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More and more people want to be software engineers, and the trend is not just for men. The number of women who have applied for admission to the software engineer educations at AU has almost doubled from 2019 to 2020. Photo: Jesper Bruun
The number of places offered on engineering programmes in software technology and computer engineering since 2013 has increased steadily.

2020.07.31 | AU Engineering

Surge in the number of women looking to be a software engineer

Engineering degree programmes in software and computer engineering at Aarhus University are more popular than ever before. And the number of women who have been offered a place has doubled in just one year.

The project will allow for a brand-new manufacturing model, which will enable companies to implement profitable on-demand production of even very specialised products. Here, Professor Peter Gorm Larsen. Photo: AU Foto.

2020.07.29 | AU Engineering

DIGITbrain project has started: Major innovation project will help SMEs join the digitalisation wave

The Horizon 2020-funded innovation project, DIGITbrain, has started, and the plan is for small and medium-sized manufacturing companies from all over Europe to benefit from AI-based on-demand production.

Overall, the engineering degree programmes at Aarhus University have 18% more places than last year. Photo: AU Foto / Jesper Bruun.

2020.07.28 | AU Engineering

New engineering degree programme fully booked

Mechanical engineering has become popular at Aarhus University, and the new Bachelor's programme of the same name has attracted more than there’s room for. This year, mechanical engineering is the most popular Bachelor of Engineering programme. Overall, engineering degree programmes are up 18% on last year.

The final project aims at creating a balloon of 330 x 330 metres buried under a maximum of 25 metres of soil that will be raised by up to 14 metres when the balloon is filled up. This will store 230 MWh. Photo: AU Foto.

2020.07.19 | AU Engineering

Aarhus University to build a test facility for technology that can store wind energy in ‘water balloons’

With a grant of almost DKK 5 million from the Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Programme, EUDP, under Danish Energy Agency, work is about to begin on building a 100 sqm test facility to demonstrate new technology that stores green surplus energy in giant underground water balloons.

Associate Professor Anders Feilberg is heading the part of the project under Aarhus University. He believes, that the new invention will lead to agriculture successfully reducing its climate and environmental impacts in an easy and efficient manner. Photo: Melissa Yildirim, AU Foto.

2020.07.14 | AU Engineering

New technology can significantly reduce ammonia and methane emissions from agriculture

A Danish research team has invented a natural additive for livestock manure to reduce emissions of various gases from the manure, for example the greenhouse gas methane.

"The building management team have the greatest influence on efficiency, and thereby on how much money is earned. And the way you increase efficiency is by using the methods, tools and knowledge that already exist," says Hasse Neve (right) who, together with Professor Søren Wandahl (left) and others, is behind the new research that shows how to change productivity development in the construction industry. Photo: Anders Trærup

2020.07.10 | AU Engineering

Construction: How to turn 36 seconds into USD 5.4 billion

A team of researchers from Aarhus University have, for the first time ever, linked 40 years of productivity data from the construction industry with the actual work done. The results show that productivity in the construction industry has been declining since the 1970s. The results also explain the decline and how to achieve far more efficient…

In 2020, more young people have an engineering degree programme as their first choice. Jens Villadsen has completed his first year of MScENG in Computer Engineering, which is among the most popular degree programmes this year together with BScENG in Software Technology. (Photo: Melissa Yildirim)

2020.07.09 | AU Engineering

More people want to study engineering at Aarhus University

More young people have applied for an engineering programme at Aarhus University. Particularly the five-year MScEng programmes have received more applicants.

"Generally speaking, the whole initiative is about inspiring and engaging young people in the natural sciences. Remember that we can only solve this crucial problem for mankind through scientific and technical research and development," says Assistant Professor Thomas Tørring from Aarhus University. Photo: Melissa Yildirim, AU Foto.

2020.06.26 | AU Engineering

Massive grant brings upper secondary school students into the fight against antibiotic resistance

Danish upper-secondary school students can now try their hand at scientific research and perhaps even help in a discovery that could have a major impact on millions of people all over the world. A grant from the Novo Nordisk Foundation has given Aarhus University the opportunity to let school students take part in important research to find new…

Professor Peter Gorm Larsen, Department of Engineering, Aarhus University. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Foto.

2020.06.17 | Department of Engineering

Digital Twins: looking past the hype

Blog post by Professor Peter Gorm Larsen, Department of Engineering, Aarhus University.

The project Drones4Safety has a total of nine partners from all over Europe. Associate Professor Rune Hylsberg Jacobsen (left) is participating from Aarhus University. Photo: Peer Klercke.

2020.06.16 | Department of Engineering

Drone swarms to inspect infrastructure throughout Europe

A new Danish-led research project will allow swarms of advanced, autonomous drones to keep a watchful eye on bridges and railways and report if something needs to be repaired.

"The entire world is eagerly scouting for ground-breaking new research within the enzymatic degradation of plastics. This means there’s massive motivation for this project," says Associate Professor Zheng Guo. Photo: AU Foto.

2020.06.11 | Department of Engineering

Danish researchers looking for rare enzyme that can break down plastics

Plastics really can be broken down, and a number of researchers at Aarhus University have started to hunt for the unique enzymes that can do the job. The project could be ground-breaking for the plastics issue, and it opens up for a completely new field of research.

Dean at Tech, Eskild Holm Nielsen is proposing a new organisation, with four new departments, to consolidate and strengthen the engineering area at AU around core disciplines and to raise engineering to the highest international level (Foto: Melissa Yildirim, AU)

2020.06.09 | AU Engineering

New organisation to strengthen engineering at Aarhus University

The dean of the Faculty of Technical Sciences is proposing a new organisation, with four new departments, to consolidate and strengthen the engineering area at AU around core disciplines and to raise engineering to the highest international level. The consultation process for the new organisation will commence before the summer holidays.

The researchers expect to achieve a significant step towards the deployment of photonic quantum technologies out of the research lab. Their strategy is to use mature technologies that are already now available through reliable foundry services. Photo: Colourbox

2020.05.20 | Department of Engineering

Photonics engineers and physicists ally to make encryption completely secure

In our increasingly digitised society, exchanges of private and sensitive information are almost exclusively digital. Now researchers in a new project are working on photonic integrated circuits to make our digital data secure with unbreakable encryption.

"As is often the case with physics, when you try to solve one problem, another arises in its wake. You often discover new things that turn out to be of fundamental importance, but that’s what makes engineering science so much fun," says Mikael Andersen Langthjem. Photo: Melissa Yildirim, AU Foto.

2020.05.12 | Department of Engineering

"You often discover new things that turn out to be of fundamental importance"

The world of physics is fraught with problems that we don't yet fully understand. Mikael Andersen Langthjem is trying to understand the paradoxes of physics and solve its mysteries. He is a new associate professor at the Department of Engineering at Aarhus University.

HUBCAP will organise three series of Open Calls throughout 2020-2022, with €3,2 million committed in cascade funding for SMEs.

2020.05.06 | Department of Engineering

HUBCAP will create new opportunities for SMEs in the vast domains of Cyber-Physical Systems

Is your SME providing digital technologies? Join the HUBCAP programme and we will help you with the process of finding new customers and selling your assets. Here, SMEs from all over Europe are participating in an effort to embrace digital innovation.

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