The Danish Academy of Technical Sciences (ATV) is an independent, member-driven think tank. ATV strives to make Denmark one of the five leading Science and Engineering regions in the world – to the benefit of future generations.
In order to achieve this objective, ATV is undertaking a number of activities to the advantage of businesses, knowledge institutions and society as a whole.
ATV has 750 members who are research directors, business executives, leading researchers and experts within their field.
ATV is a private non-profit organisation, and does not receive any direct public funding. ATV is financed by fixed, yearly membership fees from its financial partners which are private businesses, universities, foundations, and other knowledge institutions.
Most of the activities of the Academy can be listed in a number of major themes. At present, four themes are enjoying special attention:
Knowledge-based Industrial Production – including Materials Technology and high-tech production
Science and Engineering in the Educational System – STEM must be strengthened
Digitisation and Big Data
Sustainability, Infrastructure and Energy
|Kandidater til fremtidens vidensbaserede produktion|
Wednesday the 23. September 2015
|Energilagring - en forudsætning for omstilling til grøn økonomi|
Monday the 28. September 2015
|Innovation in the Maritime Industry - value creation between academia and industry|
Friday the 09. October 2015
|ATV's Teknologidag 2015|
Monday the 23. November 2015
|Visions in Chemistry - the Torkil Holm Symposium 2016|
Friday the 29. January 2016