DTU Startup Fair 2018

A thousand attendees participated in DTU Startup Fair that took place 10th of October during High Tech Summit 2018. Entrepreneurs, researchers, investors, students, mentors and many more came together to connect with the entrepreneurship ecosystem at DTU. A recent impact analysis made by IRIS Group shows that DTU has created a special ecosystem that creates more than two startups per week, proving one of the reasons why DTU now ranks the 57th on Reuters Top 100: The World’s Most Innovative Universities – 2018, and number 1 in the Nordic countries and number 13 in Europe.

Successful start-ups exhibiting during High Tech Summit

Start-ups old and new meet at the Startup Fair at DTU’s annual digital summit—High Tech Summit. More than 50 of the most successful start-ups—counting names such as Eupry, Obital, and Trebo—present their projects with posters and a small booth where they show their prototype and answer questions from visitors.

Forward thinkers at High Tech Summit

Integrating brilliant technical research into an industrial context is much harder than should be expected. This has led Jes Broeng to develop an entirely new model for high-tech entrepreneurship.

Innovate with more than 100 tech talents

Does your company want to explore new markets by the hand of skilled and motivated Master’s students from DTU and CBS, developing a prototype and a business plan for a potential spin-out company? HardTech Entrepreneurship is part of the matchmaking service at High Tech Summit.

DTU high tech startups give their best business pitch

The students from the HardTech Entrepreneurship course have applied all their academic knowledge, innovative skills and entrepreneurial mindsets to find ways to take advanced technology in the form of DTU research or patents, as well as inventions, technologies or challenges from private companies to market, by creating the backbone of a potential new spin-out company.

High-tech patch wins innovation competition

Three minutes to pitch the idea to a jury panel followed by a short round of questions Those were the conditions for 83 students who Tuesday participated in the Open Innovation X final at DTU Skylab with 200 attending external guests and students. The winning team—‘Lundtech’—received EUR 4,100 (DKK 30,000) for a prototype for a high-tech patch which can measure movement abnormalities in patients with Parkinson’s disease using built-in sensors.