Ole Eiler Barndorff-Nielsen developed a number of ground-breaking formulae and models for dynamic processes, in which randomness, turbulence and volatility play crucial roles – such as in the desert and the world of finance. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Communication

2014.05.26 | Science and Technology, Department of Physics, Department of Mathematics, Staff, Public / media, People, Awards, Research, Department of Geoscience

Same formula for desert sand and share prices

On Wednesday, Professor Emeritus Ole E. Barndorff-Nielsen is being presented with the prestigious Rigmor and Carl Holst-Knudsen Award for Scientific Research 2014 for his ground-breaking contribution to research into Mathematical Statistics and its application. His models are used in physics, geology, economics, cancer research and the exploration…

A fine layer of the well-known Aarhus University blue now concludes hundreds of hours of work designing a vehicle that could be the most efficient of its kind in the world. We will find out in the next few days when a group of engineering students called Team AU competes for the second year in a row in the Shell Eco-marathon. The aim is to drive 10,000 kilometres on the equivalent of 1 litre of fuel. (Photo: Team AU)

2014.05.20 | Public / media, Staff

Team AU ready for the Shell Eco-marathon

A team of engineering students called Team AU has arrived in Rotterdam to give full gas at this year’s Shell Eco-marathon. They aim to drive 10,000 kilometres on the equivalent of 1 litre of petrol in their Zenith 33.

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