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Aarhus University is experiencing an increase in the number of  Master of Engineering students.  And this is a positive development as a lack of engineers in Denmark is rapidly approaching

2012.10.10 | Education, Public / media, Department of Engineering, Society and politics

More engineers for the industry

More students are applying for admission to the Master's degree programmes in engineering at Aarhus University and the number has increased by more than 20 percent compared to last year.

[Translate to English:] Kan man få vindmøllen til at tale sammen med vaskemaskinen? Og kan det lade sig gøre at forudse forbrugernes energiadfærd? Forskere fra Aarhus Universitet skal bringe Europa et vigtigt skridt videre imod fremtidens intelligente elnet.

2012.10.05 | Research, Public / media, Department of Engineering, Environment, climate and energy

New research millions speed up the development of the future's intelligent electrical grid

Is it possible to get the wind turbine to communicate with the washer? And is it possible to predict the users' energy behaviour? Researchers from Aarhus University will bring Europe an important step further towards the future's intelligent electrical grid.

José Anotinio Esparza (tv) receives Confederation of Danish Industry's new talent award.

2012.09.12 | Awards, Public / media, Department of Engineering, IT, computer science and mathematics

Prestigious award for MSc Engineering student

An engineering student from Aarhus University won this year's talent competition of the Confederation of Danish Industry for students in information and communication technology.

During the next three years, researchers from Aarhus University will test a new grade of steel that can reduce material consumption in buildings.

2012.09.07 | Research, Department of Engineering, Environment, climate and energy

New material may reduce the steel consumption in buildings by half

A new grade of steel has turned out to be so strong that it is actually possible to reduce the steel consumption by up to half when building new structures. During the next three years, researchers will test the material and pave the way for more sustainable building in Europe.