You are guaranteed a broad audience if you register for the Festival of Research with your presentation or stand – or maybe something else entirely. Photo: Ida Jensen/AU.

2019.02.21 | Staff

Increase awareness of your research – join the Festival of Research

Aarhus University will once again be opening its doors to a festival of research – and this year the theme is ‘Fascinating research’. The event takes place in and around Stakladen from 14:00 to 18:00 on Wednesday 24 April. Would you like to join? Then don’t delay and register now so you can take advantage of the opportunity to present your…

Photo: AU

2019.02.22 | Staff

Criminals are using Aarhus University to commit fraud

Aarhus University has received fraudulent invoices for payment by the university. Employees who approve invoices should be on their guard.

Lars Henrik Andersen, professor and former department head, will become acting dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Photo

2019.02.08 | Staff, Public / media

Lars Henrik Andersen has been named acting dean of ST

Lars Henrik Andersen, professor and former department head, will become acting dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology when Niels Christian Nielsen steps down on 15 February. He will be responsible for managing the faculty throughout the process leading up to its possible split-up.

Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Foto

2019.02.07 | Staff, Public / media

Rector: AU should have five faculties instead of four

The Faculty of Science and Technology at Aarhus University has grown so large that the rector is now proposing to split it into two faculties. The goal in doing so would be to make the dean’s leadership task more manageable, which in turn would improve quality and create better balance at the university as a whole. In this connection, Dean Nielsen…

Dean Niels Christian Nielsen stresses that the university is playing an important role in work on the UN SDGs. (AU Photo)
There was a full House at the "Partnerships for a Sustainable Future” conference held in the Main Hall at Aarhus University (AU photo)
Partnerships for a Sustainable Future (AU Photo)

2019.02.06 | Public / media, Staff

Focus on the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Research and education at Science and Technology point directly towards the themes in the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This enables the faculty to play a key role in developing solutions to major global challenges. How the university supports the SDGs and sustainability is therefore a very important focal point.

UN SDG logo

2019.02.05 | Staff

Apply for funding to build sustainability networks

In order to build on the ideas from the AU conference on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals on 4 February, the Committee for Research and External Cooperation has decided to fund the establishment of a number of sustainability networks involving AU researchers and external partners. All AU employees are eligible to apply for funding. The…

The Carlsberg Foundation grants DKK 200 million to new Semper Ardens projects. Graphics: Carlsbergfondet
Professor Jeffrey S. Hangst, Department of Physics and Astronomy, receives 20.1 million DKK. Photo: Aarhus University
Professor Thomas Pohl, Department of Physics and Astronomy, receives 15.2 million DKK. Photo: Aarhus University
Professor Troels Skrydstrup, Department of Chemistry and iNANO, who receives 7.5 million DKK. Photo: Aarhus University

2019.02.01 | Public / media, Staff

Three Semper Ardens grants to Science and Technology researchers

The researchers get about 43 million DKK in total to go into depth with antimatter, examine the ultimate optical control of the light, and to develop improved plastic recycling.

Jesper Buus Nielsen, professor and centre director. Photo: Mette B. Klausen

2019.01.31 | Staff, Public / media

DKK 50 million for non-targeted research into better blockchain technology

The Concordium Blockchain Research Centre at the Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University opens on 1 February 2019. The centre will be researching into blockchain technology, with focus on security, transparency and general usability. The Concordium Foundation is donating funding of DKK 50 million (EUR 6.6 million) over five years.

On Thursday, the live video from ISS showed Aarhus University's first satellite, Delphini-1, being deployed into space. This means that Aarhus University is now officially a space university. Photo: NASA and NanoRacks

2019.01.31 | Public / media, Staff

AU is now officially a space university

Thursday 31 January, at exactly 13:00, Aarhus University officially entered the line of universities in the world that have a satellite in space. Delphini-1 was deployed from the International Space Station, ISS, into its orbit. The Delphini-1 team will now try to establish contact with the satellite.

Photo: Colourbox

2019.01.31 | Staff

The salary negotiations will begin 1 February

Are you interested in participating in pay negotiations for salary increases this year? Then read more here. In the period 1 – 22 February, employees at AU can fill out a form with information needed to participate in the 2019 salary negotiations.

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