase in the number of students. Moreover, an increased focus on innovation has led to 14 filed inventions, and more importantly an increased number of collaborative projects with industry.

The report has a special focus on our three strategic research areas at DTU Nanotech uniting research from six research sections, each contributing with their own unique competence.

This edition also includes an overview of all Ph.D. projects carried out at DTU Nanotech, which bear witness to the broad spectrum of research going on at DTU Nanotech.

Read the report online:

www.nanotech.dtu.dk/upload/institutter/mic/om_nanotech/annual_reports/dtu_nanotech_annual_report_2009.pdf

Earlier editions from previous years are also available online:

www.nanotech.dtu.dk/English/About_DTU_Nanotech/Annual_reports.aspx

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About DTU Nanotech
DTU Nanotech - the Department of Micro- and Nanotechnology - is a department at the Technical University of Denmark situated in Kongens Lyngby ten kilometres north of Copenhagen. Established in 1990, DTU Nanotech is a centre of excellence in micro- and nanotechnology exploiting sciences across the traditional boundaries of technology, thereby enabling innovative solutions for the benefit of society.



We promote academic excellence by fostering a team-based scientific environment building on the passion, talent and skills of our international and cross-disciplinary staff. We apply micro- and nanotechnology within the life sciences, environment & energy and sensing technologies.



DTU Nanotech has a budget of 119 mio. DKK (roughly 16 mio. Euro) and participates in more than 70 collaborative research projects. As of October 2008, DTU Nanotech has 165 people on its staff. With 40 % non-Danes, the department constitutes an international environment.

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