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The Danish Center for Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, DCAMM, is an informal framework for internationally oriented scientific collaboration between staff members at a number of departments at the Technical University of Denmark and University of Aalborg.




The departments cooperating within DCAMM are:

from Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby

DTU Informatics (IMM)
DTU Mathematics (MAT)
DTU Mechanical Engineering:
MEK-FAM: Solid Mechanics
MEK-FVM: Fluid Mechanics, Coastal and maritime Engineering
MEK-K&P: Engineering Design and Product Development
MEK-MPP: Manufacturing Engineering
MEK-MTU: Materials and Surface Engineering
MEK-TES: Thermal Energy systems
DTU Wind Energy

from Aalborg University, Aalborg

Department of Civil Engineering (CIVIL, AAU)
Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering (M-TECH, AAU)

from Aarhus University, Aarhus

Department of Engineering


DCAMM is an informal construction that was founded October 27, 1969. The day to day activities are coordinated by the chairman of the Center (pt. associate professor Christian Niordson, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Solid Mechanics), while the formal governing body of DCAMM is the Scientific Council.

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News and activities

13.3.13 : 14th Internal DCAMM Symposium is taking place from 13 March - 15 March 2013 at Hotel Nyborg Strand

28.02.13 : DCAMM seminar - Fernando Lund, Professor, Universidad de Chile, Chile is giving a seminar with the title \"Ultrasound as a probe of dislocation density in aluminum. The seminar is taking place at The Technical University of Denmark, Building 404, Room 105 at 10:30

10.12.12 : DCAMM seminar - Vassili Toropov, Professor of Aerospace and Structural Engineering, School of Mechanical Engineering, School of Civil Engineering, University of Leeds, United Kingdom is giving a seminar with the title "Design optimization techniques for industrial applications: challenges and progress. The seminar is taking place at The Technical University of Denmark, Building 404, Room 105 at 14:00




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