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About DTU Management 

DTU Management conducts excellent research in the intersection between management, technology and economics. We develop solutions in close cooperation with companies and public authorities.

Our research aims at strengthening welfare, productivity and sustainability within the society. A key element is the role of technology and its interaction with industry and individuals.

The department’s research is divided in four divisions: Innovation, Management Science, Sustainability and Transport. Furthermore, the department hosts a UN Collaborating Centre. The UN DTU Partnership conducts research, policy analysis and advising on a global scale.

The department offers a wide range of courses and programs at bachelor, master and PhD level across DTU’s study programs. DTU Management employs about 300 people. We offer an international environment with around 50 different nationalities represented at the department.

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Innovation Division

The Innovation division contributes to research in the areas of design, engineering systems, project management, implementation processes, organizational development, leadership and responsible research and innovation.

 

 

 

 

 


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Management Science Division

In the Management Science division, we work with qualitative and quantitative methods to understand, develop and optimize management decision within a series of research areas.

 

 

 

 

 


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Sustainability Division

Sustainability is a key consideration for industry as well as public authorities who are increasingly asking for instruments and methods that improve management of environmental and socio economic sustainability, facilitate a green transition of energy systems and limit the consequences of climate change.

 

 

 

 

 


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Transport Division

In the Transport division, we work on modelling and analysing impacts of incentives and policies and the use of transport systems.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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If you wish to acquire information about the Department, our educational programmes or our research, you are more than welcome to contact us on telephone: + 45 45 25 48 00 

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