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Dean Niels Chr. Nielsen, Science and Technology. Photo: Anders Trærup

2016.06.29 | Staff

The dean’s summer greeting 2016

Dean Niels Chr. Nielsen would like to thank all members of staff at Science and Technology for their great efforts during the year and sends his best wishes for a good summer.

2016.06.29 | Staff

New ERC initiative to attract talented researchers

The ST Research Committee has launched a special ERC pilot initiative aimed at recruiting talented young researchers from abroad.

Helping to open the heavy door to the large storage ring are King Carl XVI Gustaf, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and MAX IV Director Christoph Quitmann. Photo: Kennet Ruona

2016.06.30 | Staff

MAX IV: the ring is open

The MAX IV synchrotron in Sweden was officially opened on 21 June. Aarhus University is a member of the consortium behind DanMAX – one of the 25 planned beamlines.

Trine Kolding is teaching the course. Photo: Trine Kolding

2016.06.30 | Staff

Course offer for technical and administrative staff members at ST

ST is offering a course called ‘Your efficient working day – create more time, perspective and energy’ for all members of the technical and administrative staff who have administrative work from the ST Administrative Centre, the Dean’s Office Secretariat, departments and centres.

The new set of rules comes into effect on 1 September 2016 and applies to all students. Photo: Lars Kruse

2016.06.28 | Staff

Update on the Study Progress Reform

Students and lecturers at Science and Technology are urged to keep up to date via the new information site about the Study Progress Reform II. The reform includes a set of rules that applies to the whole of Aarhus University, as well as rules and regulations that only apply to Science and Technology.

2016.06.28 | Staff, Public / media

Considerable number of DFF grants to Science and Technology

The Danish Council for Independent Research has awarded DFF Research Project 1 and 2 grants to a total of 25 research projects at Science and Technology.

The AU ENGINEERING 2025 plan will strengthen the field of engineering at Aarhus University. (Photo: AU Communication)

2016.06.16 | Staff

AU ENGINEERING 2025 – strengthening the field of engineering at Aarhus University

The Aarhus University Board has approved the Senior Management Team’s recommendation to strengthen the field of engineering at Science and Technology until 2025. The Board’s decision means that Aarhus University supports the development of engineering with an amount of DKK 113 million altogether up to 2021 via the Senior Management Team’s…

2016.06.15 | Staff

Budget plan for ST approved

The Aarhus University Board has approved a budget plan until 2019. Implementation at Science and Technology commences after the summer holidays.

Assistant Professor Thomas Bjørnskov Poulsen, Department of Chemistry. (Photo: DFF)
Associate Professor Aslan Askarov, Department of Computer Science. (Photo: DFF)
Associate Professor Claudio Orlandi, Department of Computer Science. (Photo: DFF)
Associate Professor Martijn Heck, Department of Engineering. (Photo: DFF)
Associate Professor Jill Atsuko Miwa, Department of Physics and Astronomy. (Photo: DFF)

2016.06.15 | Staff, Public / media

Five Sapere Aude Starting Grants

The Danish Council for Independent Research (DFF) has just awarded research grants in the Sapere Aude career programme, and five Science and Technology researchers have each received a Starting Grant of about DKK 7 million.

Dean Niels Chr. Nielsen presents Anders Helge Johansen with his certificate.
The dean congratulates Bjarke Svane-Boysen.

2016.06.02 | Science and Technology, Staff

International victory to iNANO students

A good description of an idea can be worth money. Two iNANO students – Anders Helge Johansen and Bjarke Svane-Boysen – are living proof of that. They succeeded in winning an international competition in entrepreneurship. Dean Niels Chr. Nielsen has just presented the happy winners with their certificates.

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