Maritime DTU collects the expertise that can be found at DTU and its importance for the maritime area:

  • Design and operation of marine structures, hydrodynamics, structural assessment of ships and offshore structures, ship operations, ship design, wave loads, fluid mechanics, reliability analysis, lightweight materials, noise and vibrations

  • Ship machinery, combustion engines, combustion processes, refrigeration technologies, fuels, emissions and energy efficiency

  • Product-service concepts, life cycle environmental analysis, life cycle costs

  • Risk analysis of marine structures, experimental structural mechanics, fatigue, extreme loads

  • Fault tolerant control, automation, autonomous systems, underwater vehicles, decision support systems

  • Maritime logistics, transport optimisation, operations analysis, stowage planning, route optimisation

  • Innovation, product development, production and project management, sustainability, strategic simulation and risk assessment

  • Environmental technologies, ballast water cleaning, exhaust gas cleaning, antifouling coatings, monitoring of environmental impacts

  • Monitoring of ship traffic, satellite based navigation, E-navigation, maritime communication

  • Aquaculture, oceanography, climate, fisheries technology

  • Fuel cells and batteries for marine applications

  • Monitoring of climate change, exploration of polar resources, propagation and forecasting of ice occurrence

  • Innovation in networks, business models, business development, entrepreneurship