As part of the warm up for the Green Battle Student Conference in 2012, selected student projects from the Green Battle Student Conference 2010 will be displayed in the library at DTU. Below, you find a list of all exhibited projects. If you wish to prepare an exhibition of your own green project, please get in touch.
Anita Gudiksen presents her project: "Capturing of CO2 From Flue Gasses Using Ionic Liquids"
Robert Laugesen and Anders M. Andersen present their project: Wind resistance of container ships
Jacob Schack Vestergaard presents his Masters thesis project “Improved Nowcasting of Heavy Precipitation Using Satellite and Weather Radar Data.”
Olivier Corradi and Henning Ochsenfeld from the MSc programme, Mathematical Modelling and Computation, present their Masters thesis project, “Integration of Fluctuating Energy by Electricity Price Control.”
Lærke Ærenlund and Simone B. Kongsbak present "Sustainability in Praxis."
Morten Heebøll and Christian Salmony Olsen presented their ”Intelligent Energy Regulation” project, which they made together with Mirjana Tasevska. The project was presented at the Green Battle Student Conference in 2010.
Niels Hvid presented the project, "Solar Powered Stirling Engine" on behalf of group members Thor Thorup, Jesper Hyldig, Jesper Oxbøl and Stefan Høngaard Andersen. The project won third place at the Green Battle Student Conference in 2010.
Line Kagenow Svenstrup, Jakob Borup Jakobsen, Jonas Bo Andersen, Mathias Rangel Wulff, Pia Michelsen and Stine Ellermann presented their project, ”Redesign of Pavillion”. The group won third place at the Green Battle Student Conference in 2010.
Johan van Beusekom, Peter Gammelgaard Poulsen and Lars Libak Pedersen presented their project, "iPhone Application to Support Commuters."
The group won third prize at the Green Battle Student Conference in 2010.
Rasmus Schmidt Davidsen presented his "Black Silicon Solar Cells" project. Rasmus won third prize at the Green Battle Student Conference in 2010.
Exhibit your green project in the library
If you have an interesting project that incorporates sustainability, the environment or climate technology issues, you too have the opportunity to exhibit your project in the DTU library – for the benefit of your fellow students, teachers and others who might be interested.
Of course, you benefit from such an exhibition as well:
You get the opportunity to show your fellow students how you’ve incorporated sustainability, climate technology or environmental issues in your project.
You get a video recording of your presentation
You receive assistance to create an impressive and informative display
For further information or to register, please contact Christa Tandrum, Office for Study Programmes and Student Affairs at .