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Kristian Pedersen, Dean of Faculty of Natural Sciences at Aarhus University.

2020.04.03 | Staff

Video greetings from Kristian Pedersen

The new dean at Faculty of Natural Sciences sends greetings to staff and students of the faculty.

Dean Eskild Holm Nielsen sends an Easter greeting to the Tech employees.

2020.04.02 | Staff

Greeting from dean Eskild Holm Nielsen to Tech employees

Dean Dekan Eskild Holm Nielsen sends an Easter greeting to the emplloyees of the Faculty of Technical Sciences.

Daniel Dupont is one of the very few who, exceptionally, has been granted access to his laboratory to develop means to combat coronavirus. Private photo.
Marie Rosenstand Hansen makes sure that both the spiders and their feed are thriving in the Spiderlab. Private photo.
Andreas Basse O'Connor can continue his mathematics research at home without problem. One fringe benefit is that his children keep him supplied with lunch and snacks. Private photo.
Bo Holm Jacobsen from Geoscience teaches live from his attic. Private photo
Facility Management employee Allan Madsen in an empty chemistry cafeteria. Private photo.
Mads Fabian Andersen is a manager at SONG and he’s in a race against time in Australia. Private photo.
Captain Torben Vang and the research vessel Aurora are moored up in the Port of Aarhus. Private photo.
Katrine Domino from iNANO did her PhD defence online, but she’ll have to wait to celebrate at a later date. Private photo.

2020.04.02 | Faculty of Natural Sciences, Staff

Life with lockdown at Natural Sciences

Working and studying has been different in just as many ways as there are employees and students, and together, each in their own way, they are keeping the wheels of NAT running. Separately. Meet some of them here.

Allan Madsen still frequents the Chemistry Cafeteria. (private photo).
Lu Cao has sent a picture of the houses in which she and her fellow students have come together as a community. (photo Xiangyu Wang)
Lars Juhl Munkholm has just held a PhD defence via an online conference. (private photo).
Jens Raj Kjeldsen and his colleagues are making the most of things with outdoor activities and lots of sanitizer. (private photo).
Marine biologist, Captain Torben Vang would rather be gazing at rolling waves than at the Port of Aarhus from the bridge of Aurora. (private photo).
Jette Feveile Young has put her research activities on ice - literally (private photo).
Teis Boderskov still has work to do at sea. On land, it’s a completely different story. (private photo).

2020.04.02 | Faculty of Technical Sciences, Staff

Life with lockdown at Technical Sciences

Working and studying has been different in just as many ways as there are employees and students, and together, each in their own way, they are keeping the wheels of Tech running. Separately. Meet some of them here.

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Tue 28 Apr
09:30-16:45 | Campus and Sandbjerg
Three day course on Research-based public sector consultancy at AU
This course is aimed at employees and PhD-students at AU who wish to qualify for the ability to deliver research-based public sector consultancy. The course is compulsory for new employees who will be working with public sector consultancy (e.g. researchers, senior researchers, senior advisers, professors, AC's, research assistants), and an offer for current employees, as well as PhD students. When & where: 28 April 2020 9.30-16.45 at AU Campus, 11 May 2020 9.30 - 12 May 2020 16.00 at Sandbjerg.
Mon 15 Jun
09:00-17:00 | Aarhus University
POSTPONED - European First Year Experience conference 2020
The EFYE conference is for academics and support staff who are interested in improving the experience of students in their transition into higher education and to get a sense of belonging. The conference theme is “One for all, all for one” and highlights how everyone involved in first year have a part to play in integrating the new students in the best possible way.