Forward thinkers at DTU High Tech Summit

Forward thinkers at DTU High Tech Summit: Henning Høgh Jensen, Head of Division, DTU Food. Danish food products are in high regard for their quality. Therefore, it makes sense for the producers to protect their brands by adapting Blockchain and other digital technologies.

Come prepared for High Tech Summit 2019

How do you manage and boost the value of data? DANSK IT will discuss the tools and the future in cooperation with DTU.

Gearing up in the fight against cybercrime

Professor Christian D. Jensen from DTU Compute has coordinated a strong platform for all the Danish universities and several other partner institutions to collaborate in a national cybersecurity hub. The aim is to avoid unnecessary duplication of efforts. But what does that have to do with Maersk Line? Go to the full article and know more.

Artificial intelligence in the industry

How does a business enter and become part of the digital future, while big data and AI are boosting the Industry 4.0? The digital enterprise is already a reality, and, in this article, the Siemens digital team will take you through the need to know about making production more efficient, more flexible, and more reliable.

Five Questions for Plougmann Vingtoft

Plougmann Vingtoft has many years of experience with developing long-term IP strategies for large firms as well as start-ups. Naturally, CEO Finn S. Madsen is all about IP. And IP is why Plougmann Vingtoft attends the DTU High Tech Summit. Read about it here and don’t forget to visit Plougmann Vingtoft at the event to get an insight into the benefits of an IP strategy.

AI as an engine for growth

In order to enhance AI activity, four leading universities in Denmark have established 12 joint postdoc positions in order to strengthen the collaboration between the scientists of the universities and also contribute to reinforcing the expertise within AI and digitization in the Capital region. Follow the AI efforts at this DTU High Tech Summit.

DTU High Tech Summit comes in an analog version

E-version of the DTU High Tech Summit paper is out. Be the first to gain insight of what the program will reveal, once we present it in September – the High Tech Summit paper is a unique appetizer with inspirational articles presenting the seven tracks, that will be addressed on the 30th and 31st of October.

Forward thinkers at High Tech Summit – Professor Thomas Bolander

Professor at DTU Compute, Thomas Bolander, recently received the H.C. Ørsted award for his excellent ability to disseminate research. Here he addresses why traffic is more complex than chess and why AI-based chess engines would make any world champion in chess checkmate.

Want to be part of the DTU High Tech Summit 2019?

At this very moment, we only have a few exhibition stands available. This is your opportunity to meet top-level tech professionals, do business, form new relationships and drive new projects forward. Reach out and make sure one of the last stands will be yours.

Five Questions for Protech

Why are you exhibiting at High Tech Summit 2019?
“As the largest supplier of 3D-printers in the Nordics, Protech is very keen on participating in events like this. Even though 3D-printing is not something groundbreaking new, it is still considered “high-tech” and provides a lot of new possibilities for broad use. “