2017.02.20 | AU Engineering, Public / media
Seventeen of the largest and most significant players in the energy sector in Denmark and other parts of Europe will now join forces in a huge project aimed at converting the entire energy system so it is ready to run purely on renewable energy.
2017.01.16 | Public / media, AU Engineering
Farming is facing a paradigm shift in which smart IT solutions will modernise the industry and make it more efficient. The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation is granting hundreds of millions to a large demonstration project to boost development.
2016.03.16 | Public / media, AU Engineering
The countdown has begun for this year’s world championship in ultra-energy-efficient vehicles. After two years of intensive development work, Aarhus University (AU) will now enter an ultra-efficient eco-car in the Shell Eco-marathon, which kicks off in London in June. The aim is to drive almost 9000 kilometres on the equivalent energy of one litre…
2016.03.05 | Public / media, AU Engineering
A new mathematics app is a hit in Denmark. It spots children’s weak points when they are doing mathematical exercises and explains where they are going wrong.
2016.03.01 | Public / media, AU Engineering
Two engineering students have worked out how to make curved buildings using facade plates with no other supporting structure. This can bring the building industry closer to shapes that have previously been impossible.
2016.02.23 | Public / media, AU Engineering
In the coming years, Aarhus University will contribute with new knowledge about how to ensure better integration of gas in Denmark’s energy supply for the benefit of the climate. Innovation Fund Denmark is investing DKK 18.6 million in the project.
2016.02.09 | Public / media, AU Engineering
Having a guilty conscience about the climate makes us choose to take the stairs instead of the energy-devouring elevator – at least to a certain extent. This is the conclusion of a research project involving almost 200 residents in a 12-storey building in Aarhus.
2016.02.04 | Public / media, AU Engineering
In the DreamWind project, researchers will develop a chemical substance that will make it possible to separate composite materials from each other. This means that the large and expensive fibreglass components from wind turbines will be recyclable in the future.
2016.01.27 | Public / media, AU Engineering
Aarhus University has entered into a collaborative agreement with one of the world’s major manufacturers of speakers. The aim is to fully develop a new technology that can make it possible to divide our homes into sound zones.
2016.01.20 | Public / media, AU Engineering
Students at Aarhus University have launched what could be Denmark’s largest production of advanced technology 3D printers. During the course of three Fridays in January, they will each build a printer so they can set up laboratories at home in their own living rooms.