Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
DTU: The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) is one of Europe's foremost technical universities. The Department of Energy Conversion and Storage (DTU Energy), involved in this project, has more than 20 years of experience in developing and up-scaling advanced functional ceramics, including expertise in sintering, deposition, printing and synthesis of functional nano-ceramics. DTU Energy Conversion's facilities include a ceramic process laboratory on a pre-pilot scale with a capacity of producing tens of thousands of ceramic fuel cells per year, and advanced, fully automated testing and characterization facilities for single cells and stacks, including equipment for testing at elevated pressures. DTU Energy is also currently the coordinator of a large Danish National project of continuous hydrothermal synthesis of functional materials for catalysis and batteries (http://www.proeco.dk/), and a large Danish project of material project on ceramic multilayer components and complex architectures (http://www.optimac.dk/Projects). DTU has developed one of the first proof-of-concepts of 3D printed SOFCs.