2017.10.16 | Ceremony / opening

Is this the start of Water Valley?

A well-attended opening of the latest research centre at Science and Technology saw the emergence of good ideas and visions for the future right from the introductory speeches in the Navitas Building’s lecture theatre in Aarhus.

The three engineering students building the physical version of the computer game are (from left): Carl Arnkil, Mads R. Thomsen and Chris Graversen.

2017.10.13 | AU Engineering

Aarhus engineers build mega-sized quantum problems

A bunch of engineers at Aarhus University are in full swing building a physical version of a very special computer game. They hope to get lots of people to play the game – because this is the only way to finish off the monster computer hidden away in the basement below the university.

Here are the five Aarhus University students with Kåre Jensen at far right at work on building the Delphini-1 satellite in a clean room with strict rules for dust and pollution. Photo: Lars Kruse

2017.09.28 | AU Engineering

He builds satellites – when every boy’s dream comes true

After three days in the clean room, five Aarhus University students finished building the Delphini-1 satellite, which will be sent into orbit next year as part of the university’s space programme. One of the five is Kåre Jensen, who is busy studying engineering.


Tue 24 Oct
10:15-11:00 | Room 03.070, building 3210, Navitas, Aarhus University, Inge Lehmanns Gade 10, 8000 Aarhus C
DCAMM seminar: Modelling the weather-energy-economic nexus
Dr Iain Staffell, Imperial College London, United Kingdom.
Fri 10 Nov
09:30-11:30 | Building 3210, room 04.081, Navitas, Inge Lehmanns Gade 10, 8000 Aarhus C
Qualifying exam: Optimization of biogas production by improved digester performance and precise regulation of the biogas process
PhD student Lu Feng, Department of Engineering, Aarhus University.