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DTU Skylab

And improve your entrepreneurial skills

The innovation facilities at Skylab cover over 5,000 square metres where students, researchers and industry can realize ideas and share experiences to the benefit of society.

DTU Skylab is open to everyone who wants to get involved in the entrepreneurial community at DTU. We facilitate lab work, prototyping, coaching, courses, meetings, counseling, advice, workshops, hackathons, lectures, and many other initiatives.

If you want to be a part of the innovation ecosystem - this is an invitation to reach out and get involved. We are ready to help you.  

What we offer:


DTU Skylab has a large and vibrant community of students participating in startups, projects, initiatives or just meeting up at our facility. All students are welcome to drop by and use our DTU Skylab. You can even book our meeting rooms to meet up with your fellow students to discuss projects or assignments. You can also use our labs and workshops, though some of the facilities require permission. 

Check out the calendar for upcomming introduction events.


Would you like to teach your course in a living lab for innovation and entrepreneurship? 

As a supplement to your courses DTU Skylab offers teaching modules that can be combined with other content.

Read more about the possibilities and application process.

Collaborators, Industry Partners

DTU Skylab offers collaboration opportunities for external organizations, such as industry or public organizations as well as NGOs. 

Our offers are anchored in engaging with our 3 main target groups: Students, startups and researchers. Additionally, you can become a sponsor, or get a tour to our awarded facilities.

Please fill out this form if you are interested in a personal dialogue about our collaboration opportunities or a tour. We will get back to you as soon as possible!

Further questions?

Get in touch!

If you didn't find what you where looking for - or if you need to get in touch about something - reach out and let our dedicated people help you!

Questions about the website in general should be directed to Christian Daniel Koldbech.