Input from innovators across Denmark

Innovation Networks Denmark, an established part of the national innovation scene, is behind a number of clusters aiming to bridge academic research with industry in order to tackle specific societal challenges. 7 of them are represented at this the DTU High Tech Summit and we give you a brief presentation of them and their mission.

Forward thinkers at High Tech Summit

Internet-of-Things (IoT), 5th generation telecommunication networks (5G), Industry 4.0, and advanced cloud solutions are developments that will challenge power consumption on a global scale. Research groups at DTU and Aarhus University have teamed up with 12 industrial partners and have established the INCOM project. Get to know their mission.

Five Questions for Siemens

Henrik Ruff from Siemens is inviting everyone to join them at this years High Tech Summit for a talk about digitalization and Industrial Internet of Things.

Learn how to implement technology and innovation into a business plan

Learn how to implement technology and innovation into a business plan
Summary: Once again this summer, you can attend the DTU continuing education programme and be part of a platform where innovation is created.

DTU HIGH TECH SUMMIT 2019 – the countdown has started

Hurry up, if you want to secure your exhibit stand. 50 interesting tech companies already confirmed their attendance. Also revealing three new exhibitors, that will attend the exhibitor area for the very first time.

Forward thinkers at High Tech Summit

In addressing the global water challenges, digitization is key and big business ventures are on the rise as Denmark will host the World Water Forum 2020.

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.