University of Southern Denmark
Research at the University of Southern Denmark serves a number of purposes: creating and sharing new knowledge, supporting teaching, and providing industry with new tools and processes.
The University of Southern Denmark consists of five faculties:
Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Health Sciences
Faculty of Humanities
Faculty of Science
Faculty of Business and Social Sciences
The University is particularly strong in areas such as communication, information technology, and biotechnology.
Outstanding research in other areas has also been acknowledged through the establishment of a number of national research centres at the University of Southern Denmark. Examples include the Hans Christian Andersen Centre and Robocluster. Odense is also well known for its research within the field of geriatrics.
University of Southern Denmark connects research, products, and collaborators and plays an active part in the development and commercialization of technologies and know-how produced at the university.
The university has more than 27,000 students. The main campus is located in Odense but there are also campuses in 5 other cities: Esbjerg, Kolding, Copenhagen, Slagelse and Sønderborg. All campuses focus on education as well as research.