Study Placement 2019
For three days, AAU opened its doors for young people from all over the country to give them a taste of what it’s like to be a student at AAU.
Exoskeletons in industry may mean better staff retention
The use of exoskeletons in industry is significantly increasing, potentially reducing the number of work-related injuries and ensuring that fewer workers become physically worn out. A win for the individual, the employer and for society. The topic is on the agenda of the Working Environment Summit 2019 tomorrow where AAU professor and expert on exoskeletons John Rasmussen takes the stage
Presentation of new laboratory equipment
Graduation day at Materials and Production.
Invitation to MechMan 2019 - the 7th Student Symposium on Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering.
Mads Bejlegaard vinder MADE Award 2019
Mads Bejlegaard fra Institut for Materialer og Produktion ved Aalborg Universitet har vundet førstepræmien i Otto Mønsteds Fonds MADE Award 2019.
Gesturing at robots
New technology developed by researchers at Aalborg University makes it possible to control robots and other types of machinery through gestures and arm motions. The invention may completely change the way humans and machines interact.
Two former AAU students on Forbes' 30 Under 30 list
The two former AAU students, Vasilij Brandt and Pascar Sivam, are the cofounders of the successful designer watch company, Nordgreen. This is why they can be found on this year’s Forbes' 30 Under 30 list.
Gennembrud for grafen-baseret elektronik
Innovation Factory North
Industrial PhD Jesper Asmussen receives research prize
New Research Group at AAU Making its Mark
With four new projects in the space of a few months and explosive growth in membership, the research group ‘CraCS – Cracks in Composite Structures’ is fast becoming a world leader in developing simulation tools for industries like wind turbines and aeronautics. Heading the group are Esben Lindgaard, Associate Professor and Brian Bak, Assistant Professor
Prize to students from Autonomous Systems
Students from Autonomous Systems receive a prize from the Danish Society for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering.
Digital and eco-efficient shipping in the Baltic Sea re-gion
Ecoprodigi seminar on 20 November in Copenhagen, Denmark: “Heading towards digital and eco-efficient shipping in the Baltic Sea region”.
Best Global Universities ranks AAU in fourth place
New ranking confirms that Aalborg University is world class in engineering. Best Global Universities ranks AAU in fourth place.
Martin Lidegaard on visit to learn more about Robotics
Ole Madsen has met with Martin Lidegaard and Casper Hedegaard, who wanted to learn more about Robotics.
AAU students will learn to build Denmark's new fighter jets
Two engineering students from Autonomous Systems will be doing an internship at Lockheed Martin starting in January where they will learn to build the world's most advanced combat aircraft.
Reduction of CO2 emissions from island ferries
Niels Gorm Rytter and Line Blander Reinhard from the research group Logistics and Supply Chain Management are working on a research project where the goal is to reduce CO2 emissions from the island ferries in Denmark.