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Advisory Board

Science and Technology’s Advisory Board advises the Dean and the faculty’s Management Team in strategic, academic and visionary matters within the key areas of the faculty:

  • Research
  • Talent development
  • Education
  • Knowledge exchange

This concerns the quality of research, our efforts in improving talent development, the development of relevant Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes and the effectiveness of Science and Technology’s knowledge exchange activities.

Members of Science and Technology’s Advisory Board

The Advisory Board consists of external members representing both central employers of the faculty's graduates and academic institutions of research, education and knowledge exchange – primarily at an international but also at a national level. The members receive no fee for attending.

The Advisory Board is scheduled to meet once a year.

Members 2016-2019:

  • David T. Barnard, Professor, President and Vice-Chancellor,  University of Manitoba (CA)
  • Bjerne S. Clausen, CEO, Haldor Topsøe (DK)
  • Bram de Vos, Managing director, Wageningen UR (NL)
  • Gerry Gilmore, Professor, Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge (UK)
  • Jakob Thulesen Dahl, rektor, Skanderborg Gymnasium (DK)
  • James Hicks, Professor, Interim Vice-Chancellor for Research, University of California Irvine (USA)
  • Lars Aagaard, Vice President, Grundfos (DK)
  • Lars Goldschmidt, CEO, Chairman (DK)
  • Lars Fogh Iversen, Corporate Vice President, Protein Engineering Management, Novo Nordisk (DK)
  • Rikke Palmgren, rektor, Aalborg Tekniske Gymnasium (DK)
    ST's Advisory Board. Photo: Lajla Johansen
    The members of Advisory Board together with the dean and vice-deans in august 2018. From the left: Jes Madsen, Søren Rud Keiding, Rikke Palmgren, Lars Aagaard, Kurt Nielsen, David T. Barnard, Niels Chr. Nielsen, Lars Goldschmidt, Jakob Thulesan Dahl, Bram de Vos, Gerry Gilmore og Finn Borchsenius. Photo: Aarhus University
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